Justin Holbrook: Gold Coast Titans coach thrilled by international signing

Justin Holbrook Gold Coast Titans PA

Gold Coast Titans coach Justin Holbrook says he is thrilled with the club’s signing of international full-back Jamayne Isaako from Brisbane Broncos.

The 25-year-old has scored 24 tries and kicked 213 goals in 77 appearances for the Broncos over five seasons.

Isaako, who has linked up with the Titans for the rest of 2022, will join the Dolphins on a three-year deal from next season.

Holbrook said: “Jamayne is experienced at NRL level and has played on the international stage.

“He adds great depth to our outside backs and provides us with coverage across both the fullback and wing positions.

“We’ve got strong competition across a number of positions and adding Jamayne gives us another exciting option to choose from in our backline.

“We had kept a spot on our roster open and we’re thrilled that we are now able to add Jamayne to our team.”


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Isaako, who has played for New Zealand and Samoa on the international stage, is excited to represent the Titans.

He said: “I’m looking forward to being apart of the squad and coming to the club.

“I am looking forward to getting into training and meeting the boys.

“Playing the Titans a few times it has always been a bit of a dream to come down the Coast.

“Signing today is a big accomplishment for myself and my family.”

Isaako will be hoping to play in the World Cup which takes place in England at the end of the year.

The full-back or winger made his international debut in 2018 for birth country New Zealand. In 2019, he switched allegiances to represent Samoa, his heritage nation.

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