Konrad Hurrell is headed to the Gold Coast after the Titans confirmed the big centre’s signing on Thursday.
The damaging Tongan centre will have to wait until next year to face his former NRL club, with the Warriors ensuring a clause was entered into his release on Wednesday that he will not be selected to play in the round-17 match between the two clubs.
Hurrell was released from the Warriors after spending the majority of the season in reserve grade, with the Titans eager to snap him up to fill the gaps created in their backline by the long-term injuries sustained by David Mead and John Olive.
“At 24 he has his best football ahead of him and I look forward to him developing further on the Gold Coast,” Titans coach Neil Henry said.
“It’s great news for this club; in Konrad’s 71 NRL games he has scored 41 tries which alone shows what a dynamic attacking player he is.”
Hurrell is the third player to be added to the Titans in a mid-year spending spree, with former Parramatta hooker Nathan Peats and Olive also joining the club since the season began.
The Titans have also announced the signing English representative centre and fullback Dan Sarginson for 2017 and 2018.
Sarginson, who has played two Tests for England, has scored 37 tries in 109 English Super League games.