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  1. #5491
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    Former Parramatta Eels lock or front rower Jesse Cronin will play the 2020 season with the Tweed Heads Seagulls in the Queensland Cup competition after attracting the eye with his performances with the Parramatta Eels Jersey Flegg side in 2018 and 2019 and in the U18 SG Ball competition in 2017, the same year that he represented the Australian School Boys Rugby League side against New Zealand a team mate in the side that defeated New Zealand was Titans NRL player Tannah Boyd.

    The 2017 Australian School Boys representative originally signed with the Eels as a 15 year old in 2014 from the Newcastle region moving to Sydney to finish his school at Hills Sports High a school from which he was selected in 2017 to play for the Australian School Boys side that toured New Zealand.

    In 2019 Jeese Cronin captained the Parramatta Eels in the New South Wales U20 Jersey Flegg competition playing in sixteen matches scoring seven tries (43.75% strike rate). Jesse Cronin scored a double in Round Fourteen against the Warriors and also scored in Rounds Seven, Nine, Sixteen, Eighteen and Twenty against Newcastle, Penrith, Victoria, Canberra and the Warriors respectively.

    Jesse Cronin started the first five of Parramatta’s matches at lock, but after missing Round Six through injury started the next three rounds from the bench before coming back into the starting side in Round Twelve against Souths Sydney once again at lock maintaining his place at lock for the remaining matches that he played in 2019 except for Round Twenty when Jesse Cronin started in the second row against the New Zealand Warriors.

    In 2018 Jesse Cronin was also part of the Parramatta U20 Jersey Flegg side playing in nineteen matches including starting from the bench in their Week One Finals loss to Canterbury. Jesse Cronin started the first two matches of the 2018 season on the bench before making his starting debut in the front row in Round Three against Newcastle, going on to start in eleven matches, nine at lock, one in the front row being his debut and Round Fifteen against the Sydney Roosters in the second row.

    Jesse Cronin’s sole try of the 2018 Jersey Flegg season came in Round Twelve against the North Sydney Bears.

    Jesse Cronin became an International rugby league player in 2018 when he started at lock for Malta in their 30 – 24 loss against South Africa in a rugby league World Cup qualifying match when he played alongside his older brother.

    In 2017 Jesse Cronin was prominent for the Parramatta U18 SG Ball side and was in fact named as the Player of the Year for the Eels. Jesse Cronin played in ten matches, missing only one including starting at lock in both the SG Ball Grand Final win over Cronulla and Parramatta’s U18 National Grand Final 48 – 12 win over the Western Mustangs.

    Jesse Cronin started nine games at lock and one in the front row in Round Five against the Wests Tigers with his sole try coming in Round Six against the North Sydney Bears.

    Previously Jesse Cronin captained the New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges U15 side at the ASSRL National Championships whilst still in the Hunter region. It was at these Championships where ultimately he was stopped by the Eels.

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    Giant young front rower Isaac Matalavea-Booth from Auckland New Zealand headed over to the Gold Coast in early November 2019 chasing his rugby league dream and to play for the Burleigh Bears MM Cup side in 2020 and well as attend Keebra Park for his senior year of school.

    Not long after arriving in Australia Isaac Matalavea-Booth signed a one year contract with the Titans to immediately become part of the impressive Junior Titans system (JTS).

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth was outstanding in 2019 for Auckland’s Pakuranga College and at the 2019 SAS College Rugby League Awards Night was named in the front row in the 2019 Premier First XIII Team of the Year which was a deserved acknowledgement of his performances for Pakuranga College and even more meritorious considering Isaac Matalavea-Booth was just 17 years old for the majority of the season.

    From a club rugby league perspective in 2019 in New Zealand Isaac Matalavea-Booth played for the Manurewa Club in the Auckland U17/18 Open competition playing in nine matches scoring four tries and kicking a conversion to finish the 2019 season with eighteen points.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth also represented the Tao Samoa U18 side this season in their annual match against the New Zealand U18’s starting in the front row and also started in the front row for the Tao Samoa U16’s against New Zealand U16’s in 2018. In fact the first time that Isaac Matalavea-Booth represented Tao Samoa was at the U13 level in 2014 and also represented Tao Samoa at the U15 level I believe.

