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    Former Ipswich State High School student Tremain Spry is currently training with the Titans NRL squad looking to secure a coveted NRL Development contract.

    Earlier this season Tremain Spry played for the Sydney Roosters in the U20 Jersey Flegg competition, across the season playing in fourteen matches.

    Tremain Spry started Round One against the Sharks at fullback and Round Two against the Mounties on the wing before missing a number of rounds with injury coming back for Round Seven on the wing against Manly. Tremain Spry stayed on the wing until Round Thirteen when he moved into the centres against Penrith and stayed there for the remainder of the 2018 season.

    Prior to his move to the centres, Tremain Spry scored a single try which came in Round Eight against the Mounties, but post his move to the centres Tremain Spry scored seven tries from eight matches.

    Tremian Spry scored doubles in Round Fourteen against the Newcastle Knight and in Rounds Twenty-Three against the Wests Tigers and also scored in Rounds Thirteen, Seventeen and Eighteen against Penrith, North Sydney and Manly respectively.

    In 2017 Tremain Spry started on the wing for the Queensland U18 side in their match against traditional rivals New South Wales. On the opposite wing that night for Queensland was fellow Titans NRL hopeful Kea Pere.

    Also in 2017 Tremain Spry was a standout for Ipswich State High School especially in the Langer Cup including scoring a memorable try against Wavell State High School. Leevai Sutton who was part of the Titans U18 side in their recent matches against PNG and New South Wales Country was Ipswich State High School’s fullback that season with Tremain Spry playing in the centres.

    2017 also saw Tremain Spry play for the Ipswich Jets in the MM Cup competition where he primarily played at fullback.

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    Australian Schoolboys went down 18-6 in the second test over night

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    Jesse Arthurs has returned to the Gold Coast as part of the Titans NRL squad after a 2018 season that saw him split time between the New South Wales Intrust Super Cup competition and U20 Jersey Flegg competition with the North Sydney Bears.

    Jesse Arthurs attended Keebra Park and played a few matches with Titans Development Squads prior to his move to the Melbourne Storm NYC side for the 2017 season.

    In the New South Wales Intrust Super Cup competition, Jesse Arthurs played in six matches scoring seven tries to finish with a strike rate of 117%.

    Jesse Arthurs made his New South Wales Intrust Super Cup in Round Thirteen against the St George Dragons. In the match Jesse Arthurs started at fullback, played the entire 80 minutes, running for 48 metres, fourteen of which were post contact (29.17%)

    Jesse Arthurs played Rounds Sixteen and Eighteen on the wing with those matches against the Wyong Roos and Newton Jets, before he moved back to fullbacks for Rounds Twenty Two, Twenty Three and Twenty Four.

    Jesse Arthurs first New South Wales Intrust Super Cup came in Round Sixteen against the Wong Roos, he also scored single tries in Rounds Eighteen against Newton and Round Twenty Three against the Canterbury Bulldogs and scored doubles in Rounds Twenty Two and Twenty Four against the Magpies and Warriors respectively. In the Round Twenty Four match against the Warriors he also kicked three goals.

    In total in his six New South Wales Intrust Super Cup matches for Norther Sydney Jesse Arthurs ran for 451 metres, 113 of which were post contact (25.06%), had seventeen tackle breaks including eight against the Warriors in Round Twenty Four, had eight line breaks, a try assist in Round Twenty Two against the Magpies, had 136 kick return metres and made seventeen tackles at a tackling efficiency of 60.71%.

    Jesse Arthurs 2018 New South Wales Intrust Super Cup per game averages included playing 80 minutes, running for 75.1 metres, 22.6 metres post contact (30.09), returning kicks 22.7 metres making 2.8 line breaks and making 2.8 tackles.

    In Round Twenty Two against the Western Suburbs Magpies, Jesse Arthurs ran for 136 metres, fifty six being kick return metres and in Round Twenty Three against Canterbury made six tackles at a tackling efficiency of 85.71%.

    In 2018 Jesse Arthurs also played three U20 Jersey Flegg matches for the North Sydney Bears being Rounds Seventeen, Nineteen and Twenty against the Sydney Roosters (opposing fellow Titans NRL training squad member Tremain Spry), St George Dragons and the Mounties. Jesse Arthurs started at fullback in all three matches and scored against the Sydney Roosters.

