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  1. #4096
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    Fair call mate

    Quote Originally Posted by Bart View Post
    Ediq was certainly more dynamic today mate, but it was certainly interesting to see that Jed was more vocal and intense in his second stint.
    Crap service though mate looks like a bustard with his arm[/QUOTE]

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    Full results from yesterday and today’s draw.

    18 Years State Championships
    Roma 2019
    Day 1 Results
    Invitational 13 30 def Met East 6
    Peninsula 36 def South West 10
    Sunshine Coast 28 def Wide Bay 8
    Met West 56 def Darling Downs 16
    Met North 36 def Capricornia 12
    South Coast 30 def Northern 22

    Games for Day 2
    9.00 Met East v Darling Downs 12-18
    10.10 Wide Bay v South West 42-4
    11.20 Capricornia v Sunshine Coast
    12.30 Northern v Invitational 13
    1.40 South Coast v Peninsula
    2.50 Met North v Met West


    As for Jed, I think that might have been his first game back since breaking his arm. Hopefully he can keep building some confidence and form.

    Edit:will try update scores through the day
    Last edited by ja4220; 24-05-19 at 11:07 AM.

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    Titans contracted Will Evans will make his Colts debut tomorrow for Burleigh in Round 11 against Central Queensland on the left wing.

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    Young centre or second rower Ky Taaffe moved to the Gold Coast this season to play for the Burleigh Bears U16 Division One side from Chinchilla in Queensland’s west.

    Ky Taaffe was named to start Round One of the GCRL U16 Division One competition in the second row against Coomera but unfortunately ruled out late in the week due to illness but started from the bench in Round Two.

    In 2018 Ky Taaffee played for Chinchilla in the South Burnett Junior Rugby League U16 competition. Due to the fact that there was no U15 competition, Ky Taaffee played against some players a year older that himself. Ky Taaffee first played in the U16 competition as a 14 year old in 2017, all be in in only one match, but still an impressive feat none the less.

    In the 2018 South Burnett U16 regular season Ky Taaffee played in eight matches scoring six tries including a hat trick and a double against Cherbourg and also scoring against Kingaroy early in the 2018 season.

    Ky Taaffee started all three of Chinchilla’s finals matches in the centres. In Week Two of the Finals he scored a first half try as Chinchilla defeated Murgon and scored in each half of the Grand Final as Chinchilla defeated Nanango 38 – 28.

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    A number of Gold Coast Rugby League boys will be playing for the TSS First XV school boy rugby side tomorrow in trials against Brisbane State High School and Gregory Terrace.

    James Pere will start at No. 8, Syris Schmidt at fly half (No. 10). Dion Samuela at fullback and C****n Patu is a reserve front rower.

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    Former Western Australian youngster and current Keebra Park student Tamati Clarke will soon suit up in the orange and black of Southport for the remainder of the 2019 season after moving from Nerang.

    He recently made his Keebra Park Open A debut in Round Two of the Langer Cup schoolboy competition and scoring as Keebra Park defeated Ipswich State High School 30 – 10.

    In 2018 Tamati Clarke played for Nerang in nine matches scoring three tries in matches against Runaway Bay (twice) and Helensvale.

    Tamati Clark played primarily at fullback in Western Australia but spent a fair portion of his time on the Gold Coast playing in the second row starting in the second row in their 2017 U15 Division One Grand Final victory over Helensvale. Over the course of the 2017 season Tamati Clarke played in eleven matches scoring against Currumbin, where he also converted his own try and Burleigh.

    Tamati Clarke played the last two seasons in the U14 Western Australian Junior Rugby League competition for Rockingham and had a great year in 2016 amassing 102 points on the season, including 20 tries and eleven goals from sixteen matches. In the U14 competition, Tamati Clarke scored hat tricks against the Kalamunda Bulldogs on three separate occasions as well as scoring a double against them. He also scored a double against the Joondalup Giants late in the season. Tamati Clarke started at fullback in the U14 Western Australian Junior Rugby League Grand Final scoring a try in the tough 24 – 20 loss to the Fremantle Roosters.

