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    Titans contracted Lofi Khan-Periera has been named on an extended bench for the Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts side for this weekend’s Round Ten match against the Northern Pride.

    The young Burleigh Bears winger and current Keebra Park student in 2018 signed a new three year Development contract with the Titans after the expiration of his initial two year contract.

    Lofi Khan-Periera started for the Titans U18 side in their match at Coffs Harbour against the Newcastle Knights SG Ball side in January of this year.

    Lofi Khan-Periera has also recently been selected in the 2019 U18 Queensland Emerging Origin Squad with fellow Titans Will Evans, Tristian Powell and Juwan Compain.

    Lofi Khan-Periera started the 2019 MM Cup season on the wing but moved to fullback for Round Three against the Tweed Heads Seagulls where he stayed for Round Four against the Townsville Blackhawks. In total in the 2019 MM Cup competition Lofi Khan-Periera played in four matches for Burleigh.

    In early 2019 Lofi Khan-Periera started on the wing for the Titans U18’s in their match at Coffs Harbour against the Newcastle Knights U18 SG Ball squad which ended five tries all.

    Lofi Khan-Periera started on the wing for the Titans U18 side in their late 2018 victory over the PNG U18 side at Burleigh and also started there and scored one of the Titans three tries as they defeated NSW Country U18’s the flowing week at Cudgen.

    In the match against New South Wales Country U18’s Lofi Khan-Periera started on the right wing with his try being an intercept try which covered approximately 98 metres.

    Lofi Khan-Periera started on the wing for the Burleigh Round One 2019 MM Cup side that drew 38 all after an impressive comeback by the Bears.

    Lofi Khan-Periera represented South Coast at the QSSRL U18 Championships in Toowoomba in 2018 scoring a number of long range tries from the left wing and was in my eyes an unlucky omission from the Queensland U18 QSSRL side which contained fellow Titans contracted, South Coast representative and Keebra Park student front rower David Butler.

    Lofi Khan-Periera has played a number of matches for Keebra Park this season including matches against PBC which they lost by two, points, and in wins over Wavell State High School and St Mary’s College who Keebra Park defeated 24 – 18. Keebra Park were knocked out at the Queensland Quarter Final stage by Marsden State High School in a bit of an upset.

    Lofi Khan-Periera also played one or two matches for the Keebra Park B side and was awarded one point in the Open B Best Player Award race.

    Lofi Khan-Periera started the 2018 season off in the MM Cup competition with the Burleigh Bears, playing in all six of Burleigh’s matches, starting four on the wing and two at fullback. Lofi Khan-Periera started the Bears first four matches on the wing before moving to fullback for the Round Six match against the Western Mustangs.

    In his six matches Lofi Khan-Periera scored five tries including a Round Six double against the Western Mustangs. Lofi Khan-Periera also scored tries in Rounds One, Three and Four against the Sunshine Coast, Tweed Heads and South’s Logan respectively.

    Post the MM Cup, Lofi Khan-Periera played in one match for the Burleigh U17 Division One side this season and made the most of it by scoring a hat trick against Helensvale.

    Lofi Khan-Periera had a great 2017 season culminating in starting on the wing for Keebra Park in their National GIO Cup Finals success and representing Queensland Murri U16’s in their annual clash against New South Wales Kurri with fellow Titans linked hooker Jesse Brasslin being a team mate in the match.

    In the interstate clash held in Newcastle Lofi Khan-Periera scored a double as Queensland Murri went down 16 – 14 in a tight clash. 2017 also saw Lofi Khan-Periera as part of the 2017 U16 Queensland Academy of Sport squad and he also won the Keebra Park 2017 Year 11 Sport Specialisation student of the year award.

    In 2017 Lofi Khan-Periera finished on top of the try scoring list in the U16 Division One competition in 2017, finishing with eight tries from twelve matches. Unfortunately for Lofi Khan-Periera he missed the U16 Division One Grand Final with injury as Burleigh were defeated 34 – 4.

    Lofi Khan-Periera had a great start to the U16 Division One season scoring all eight of his tries through the first five rounds including four tries in a match against Ormeau and a Round One double against Helensvale.

    A the commencement of the 2017 season Lofi Khan-Periera represented the Gold Coast Vikings in the U16 South East Queensland pre-season competition and from there made the South East Queensland White U16 side for the Queensland Age Championships.

