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    Great story on the Official Site about Toby Sexton

    https://www.titans.com.au/news/2020/...t-opportunity/

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    Good win by the Northern Rivers Titans U16's this morning at Ballina against Newcastle in Round Two of the Andrew Johns Cup 28-22.

    Multiple Titans linked scorers included Travis May with a double, Jamal Laurie, Michael Roberts, Damon Coldwell and Patrick Gray.

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    Northern Rivers Titans U18's defeated Newcastle 54-16 with Thomas Weaver kicking nine from nine.

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    Tino Faasuamaleaui was outstanding today for the Storm in their NRL trial victory against the Warriors in NZ.

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    Grafton Ghosts half Elliott Speed kicked four from six this morning for North Coast in their Round Two Laurie Daley Cup victory 32-12 against the Parramatta Eels.

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    If anyone doubts the quality of the Titans JTS system with they been to look no further than the performances of the Northern Rivers titans U16 and U18 sides today in Ballina against Newcastle. both sides were simply outstanding, worth the three drive down.
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    Reading the reviews (and a second look at the match) of the Storm victory over the Storm this afternoon, one thing is clear Tino Faasuamaleaui was absolutely outstanding.

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    Titans contracted Josiah Pahulu has been named in the final Ipswich U16 squad for the upcoming South East Queensland U16 Challenge.

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    Titans contracted Antioch Faitala-Mariner has been named in the initial South East Queensland U16 squad for their upcoming trials.

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    Great to see Titan Lofi Khan-Periera get some time and touches in Friday nights trial against Burleigh.

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    It was great to see an old fashioned mouse trap play late in the Andrew Johns Cup U16 Round Two match on Saturday.

    Northern Rivers Titans hooker Tanu Nona ran over the top of the ball to the right of the play the ball leaving the ball to right centre and Titans linked Michael Roberts who took off to the left and forced his way over the try line from close range in the left corner of the field

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    Not all of the talented youngsters involved in the Titans/Burleigh Trial match on Friday night wore Titans colours. One Burleigh youngster who made an impact was second row/front rower Tyler Szepanoswki who started from the bench for the Bears.

    When he came on Tyler Szepanoswki was effective running for eighty two metres (thirty post contact) and made twenty three tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Tyler Szepanowski started the 2019 season in the Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts side, playing the opening eight rounds in the front row before being promoted to the Burleigh GCRL First Grade side, starting from the bench in Round Seven in a 16 all draw with Tugun.

    In Week Two of the Finals Tyler Szapanowski scored in Burleigh’s 42 – 12 win against Norths after starting the match in the front row. Tyler Szapanowski ran onto a Cameron Brown pass in the second half barging over near the left upright after an impressive run especially post contact and dragged three Norths defenders over the line with him.

    In total in the 2019 Hastings Deering’s Colts competition for Burleigh Tyler Szapanowski played in eleven matches starting all in the front row and in fact he captained the side for the first half of the season prior to his promotion to the Burleigh GCRL First Grade side.

    In addition to his Finals Week Two try, Tyler Szepanowski’s other try of the season came in Round two against the Ipswich Jets.

    Tyler Szapanowski made his 2019 GCRL First Grade starting debut in Round Eleven against Bilambil when he started in the front row and also started in the front row in Round Sixteen against Tugun and Round Seventeen against Runaway Bay.

    In total in the 2019 GCRL First Grade competition for Burleigh Tyler Szapanowski played in eight matches, including starting in the front row in Burleigh’s Major Semi-final 26 – 12 win over Currumbin.

    Tyler Szapanowski also started in the front row as Burleigh won the GCRL First Grade Grand Final by defeating Southport 30 -12.

    Tyler Szepanowski started the 2018 season in the Burleigh Bears Hastings Deering’s U20 Colts squad starting his opening ten matches in the front row before being promoted to the Burleigh Gold Coast Rugby League First Grade side where he has stayed since that time.

    In the GCRL First Grade competition Tyler Szepanowski made his debut against Southport in June and went on to play in seven matches and scored his first and to date only try against Tugun in late July. For Burleigh in the GCRL First Grade side Tyler Szepanowski on the majority of occasions has come off the bench but he has started one or two matches at lock towards the end of the season.

    In 2017 Tyler Szepanowski was part of the Central Queensland Capra’s U18 squad after having a solid season in Schoolboy rugby league in 2016. The young front rower was the St Brendan’s College Co-captain a great achievement for the young man who came to the school from Moranbah and also was part of the St Brendan’s side that made the 2016 Final of the Confraternity Shield where they played Ignatius Park in that final.

    Tyler Szepanowski was approached by the Titans after the Capra’s Round Three match against the Burleigh Bears MM side in 2017 at Browne Park and is probably the first player the Titans have signed with a Prussian heritage.

    For the Central Queensland Capra’s MM side in 2017 Tyler Szepanowski started in five of their six matches, in each of his starts Tyler Szepanowski played in the front row. Tyler Szepanowski only missed the final round being Round Six.

    Tyler Szepanowski scored two tries in the five matches with his tries coming in Rounds One and Two against the Central Crows and Redcliffe Dolphins. Tyler Szepanowski also captained the Capra’s in their Round Five matches against eventual MM champions the Western Mustangs.

    At the completion of the MM competition in 2017, Tyler Szepanowski moved to playing first grade in the Rockhampton Rugby League competition with Brothers Rockhampton making his First Grade debut in late April against the North’s Chargers. In total Tyler Szepanowski played in thirteen Rockhampton RL First Grade matches and scored his sole first grade try in June against Woorabinda.

    Tyler Szepanowski started all of his first grade matches in the second row. Late in the 2017 season, Tyler Szepanowski also played one match in the Rockhampton Rugby League U20 competition with the match being against Brothers Rockhampton.

    At the Rockhampton Senior Rugby League awards in late 2017 Tyler Szepanowski was named at the Rockhampton Rugby League First Grade Rookie of the Year.

    Tyler Szepanowski who trailed for the Parramatta Eels Harrold Matthews side in 2015 won the Coaches Award at the 2016 St Brendan’s Sports Awards night and represented the Queensland Capra’s in the CC Cup competition in 2016 and also Capricornia U15 side in 2014 at the QSSRL U15 Championships.

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    Greg Leleisiuao has made an immediate impression on the Titans coaching staff since his return being named in the Titans 2020 NRL 9’s 18 man squad.

    In the Titans opening match against the Canberra Raiders, Greg Leleisiuao 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 Leleisiuao 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 Leleisiuao 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, Greg Leleisiuao played in three matches, ran for 197 metres from fourteen, scored a try, broke six tackles, made two line breaks and made six tackles.

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

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    Titans contracted Jed Edwards started from the bench in the Titans first NRL trial of 2020 against Burleigh at Pizzey Park on Friday night coming on in the second half in the dummy half role and recording a 100% tackling efficiency whilst making nine tackles.

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    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, 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.


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