The Gold Coast Titans have continued their recruitment for 2015 by signing former Brisbane Broncos prop David Hala.
Hala, 25, struggled with injury during a 6-year spell at the Broncos, playing just 39 games, 15 of those in 2011.
“I’m really looking forward to a new opportunity to establish myself with the Titans with some senior players leaving and I feel I can step up and prove myself,” Hala told NRL.com.
Hala’s signing, comes on the back of another former Bronco, Josh Hoffman joining the club on a three-year deal as the Titans look to rebuild after a disastrous 2014, where they finished in 14th position, winning just 9 games.
The club has also signed Northern Pride utility David Crampton who won the inaugural State Championship in 2014.
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