    In those Championships, Lofi Khan-Periera had an outstanding campaign, scoring a double on Day Two against Centre and a try on Day Three against South East Queensland Green. Lofi Khan-Periera also scored in each of SEQ Whites finals, including against Northern in a semi-final and against SEQ Green in the final which White won 42 – 30.

    As a result of his play over the last couple of season Lofi Khan-Periera was identified by both the Titans and the Broncos but has signed a deal with the Titans after being in both NRL team’s development squads.

    Lofi Khan-Pereira has also represented Samoa on multiple occasions including being named Samoan U14 player of the tournament in 2015 at the QPICC championships.

    Lofi Khan-Periera was also named in the Queensland Murri Probables side after the 2016 Queensland Murri championships. Fellow Titans contracted player Jesse Braslin has made the Queensland Murri U15/16 side.

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    Titans contracted Will Evans made his first start in the GCRL U20 competition in Round Seven on the weekend at right centre and scored as his Burleigh side went down 52-28 to Currumbin. Will Evans try came in the second half, he received the ball in space outside the Currumbin left winger around twenty metres out from the Burleigh line. Will Evans used a left arm fend to get rid of the Currumbin left winger before holding off the Currumbin left centre, once again with a left arm fend to score right in the right corner.

    After the MM Cup competition with Burleigh, Will Evans started Round One of the U18 Division One competition at fullback before moving to the centres in Round Two prior to his subsequent promotion to the U20’s.

    Will Evans has been named on an extended bench for the Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts side for this weekend’s Round Ten match against the Northern Pride.

    The Gold Coast youngster and former Queensland U16 representative signed with the Titans after the expiration of his deal with the Brisbane Broncos in a coup for the Titans in terms of “bringing back the farm”.

    In early 2019 Will Evans started at right centre for the Titans U18 side against the Newcastle Knights SG Ball squad in Coffs Harbour which ended in a draw, however from my perspective (and yes I am biased) the Titans were clearly the better side for the entire match.

    Will Evans moved to fullback mid-way through the first half, with Noah Gafa taking his place at right centre and stayed there for the remainder of the match.

    Will Evans first touch of the ball against the Knights was an impressive run in the first set of six for the Titans when he made twenty odd metres from a short right side play dragging a couple of Newcastle Knights defenders with him.

    Will Evans started the 2019 season off starting in the centres for the Burleigh MM Cup sides Round One match against the Western Mustangs with the Bears prevailing 58 - 18. Will Evans continued to play at right centre but moved to fullback for Burleigh’s Round Five match against the Souths Logan Magpies. That match was the last that Will Evans played at fullback as he moved back to the centres for Round Six.

    Will Evans sole try in the 2019 MM Cup competition came in Round Two as Burleigh defeated the Ipswich Jets.

    Will Evans is part of the 2019 U18 Queensland Emerging Origin squad as well highlighting the high regard that Will Evans is held in in the Queensland Rugby League community.

    The former PBC student actually played for the Titans Junior Development Squads for a number of years including at the U13 level in 2014 when the Titans played Marsden State High School in October of that year at Pizzey Park. That afternoon Will Evans starred in the fullback position and ripped the Marsden defence apart on multiple occasions and also covered very well defensively when necessary.

    In 2018 Will Evans played for Burleigh in the GCRL U17 Division One competition and in his seven matches in the regular season scored eight tries primarily from the fullback position. Will Evans scored doubles against Ormeau and Tweed Heads and has also scored against Runaway Bay, Bilambil, Helensvale and Currumbin.

    Will Evans started at fullback in both of Burleigh’s U17 Division One Finals matches against Currumbin and Runaway Bay.

    In addition Will Evans was a key member of the 2018 PBC Opens Rugby League side playing right centre in most of their matches this season and was particularity impressive in wins against fierce rivals Keebra Park and also in a big PBC win against Marsden State High School at Waterford in the depths of winter. Against Marsden he was exceptional especially out of dummy half.

    Will Evans also started at right centre for PBC against Ipswich State High School in the GIO Cup Queensland Quarter Finals held at Wynnum Manly earlier this week, a match that PBC were victorious in to progress to the Queensland semi-finals. In the match Will Evans did not get many opportunities with the ball but was very solid defensively as PBC scored literally in the last minute of a close contest to progress to the next round.