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    Some results from Round Five of the Titans Schools competitions played on Wednesday night:

    Titans Challenge:

    St Francis College 44 Beenleigh SHS (2) 4
    Chisholm College 4 Beenleigh SHS 24
    Windaroo SHS 62 Beenleigh SHS (3) 0

    Titans Shield:

    St Francis College 48 Beenleigh SHS (2) 0
    Chisholm College 8 Beenleigh SHS 24
    Trinity College 12 Forest Lake SHS 10

    Titans Trophy:

    Trinity College 16 Loganlea SHS 0


    https://www.titans.com.au/news/2019/...ion---round-5/

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    Former Titans Development Squad member Caleb Barker made his 2019 First Grade debut for Grafton in Round Six of the Group Two competition as the Ghosts defeated Macksville 54-4.

    Caleb Barker made his Group Two first grade debut in June 2018 against Sawtell and also played another First Grade match in 2018 coming against Macksville in July.

    This season, Caleb Barker has also played three U18 matches scoring three tries, being a double against Coffs Harbour and also against Woolgoolga.

    He has also appeared in two Reserve Grade matches this season.

    Caleb Barker was part of the 2019 NSW Combined High Schools Schoolboy rugby side that went to South Africa to take part in the St Johns College Easter Rugby Festival being named NSW CHS Best Back of the tournament.

    On Day One NSW CHS defeated St Albans College 22-7 and on Day Two they defeated Noordheuwel High School 39 – 19 with their Day Three match abandoned due to lightning.

    After an injury interrupted year or two, Grafton Ghost Caleb Barker was back on the field in 2018 with a team mate being Titan Ben Liyou. In fact Caleb Barker has also pulled on a Titans jersey when he lined up for the Titans alongside Ben Liyou for a Titans U14 side in 2015 against Samoa.

    In 2018 for the Ghosts, Caleb Barker played in nine Toohey’s Group Two U18 matches scoring tries against Coffs Harbour and Belligen.

    Caleb Barker also made his Group Two First Grade debut in 2018 when he played against Sawtell in June and played his second First Grade match in early July against Macksville.

    Caleb Barker also has a junior rugby background representing New South Wales Country U16’s in 2017 and touring New Zealand with that side.

    In 2015 Caleb Barker played his Rugby League at the U14 level for the Grafton Ghosts in Group One competition, where he scored on average almost two tries per game, including a five try effort in one game against Ballina. He also scored a double in their 46-6 Grand Final victory recently. In fact the Grafton Ghosts U14 side went through the season undefeated. Whilst he played the majority of the season in the centres, he did play a couple of games in the back row.

    He has already represented NSW at the U12 level in league and was man of the match when South Grafton High won the Under-14 Daily Examiner Shield, which is a schoolboy competition for schools in the Northern NSW Region. He will be playing for our U14 Development squad in their match against Samoa at Burleigh shortly, after be involved in our Development Squad in the Grafton/Lismore area this year and also representing Group One at the U14 level in the NSW Country age championships where he played in the centres. He has represented NSW Country U14 in Rugby Union, after only taking up union around two years ago. He has even represented NSW North Coast in AFL.

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    Great to see Tyrese Walker named to start at half for the Burleigh U18 Division One side in their Round Five match this weekend against Southport. He has had a tough start to the 2019 season only being able to play in one MM Cup match this season and the Round Five is only his second appearance for Burleigh in the U18 Division One competition and his first start.

    Tyrese Walker moved to the Gold Coast early in the 2018 season and played the remainder of the 2018 season for the Burleigh Bears in the U19 Gold Coast Rugby League competition and through the regular season rounds finished as the leading try scorer in the competition with fourteen.

    Tyrese Walker made his debut on the Gold Coast in Round Five of the 2018 season against the Currumbin Eagles when he started from the interchange bench but moved into the starting line-up at five eight in Round Six against Mudgeeraba.

    Tyrese Walker played in eleven U19 regular season matches in 2018 scoring fourteen tries for a strike rate of 127% whilst splitting his time between starting at five eight and in the centres for the Bears. Tyrese walker scored in his second U19 fixture which was in Round Six against Mudgeeraba and he has not stopped scoring ever since.

    Tyrese Walker scored four tries to announce himself to the Gold Coast public in Round Seven against Beaudesert an scored a hat trick in late June against Beaudesert once again. Tyrese Walker scored a double in Round Fourteen against Helensvale and in that match also kicked four goals.

    Tyrese Walker’s other tries have come against Helensvale, Southport and Ormeau and from late May to mid-July this year scored in every match that he was involved in including the seven tries in the two matches against Beaudesert.

