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    Seems like a very appropriate local sponsor.

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    REMEMBER!!!! SLIP - SLOP - SLAP in the sun. Skin Cancer is a growing problem. It could happen to anyone!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIEHARD View Post
    Seems like a very appropriate local sponsor.
    Agree mate. Great vote in confidence.
    #TitansThruNThru #WeAreReady

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    In the 2019 GCLR U18 Division One competition one of the most versatile players was Ormeau Shearer Tuki Seiuli who over the last couple of seasons has been a bit of a jack of all trades but this season when he started he normally started at hooker.

    In his nine U18 Division One matches this season Tuki Seiuli scored thirty points made up of six tries and three goals.

    Tuki Seiuli’s first three matches of the 2019 season saw him score four tries including a double against Tugun and tries against Runaway Bay and Burleigh. Later in the season Tuki Seuili added tries against Currumbin and Mudgeeraba.

    Two of Tuki Seiuli’s three goals came on June 1 against Currumbin (he also scored in that match) with his other coming earlier in the season against Tugun, he also scored in that match.

    In 2019 Tuki Seiuli also played a number of rugby matches for the Bond University Colts Ii side including starting Round One on the bench against Brothers before starting on the left wing against University of Queensland in Round Two and also starting at outside centre in Round Four against Easts.

    In 2018 Tuki Seiuli played twelve matches for the Shearers in the GCRL U17 Division One competition scoring twenty six points which was made up of four tries and five goals. Tuki Seuili scored a finals double against Runaway Bay and added tries earlier in the season against Helensvale and Tweed Heads.

    In the match against Helensvale Tuki Seuili kicked three of his five goals with his two other goals coming in matches against Burleigh and Tweed Heads.

    Tuki Seuili was part of the Burleigh MM Cup side in 2018 and is still Colts eligible in 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayside Titan View Post
    Agree mate. Great vote in confidence.
    Yes when you are hit the mark by getting a sponsor from the community, you are doing it right.

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    Agreed this announcement is easily the most impartant of the off-season to date.

    Make no mistake the Junior Titans System is the most critical for the Titans futire in our history. As a result Jamie McCormack has "futire proofed" the Titans and the program is the envy of the NRL.

    I honestly do not think that people appreciate how good the Tians juniors are, I am hoping that one dday soon I will be an after thought as every one will know just how good the JTS is.

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    PNG 17 year old Jahream Bula came over to Australia to attend Keebra Park High School at the start of the 2018 season and since then has showcased his elite athleticism both on a rugby league field as well as on a basketball court for Keebra Park and as a result he has recently signed a multi-year contract with the Titans and will play for Tweed Heads in the 2020 MM Cup competition as well as attending Keebra park for his senior school year.

    In his two years of playing rugby league for Keebra Park Jahream Bula has played primarily for the Reserve side but in both 2018 and 2019 played two Langer Cup matches with the Keebra Park Open A side including scoring against PBC in their local derby this season.

    In his first year with Keebra Park being 2018 Jahream Bula was named the Langer Reserve Most Valuable Player and was also awarded the Most Valuable Player at the Year 11 level at the Keebra Park Sports Specialisation Awards night.

    As noted Jahream Bula also played basketball for Keebra Park in both 2018 and 2019, playing in five matches each year in the CBSQ Boys Fourth Division competition. In 2019 Jahream Bula averaged a team leading 11.6 points from his five games including scoring a career high twenty two points in the final game of the season against Mt Maria College. Jahream Bula added twelve points in matches against Brisbane Bayside State College (Game One) and Pacific Pines State High School (Game Three).

    In 2018 in the CBSQ Fourth Boys Division competition Jahream Bula averaged a team leading twelve points a game including scoring fifteen points in the final game of the 2018 season against Springfield Central State High School.

    Impressively in 2018 Jahream Bula scored in double figures in each of his five matches. In addition to his fifteen point match noted above Jahream Bula also scored in double figures in 2018 against Alexandra State High School, Pacific Pines State High School, Immanuel Lutheran College and St Andrews Catholic College.

    In 2019 Jahream Bula played for the Hurricanes in the North Coast Basketball association in the U17 – U20 competition.

    In 2018 Jahream Bula also represented North Gold Coast at the U18 Boys Division Three State Championships scoring fifty six points from seven matches at an average of eight points per game made up of twenty five two point shots and six free throws. Jahream Bula scored thirteen points (six two point shots and a free throw) in Game Three against Redlands and added twelve (six two point shots) in Game Six against the Trojans

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    Titans boys such as Thomas Weaver, Jack Cullen, Keegan Pace, Oskar Bryant and Reef Somerville are on their way to the UK to represent NSW Country U16's after flying out from Sydney yesterday.
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    Titans linked Reico Ratana was named the Year Nine PBC Future Reds Award at the recent PBC Sports Award Night.

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    Titans contracted Jed Edwards who is current training with the Titans NRL squad was recently named the PBC Reds award recipient for the player who best epitomises the PBC culture.

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    Titans linked Jack Smith was recently named the PBC Open Rugby League Most Improved Player at the PBC Sports Award Night.

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    Titans contracted Toby Sexton has been named the joint winner of the Craig Weston Medal for the PBC pen Reds Best and Fairest Player.

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    The NSW Country U16 side play their first match of their UK tour tomorrow morning against The Community Lions in Leeds.

    The side contains up to seven Titans contracted players including Ballina's Rowan Mansfield.

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    Highlights of Titan Tristian Powells 2019 season. The young man is currently training with the NRL squad.

    https://www.facebook.com/tristan.pow...1NzIyNjg1NDM5/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    Highlights of Titan Tristian Powells 2019 season. The young man is currently training with the NRL squad.

    https://www.facebook.com/tristan.pow...1NzIyNjg1NDM5/
    Some very impressive leg speed for a front/second rower. One to watch for in the future for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    Highlights of Titan Tristian Powells 2019 season. The young man is currently training with the NRL squad.

    https://www.facebook.com/tristan.pow...1NzIyNjg1NDM5/
    Gee he has a low centre of gravity and has great speed and leg drive very impressive


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