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    In early July 2020 Titans contracted Kaleb Ngamanu was part of the TSS school boy Senior Squad that undertook a three day rugby camp prior to the commencement of the 2020 GPS School Boy Rugby First XV competition and played the 2020 GPS school boy First XV season as a full colours TSS rugby representative and vie captain of the TSS First XV side.

    Kaleb Ngamanu started at No. 12 (inside centre) as well as being named vice captain for the TSS First XV in their internal trial in mid-July 2020 and also started at inside centre against Nudgee College being the first trial TSS had against another GPS school. Kaleb Ngamanu was also the TSS vice captain for that trial as well.

    Against Nudgee Kaleb Ngamanu had some very good moments including putting in the kick that resulted in the try that put TSS in front for good with two minutes to go. Kaleb Ngamanu received the ball to the right of the break down on around the half way mark and put in a right foot kick along the ground into space behind the Nudgee line, after the ball was retrieved by TSS, Jojo Fifita dived over out wide to seal a TSS 24 – 21 victory.

    Kaleb Ngamanu also started at No. 12 and was also vice captain in the TSS First XV’s final trial against Anglican Church Grammar School on the Gold Coast. Kelab Ngamanu made numerous linke breaks in the match, including one in the first half off a TSS line out win when he split the Churchie defence running forty metres but he could not quite set up his support runer, being Jojo Fifita.

    Also in the first half, Kaleb Ngamanu produced an outstanding series of playes which ended in a TSS try. With Churchie on the attack, Kaleb Ngamanu ripped the ball away from a Churchie attacker, retrieved it and went on a fifrty metre run down the left touch line. When he was eventually tackled, Kaleb Ngamanu recycled the ball quickly for Jye Gray to grubber through the disorganised Churchie line to score under the posts.

    Round One of the GPS school boy rugby First XV competition proper saw Kaleb Nagmanu start at No. 12 and run on as TSS vice captain against Brisbane State High School. Round Two against Toowoomba Grammar School saw Kaleb Ngamanu move to outside centre (No. 13), scoring his first try of the season when he backed up on the inside after a one on one steal by Syris Schmidt to run forty metres to score. Kaleb Ngamanu laos made a thirty metre break early in the match which generated momentum for TSS eventually leading to Syris Schmidt slicing through the Toowoomba Grammar School defence to score.

    Kaleb Ngamanu started at outside centre and vice captain once again in Round Three against Brisbane Grammar School recording a critical try assist late in the match when he burst through two defenders down a short blind side charing thirty metres before offloading to his right to his winger to score a key try in a 20 – 15 TSS victory.

    In the pivotal 2020 GPS school boy rugby First XV Round Four match against Brisbane Boys College Kaleb Ngamanu moved back to inside centre. In Round Four against Gregory Terrace Kaleb Ngamanu moved back to No. 13 (outside centre) for the home match making a critical break down the right touch line in the dying moments of the match. TSS received a penalty from the next phase which Syris Schmidt kicked after the final siren to secure a 23 – 22 victory. Kaleb Ngamanu received one vote by the TSS coaches in the TSS First XV 2020 Player of the Season voting.

    Kaleb Ngamanu continued at outside centre (No. 13) for Round Five against Ipswich Grammar School.

    TSS had a Round Six bye but the TSS First XV side played a “trial” against Downlands College with Kaleb Ngamau starting at No. 13 and was vice-captain once again and was on the winning side as TSS finished their 2020 season with a 50 – 24 victory.

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    The 2020 season of Kea Pere:

    Kea Pere started in the second row for the Titans first NRL trial of 2020 against Burleigh at Pizzey Park and certainly made a positive impression running for eighty nine metres (twenty four post contact), broke two tackles, had a line break assist and made thirty one tackles at a tackling efficiency of 93.94%.

    Kea Pere started from the interchange bench for Burleigh in their final Queensland Cup trial against the Tweed Heads Seagulls.

    Kea Pere started Round One of the 2020 Queensland Cup competition for the Burleigh Bears at right centre after initially being named on the bench against the Wynnum Manly Seagulls. Kea Pere played all eighty minutes in the match, running for thirty eight metres (thirteen post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 5.56 seconds and made twelve tackles.