    In Week One of the GCRL U19 Finals series, Tyrese Walker started at five eight for Burleigh as they went down 32 – 26 to Mudgeeraba kicking a conversion in the hard fought loss.

    As a 17 year old Tyrese Walker played the 2018 SG Ball season with the North Sydney Bears after playing for the Bears in the 2017 U16 Harold Matthews Cup competition.

    For the Bears in the SG Ball competition, earlier this season, Tyrese Walker played in six matches scoring two tries which both came in Round Seven in a 26 – 12 loss to the Cronulla Sharks. Tyrese Walker came into the North Sydney Bears side in Round Two off the interchange bench against the Western Pirates. Tyrese Walker played five matches from the inter change bench but did start at half back in Round Five against Souths Sydney.

    In the 2017 U16 Harrold Matthews Cup competition Tyrese Walker played in eight matches for Norths Sydney starting seven from the interchange bench. Tyrese Walker’s start was in Round Four against the Illawarra Steelers when he started at half back.

    Tyrese Walker scored two tries in the 2017 U16 Harrold Matthews Cup competition with both tries coming in Round Five against the Canberra Raiders.

    In 2017 in addition to playing in the Harold Matthews Cup competition for North Sydney, Tyrese Walker played club rugby league for the Asquith Magpies in the 2017 Sydney Northern U16 Silver competition. In that competition, Tyrese Walker scored an impressive fourteen tries from just sixteen matches. Tyrese Walker started the Grand Final at half back however Asquith lost 28 – 26 to the Mona Vale Raiders.

    Tyrese Walker scored a hat trick against the Avalon Bulldogs in the Preliminary Final and earlier in the year scored a double against Five Docks RSL. The remainder of his tries came singularly in different games.

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    For their Gold Coast Rugby league First Grade top of the table clash against Currumbin this weekend, Burleigh will have multiple Titans linked players in their side.

    Taine Tuaupiki will play fullback, Kea Pere on the right wing, Jaxson Paulo at left centre and Tyler Szepanowski on the bench.

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    Big strong young Titans linked front rower Larry Siala started in the front row for his U14 Norths Blue side in Round Four last weekend as his side defeated Redbank 58-0. It was the first match this season that he has not scored after scoring in the opening three rounds.

    In the 2019 U14 pre-season Larry Siala played in three matches scoring five tries, including a hat trick against Goodna Black in Round Three and a Round Two hat trick against Brothers Ipswich White. His five tries were enough to finish the pre-season as the competitions equal second leading try scorer.

    Larry Siala started Round One of the Ipswich Rugby League U14 competition in the front row, scoring for Ipswich Norths in their 14 – 10 loss to Goodna Black. Larry Siala backed that up by also scoring in Round Two against Springfield as Norths won 44 – 0.

    Larry Siala made it three tries from as many matches when he scored again in Round Three as Norths defeated Brothers Ipswich 24 – 8.

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    As previously noted Thomas Weaver, Reef Sommerville, Ryan Foran and Oskar Bryant were selected yesterday in the New South Wales U16 side but instead of playing Queensland U16’s in a State of Origin curtain raiser will play a U16 Pasifika team at Belmore Sports Ground on Sunday 9 June.

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    South Coast defeated Peninsula 40-6 on Day Two of the QSSRL U18 Championships.

    Titans contracted Solomon Torrens was outstanding deservedly scoring a second half try.

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    Titans contracted Ricardo Evanis will play his first match in the GCRL U18 Division One competition over the weekend when he starts in the front row for the Burleigh U18 Division One side.

    The Titans linked youngster was part of the Burleigh 2019 MM Cup squad heading down the highway from Brisbane after playing the 2018 season with the Easts Tigers in the GBJRL U16 Premier Division competition scoring five tries from fifteen matches (33.33% strike rate) along the way.

    Early in 2019 Ricardo Evinas started from the bench for the Titans U18 side against the Newcastle Knights SG Ball squad in Coffs Harbour, making his presence felt when he came on, certainly running with the ball.

    Ricardo Evinas was also one of the Titans U16 try scorers as they defeated PNG 60 – 10 in a September 2018 match at Burleigh’s Pizzey Park and was also part of the Titans side that played a New South Wales Country U16 side a week later where he was up against Titans signing Jack Smith who played in the backrow for New South Wales Country U16’s that afternoon.

