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4:50pm  Jan 15, 2018

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3:00pm  Jan 11, 2018

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Support a Stone’s throw away from Dew

Taking on a senior coaching position can be tough at the best of times, but for Stuart Dew, being the youngest coach in the AFL has its own challenges.

5:05pm  Jan 18, 2018

Healed hand hassle-free for Hanley

If his left hand was still causing him any discomfort, Pearce Hanley certainly didn’t let it show at training on Monday morning.

5:42pm  Jan 15, 2018

Beach Open Training Session

The Gold Coast SUNS will be hosting their first open training session of 2018 at the Pirate Park, Palm Beach Parklands.

5:00pm  Jan 15, 2018

Joyce and Schoenfeld extend contracts

goldcoastfc.com.au  December 23, 2017 4:09 PM

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The Gold Coast SUNS have extended the playing contracts of Jesse Joyce and Josh Schoenfeld.

Joyce, a Palm Beach-Currumbin junior, was a member of the Gold Coast SUNS Talent Academy and has played 28 games in two seasons after being selected as a rookie at the end of the 2015 season.

“I’m rapt to be extending my playing contract with the SUNS,” Joyce said.

“As a Gold Coaster to be in the position to play for your home town club is very special, and I’m looking forward to what we can achieve over the next few years.”

Joyce said the arrival of new senior coach Stuart Dew has already had a positive impact on the group.

“As they say a new coach brings new beginnings, and so far Stuey has been fantastic. The feeling around the club has really lifted and I know we are all looking forward to playing under him.”

Schoenfeld has played eight matches for the GC SUNS since being recruited with selection 34 in the 2015 NAB AFL Draft.

One of the fittest players in the competition, Schoenfeld has displayed good composure and neat skills in his first two seasons with the club and says he has added size to his frame in the lead up to the 2018 season.

“Like all the boys 2018 can’t come quick enough. I know I had some work to do building my body for the rigours of the game, I’ve worked hard with our High Performance team and development coaches to achieve this and I can’t wait for the season ahead,” Schoenfeld said.

“I’m incredibly grateful to the club for extending my contract and that now allows me to focus on my football over the next year or so.”

Joyce and Schoenfeld contract extensions come as the playing group commence their Christmas break. Players will return to training on January 9.