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    Titans linked Reece Warburton added a further try from the fullback position in Round Ten on Saturday as Clarence Coast went down 32 – 10 to Ballina.

    In total in the 2020 Group One U15 competition Reece Warburton scored four tries and kicked five goals for a total individual regular season points haul of twenty six points from six matches.

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    In Round Ten of the Group One U14 competition on Saturday Titans linked David Torrens started at lock and scored as Clarence Coast defeated Ballina 52 – 6.

    In total in the Group One U14 regular season David Torrens Waters scored three tries from five matches.

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    Clarence Coast Magpies centre Jasper Whalley had an outstanding 2020 Group One U13 regular season scoring ten tries in just eight matches to finish the season with a strike rate of 125%.

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    In total in the 2020 Group One U13 regular season competition Casino RSM hooker Jykoven Torrens scored twenty one tries from just ten games to finish the regular season with a 210% strike rate.

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    Round Ten of the Group One U14 competition last Saturday saw Titans linked Tyrelle Waters start at half back and score as well as kick a conversion as the Magpies defeated Ballina 52 – 6.

    In total in the Group One U14 regular season Tyrelle Waters scored four tries and kicked a conversion for an eighteen point haul from five matches.

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    In total in the 2020 Group One U16.5 regular season competition which finished on Saturday Titans linked Damon Coldwell scored twelve tries from eight matches to finish with a 150% strike rate.

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    In the Courier Mail 2020 Top 30 South East Queensland school boy rugby/rugby league list Titans contracted William Semu who was the youngest player on the list was named at No. 26 and Josiah Pahulu at No. 23, Oskar Bryant at No. 12, Jahream Bula at No. 9 and Thomas Weaver at No. 3 and the highest ranked rugby league player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    In the Courier Mail 2020 Top 30 South East Queensland school boy rugby/rugby league list Titans contracted William Semu who was the youngest player on the list was named at No. 26 and Josiah Pahulu at No. 23, Oskar Bryant at No. 12, Jahream Bula at No. 9 and Thomas Weaver at No. 3 and the highest ranked rugby league player.
    I'm glad you posted this mdrew. I think its the first time I've seen one of these lists and the Titans have nearly the majority of the young talent.

    Even better is that we've been kept in the loop and given the heads up on these players for years by yourself Mdrew so a huge credit to you mate.
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    #1 and #2 must be amazing to relegate Weaver to #3

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    On Saturday Titans linked AJ Hickling started Round Ten of the Group One U14 competition in the front row and scored twice as Clarence Coast defeated Ballina 52 – 6 in the final regular season round.

    In total in the 2020 Group One U14 regular season AJ Hickling scored nine tries from six matches for a 150% strike rate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bods View Post
    #1 and #2 must be amazing to relegate Weaver to #3
    From memory they're union boys.

    Tom's only year 11, he's still got next year to get that #1 spot
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    Yeh mate you are right they are at BBC, the number One is a Storm contracted centre but I am surprised the guy ranked two was above Tom.


    Quote Originally Posted by Hail Sezer View Post
    From memory they're union boys.

    Tom's only year 11, he's still got next year to get that #1 spot

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    Titans contracted Solomon Torrens started at right second row in Round Eight of the GCRL First Grade competition against Currumbin over the weekend.

    In the Seahawks 20 – 18 victory against the Eagles, Solomon Torrens recorded two try assists, one in each half. In essence both were identical. On both occasions Solomon Torrens was operating on the right side of the field, done short blind sides within ten metres of the Currumbin try line. On both occasions when Solomon Torrens received the ball he held the ball up just a fraction before producing short passes to his right, on the first occasion to his right winger and the second to his right centre for them to score.

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    After missing multiple weeks of the GCRL First Grade competition, Titans contracted Jayden Campbell started at fullback in Round Eight on Saturday evening against the Southport Tigers contributing two try assists as Burleigh kicked a late field goal to prevail 23 - 22.

    Jayden Campbell’s first half try assist was an impressive effort. Jayden Campbell took off out of dummy half to the right of the play the ball only to cut back to the right stepping twice off his left foot as he was running parallel to the defensive line. A dummy and a right foot step saw Jayden Campbell split the line and draw the fullback to send the Burleigh right winger away.

    For his second try assist of the match which came in the second half Jayden Campbell threw a long cut out pass to the right from close to the Southport try line to send the Burleigh winger over in the right corner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    Titans contracted Solomon Torrens started at right second row in Round Eight of the GCRL First Grade competition against Currumbin over the weekend.

    In the Seahawks 20 – 18 victory against the Eagles, Solomon Torrens recorded two try assists, one in each half. In essence both were identical. On both occasions Solomon Torrens was operating on the right side of the field, done short blind sides within ten metres of the Currumbin try line. On both occasions when Solomon Torrens received the ball he held the ball up just a fraction before producing short passes to his right, on the first occasion to his right winger and the second to his right centre for them to score.
    Mdrew would Solomon Torrens be a chance for a development contract next year with the first grade


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