    Will Evans was outstanding in both the Queensland GIO Cup final and also in the National GIO Cup final against Patrician Brothers Fairfield including being names Player of the National Final.

    In 2017 Will Evans started at right centre for the Queensland U16 team as well as receiving a PBC on field Rugby League Achievement Award. Will Evans also represented Queensland in 2015 when he was part of the Queensland Maroon side for the ASSRRL U15 National Championships and in those Championships was the Queensland Maroons Player of the Match on Day Three in a big win against New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges. Will Evans contributed a try to that victory for Queensland Maroon.

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    PBC won both the Langer First and Reserve Grade matches against St Mary's in Toowoomba this afternoon.

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    Titans contracted Kaleb Ngamanu started on the right wing for the TSS First XV in their 57-12 win over Brisbane State High School last weekend.

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    Video on the Titans Official Site about this match, well worth a look, great to see the Titans really getting behind the Titans of the future.

    https://www.titans.com.au/news/2019/...entative-team/


    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    The NSW Country U16 side will play the NSW Harold Matthews U16 representative side at Penrith this Friday night in an NRL curtain raiser.

    The NSW Country U16 side contains multiple Titans players including Rowan Mansfield *wing, Reef Sommerville (centre), Riley Lack (five eight), Tom Weaver (half) Jack Cullen (front row), Ryan Foran (second row), Noah Johannssen (front row interchange)and Keegan Pace (centre/wing interchange).

    What a great experience for the boys.
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    Standout Casino RSM U18 player Lachlan West’s impressive 2019 NRRRL U18 season continued unabated last weekend in Round Six when he scored a try and kicked two goals as Casino RSM went down 22-16 to Murwillumbah.

    Through the opening rounds he has now scored three tries and kicked 14 goals.

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    2019 Northern Rivers Titans U18 Laurie Daley Cup hooker Jonah Whitlam-Rose scored his first U18 NRRRL try on the weekend for Murwillumbah in their Round Six win 22-16 over Casino RSM.

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    Former Titans Junior Development Squad member Ethan Kane scored his first NRRRL First Grade try last weekend in Round Six for Murwillumbah as they went down 24-22 to Casino RSM.

    It was Ethan Kane’s fifth match in the top grade.

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    Talented young centre Liam Cusack maintained his 100% strike rate for Murwillumbah in the NRRRL First Grade competition when he scored in Round Six in a two point loss to Casino RSM.

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    Some results for Round Four of the Titans School boy Rugby League competitions played last night. Apologies I do not have all of the scores, sorry.

    Titans Challenge –

    Marymount College 26 Robina SHS 6
    Coombabah SHS (2) 36 Varsity College 12


    Titans Cup –

    Marymount College 22 Keebra Park SHS 4

    Titans Shield -

    Marymount College 14 Robina SHS 6
    St Michael’s College 52 Nerang SHS 0

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    Titans contracted Ryan Foran played his third U18 NRRRL match in Round Six last weekend for Murwillumbah as they defeated Casino RSM 22-16.

    An impressive effort for the 16 year old who tomorrow night is due to line up at left second row for the New South Wales Country U16 side in their match against a NSW U16 Harold Matthews representative side as a curtain raiser to the NRL match between Penrith and the Warriors at Penrith.

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    St Johns College Woodlawn student Simon Pratt has been selected in the New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges (CCC) Lismore Diocese U18 side for their for the NSW CCC selection trials to be held in Sydney commencing 25 May.


    Simon Pratt from the Casino RSM club played for the Northern Rivers Titans U18 Laurie Daley Cup side this season, starting Round One of the competition at lock against the Newcastle Knights Development Squad. In the match, Simon Pratt who captained the side was heavily involved throughout both in attack and defence.

    After missing Round Two Simon Pratt was back in his customary lock position for the Round Three match against the Northern Coast Bulldogs and also started there in Round Four against the Central Coast Roosters and Round Five against the Greater Northern Tigers.

    In Round Five, Simon Pratt scored the Titans first try when he ran onto a good pass from hooker Zac Hicks to crash over from close to the line.