    In 2019 Isaac Matalavea-Booth who previously was part of the New Zealand Warriors Development Academy represented the Auckland based Counties Manukau Stingrays representative side in the New Zealand National Youth U17 Tournament starting in the front row in all five of their matches including their semi-final victory over the Akarana Falcons and the U17 National Youth Final victory 24 – 20 against the South Island Scorpions.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth scored two tries in the pool portion of the 2019 U17 National Youth Tournament with those tries coming in Match One against the Wellington Orcas and Match Three against the Northern Swords.

    In 2017 Isaac Matalavea-Booth represented Counties Manukau at the U15 National Youth Tournament starting in the front row in his two matches for the Stingrays.
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  3. #5493
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    Great to see Titan Thomas Weaver named in the NSW Future Blues squad.

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    Great article from the Official site about Toby Sexton.

    https://www.titans.com.au/news/2019/...ins-at-titans/

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    Tians linked Nic Torrens has been named in the 2020 Northern Rivers Titans U16 Andrew Johns Cup squad.

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    Great interview with Tannah Boyd from the official site

    https://www.titans.com.au/news/2019/...a-and-roberts/

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    Powerful New Zealand born front rower or second rower Rewiti Brown is a player with intriguing potential and in 2020 is still U18 eligible.

    In 2019 Rewiti Brown was part of the Wai-Coa Bay Stallions U17 representative side that took part in the New Zealand National Youth U17 Tournament, starting all four of the Stallions matches in the front row with those matches being against the Akarana Falcons, Auckland Vulcans and the Central Vipers in the pool rounds and once again against the Akarana Falcons in the Finals.

    Rewiti Brown also represented the Wai-Coa Bay Stallions in 2017 on that occasion in the New Zealand National Youth U15 Tournament, playing three matches for the Stallions.

    In 2019 Rewiti Brown was also part of theU17 Bay of Plenty side that participated in the North Island Development Tournament and was part of the Bay of Plenty side that went down 20 – 10 to Manawatu in the Tournament Final.

    At the conclusion of the Tournament Rewiti Brown was named on the interchange bench in the U17 North Island Development Tournament Merit Team.

    In 2017 Rewiti Brown also took part in the North Island Tournament playing for Bay of Plenty at the U15 level and was part of the Bay of Plenty side that defeated Taranaki in the U15 Final and was also named in the second row in the 2017 U15 Tournament Merit Team.

    In 2018 Rewiti Brown represented Tokoroa High School in the New Zealand National Secondary Schools tournament scoring against Manurewa High School when he started in the second row for his sole try from his five games including two in Pool B including a match against powerhouse school Kelston Boys High. Due to a nation-wide health crisis no National Secondary Schools tournament occurred in 2019.

    In addition to rugby league Rewiti Brown also played rugby for Tokoroa High School and in 2018 was preselected for the Waikato Chiefs U16 squad highlighting just how talented Rewiti Brown is.

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    A great story from the Official Site about four Titans rookies attending the NRL Rookie Camp this weekend.

    Heck Jayden Campbell sounds like his dad.

    https://www.titans.com.au/news/2019/...l-rookie-camp/

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    Zinzan Kahu is a recent arrival on the Gold Coast moving up from Melbourne with his family to pursue his rugby league dream on the Coast as part of the Keebra Park 2020 Open rugby league squad a squad which is already training a couple of times a week and have been for a number of weeks.

    Zinzan Kahu will be looking to immediately break into the Keebra Park Langer Cup A side and subsequently play for Keebra Park in the GIO Cup competition next season.

    In 2019 the young half played a lot of rugby league including representing Victoria in both the U15 ASSRL Pool B school boy Championships and at the U15 New South Wales Country Age Championships. Zinzan Kahu also played for the Waverley Panthers in the NRL Victoria U15 competition.

    For the U15 Victorian school boys side in the 2019 U15 ASSRL Championships, Zinzan Kahu started at half in all four of Victoria’s matches including Pool B final against the ASSRL ATSI Invitational side, unfortunately Victoria went down 20 – 14.

    In his four matches at the U15 ASSRL Championships Zinzan Kahu finished with a 50% strike rate from his four matches, scorning in Game One against the ASSRL ATSI Invitational side and Game Three against the Northern Territory. Zinzan Kahu was named Victoria’s best against the ASSRL ATSI Invitational side in Game One.

