Keith Titmuss, the young Manly Warringah Sea Eagles player, will be laid to rest today.
Titmuss sadly passed away on November 23, aged 20, after taking ill following training at Narrabeen.
With today's funeral a private service, the Titmuss family has arranged for the 11am service to be live streamed for those unable to attend.
A member of the full-time NRL squad, Keith was destined to make his NRL debut for Manly after the prop had come through the Sea Eagles junior representative teams as a teenager.
He scored the match-winning try for the Sea Eagles in the 2017 NYC Grand Final and was named the Manly Jersey Flegg Cup Players' Player in 2019.
The Sea Eagles held a club memorial service in honour of Keith last Thursday attended by his family.
They were joined by Manly players from across all grades, coaching staff, trainers, officials, administration staff, and board members, who came to pay their respects.
The club also presented the Titmuss family with a Manly jersey with the official first grade player number #623 to ensure Keith will forever be on the Manly Club’s first grade honour roll.
On behalf of the Titmuss family, the Sea Eagles thank the community for their messages of condolences and kind words.
Rest In Peace, Keith. Forever in our hearts.