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    Quote Originally Posted by lonegull View Post
    just heard on the radio that the titans are facing some injury concerns Laffranchi, harrison and friend and in doubt these players could leave a huge hole in the titans i hope this is not true and only media speculation
    Gold Coast Bulletin reports...

    The spot fires keep coming, with backrowers Anthony Laffranchi (arm) and Ash Harrison (hip) and hooker Nathan Friend (thigh) in doubt for Friday's clash against the Dragons.
    We can't afford to lose these three. They were three of our best last Friday. Especially on top of Scott Prince's absence.
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    Gold Coast Titans: William Zillman, Kevin Gordon, Mat Rogers, Joseph Tomane, David Mead, Greg Bird, Preston Campbell, Luke Bailey, Nathan Friend, Brad Meyers, Anthony Laffranchi, Mark Minichiello, Ashley Harrison.

    Interchange from: Matt White, Sam Tagataese, Will Matthews, Riley Brown, Michael Henderson.
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    We might be waiting a while for Wayne to release his Dragons team...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIEHARD View Post
    We might be waiting a while for Wayne to release his Dragons team...
    bennett is a turncoat and nothing more.

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    Titans v Dragons
    Referees: Tony Archer & Jason Robinson
    Sideline Officials: Steve Chiddy & Gavin Morris
    Video Referee: Steve Clark
    Quote Originally Posted by nrl.com
    David Mead wants to play fullback. David Mead plays well at fullback. The Titans actually look more dangerous than the common household doorstop when David Mead plays at fullback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamwelg View Post
    Titans v Dragons
    Referees: Tony Archer & Jason Robinson
    Sideline Officials: Steve Chiddy & Gavin Morris
    Video Referee: Steve Clark
    man i cant stand archer....

    looks like we will waatching the screens for a while with clark in the box
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    Dragons
    1. Darius Boyd
    2. Brett Morris
    3. Beau Scott
    4. Matt Cooper
    5. Jason Nightingale
    6. Jamie Soward
    7. Ben Hornby (c)
    8. Dan Hunt
    9. Luke Priddis
    10. Michael Weyman
    11. Neville Costigan
    12. Ben Creagh
    13. Dean Young

    Interchange:
    14. Jon Green
    15. Nick Emmett
    16. Trent Merrin
    17. Michael Greenfield
    18. Ricky Thorby
    19. Michael Lett
    Quote Originally Posted by nrl.com
    David Mead wants to play fullback. David Mead plays well at fullback. The Titans actually look more dangerous than the common household doorstop when David Mead plays at fullback.

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    bench prob be same as last week? cant see Henderson missing out after last week's effort

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamwelg View Post
    Dragons
    1. Darius Boyd
    2. Brett Morris
    3. Beau Scott
    4. Matt Cooper
    5. Jason Nightingale
    6. Jamie Soward
    7. Ben Hornby (c)
    8. Dan Hunt
    9. Luke Priddis
    10. Michael Weyman
    11. Neville Costigan
    12. Ben Creagh
    13. Dean Young

    Interchange:
    14. Jon Green
    15. Nick Emmett
    16. Trent Merrin
    17. Michael Greenfield
    18. Ricky Thorby
    19. Michael Lett
    Where did you get this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragons View Post
    Where did you get this?
    I got it from here http://www.nrl.com/news/news/newsart...s/default.aspx
    Quote Originally Posted by nrl.com
    David Mead wants to play fullback. David Mead plays well at fullback. The Titans actually look more dangerous than the common household doorstop when David Mead plays at fullback.

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    We will have to wait till tomorrow night to see if Weyman will be playing

    Weyman to challenge striking charge

    AAP Tue, 13 Apr 2010 17:51:47

    St George Illawarra prop Michael Weyman will challenge his grade one striking charge at the NRL judiciary.

    Weyman was charged for raising his elbow whilst taking the ball up just after half-time during the side's 34-16 win over Brisbane on Friday.

    The NSW representative will face a one-match ban if found guilty of striking.

    Weyman's case will be heard from 7pm on Wednesday night at NRL headquarters, an hour after Manly's Brent Kite challenges his grade one careless high tackle charge.

    Kite, like Weyman, is facing a one match ban if found guilty.

    Weyman's charge comes on top of injuries to key props Matt Prior and Jarrod Saffy and New Zealand Test backrower Jeremy Smith who are all facing extended stints on the sidelines.

    Smith and Prior were both diagnosed with strained posterior cruciate ligaments and will be out for four to six weeks while Saffy suffered a high ankle sprain and will be out for a similar period.

    North Queensland hardman Luke O'Donnell's minute of madness against Wests Tigers will see him miss the Cowboys' next three NRL matches.

    O'Donnell entered an early guilty plea to a grade two dangerous contact charge for an ugly grapple tackle on Beau Ryan in the 40th minute of last Saturday's 23-16 loss at Dairy Farmers Stadium.

