St George Illawarra Secure Future with Tyrell Sloan’s Two-Year Contract Extension

St George Illawarra Secure Future with Tyrell Sloan's Two-Year Contract Extension

St George Illawarra Dragons have made a significant move in their ongoing rebuild by securing fullback Tyrell Sloan with a new two-year contract. The 22-year-old rising star has impressed under the guidance of new coach Shane Flanagan, who has consistently praised Sloan’s potential and attacking prowess. St George Illawarra Secure Future with Tyrell Sloan’s Two-Year Contract Extension

A Promising Talent

Sloan, known for his electrifying speed and agility, has had a standout start to the season. His contract was due to expire at the end of this season, allowing him to negotiate with other clubs since last November. Despite the potential offers from rival teams, Sloan remained committed to staying with the Dragons, the club where he has played all 48 of his first-grade games since his debut in 2021.

The Dragons confirmed on Thursday that Sloan had signed a contract extension that will keep him with the club through to the end of the 2026 season. This decision underscores the club’s confidence in his abilities and their desire to build a competitive team around him.

Flanagan’s Vision

Coach Shane Flanagan expressed his excitement about Sloan’s development and future with the Dragons. “Tyrell’s an exciting young player who continues to learn and improve every week,” Flanagan said. “His efforts to improve all parts of his game this year have been really pleasing. We’re looking forward to seeing him continue to develop at the Dragons over the coming seasons.”

Key Player Retained

Sloan has been a crucial part of the Dragons’ lineup, especially significant after the recent re-signing of State of Origin second-rower Jaydn Su’A. With Sloan’s contract secured, the Dragons have ensured that one of their most promising talents remains with the club, contributing to their long-term strategy.

Looking Ahead

As the Dragons focus on the future, attention will also turn to other key players whose contracts are set to expire. The club’s longest-tenured active player, Jack de Belin, along with fellow middle forward Ben Murdoch-Masila, back-up half Jesse Marschke, and new recruit Tom Eisenhuth, all have contracts ending in 2024.


Tyrell Sloan’s commitment to the St George Illawarra Dragons marks a pivotal moment in the club’s rebuild. With his dynamic playing style and dedication, Sloan is set to be a cornerstone of the team’s future successes. The Dragons’ fans can look forward to seeing their young star continue to shine in the seasons ahead, bringing excitement and skill to the field as the team aims to rise in the NRL ranks.

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