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Hudson Young Re-Signs with the Raiders

The Canberra Raiders have received a boost on the eve of their week one finals match, with Hudson Young signing on for a further three seasons until the end of 2027. 

Young is already contracted to the club for 2024, with this three-year extension keeping him in Canberra for the next four seasons.

Young said remaining in Canberra is the right decision and that the future for the club looked bright.

“This club means everything to me and my family and it’s been home for me since 2017 and I’m really excited to extend my stay,” Young said. “My partner and I are really settled here and I’m happy off the field and on the field, and I’m really excited about the squad we’re building.

Young said the opportunity over the next few seasons to see the squad develop was something that he was keen to be a part of.

“I feel like we’ve got really good juniors coming through. Our SG Ball team went really well and our NSW Cup team has had a great season as well and I want to be a part of their development. I feel like we’re building something really special and that’s something I want to be a part of.”

“I’ve worked really close with Ricky and the coaches and the biggest goal is to win a premiership here at the Raiders.”

Raiders CEO Don Furner said the re-signing of Young was a huge positive for the club and looked forward to him continuing his career in green.

“Hudson is a very talented player who we believe still has his best football in front of him,” Furner said. “He represented NSW at Origin level this season and he is developing into a great leader both on and off the field.”

“We’re really excited to have him re-sign with the club and be part of our club for the next four seasons.”

Acknowledgement of Country

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