Jai Arrow is an Australian professional Rugby League player currently playing lock for the Gold Coast Titans.
Jai made his NRL debut playing for the Brisbane Broncos and then signed a 3 year contract with the Titans in 2018.
In round 5 of the 2018 NRL season, Jai scored his first 2 club tries for the Titans in a 32-20 win over Manly. With a 97% tackle efficiency, Jai represented Queensland in the State of Origin in 2018.
Jai is passionate about making a difference in his community and takes his role as an ambassador for the Children’s Tumour Foundation seriously, as he believes that if we band together, we can make a difference in the lives of children and families living with Neurofibromatosis. According to Jai, “Cupid’s Undie Run is an amazing event. It brings the community together and gives us an opportunity to talk about NF, improve awareness and fundraise”. Jai was devastated to learn about Neurofibromatosis and was eager to support the CTF by being an ambassador. “When I learnt about NF, and that is causes kids to grow tumours anywhere in or on their body, I knew I had to help. Nf is an awful disorder and there is no cure. We can support our NF community by participating in Cupid’s and fundraising for much needed medical research. Tumours should never be any person’s normal, let alone a child”.