    In late June 2020 Kea Pere was part of the Titans side that played an eleven on eleven match against the Bronocs at Suncopr Stadium prior to the same sides NRL match, with the match ending in a 16 all draw.

    In early July 2020 Kea Pere was part of a Titans side that played a Cronulla Sharks side in a nine a side match as a curtain raiser to the same teams playing Round Eight of the NRL on the Gold Coast. Kea Pere was a stand out in the match scoring a hat trick in the 24 all draw. Playing on the left side of the field Kea Pere scored the Titans final three tries, all coming in the second half.

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    The 2020 season for Greg Marzhew (formally Leleisiuao):

    Greg Marzhew made an immediate impression on the Titans coaching staff post his arrival being named in the Titans 2020 NRL 9’s 18 man squad. In the Titans opening match against the Canberra Raiders, Greg Marzhew ran for fifty seven metres on five carries, scoring a try, made a line break, broke four tackles and also made a tackle.

    In the Titans quarter final victory over Manly Greg Marzhew ran for forty seven metres from four hit-ups and made three tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency. In the Titans semi-final loss to North Queensland Greg Marzhew ran for a team leading ninety three metres on five runs, made a line break, broke two tackles and made two tackles.

    In total in the 2020 NRL Nine’s tournament in Perth, Greg Marzhew played in three matches, ran for 197 metres from fourteen carries, scored a try, broke six tackles, made two line breaks and made six tackles.

    Greg Marzhew started on the right wing for the Titans first NRL trial of 2020 against Burleigh at Pizzey Park. In his time on the field Greg Lelesiuao ran for 112 metres (thirty four post contact), broke three tackles and had a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Greg Marzhew also started from the bench in the Titans second and final NRL trial against the Brisbane Broncos in Redcliffe running for forty eight metres (eleven post contact), broke four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.93 seconds and made a tackle.

    Greg Marzhew started Round One of the 2020 Queensland Cup competition for the Burleigh Bears on the right wing against the Wynnum Manly Seagulls breaking a ridiculous fourteen tackle breaks in his eighty minutes on the field.

    In the match Greg Marzhew ran for 152 metres (thirty seven post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 4.3 seconds and had a 100% tackling efficiency whilst making five tackles, one of which was a try saving effort in the first half in the right corner when he held up the Wynnum Manly played who had looked certain to score by initially hitting the attacker with solid contact and rolling the Wynnum Manly player onto his back to prevent the ball being grounded in the Seagulls left corner.

    In late June 2020 Greg Marzhew was part of the Titans side that played an eleven on eleven match against the Bronco’s at Suncopr Stadium prior to the same sides NRL match, with the match ending in a 16 all draw. Over the course of the match Greg Marzhew proved very difficult for the Bronco’s side to handle on the right side of the field, breaking numerous tackles over the course of the eleven a side match.

    Greg Marzhew was named on the Titans extended bench for Round Nine against the New Zealand Warriors being the first occasion that he has been selected in an NRL twenty one man squad. Unfortunately for Greg Lelesiuao he missed the final seventeen players selected for the Friday night match. Greg Marzhew was also named on the Titans NRL extended bench for Round Ten against the Melbourne Storm.

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    The 2020 season of Tremain Spry:

    Tremain Spry made his NRL debut on the left wing for the Titans in Round Nine against the New Zealand Warriors at Cbus Stadium. After a tough first touch Tremain Spry settled down to play the entire eighty minutes of the match. In his debut Tremain Spry ran for ninety three metres (forty one post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 2.93 seconds and made seven tackles at an 87.5% tackling efficiency.

    Tremain Spry played his second career NRL game in Round Ten against the Melbourne Storm being named once again on the left wing and once again played all eighty minutes of the match. Tremain Spry ran for sixty three metres (twenty one post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.64 seconds and made five tackles at an 83.33% tackling efficiency.

    After starting in the NRL in Round Nine and Ten, Tremain Spry was named on the Titans extended bench for Round Eleven against the Penrith Panthers and was also named on the Titans extended bench for Round Sixteen against the St George Dragons.