    In 2018 Simon Pratt played in five matches for Northern Rivers in the Andrew Johns Cup competition, scoring one try.

    Simon Pratt also played two matches for the New South Wales Country U16 side in 2018 with those matches being against PNG and Lismore and a Titans U16 side in Cudgen.

    Post that competition Simon Pratt played in eleven matches for Casino RSM in the Group One U16.5 competition scoring eight tries, including scoring doubles against Ballina in two separate matches. He also scored against Lismore Marist Brothers in two matches, Kyogle and Clarence Coast.

    In 2017 Simon Pratt played eight matches, including the Grand Final for Casino RSM in the U15 Group One Junior Rugby League competition scoring just the once which came against Lismore Marist Brothers mid-season. Simon Pratt started in the second row in all eight of his matches.

    2017 also saw Simon Pratt represent Group One at the U15 level in the New South Wales Country Age Championships starting all three of his matches in the second row and from St Johns College Woodlawn was selected in the New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges U15 Northern Region squad once again in the second row. A team mate in the NSW CCC U15 side was Titans contracted outstanding young half back Thomas Weaver.

    In 2017 Simon Pratt played eight matches, including the Grand Final for Casino RSM in the U15 Group One Junior Rugby League competition scoring just the once which came against Lismore Marist Brothers mid-season. Simon Pratt started in the second row in all eight of his matches.

    2017 also saw Simon Pratt represent Group One at the U15 level in the New South Wales Country Age Championships starting all three of his matches in the second row and from St Johns College Woodlawn was selected in the New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges U15 Northern Region squad once again in the second row. .

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    Titans linked second rower Patrick Gray was involved in the Titans U15 matches against each other and a Western Mustangs U15 side at Mudgeeraba in February.

    The Mount St Patrick College Murwillumbah student has been selected in the New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges (CCC) Lismore Diocese U15 side for their for the NSW CCC selection trials to be held in Sydney commencing 25 May.

    The Murwillumbah second rower represented the Group 18 U14 side in 2018 in the New South Wales Country Age Championships and post those Championships was selected as part of the Titans 2018/19 Group 18 U15 Development Squad.

    In the U14 New South Wales Country Age Championships for Group 18 Patrick Gray played in all three of Group 18’s matches which were against Group’s 21, Four and Two.

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    Exciting young Lismore Marist Brothers fullback Kye Cooper is an outstanding addition to the Titans TEDS Program and is another outstanding junior from Northern New South Wales making his mark with the Titans.

    Kye Cooper started the 2019 Group One U14 competition off in outstanding form scoring two tries and kicking two goals for Ballina in their 34 – 6 win in Round One against the South Grafton Rebels a fortnight ago.

    The St Johns College Woodlawn student has been selected in the New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges (CCC) Lismore Diocese U15 side for their for the NSW CCC selection trials to be held in Sydney next weekend commencing 25 May, very impressive for a 14 year old.

    Kye Cooper had an outstanding 2018 season for Lismore Marist Brothers in the New South Wales Group One U13 competition, scoring in all thirteen of his matches to finish the season as the competitions, leading point’s scorer, leading goal kicker and second leading try scorer.

    All told Kye Cooper scored 240 points from just thirteen matches (18.5 points per game average). He scored 40 tries (308% strike rate, yes that figure is correct) and also kicked 40 goals.

    Kye Cooper scored five tries in a match on two occasions, being against Kyogle in May 2018 and Clarence Coast in August. He also scored four tries in four matches which came against Casino RSM, Clarence Coast, South Grafton and Kyogle.

    Kye Cooper scored hat tricks against South Grafton and Ballina and doubles against Grafton in two matches and Ballina. Grafton and Ballina were the only teams able to keep Kye Cooper to one try in a game.

    With the boot, Kye Cooper kicked nine in a July match against Kyogle and eight the following round against Clarence Coast. In those two matches Kye Cooper finished with impressive individual totals. In the match against Kyogle, along with his nine goals he scored four tries to points the match with 34 points and in addition to his eight goals scored five tries to finish the match against Clarence Coast with 36 points.

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    Great to see Titans linked Trey Peni maintain his place on the for the Burleigh Colts side for their Round Ten match against the Northern Pride on Saturday.

    Certainly deserved after his try scoring double on debut and is U18 still this year to boot.


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