Wests Tigers is delighted to announce the signing of exciting young halfback Jayden Sullivan to a long-term deal.
The 21-year-old Illawarra junior will join Wests Tigers at the end of this season on a four-year deal.
Sullivan made his NRL debut for the Dragons in 2020 after leading Illawarra Steelers SG Ball team to premiership success the previous year.
He’s made 12 NRL appearances in 2023 including his team’s Magic Round loss to Wests Tigers in Brisbane where he scored two tries off the bench.
Wests Tigers assistant coach Benji Marshall, who will take over as head coach next season, is excited to have Sullivan on board.
“He’s a very talented young player with a bright future,” said Marshall.
“On top of that he is a really good person with great character and an infectious energy.
“We expect him to play a key role for us over the next few years.”
Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe says Sullivan is a welcome addition to the club.
“We are delighted that Jayden has decided to join us on a long-term deal,” said Pascoe.
Jayden will be an important part of this club as we continue to strive for success, on and off the field.Justin Pascoe
"I know he’s excited about our plans for next year and beyond, and I welcome Jayden and his family to Wests Tigers.”