    Tremain Spry was also named on the Titans NRL extended bench for Round Eighteen against the Brisbane Bronco’s however late in the week moved into the Titans starting line up at right centre, playing the entire match. Tremain Spry ran for ninety four metres (twenty eight post contact), broke a tackle, played the abll at an average speed of 3.5 seconds and made eleven tackles at a tackling efficiency of 84.62%.

    Round Nineteen against Manly saw Tremain Spry start at left centre before moving to the left wing due to injuries playing the entire eight minutes and scoring his first NRL try when he followed through a grubber kick to bring the ball around to near the posts. Tremain Spry also scored a further try when he took at intercept running ninety metres but was brought down inches short in the left corner.

    In the match Tremain Spry ran for 152 metres (twenty two post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.97 seconds and had a 100% tackling efficiency whislt making eight tackles.

    Tremain Spry started on the left wing in Round Twenty against the Newcastle Knights and had an outstanding match that included three try assists as well as a big hand in another.

    Tremain Spry’s first try assist in the match came when he broke down the left touch line and was able to pass inside to his right to Ashley Taylor to score. Tremain Spry’s second try assist came early in the second half when he took a chip kick on the full and made a break down the touch line before passing inside once again to Ashley Taylor to score in a move that covered eighty metres.

    In relation to his third try assist, after a break down the left touch line, Tremain Spry stood in the tackle of the Knights fullback and offloaded to Kevin Proctor who rumbled firty metres to score. As noted above Tremain Spry was also heavily involved in Brian Kelly’s try just on half time when he jumped from in the field of paly and get the ball back inside to Kelly before his feet touched the ground.

    In the Newcastle match, Tremain Spry ran for 194 metres (thirty seven metres), made three line breaks, broke two tackles, played the abll at an average speed of 3.34 seconds and made three tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    In total in the NRL in 2020 Tremain Spry played in five NRL matches, playing all eighty minutes in each, scored his first NRL try, had three assist, all of which came in Round Twenty, broke five tackles, rand for 599 metres (119 metre average) and made thirty four tackles at a tackling efficiency of 79.2%.

    Tremain Spry’s first 2020 appearance was for the Titans in the 2020 NRL 9’s 18 man tournament in Perth in February. In the Titans opening match against the Canberra Raiders, Tremain Spry ran for thirty metres on three runs and made two tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency. In the Titans quarter final victory over Manly Tremain Spry ran for thirty eight metres from three hit-ups and broke a team leading five tackles.

    In total in the 2020 NRL Nine’s tournament, Tremain Spry played in two matches, ran for sixty eight metres from six runs, broke five tackles and made two of his own.

    Tremain Spry started from the bench in the Titans first NRL trial of 2020 against Burleigh at Pizzey Park. In the match Tremain Spry ran for forty four metres, an impressive twenty one of which were post contact, broke three tackles and made eleven tackles.

    Tremain Spry also started at right centre for Tweed Heads in their final Queensland Cup trial against Burleigh. Tremain Spry did however miss out on Round One of the 2020 Queensland Cup competition which ended up being the only round prior to the cancellation of the competition due to the Covid 19 pandemic.

    In late June 2020 Tremain Spry was part of the Titans side that played an eleven on eleven match against the Bronocs at Suncopr Stadium prior to the same sides NRL match, with the match ending in a 16 all draw scoring one of the Titans four tries in the match.

    Tremain Spry’s try came early in the second half when he flew onto a pass from Toby Sexton who had himself received an off load from Sam Stone who had made the initial break in the Bronco’s defensive line.

    In early July 2020 Tremain Spry was part of a Titans side that played a Cronulla Sharks side in a nine a side match as a curtain raiser to the same teams playing Round Eight of the NRL, scoring the Titans first two tries in the match that ended in a 26 all draw.

    Tremain Spry’s tries came in the 8th and 10th minutes of the match with Tremain Spry playing on the left side of the field and for each of his tries Tremain Spry combined well with Toby Sexton. Tremain Spry’s second try in particular was an outstanding effort when he scored after a thirty metre angled run where he held the ball in one hand in his charge to the line. Tremain Spry also had a try assist when in the second hald after being put through a gap by Toby Sexton, Tremain Spry put Kea Pere away down the left for the first of Kea Pere’s three second half tries.

