Aidan Guerra will remain at the Roosters for a further three seasons.
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Aidan Guerra has agreed to a contract extension that will keep him at the Sydney Roosters until the end of the 2017 season.
26 year-old Guerra expressed his delight at extending his tenure with the foundation club.
“Playing for a club like the Roosters is an honour I don’t take lightly. This is a great club and I’m really happy that I’ll continue to represent the Roosters and be a part of this team over the next three years,” said Guerra.
2014 was a breakthrough year for the backrower who made his State of Origin debut for Queensland and later made his first appearance for Australia during the Four Nations.
Roosters recruitment manager Peter O’Sullivan said Guerra had matured into a representative player.
“Aidan’s coming of age during this year’s Origin series was a just reward for his dedication and hard work,” O’Sullivan said.
“He certainly brought that experience back to his club football and we were proud to see him complete the year by making his Australian debut in the Four Nations.
“Committed, strong and talented, Aidan plays an important role within the team and it’s great to have secured his services until the end of 2017.”
Guerra has played 87 NRL games since making his debut against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in round one, 2010.