    In 2017 Jesse Arthurs was named as the best back for the Melbourne Storm NYC side and in 2016 was a New Zealand U18 Award finalist. 2106 also saw Jesse Arthurs attend the NZRL Taurahere on the Gold Coast and started at fullback for the Toa Squad which was a squad made up of Queensland based New Zealand eligible U18 players.

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    Great to see AJ Brimson and Phillip Sami named in the Queensland Emerging Origin squad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    Great to see AJ Brimson and Phillip Sami named in the Queensland Emerging Origin squad.
    Is it just me or does that squad kind of show they have no real idea what they are doing with the halves this year....

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    A key member of the Titans aligned Western Mustangs Hastings Deering’s Colts side in 2019 will be outside back Chris Chambers.

    He was part of the Western Mustangs MM Cup in 2018 playing in all six matches and scoring on three occasions he also kicked a conversion in Round One. Chris Chambers started on the right wing in each of his MM Cup matches this season.

    In his six matches Chris Chambers had a 50% strike rate with his tries coming in Rounds Three, Six and Seven against Ipswich, Burleigh and Souths Logan respectively.

    Post the MM Cup competition Chris Chambers came into the Western Mustangs U20 Colts side in their Round Ten match against the Mackay Cutters, scoring a double in his Colts debut. Post his debut, Chris Chambers has played an additional six Colts starting on the right wing in those matches as well.

    In addition to his Round Ten double, Chris Chambers also scored in Round Seventeen against Redcliffe and in Round Twenty Three against Wynnum Manly Chris Chambers kicked a conversion.

    In the Toowoomba Rugby League U18 competition for Toowoomba Valleys Chris Chambers played in a total of seven matches, scoring a try and kicking two goals, with the try coming against Pittsworth late in the season. Chris Chambers’ goals were kicked against Gatton and Warwick.

    In early August Chris Chambers made his Toowoomba Rugby League Reserve Grade debut against Pittsworth.

    The talented right winger made the most of playing outside of a talented halves combination for the 2017 Western Mustangs MM Cup winning side including starting on the wing when they defeated South’s Logan 40 – 30 in the 2017 MM Cup Grand Final and also starting on the wing in the U18 National final against the Parramatta Eels. Chris Chambers was an ever present on the wing for the Western Mustangs over the course of the 2017 MM Cup season.

    Chris Chambers had a stellar run in the 2017 MM Cup competition from a try scoring perspective scoring at least a try in every match except for the Grand Final victory over South’s Logan. Chris Chambers scored a double in Round Seven against the Easts Tigers, with his other tries coming in Round Two against the Mackay Cutters (Western Mustangs had a Round One bye), Round Three against Tweed Heads, Round Five against the Central Queensland Capra’s, Round Six against Victoria, Round Eight against the Central Crows and in the Western Mustangs semi-final victory over the Easts Tigers.

    After the completion of the MM Cup competition, Chris Chambers played for Toowoomba Valleys in the 2017 U18 Toowoomba Rugby League competition scoring six tries and kicking four conversions from eight games, including a double against Southern Suburbs in his first U18 match of the season and single tries against Goondiwindi, Toowoomba Brothers South Burnett and Dalby.

    Chris Chambers also started in the centres in the 2017 Toowoomba Rugby League U18 Grand Final and kicked two conversions in his side’s 38 – 34 victory over the Warwick Cowboys.

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    Nuggetty 20 year old half or five eight Brad Billsborough has made the move from the UK Championship to the Grafton Ghosts in Northern New South Wales to play for their 2019 Tooheys New Group Two First Grade side.

    Brad Billsborough started the 2018 season with Whitehaven in the English League One rugby league competition before moving to the Swinton Lions in the UK Championship and despite feelers from at least two English Super League clubs has chosen to head to the Titans doorstep to gain experience in Australia.

    For Whitehaven in the English League One competition this season, Brad Billsborough played in six matches, starting three at half and coming off the bench in the remainder and scored a try and kicked four goals to finish with 12 points prior to his move to the Championship.

