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SUNS to tour city and North Queensland

The SUNS will continue to strengthen its connection throughout North Queensland as part of the 2017 Australia Post AFL Community Camp.

1:01pm  Dec 9, 2016

Another magical White Christmas Charity Event

The SUNS are proud to partner with the GCCF and Movie World to help bring to life the White Christmas Charity Event.

12:47pm  Dec 9, 2016

A letter to SUNS fans

Newly appionted captains Steven May and Tom Lynch, have penned a letter to fans of the Club.

11:26am  Dec 9, 2016

New recruits get plaudits from Lovell

Kieron Turner  January 4, 2016 2:30 PM

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GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 17: Jarrad Grant of the Suns in action during the Gold Coast Suns training session at Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast on December 17, 2015. (Photo: Michael Willson/AFL Media)

The Gold Coast SUNS were one of the more active players in the 2015 trade period, identifying the need for a wingman, a ruckman and a versatile third forward.

The recruiting team of Scott Clayton, Dom Ambrogio and Co. successfully delivered that bounty in the form of Matt Rosa (West Coast, 168 games), Dan Currie (North Melbourne, four games) and Jarrad Grant (Western Bulldogs, 81 games).

When asked about their contribution during the 2016 pre-season campaign thus far, senior assistant coach Andy Lovell was full of praise for the three new recruits.

“Matty Rosa’s obviously played a lot of AFL footy, he’s got a lot of experience, got a wealth of knowledge,” Lovell told reporters on Monday at Metricon Stadium.

“He’s been terrific. He’s obviously recovering from an Achilles tendon injury but he’s up and training now and has been a really valuable contributor for us out on the track with his voice and his direction.

“Dan Currie’s still in rehab but is offering some really strong stuff.

“Jarrad Grant’s had a really good block of training pre-Christmas, so those sort of guys obviously bring real experience and some IP into the organisation and we’re looking forward to their contribution.”