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    The 2020 season of Toby Sexton:

    Toby Sexton participated in his first NRL pre-season in the 2019/20 off season with the Titans as part of his Titans NRL Development contract and immediately drew rave reviews from coaching staff including NRL Head Coach Justin Holbrook who amongst other things was impressed by Toby Sexton’s work ethic. Similarly NRL Assistant Coach Jim Dymock was also impressed with Toby Sexton’s calmness and maturity on multiple occasions during game simulations on the training paddock.

    Toby Sexton commenced his 2020 season starting at five eight for the Titans Rookie Squad that played a Tweed Heads Seagulls Queensland Cup selection at Cudgen in wet and slippery conditions and even in those conditions put in an assured kicking display that is already of an NRL standard both in terms of attacking kicks as will as tactical kicking for field position.

    Toby Sexton started at five eight for the Titans first NRL trial of 2020 against the Burleigh Bears at Pizzey Park scoring late in the match when he backed up a break when the Titans attacked down the left side of the field to take an inside pass and outpace the cover defence to score under the posts in a run over approximately thirty five metres.

    The match was Toby Sexton’s first senior match and his try was obviously his first senior rugby league try. Like in his junior rugby league Toby Sexton put in an assured and confident display in his senior debut alongside Titans NRL Top 30 player, Tannah Boyd in the halves.

    In total in the match Toby Sexton ran for forty eight metres (seven post contact), broke a tackle and made seventeen tackles at an impressive 100% tackling efficiency. Toby Sexton also kicked twice in general play with those two kicks accounting for a distance of forty seven metres.

    Toby Sexton also started at five eight for the Tweed Heads A Grade side in their late February 2020 trial against the Burleigh Bears.

    Toby Sexton started Round One of the 2020 Hastings Deering’s Colts competition for the Tweed Heads Seagulls at half against the Northern Pride and kicked five goals from seven attempts as Tweed Heads emerged with a first up victory with Toby Sexton playing a significant role in the big win, which unfortunately due to the Covid 19 virus was the one and only Hastings Deering’s Colts round of 2020.

    It was obviously disappointing to see the 2020 Queensland rugby league season cancelled as there is no doubt Toby Sexton was a legimimate chance to make his Queensland Cup debut for Tweed Heads especially taking into account his assured display for the Titans against the Burleigh Bears Queensland Cup side in the Titans first 2020 trial. Toby Sexton’s Queensland Cup debut will now have to be delayed until the 2021 season.

    In late June 2020 Toby Sexton was part of the Titans side that played an eleven on eleven match against the Bronocs at Suncopr Stadium prior to the same sides NRL match, with the match ending in a 16 all draw with Toby Sexton scoring the final try of the match as well as contributing a try assist in the match.

    Toby Sexton was impressive in the eleven aside match scoring a try in the last minute to lock the match up at sixteen all. Playing on the right side of the field, Toby Sexton enginerred a three on two situation before dummying to his right and slicing through the Broncos left side defence to score from close range.

    Toby Sexton also had a try assist in the eleven aside match when he backed up a Sam Stone break in the centre of the field to receive the offload before offloading himself to Tremain Spry who was flying onto the ball to score.

    In early July 2020 Toby Sexton was outstanding of a Titans side that played a Cronulla Sharks side in a nine a side match as a curtain raiser to the same teams playing Round Eight of the NRL.

    In the first half alone Toby Sexton had three try assists, the first two in the 8th and 10th minutes when he worked with Tremain Spry on the left side of the field for Spry to score on both occasions. Toby Sexton had another try assist in the 12th minute of the first hald when he broke four tackles before producing a great one armed off load to Ioane Seuili who crossed.

    In the second half Toby Sexton was involved in two the three Titans tries with his first involvement when he put Tremain Spry into a gap who then set up Kea Pere for the first of his three tries and just a few minutes later Toby Sexton held the ball up perfectly for Sam Stone to run into a gap with the result being a Kea Pere try later in the same movement after Sam Stone off loaded to Nathan Peats who then off loaded to Kea Pere who subsequently scored.

