Sheffield Eagles have announced Quentin Laulu-Togagae has agreed a new two year deal at the club.
The contract extension will see the Samoan international remain at the Eagles until the end of the 2016 season.
Togagae, known to fans as ‘Q’ or ‘QLT’ joined the Eagles in 2011 from the South Logan Magpies and has been a prolific try scorer, scoring 35 tries for the club last season which broke the all time season record.
Eagles Head Coach Mark Aston said, “It’s fantastic Q has agreed to stay at the club. He’s got a great attacking flair which is the way we like to play, fast open free flowing rugby and he causes problems for many defences.
“Q has been linked with a Super League club this season so it’s testament to the work we do and setup we have here.
“The playing venue for the first team next season is still to be confirmed but this deal along with other players re-signing recently such as Misi Taulapapa and James Davey shows the high calibre of players we are retaining and that are committed to the club.
“Q is a family man and a great character to have around at the club. He does some great work coaching in the community and I’m highly delighted he’ll be staying here for the next 3 years.”
Togagae added, “I’ve really enjoyed my first few years here in Sheffield. Winning the Grand Final last year was great and I hope I can help bring some more silverware to the club.
“I did get offers elsewhere but my family has settled in well, there is a great squad and I’m really enjoying my rugby at the moment.”
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