    Ricardo Evanis started in the front row for the 2019 Burleigh MM Cup side in their Round One match against the Norths Devils at Bishop Park Nundah and after a great Burleigh comeback the match ended in a 38 all draw and also started in the front row in Round two against the Ipswich Jets.

    In total in the 2019 MM Cup competition for Burleigh Ricardo Evanis played in all six of their matches starting all in the front row and earned praise from Titans TEDS Program Director Jamie McCormack for his outstanding performance in Round Three against the Tweed Heads Seagulls when he more than held his own against a powerful opposing forward pack full of fellow Titans contracted players.

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    Interesting to see that Titans contracted Caleb Gould-Waiariki has been named tonight at five eight for Runaway Bay in their Round Five match against Currumbin. HE has started the opening four rounds at hooker.

    Titans contracted Caleb Gould-Waiariki has already played a number of matches in Titans colours including starting from the bench for the Titans U16 side in their match against the Newcastle Knights in January of this year.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki came off the bench to play in the dummy half role mid-way through the first half spelling Kaden Somerville and made an immediate impact with his speed out of dummy half.

    In the second half Caleb Gould-Waiariki made an outstanding run out of dummy half after a quick play the ball from left winger Dayton To’a.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki had an outstanding start to the 2019 South East Queensland U16 Challenge when he scored a hat trick and kicked a conversion on Match Day One as his Gold Coast Vikings Yellow side defeated Brisbane Red 32 – 10 at Mudgeeraba.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki also scored on Match Day Three against Brisbane Red and added a fifth try in Round Four as his Gold Coast Vikings Yellow side defeated Brisbane Green 44 – 4.

    The local young hooker also started from the bench for the Titans U15 side as they defeated a U15 Balmain Tigers touring side 16 – 10 in late 2018.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki came onto the field mid-way through the first half moving into the dummy half role and in his first run made 20 metres or so from dummy half splitting the Tigers defence right down the middle through the centre of the ruck.

    Later in the first half Caleb Gould-Waiariki played his part in the Titans second try with a great long pass out of dummy half to his right to Titans five eight Riley Lack who threw an equally good long pass to winger Timothy Seilaff-Burns to score.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki is also part of the 2019 Queensland U16 Emerging Origin squad, with the squad completing their first camp of the year recently on the Sunshine Coast. On the last day of the camp the squad was split into two sides for an opposed session. Flynn Daniel started in the centres for one of the squads that contained fellow Titans Brody Smitka and Flynn Daniel.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki finished the 2018 GCRL U15 Division One season with Runaway Bay as the competitions equal leading try scorer with fifteen, a feat he accomplished from just twelve matches. Caleb Gould-Waiariki also kicked two conversions in the competition, both coming in a late season match against Coomera to finish with sixty four points.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki had a huge match in early August when he scored five tries in a match against Currumbin, scored a hat trick against Burleigh and also scored a double against Helensvale. Caleb Gould-Waiariki’s other tries came in matches against Mudgeeraba, Ormeau and then in a three match span scored against Burleigh, Coomera and Ormeau in consecutive weeks.

    In Week One of the U15 Division One Finals series, Caleb Gould-Waiariki started at hooker as Runaway Bay went down 28 – 12 to Ormeau. With Caleb Gould-Waiariki once again at hooker, Runaway Bay bounced back in Week Two of the finals defeating Burleigh 34 – 24 with Caleb Gould-Waiariki scoring in the win.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki also started at hooker in the U15 Division One Preliminary Final scoring a try and kicking two goals as Runaway Bay qualified for the Grand Final courtesy of a 58 – 14 victory over Coomera,

    In the Grand Final Caleb Gould-Waiariki started at hooker but could not prevent Runaway Bay going down 38 – 20 to the Ormeau Shearers. Caleb Gould-Waiariki did however cross for one of Runaway Bay’s four tries in the Grand Final.

    In addition to his club duties with Runaway Bay in the 2018 GCRL U15 Division One competition, Caleb Gould-Waiariki played four matches of club rugby on the Gold Coast in 2018 with the Griffith University Colleges U15 side.

    Caleb Gould-Waiariki’s first game was in Round Nine against the Gold Coast Eagles when he started from the bench and he also started from the bench in Round Eleven against Wollongbar/Alstonville.

    Round Thirteen saw Caleb Gould-Waiariki start at fly half (No.10) against the PBC Alleygators and he also started at fly half in Round Sixteen against Casino.


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