    Round Nineteen of the 2020 NRL season saw Toby Sexton named on the Titans extended NRL bench for the away match against Manly.

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    The 2020 season of Ioane Seuili:

    Ioane Seuili started from the bench for the Titans in their first NRL trial of 2020 against Burleigh at Pizzey Park which was his first match back from the shoulder injury that he suffered late in the 2019 season. In the match Ioane Seuili ran for ninety one metres (twenty nine post contact) and made seventeen tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency playing in the second row when he came on in the first half.

    Ioane Seuili also started in the second row for Tweed Heads in their Queensland Cup trial against Burleigh.

    Ioane Seuili started Round One of the 2020 Queensland Cup competition for the Tweed Heads Seagulls from the interchange bench against the Northern Pride coming on to play sixty five uninterrupted minutes in the second row after coming on just fifteen minutes into the match.

    In his sixty five minutes on the field Ioane Seuili ran for sixty five metres (twenty seven post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 4.05 seconds and made thirteen tackles at a solid 92.86% tackling efficiency.

    In late June 2020 Ioane Seuili was part of the Titans side that played an eleven on eleven match against the Bronocs at Suncorp Stadium prior to the same sides NRL match (with the Titans winning the NRL match 30 – 12), with the match ending in a 16 all draw. Ioane Seuili thrived in the match, signalling that he is definitely an NRL calibre player of the near future if not already.

    In early July 2020 Ioane Seuili was part of a Titans side that played a Cronulla Sharks side in a nine a side match as a curtain raiser to the same teams playing Round Eight of the NRL. In the match Ioane Seuili scored one of the Titans six tries when he ran onto a one handed Toby Sexton pass to score late in the first half.

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    The 2020 season of Darius Farmer:

    In Round Sixteen of the 2020 NRL competition against the St George Dragons Darius Farmer was deservedly named on the Titans extended bench, however did not make the Titans final seventeen for the match. Darius Farmer was also named on the Titans NRL extended bench for Round Eighteen against the Brisbane Bronco’s, Round Nineteen against Manly and Round Twenty against the Newcastle Knights.

    Darius Farmer’s first 2020 appearance was for the Titans in the 2020 NRL 9’s 18 man tournament in Perth in February. In the Titans opening match against the Canberra Raiders, Darius Farmer ran for twenty four metres on two carries and made four tackles.

    Darius Farmer made a further twenty four metres from three runs and a tackle in Game Two against the Wests Tigers. In the Titans semi-final loss to North Queensland Darius Farmer ran for thirty eight metres on three carries, broke a tackle and made two tackles of his own.

    In total in the 2020 NRL Nine’s tournament, Darius Farmer played in three matches, ran for eighty six metres from eight runs, broke a tackle and made seven tackles at a high tackling efficiency.

    Darius Farmer started at lock for the Titans first NRL trial of 2020 against Burleigh at Pizzey Park and performed well in the new position for him running for an impressive 135 metres (twenty seven post contact), broke a tackle and made twenty six of his own.

    Darius Farmer started from the interchange bench for Burleigh in their final Queensland Cup trial against the Tweed Heads Seagulls.

    Darius Farmer started Round One of the 2020 Queensland Cup competition for the Burleigh Bears from the bench against the Wynnum Manly Seagulls but had an impressive match after coming on in the 30th minute of the first half. Some of his charges into the teeth of the Seagulls defensive line were very impressive indeed and on each occasion fought to produce a quick play the ball to keep the Bears on the front foot.

    In total in the match Darius Farmer was on the field for thirty six minutes, ran for an impressive ninety nine metres (thirty six post contact), broke three tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.01 seconds and made seven tackles.

    In late June 2020 Darius Farmer was part of the Titans side that played an eleven on eleven match against the Bronocs at Suncopr Stadium prior to the same sides NRL match, with the match ending in a 16 all draw.

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    The 2020 season of Jai Whitbread:

    Jai Whitbread started Round One of the 2020 NRL Premiership from the bench for the Titans against the Canberra Raiders playing thirty two minutes. In his time on the field Jai Whitbread ran for 105 metres (twenty two post contact), broke three tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.75 seconds and made twenty five tackles at a95.16% tackling efficiency.
    Jai Whitbread was also named on the bench for Round Two against the Parramatta Eels playing forty six minutes. In addition Jai Whitbread ran for thirty one metres (ten post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.77 seconds and made forty two tackles at a tackling efficiency of 93.33%.

