The Canberra Raiders have re-signed forward Corey Horsburgh on a three-year deal, which will see him remain in Canberra until the end of the 2022 season.
Horsburgh made his debut in round one this year and has been impressive in his 10 appearances for the club so far this season.
Horsburgh said he’s excited about re-signing with the Raiders and looking forward to continuing his NRL career with the club.
“It’s really exciting for me to be able to sign a new deal with the Raiders and I’m looking forward to staying in Canberra,” Horsburgh said. “The club gave me the chance to make my NRL debut this year and I’ve also had the chance to play more matches than I was expecting which has been a big bonus for me.
“I just need to keep improving each chance I get at NRL level and hopefully I can become a regular first grade player for the club.”
Raiders CEO Don Furner said Horsburgh had shown great commitment and improvement this season and has proven he can be a long term NRL Player.
“Corey put in a really strong pre-season and forced his way into the team this year with strong commitment to his training and a good attitude,” Furner said. “He’s proven he has the ability to make it as an NRL player and we’re excited to watch him develop over the next three seasons.”