    For the Swinton Lions in the English Championship, Brad Billsborough played in eight matches, starting five at half and coming off the bench in the remainder and kicked one conversion.

    Brad Billsborough has already experienced international rugby league being part of the German National Rugby League side, making his debut in 2016 as an 18 year old.

    For Germany to date, Brad Billsborough has started all three of his International matches scoring three tries and kicking twelve goals for a 36 point haul. Brad Billsborough has been selected in the German 2021 Emerging Nations World Cup squad.

    Prior to making his League One and Championship debuts in 2018, Brad Billsborough spent a number of seasons with the St Helens U19 side including being part of the their 2016 U19 unbeaten Championship winning side.

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    Looking to be the forward leader of the 2019 Western Mustangs U20 Colts with the loss of outstanding front row prospect Luke Maiden to the Burleigh Bears is Blake Cullen.

    Blake Cullen played in all of the Western Mustangs Colts matches this season starting all at lock bar Rounds Four and Sixteen against the North’s Devils when he started in the front row.

    Blake Cullen’s sole Hastings Deering’s Colts try this season came in Round Eleven against the South’s Logan Magpies.

    This season Blake Cullen has also played in two Toowoomba rugby League First Grade matches for Pittsworth, the first of which was in March against Dalby and the second in July against Toowoomba Brothers.

    The big strong burly young front rower was part of the Western Mustangs 2017 U18 Mal Meninga Cup winning team starting in their Grand Final winning side in the front row when they defeated South’s Logan 40 – 30 early in 2017. Blake Cullen also started in the front row for the Western Mustangs when they played against the Parramatta Eels in the U18 national final with Parramatta winning on the day.

    Over the course of the 2017 MM Cup season, Blake Cullen started in the front row in all eight of the Western Mustangs matches including the semi-final against the Easts Tigers and the MM Cup Grand Final against Souths Logan. In those eight matches Blake Cullen scored two tries, the first coming in Round Two against the Mackay Cutters and the second in Round Six against Victoria.

    At the Western Mustangs Awards Presentation night in November 2017, Blake Cullen was awarded the Western Mustangs MM Cup award.

    Blake Cullen also played one U20 Colts match in 2017 for the Western Mustangs when he came off the bench in Round Two against the Ipswich Jets.

    After the MM Cup competition was completed, apart from the one match that former Pittsworth State High School student played in the Colts competition, Blake Cullen plyed his trade with Pittsworth in the Toowoomba Rugby League Competition. Blake Cullen played six matches in the U18 competition and five in the Hutchies A Grade Cup competition.

    On each of the five occasions that Blake Cullen played first grade, Blake Cullen backed up after playing in the U18 match earlier in the day. It is even more impressive when you consider that Blake Cullen started in both the U18 and A Grade matches in the front row. In the 2017 season, Blake Cullen’s sole try was in the U18 competition against Wattles.

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    Giant powerful young Ballina Seagulls front rower Carl Lolohea is another youngster from the Group One region in Northern New South Wales making his mark in rugby league.

    Carl Lolohea started the 2018 season as part of the Northern Rivers U16 Andrew Johns Cup side playing in four matches, including games against the Newcastle Knights Development Squad, the Central Coast Roosters, the Greater Northern Tigers and the Western Rams which featured recent Titans signing Jack Smith.

    In 2017 Carl Lolohea represented the Group One U15 side in three matches at the New South Wales Country U15 Age Championships.

    In the Group One U16.5 competition this season Carl Lolohea played in thirteen matches for Ballina scoring five tries. Each of his tries came in individual matches and came against Lismore Marist Brothers twice, Casino RSM twice and Clarence Coast

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    Elusive outside back Kedan Chan-Tung had an outstanding 2018 season which started with his selection in the Ipswich U16 side and through to his selection in the South East Queensland White U16 side for the Queensland Age Championships where he was initially named on the interchange bench.

    The Ipswich Grammar School student also had an outstanding season in the U16 GPS School boy rugby competition which saw him being selected in the U16 Queensland Reds Rugby side after representing Queensland at the U15 level in 2017 with the Queensland side winning the Championships with a 69 – 10 win over the Sydney Rays.