    After the Covid 19 halt to the competition Jai Whitbread was named to start Round Three off the bench against the North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville. In the match Jai Whitbread was on the field for thirty eight minutes, running for fifty five metres (twenty one post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.15 seconds and made twenty six tackles at a tackling efficiency of 96.3%.

    After not being selected for Round Three Jai Whitbread was named on the Titans extended bench for Round Five of the 2020 NRL competition against the Souths Sydney Rabbitohs and was also named on the Titans extended bench for Round Six against the St George Dragons.

    In late June 2020 Jai Whitbread was part of the Titans side that played an eleven on eleven match against the Bronocs at Suncopr Stadium prior to the same sides NRL match, with the match ending in a 16 all draw. Jai Whitbread had an impressive outing in the eleven aside match and it would be fair to saw that Jai Whitbread was the only true middle forward in the Titans side in the match.

    Round Eight saw Jai Whitbread once again named on the extended bench against the Cronulla Sharks as well as in Round Nine against the New Zealand Warriors, in Round Ten against the Melbourne Storm.

    Jai Whitbread was initially named on the Titans extended bench for Round Eleven against the Penrith Panthers but ended up coming onto the bench on the day of the match. In the match, Jai Whitbread was on the field for twenty two minutes, ran for thirty metres (nine post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.27 seconds and made twenty three tackles at a perfect 100% tackling efficiency.

    Jai Whitbread dropped back to the Titans extended bench for Round Twelve against the Sydney Roosters and was also named on the Titans extended bench for Round Thirteen against the North Queensland Cowboys and in Round Fourteen against the Cronulla Sharks.

    Jai Whitbread was also named on the Titans extended bench for Round Fifteen against the Canberra Raiders but ended up starting from the bench for the Titans playing twenty four minutes, running for fifty eight minutes (twenty nine post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.13 seconds and made twenty three tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92%.

    After his Round Fifteen cameo off the bench Jai Whitbread was also named on the bench for Round Sixteen against the St George Dragons coming on to play twenty nine minutes in the front row. In his time on the field Jai Whitbread ran for fifty four metres (twenty nine post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.22 seconds and made seventeen tackles at a perfect 100% tackling efficiency.

    Jia Whitbread moved back to the Titans extended bench for Round Seventeen against the Canterbury Bulldogs.

    In Round Eigheen against the Brisbane Bronco’s Jai Whitbread also started from the interchange bench playing twenty one solid minutes, running for twenty seven metres (nine post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.08 seconds and made fourteen tackles at a tackling efficiency of 93.33%.

    Round Nineteen against Manly saw Jai Whitbread start from the bench once again playing thirty four minutes in the middle when he came on. In his time on the Jai Whitbread ran for eight four metres (thirty six post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.92 seconds and made twenty tackles at a tackling efficiency of 90.91%.

    The final 2020 NRL regular season round, being Round Twenty saw Jai Whitbread start from the bench against the Newcastle Knights playing twenty three minutes in the middle of the field. Jai Whitbread ran for fifty two metres (twenty four post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.6 seconds and made sixteen tackles.

    In total in the NRL in 2020 Jai Whitbread played in nine NRL matches, being on the field for a total of 269 minutes. In those minutes, Jai Whitbread broke three tackles, off loaded on three occasions, ran for 499 metres, 194 of which were post contact (38.88%) and made 207 tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92%.

    Jai Whitbread’s 2020 NRL per game averages included playing 29.89 minutes, running for 55.44 metres and making 23 tackles. Per eighty minutes in the NRL in 2020 Jai Whitbread ran for 148.38 metres and made 61.56 tackles.

    Jai Whitbread’s first 2020 appearance was for the Titans in the 2020 NRL 9’s 18 man tournament in Perth in February. In the Titans opening match against the Canberra Raiders, Jai Whitbread ran for twenty seven metres on three carries and made six tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency. Jai Whitbread made a further forty three metres from four runs, scored a try, made a line break, broke three tackles and made seven tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency in Game Two against the Wests Tigers.