    Post the Championship Final the former Keysbourough College Melbourne student was named at half in the U15 ASSRL Pool B Merit Team.

    2019 was the second season that Zinzan Kahu represented the U15 Victorian side at the ASSRL U15 Championships after also being part of the 2018 side when he played four matches at hooker.

    Late in 2019 Zinzan Kahu started at half in all four of NRL Victoria’s matches at the New South Wales Country U15 Age Championships kicking a conversion on Day One against Illawarra.

    On Day Two Zinzan Kahu played in matches against Group Six and Group Seven and the following week was part of the NRL Victoria side that went down in the Final against Group Three.

    In 2017 Zinzan Kahu played five matches for NRL Victoria at the New South Wales Country U14 Championships even though he was still U13 eligible that year.

    In amongst his representative duties for Victoria in2019, Zinzan Kahu also played for the Waverley Panthers in the NRL Victorian U15 competition, playing a total of ten matches including starting the Grand Final at half, but the Panthers went down 12 – 9 to the wonderfully named Sunshine Cowboys.

    Over the course of the season in his ten matches Zinzan Kahu scored nine points from two tries and a field goal which he kicked in late July against the Northern Thunder. Zinzan Kahu’s tries came early in the season against the Werribee Bears and Hume City Bulldogs.

    Zinzan Kahu has been a regular Victorian rugby league representative, with his first taste coming in 2016 when he represented the Victorian U12 side at the national U12 Championships and scored in Victoria’s opening three matches against Western Australia on Day One, the ACT on Day Two and Northern Territory on Day Three a match which also saw him kick a conversion.

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    The Burleigh Bears face book page have been putting up a few photos and a videos of preseason.
    This is a link to the 2020 Mal Meninga Squad Training with a fair contingent of Titans linked boys involved.

    https://www.facebook.com/17594898249...080753?sfns=mo

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    Young centre Jeremaiah Tamepo from Auckland New Zealand is on his way over to the Gold Coast to continue his schooling at Keebra Park and will be part of their Open Rugby League program and will push for a spot in their Langer Cup and GIO Cup sides come 2020.

    In 2019 Jeremaiah Tamepo represented the Countries Manukau Stingrays at the New Zealand National Youth U15 tournament starting in the centres in all four of the Stingrays matches which were against the Auckland Vulcans (including a Finals match), the Wai-Coa Bay Stallions and the South Island Scorpions.

    In the 2019 Auckland Rugby League U15 club competition Jeremaiah Tamepo played eight matches for the Manurewa Force scoring five tries over the course of the season for a 62.5% strike rate.

    Also in 2019 Jeremaiah Tamepo played for Counties Maori in the New Zealand Maori U15 tournament and at the completion of that tournament was named in the All-Tournament team in the centres.

    The 189cm 90kg former Wesley College student was part of the New Zealand Warriors Academy squad this season.

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    The Northern Rivers Titans U16 and U18 squads are in the meddile of a training camp at Lake Ainsworth. Plenty of Titans involved.

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    Big strong Clarence Coast Magpies forward Michael Hughes has been named in the 2020 Northern Rivers Titans U16 Andrew Johns Cup squad.

    In 2019 Michael Hughes was part of the Group One U15 Grand Final winning Magpies side that defeated Ballina 14-10.

    In total in the 2019 Group One U15 competition, Michael Hughes played in thirteen matches scoring a mid-season double against Casino RSM and adding a further try later in the season against Kyogle.

    In addition Michael Hughes played one match in the Group One U16.5 competition which was against Marist Brothers Gold in late July and scored on debut.

    In 2018 in the Group One U14 competition Michael Hughes had a 100% strike rate in his thirteen matches for Clarence Coast and also kicked three goals to finish the season with 58 points.

    He scored a hat trick in mid-June against Casino RSM and also converted two of his tries in that match to have a 16 point haul. He also scored doubles against Kyogle and Grafton.

    In 2018 he also played two Group One U15 matches which were against Casino RSM and Kyogle.

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    Have the Northern Rivers Titans released the squads online?

  15. #5505
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    No mate no official announcement as yet but the 25 player squads were only finalised a week or so ago and they had their camp on the weekend but multiple Titans in both U16 and U18 squads. Classy sides both.

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    Have the Northern Rivers Titans released the squads online?


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