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Daniel Tupou and Lindsay Collins Extend with the Roosters

The Sydney Roosters are thrilled to announce that One-Club players Daniel Tupou and Lindsay Collins have signed extensions with the Club.

Tupou has penned a two-year extension until the end of 2023, while Collins has extended for four years, taking him through to the end of 2026.

Tupou is the longest-serving member of the Roosters backline, having made his NRL debut with the Club in 2012. He is a three-time NRL Premiership winner to date (2013, 2018, 2019), and is currently third on the list of all-time try scorers for the Club with 110 tries in 189 appearances.

In their own way, they are both unassuming leaders with a ‘team first’ mentality, and prime examples for the younger members of our squad to look up to, so it’s great to have them re-commit to the Club.

Trent Robinson Roosters Head Coach

I could never imagine myself playing for another Club. This is home and I cherish every opportunity I get to represent the Roosters,” said Tupou.

Collins, who is continuing his recovery from an ACL injury, made his NRL debut with the Club in 2017 and has played 49 top grade games so far. Making his Queensland debut in 2020, Collins played a key role in the Maroons’ 2020 State of Origin series win.

“I love being part of the team we have here. We’re a tight group and we push each other to be better every day,” said Collins.

“The Roosters have taken really good care of me since day one, especially this year with my injury, and to know that I will continue to represent this Club that means so much to me over the next few years is something I’m really proud of,” he added.

I could never imagine myself playing for another Club. This is home and I cherish every opportunity I get to represent the Roosters.

Daniel Tupou Roosters Winger

With Tupou and Collins re-committing, Sydney Roosters Head Coach Trent Robinson spoke about the important role each plays at the Club.

“Daniel and Lindsay are important contributors to our squad, not only for what they bring on the field, but for the quality people that they are away from it,” said Robinson.

“In their own way, they are both unassuming leaders with a ‘team first’ mentality, and prime examples for the younger members of our squad to look up to, so it’s great to have them re-commit to the Club,” he added.