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    In early January 2022 Ryder Nelson attended a Titans JTS Elite U15 Development Camp on the Gold Coast.

    From trivia perspective Ryder Nelson is the young brother of Cooper Nelson who has also been involved in Titans Development Squad matches.

    In 2021 Ryder Nelson played for the Mullumbimby Giants in the Group 18 U13 competition, being named the 2021 Murwillumbah Colts Group 18 U13 Best Back.

    In the 2021 Group 18 U13 competition the Mullumbimby Giants won six of their nine matches, scoring 194 points and conceding 104 to finish with a points deferential of +90.

    Ryder Nelson also played for the Mullumbimby Giants in the Group 18 U12 competition being named the 2020 Murwillumbah Colts Group 18 U12 Best and Fairest and Players Player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    This morning, Titans contracted Izayah Petrichvich was part of the U18 Gold Coast Rollers U18 Division One side that defeated the Cairns Marlins on Day Two of the 2022 Queensland U18 Basketball Championships.
    In Game Two of Day Two of the 2022 Queensland U18 Basketball Championships, Titans contacted Izayah Petrichvich hit two three points shots for the Gold Coast Rollers as they defeated the Logan Thunder.

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    Young Ipswich based front rower Cooper Cracknell played his first match in Titans colours in December 2021 when he started in the front row for the Titans U14 JTS side.

    Impressively in late 2021 Cooper Cracknell was selected in the 2022 Ipswich Jets Cyril Connell Cup competition even though he is still U15 eligible in 2022.

    Cooper Cracknell played for Ipswich Brothers in 2021 in the Ipswich Rugby League U14 competition finishing as the competitions leading try scorer with seventeen tries and also finished as the competitions leading points scorer.

    Cooper Cracknell started in the front row and captained the Ipswich Brothers side in their 32 – 24 Grand Final victory over the Springfield Panthers with Cooper Cracknell scoring a try and kicked four goals in a Player of the Match performance.

    In addition to his Grand Final try Cooper Cracknell scored hat tricks in Round Six against Laidley, Round Twelve against Lowood and Round Fourteen against Goodna, Cooper Cracknell also scored a double in Round Three against Fassifern.

    Cooper Cracknell also scored in Round Three against Fassifern, Round Seven against Goodna, Round Nine against Norths, Round Ten against Fassifern and Brothers semi-final victory against Lowood.

    From a goal kicking perspective Cooper Cracknell kicked five goals in Round Two against Norths Blue, Cooper Cracknell also kicked five goals in the Round Two match in finish with eighteen points.

    Cooper Cracknell also kicked three goals against Fassifern in Round Three, Laidley in Round Six and Lowood in Round Twelve. The match against Lowood saw Cooper Cracknell score a hat trick as well with Cooper Cracknell scoring all eighteen of Brothers points in the match.

    From a school boy perspective Cooper Cracknell attends Ipswich State High School as part of their Rugby League Excellence Program.

    Also in 2021 Cooper Cracknell played in the U14 Greater Brisbane Junior Rugby competition for the Ipswich Rangers including starting at inside centre (No. 12) in the Rangers Grand Final victory against Sunnybank Green with Cooper Cracknell kicking three conversions in the Grand Final.

    In 2019 Cooper Cracknell was named in the Queensland U12 Rugby League side.

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    in early January 2022 Joseph Tupuse attented a Titans JTS Elite U15 Development Camp on the Gold Coast.

    In late October 2021 Joseph Tupuse was named in the 2022 Souths Logan Magpies U16 Cyril Connell Cup side.

    In February 2021 the young man from Keebra Park State High School was named in the U15 South Coast school boy rugby league squad for the 2021 U15 QSSRL School Boy Championships playing left centre for the Championship winning South Coast side, including in the Championship Final victory against Met West, an incredible achievement considering Joseph Tupuse was still U14 eligible in 2021.

    Joseph Tupuse started at left centre on Day One against Met West scoring in the 50th minute when he charged onto the ball from twenty metres out to score ten metres in from the left corner post and then Joseph Tupuse stepped up to convert his own try.

    Joseph Tupuse was also damaging running the ball on Day Two against Capricornia including a twenty metres rumble down the left side of the field in the 45th minute that saw Joseph Tupuse force his way over the goal line but a plethora of defenders held him up.

    Joseph Tupuse also started at left centre and made a line break in the 31st minute when Nayte Saaga took the ball to the line before throwing a cut-out pass to Joseph Tupuse to rumble fifty metres downfield but unfortunately his inside pass went to ground.

