Gold Coast SUNS life-member Jarrod Harbrow has extended his contract, committing to the club for a further two seasons.
Harbrow who is coming off arguably his best year in the red and gold, told SUNS TV he was really enjoying his time at the club and still had a lot to offer both on and off the field moving forwards.
“I’m happy to announce that I have signed a two-year contract extension with the Gold Coast SUNS,” Harbrow said.
“I feel like I’ve got a lot more to offer both on-field and off-field to help the club get to where we want to get to.
“I’m thankful for the opportunity and looking forward to bigger and better things in the future.”
After playing all 22 games for the SUNS in 2018, Harbrow looked to highlight the environment that coach Stuart Dew had created for his form throughout the season.
“I’m really invested, as much as I’ve ever been and the confidence I’ve got from the club and their help in my development both on and off the field, helped me put pen to paper,” Harbrow said.
“The program he (Stuart Dew) has put in place and the people he has bought in so far have really made a big difference.”
GM – List and Strategy, Craig Cameron, looked to recognise the importance and contribution Harbrow had made to the football club.
“Jarrod is an inaugural player of our football club, he will be awarded life membership on Saturday night and he’s been a great leader for our younger group over a number of years,” Cameron said.
“His work off-field in the community space is highly revered throughout the AFL.
“We’re pleased that Jarrod has committed to helping drive our group forward for a further two-years.”
Harbrow who joined the club ahead of the SUNS inaugural 2011 season, as an uncontracted player from the Western Bulldogs, recently became the first player to play 150 games for the GC SUNS.