    In the Titans quarter final victory over Manly Jai Whitbread ran for twenty two metres from three hit-ups and made five tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency. In the Titans semi-final loss to North Queensland Jai Whitbread in addition to scoring his second tournament try ran for forty metres on four runs, made a line break, broke two tackles and made four tackles.

    In total in the 2020 NRL Nine’s tournament, Jai Whitbread played in all four of the Titans matches scoring two tries, ran for 132 metres from fourteen runs, broke five tackles, made two line breaks and made twenty two tackles at a 95.65% tackling efficiency.

    Jai Whitbread started from the bench in the Titans second and final NRL trial against the Brisbane Broncos in Redcliffe running for 102 metres (fifty four post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed for 3.39 seconds and made nineteen tackles at a 95% tackling efficiency.

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    The 2020 season of Tannah Boyd:

    Tannah Boyd made his first 2020 NRL appearance and third overall in Round Four against the Wests Tigers when he started on the bench coming on to play the final thirty minutes of the match in the dummy half role as the Titans won 28 – 23 curtosy of a last minute Phillip Sami try.

    In his thirty minutes on the field, Tannah Boyd ran for twenty two metres (six post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.88 seconds and made seventeen tackles at a tackling efficiency of 94.44%.

    Tannah Boyd was also named to start from the bench for Round Five against the Souths Sydney Rabbitohs spending forty eight minutes i=on the field. Tannah Boyd played in the dummy half role when he came on but moved to half later in the match in the second half.

    In his forty eight minutes on the field, Tannah Boyd ran for sixty metres (seventeen post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.61 seconds and made thirty four tackles at a tackling efficiency of 97.14%.

    Tannah Boyd also started from the bench in Round Six against the St George Dragons scoing his first career NRL try when with a few minutes to go Tannah Boyd was on hand after St George could not defuse a bomb and Tannah Boyd, after receving a pass from Kevin Proctor to run twelve metres to score next to the left upright.

    In his fifty one minutes on the field Tannah Boyd spent time at hooker, half back and left centre. In the match Tannah Boyd ran for fifty eight metres (thirteen post contact), broke three tackles, played the ball at ana average speed of 3.94 seconds and made twenty seven tackles at a 96.43% tackling efficiency. Tannah Boyd also kicked once making twenty metres.

    Tannah Boyd once again started from the bench for the Round Seven local derby against the Brisbane Broncos coming on to play thirty one minutes, running for thirty three metres (six post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 4.12 seconds and made nineteen tackles at a 91.48% tackling efficiency.

    Tannah Boyd continued his run of starts from the intrchange bench in Round Eight against the Cronulla Sharks. Tannah Boyd spent forty minutes on the field in the dummy half role in two stints after coming off with a shoulder injury initially before toughing it out for a second stint later in the match.

    In his firty minutes on the field Tannah Boyd ran for forty two metres (four post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at ana average speed of 2.84 seconds and made twenty six tackles at a tackling efficiency of 86.67%.

    Tannah Boyd also started from the interchange bench in Round Nine against the New Zealand Warriors, playing fifty minutes in the dummy half role when he came on. In his fifty minutes on the field Tannah Boyd ran for forty five metres (ten post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.97 seconds and made twenty four tackles at a tackling efficiency of 85.71%.

    Tannah Boyd continued his run of NRL starts from the interchange bench in Round Ten against the Melbourne Storm coming on to play thirty five minutes in the dummy half role. In that time Tannah Boyd ran for eighteen minutes (twelve post contact), played the ball at an averge speed of 3.86 seconds, broke a tackle and made fourteen of his own at a tackling efficiency of 93.33%.

    Tannah Boyd started once again from the interchange bench in Round Eleven against the Penrith Panthers coming on in the 65th minute of the match and playing the rest of the match in the dummy half role. Tannah Boyd made the most of his time, running for twenty eight metres (five post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 2.74 seconds and had a perfect 100% tackling efficiency from his thirteen tackles.