    The charge came during a manic period where the NSW Origin backrower gave away three penalties within 80 seconds and confronted referee Gavin Badger over the calls.

    O'Donnell will miss the Cowboys' clashes with Newcastle, Parramatta and Melbourne but is still available to play if selected by Australia for the May 7 Test against New Zealand.

    South Sydney's Ben Lowe will miss one match after taking the early guilty plea on a grade two careless high tackle charge, as will Eels winger Joel Reddy, who entered a guilty plea for a grade two striking charge from Monday night's 24-14 loss to Canberra.

    Newcastle's Junior Sau entered a guilty plea on his dangerous contact charge but will escape any ban over the incident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nrl.com
    David Mead wants to play fullback. David Mead plays well at fullback. The Titans actually look more dangerous than the common household doorstop when David Mead plays at fullback.

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    Got an email today from the Titans.

    Jetstar Gold Coast Titans team to play the St George Dragons


    The Jetstar Gold Coast Titans have announced their team to face the top of the table St George Dragons at Skilled Park this Friday night.

    Make sure you click on the link below to see the team and hear from assistant coach Steve Murphy

    http://www.titans.com.au/default.aspx?s=titans-tv

    Paul Broughton medal points for round 5 have also been awarded with a few surprises, check out Titans TV for all the latest club news,


    Cheers,
    Jason

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    Bit disappointed to see that after 10 years, Jason Sintome fails to realise that the Dragons are a merged entity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIEHARD View Post
    Gold Coast Bulletin reports...



    We can't afford to lose these three. They were three of our best last Friday. Especially on top of Scott Prince's absence.
    They had minor injuries after Fridays match & were rested from Mondays field training but they all did weight training behind closed doors ..maybe Boof has started working for the Bulletin
    #itaintweaktospeak

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    Quote Originally Posted by TITAN PETE View Post
    They had minor injuries after Fridays match & were rested from Mondays field training but they all did weight training behind closed doors ..maybe Boof has started working for the Bulletin
    Please... I would only lift their reputation haha!

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    Priddis thrilled to be back on deck

    Dragons hooker Luke Priddis will wear his heart on his sleeve in his 300th career game, but yesterday he revealed it was nearly broken the day Wayne Bennett told him to retire.

    Priddis will reach the major milestone when the Dragons clash with the Gold Coast Titans at Skilled Park on Friday night, with both teams wearing blue armbands to support autism, a condition suffered by his eight-year-old son Cooper.

    But joining the 300 club almost never happened after an offseason meeting with Bennett, who advised him to hang up the boots, had left him shattered.

    "I'd probably be lying if I said there wasn't," Priddis said when asked if he had bitter feelings about Bennett's call to retire.

    "At the end of the day he's the coach and his career is based on making those hard decisions as well.

    "Telling me to retire wouldn't have been the first time he's done that, he tapped Wendell (Sailor) on the shoulder as well."

    While Sailor called time on his illustrious career, Priddis was eager to make amends this season after languishing with NSW Cup feeder club Shellharbour last year.

    His NRL opportunity came earlier than expected, when New Zealand international and Dragons first-choice hooker Nathan Fien was injured in the opening round.

    And Priddis has seized the chance, playing the past five games to reach 300, including a starring role in St George Illawarra's triumph over Brisbane at WIN Stadium on Friday.

    As he prepares for the battle against the Gold Coast, Priddis admitted he had seriously questioned if his remarkable career revival was possible.

    "You do get those doubts in the back of your head," he said.

    "When you've got a coach like Wayne telling you he doesn't think that you're up to it, the little man on your shoulder starts thinking about it."

    Priddis rates his two premierships as career highlights, winning the first with Bennett at Brisbane in 2000, before he was released by the master coach at the end of the following season.

    His second came with Penrith in 2003.

    Turning 33 today, Priddis admitted the chance to raise money and awareness for autism made Friday's occasion extra special.

    "April is world autism awareness month and it's no secret that (Gold Coast centre) Matty Rogers' young fella has autism, so that fits in as well," he said.

    "Other (charitable causes like) breast cancer get a lot of publicity, but autism falls down the bottom a little bit.

    "So if this promotion can raise awareness a little bit, not only in NSW and Queensland, but across Australia, then we can hold our heads high."

    Priddis is at present holding his high enough that he is determined to keep the No 9 jersey even if Fien returns to full fitness later in the season, as the Dragons pursue their second straight minor premiership.

    He even hinted that this year may not be his swansong.

    "Whether this is my last year or not I haven't quite decided yet," he said.

    "I've got to 300, but I'd like to keep pushing to 320 if I can keep playing well and it would be great to finish off with the fairytale (premiership), but we've got the Gold Coast this week and we'll need to put in a good performance."

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