Boyd 'can be regular Titans half' but Sami scratched

By Joel Gould
Updated April 19 2024 - 12:20pm, first published 12:17pm
Tanah Boyd (pictured) can be a long-term success in the NRL, Gold Coast coach Des Hasler says. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)
Tanah Boyd (pictured) can be a long-term success in the NRL, Gold Coast coach Des Hasler says. (Mark Evans/AAP PHOTOS)

Gold Coast have been hit with further injury trouble, with fullback Phil Sami failing a fitness test and Tanah Boyd in line for a possible recall at halfback.

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