    In Round Twelve against the Sydney Roosters Tannah Boyd once again started from the bench for the Titans coming on to play the final twenty six minutes of the match. In that time, Tannah Boyd ran for twenty four metres, played the ball at an average speed of 3.8 seconds and had a 100% tackling effiency whislt making his sixteen tackles.

    Tannah Boyd also started from the bench for the Titans Round Thirteen match against the North Queensland Cowboys coming on to play the final eleven minutes of the match at half back. In his eleven minutes, Tannah Boyd ran for ten metres (three post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 2.63 seconds and made three tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Tannah Boyd was named to start from the bench in Round Fourteen against the Cronulla Sharks but was a late scratching.

    Round Fifteen saw Tannah Boyd initially named on the Titans extended bench against the Canberra Raiders but came into the Titans side late, starting the match at five eight and recording a try assist with a deft right foot kick for Phillip Sami to score early in the first half. Tannah Boyd also had a line break assist in the match, when he took the ball to the line before popping a short pass to his left to Sam Stone who broke through the Raiders line.

    Playing the entire eighty minutes, Tannah Boyd ran for sixty four metres (fourteen post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.66 seconds and made twenty four tackles at a tackling efficiency of 82.76%.

    In Round Sixteen against the St George Dragons Tannah Boyd was named on the Titans extended bench as he was for Round Seventeen against the Canterbury Bulldogs and Round Eighteen against the Brisbane Bronco’s.

    Tannah Boyd was back in the Titans NRL Seventeen in Round Nineteen against Manly coming off the bench and playing in the dummy half role in his forty two minutes on the field recording eighteen tackles at an 85.71% tackling efficiency.

    The final 2020 NRL regular season round, being Round Twenty saw Tannah Boyd start from the bench against the Newcastle Knights playing eighteen minutes off the bench in the dummy half role. Tannah Boyd ran for eleven metres (four post contact) and made fourteen tackles at a tackling efficiency of 93.33%.

    In total in the NRL in 2020 Tannah Boyd was involved in thirteen NRL matches, playing a total of 475 minutes and scoring one try. In addition, Tannah Boyd forced a line drop out, had a try assist, a line break assist, off loaded the ball on one occasion, ran for 418 metres and made 250 tackles at a tackling efficiency of 86.7%.

    Tannah Boyd’s 2020 NRL per game averages included, playing 36.54 minutes, running for 32.15 metres and making 19.23 tackles. Per eighty minutes in the NRL in 2020, Tannah Boyd ran for 70.39 metres and made 42.11 tackles.

    Tannah Boyd’s first 2020 appearance was for the Titans in the 2020 NRL 9’s 18 man tournament in Perth in February. In the Titans opening match against the Canberra Raiders, Tannah Boyd, in addition to kicking three conversions from as many attempts, ran for twenty four on three carries, had a try assist and made three tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Tannah Boyd made a further eight metres from a run and made two tackles in Game Two against the Wests Tigers. In the Titans semi-final loss to North Queensland Tannah Boyd ran for sixty four metres on four runs and made two tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    In total in the 2020 NRL Nine’s tournament that was held in Perth, Tannah Boyd three matches, ran for ninety six metres from eight runs, converted three tries and made seven tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Tannah Boyd started at half for the Titans first NRL trial of 2020 against Burleigh at Pizzey Park kicking two conversions from three attempts in an assured display. In total in the match Tannah Boyd ran for forty three metres (five post contact) and made fifteen tackles at a tackling efficiency of 88.24%. In addition, Tannah Boyd made 260 metres from his eleven tactical kicks.

    Tannah Boyd also started from the bench in the Titans second and final NRL trial against the Brisbane Broncos in Redcliffe running for thirty seven metres, breaking a tackle and making six at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Tannah Boyd started Round One of the 2020 Queensland Cup season on the bench for Burleigh against Wynnum Manly playing five eight on the left side of the field when he came on and recorded a try assist when a pin point bomb he put up was taken on the full by Sami Sauiluma to score next to the left upright.

    Tannah Boyd was on the field for twenty eight minutes running for eleven metres (four post contact), broke a tackle, kicked once for twenty two metres (being the bomb noted above), played the ball at an average speed of 4.18 seconds and made three tackles.


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