Reds have continued to shore up their squad for the future after securing the signature of Angus Blyth for a further four years.
The long-term deal will see the lock remain at Ballymore and in Australian Rugby through 2023 following the next Rugby World Cup in France.
Blyth’s contract extension comes after Taniela Tupou, Tate McDermott and Fraser McReight also signed long-term deals through 2023 at Ballymore.
It also follows the announcement of backrow duo Liam Wright and Angus Scott-Young who inked two-year contract extensions with Queensland earlier this week.
Meanwhile, the Reds proud history of siblings at Ballymore will continue with confirmation Angus’ younger brother Wilson has been signed through 2022 on a developing squad contract with Queensland.
Wilson is in his final year at The Southport School and is also a current member of the St.George Queensland Reds Academy. He recently featured in the Queensland Reds Academy U18s opening match against Melbourne.