    Kedan Chan-Tung played this season with Northern Suburbs in the Ipswich U17 competition (he was U16 eligible) scoring seven tries from eleven matches. In 2017 in the Ipswich U15 competition Kedan Chan-Tung scored fourteen tries from just eleven matches.

    Kedan Chan-Tung had a couple of seasons on the Gold Coast playing for the Helensvale Hornets with those seasons being in 2013 and 2014

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    The 2019 Western Mustangs U20 Hastings Deering’s squad has a distinct local flavour and one player pushing for playing time will be Gatton Hawks backrower Jackson Morgan.

    In 2018 he played fifteen Toowoomba Rugby League U18 matches scoring four tries. He scored in Rounds One and Two against South Burnett and Wattles respectively and also scored in Round Four against Warwick and in Round Nine against Pittsworth.

    Jackson Morgan also deserves recognition for making his Toowoomba Rugby League First Grade debut this season when he played against Southern Suburbs in early August and celebrated his debut by scoring.

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    One player you I anticipate will lead from the front for the 2019 Burleigh Colts side is big strong young front rower Jayden Sharp who won the Gold Coast Junior Rugby League U17 Division One player of the year in 2017 and maintained his impressive form and enhanced his reputation throughout the 2018 season across multiple levels and competitions.

    Jayden Sharp started the season in the Burleigh MM Cup side and had a solid Round One on the Sunshine Coast being part of Burleigh’s 52 – 22 MM Cup victory as well as scoring a first half try for the Bears.

    In total for Burleigh in the MM Cup competition Jayden Sharp played in all six of Burleigh’s matches starting his first three matches from the interchange bench before breaking into the starting line-up in Round Four. Jayden Sharp then started the final two Burleigh matches in the front row.

    Jayden Sharp broke into the Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts side for their Round Thirteen match against Ipswich. Jayden Sharp went on to play an additional seven Hastings Deering’s Colts matches starting the first three from the interchange bench, and coming into the starting side in the front row in Round 17 against Norths and he maintained his starting spot in the front row for the remaining rounds.

    Jayden Sharp’s sole U20 Colts try came in Round Sixteen in the local derby against the Tweed Heads Seagulls.

    Post the MM Cup competition Jayden Sharp played a number of Helensvale in the GCRL competition prior to his inevitable promotion to the Burleigh Colts side.

    In his first U19 match of the season for Helensvale after the completion of the MM Cup competition Jayden Sharp dominated Beaudesert scoring a hat trick and a fortnight later scored a double against Ormeau. In Round Sixteen with the Burleigh Colts side having a bye, Jayden Sharp was back for the U19 Helensvale side starting in the front row an scoring his six try against Runaway Bay. In total in the U19 competition Jayden Sharp played in five matches and scored the a fore mentioned six tries.

    Jayden Sharp made his Doug Lipp Cup debut for Helensvale in early May against Currumbin and scored on debut as well. The following week Jayden Sharp also played in the Doug Lipp Cup this time against Ormeau and also scored. In each of his three Doug Lipp appearances Jayden Sharp was backing up after playing in the U19 match earlier in the day.

    Jayden Sharp had an outstanding 2017 season with the Helensvale Hornets in the GCJRL U17 Division One competition culminating in him starting at lock in Helensvale’s 34 – 20 Grand Final victory over the Ormeau Shearers. Titans linked team mates of Jayden Sharp that night included centre Braden Amusden and front rower David Butler.

    Jayden Sharp played in fourteen U17 Division One contests and three more in the U17 Division Two contests for Helensvale this season. In the U17 Division Two competition, Jayden Sharp scored all of his three tries in that grade in his last match for the year there when he scored a hat trick against Beaudesert in July.

    From his fourteen U17 Division One matches, Jayden Sharp scored eleven tries to finish third on the try scoring list. Jayden Sharp scored a hat trick against Ormeau in June and scored doubles in consecutive matches late in the season including a semi-final against the Bilambil Jets. The match prior to the semi-final Jayden Sharp scored a double against Runaway Bay.

    In addition to playing for Helensvale in 2017, Jayden Sharp also represented the U18 PNG Kokomo’s in the QPIIC tournament held late last year and had an outstanding match in that competition against the Cook Islands when in addition to scoring PNG’s first try set up a second half PNG try with a deft chip kick for his winger to cross. Jayden Sharp was almost the hero for PNG against Queensland Maori but unfortunately he had a try disallowed which would have broken an 8 all deadlock.

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    Young fullback or centre Allan Lockwood who is originally from the Kempsey area, but moved to the Gold Coast to continue his career with the Titans at the start of 2016 as a part of the Titans High Performance Unit and in 2019 will be a key member of the Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts side.

    In early 2016 he captained the NSW Koori’s U16 side in their annual Murri v Koori U16 interstate clash, with the match finishing in a 16 all draw. For young Lockwood this was the second year in a row that he represented NSW Kurri in this annual match. From a trivia perspective, he is related to Greg Inglis, a cousin I believe.

    In 2018 Allan Lockwood alternated between playing for Burleigh in the U20 Hastings Deering’s Cup and the Bears Gold Coast Rugby League First Grade side.

    Allan Lockwood started the 2018 season in the Burleigh Colts side playing in twelve matches in totals and scoring three tries. Allan Lockwood scored a double in Round Fourteen against the Northern Pride and also scored in Round Twenty Three against Townsville.

    Allan Lockwood started the opening two rounds at fullback. After missing Round Four Allan Lockwood was back in the Burleigh Colts side in Round Five against Souths Logan starting on the wing and also playing on the wing in Rounds Six and Seven.

    After playing a number of matches for the Burleigh GCRL First Grade side, Allan Lockwood came back into the Burleigh Colts side in Round Thirteen against Ipswich, starting in the centres and stayed in the centres for the remainder of the season.

    Allan Lockwood made his Gold Coast Rugby League First Grade debut against Tweed Heads in April. Over the course of the 2018 GCRL First Grade competition, Allan Lockwood played eight matches for Burleigh scoring three tries which came against Ormeau, Bilambil and Runaway Bay.

    The 2017 season saw Allan Lockwood play for Burleigh in the MM Cup competition and upon competition of that competition, the talented youngster made a successful transition to the Burleigh Colts side playing a number of matches at fullback and in the centres. Allan Lockwood also played a number of matches in Gold Coast Rugby League competition for the Bilambil Jets.

    For Burleigh in the 2017 MM competition, Allan Lockwood played in five of their six matches missing only Round Three. Allan Lockwood started the first two rounds at fullback and then played in the centres in Rounds Four, Five and Six. Allan Lockwood came into the Burleigh Colts side in Round Two starting at fullback.

    For the Burleigh Bears in the U20 Colts Challenge competition in 2017, Allan Lockwood played in thirteen of Burleigh’s fifteen matches scoring three tries the first of which came in Round Five against the Sunshine Coast Falcons.

    Allan Lockwood’s other two tries came in consecutive matches in Round Nine against the Western Mustangs and Round Ten against Tweed Heads. Allan Lockwood started at fullback in his first four Colts matches and then transitioned to the centres for his remaining matches in that competition.

    For Bilambil in the Gold Coast U19 competition, Allan Lockwood played in eight matches including starting in the centres in Bilambil’s 34 – 20 Grand Final victory over Tugun. In those eight matches Allan Lockwood scored five tries which all came in two consecutive matches the first when he scored a hat trick against Currumbin and in his next U19 match Allan Lockwood scored against Mudgeeraba. Allan Lockwood made his Gold Coast Rugby League A Grade debut in August against Burleigh.

    Allan Lockwood played the 2016 season with the Burleigh Bears in the U17 Division One competition and started at fullback in their 18 – 12 Grand Final victory. Over the course of the season for Burleigh, Allan Lockwood played in ten matches, scoring seven tries including a double against Currumbin in Round One and a double against Grand Final opponents Runaway Bay mid-way through the season. Allan Lockwood also played for Gold Coast White in the CC Cup competition where he played both at five eight and in the centres scoring two tries in the process.

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    Competing for the fullback position in the Burleigh 2019 U20 Colts side will be Burleigh junior Will Ramsey.


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