    2021 saw Joseph Tupuse line up for the Keebra Park Year Nine school boy rugby league side, including an outstanding performance at left centre in early June in Round Three of the Hancock Cup against fierce local rivals PBC.

    In the match Joseph Tupuse scored Keebra Park’s opening try of the match in the 21st minute when he received the ball five metres out from the try line and three metres in from the left touch line. Initially Joseph Tupuse looked as if he was going to head towards the left touchline but quickly pushed off one defender and cut back towards centre field. After running across field for approximately ten metres, Joseph Tupuse straightened up and burst through three would be defenders to score a powerful solo try.

    Just two minutes prior to his try, Joseph Tupuse made two runs that got Keebra park good field position to attack the PBC line. On the first occasion in the 19th minute Joseph Tupuse made a bustling twenty two metres, breaking three tackles to get the ball thirty eight metres out and PBC were too desperate to slow the play the ball down and gave away a penalty.

    From the set of six from the penalty Joseph Tupuse charged down the right side of the field, making sixteen metres only being stopped three metres short of the line.

    Joseph Tupuse was equally as dominating in Round Four against Ipswich State High School scoring a hat trick in Keebra Park’s har fought victory.

    Joseph Tupuse scored the first of his three tries in just the second minute he scored out wide in the left corner after receiving the ball in space and having an easy run to the line. Joseph Tupuse’s second try came in the 16th minute when once again he scored near the left corner after a burst from close range down a left blindside. Joseph Tupuse completed his hat trick in the 24th minute with his try a near carbon copy of his second try of the match.

    Joseph Tupuse continued his dominant performances from left centre in Round Five against Redcliffe State High School scoring one try and setting up another in Keebra Park’s victory.

    Joseph Tupuse scored in the 20th minute, when even though he was playing left centre, Joseph Tupuse popped up on the right side of the field, receiving the ball twenty metres out and after a left foot step, Joseph Tupuse was through the line and cruised over ten metres from the right upright.

    Joseph Tupuse recorded his try assist in the 39th minute when he produced a great left arm flick pass to put his winger over in the left corner.

    Joseph Tupuse’s exceptional form in the 2021 Hancock Cup competition continued in Round Six against Marsden State High School with the powerful left centre scoring a double.

    Joseph Tupuse’s opening try came in the 12th minute when he charged onto a pass down the left channel from twelve metres out and carried two defenders over the line to crash over five metres in from the left corner post.

    Joseph Tupuse completed his double in the 16th minute when after receiving the ball on the left side of the field, he stood up the Coombabah SHS defence, breaking three tackles on the way to the try line.

    Joseph Tupuse continued at left centre in Keebra Park’s Hancock Cup semi-final victory against Wavell State High School with Joseph Tupuse scoring twice in Keebra Park’s big win.

    The match was only three minutes old when Joseph Tupuse crossed for his opening try of the match when he was able to force his way over from five metres out to get the ball down five metres in from the left corner post.

    Joseph Tupuse completed his double in the 29th minute when he burst onto the ball down the left channel from six metres out to crash over five metres in from the left corner post.

    Joseph Tupuse also started the 201 Hancock Cup Grand Final at left centre as Keebra Park SHS went down 16 – 12 to PBC.

    Joseph Tupuse had a very solid match including a great charge of eighteen metres in the 17th minute carrying the ball out from near his own line. Then in the 22nd minute, Joseph Tupuse made a further twenty metres as a result of a strong charge down the down the left channel.

    With Keebra Park down with less than ten minutes to play Joseph Tupuse gave Keebra Park a chance to get back into the match in the 43rd minute with a smart one on one steal with PBC SHS on the attack to put Keebra Park SHS back on the attack.

    At the conclusion of the 2021 season Joseph Tupuse was named in the centres in the 2021 Keebra Park Rugby League Team of the Year.

    Joseph Tupuse’s first exposure to representative rugby league came in 2019 when he was selected in the Queensland U12 side for the Australian Schools Championships with Queensland subsequently being named 2019 U12 National Champions. Joseph Tupuse was one of Queensland’s try scorers in their 62 – 0 Quarter Final victory over the Northern Territory.

    Prior to the National U12 Championships, Joseph Tupuse stood out for South Coast at the Queensland U12 Championships.

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    The Tweed Heads Seagulls Cyril Connell Cup and Mal Meninga Cup Squads will play their first 2022 trial on 4 February in Brisbane against the Easts Tigers with plenty of Titans players in both Seagulls squads.

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    The Northern Rivers Titans U16 and U18 sides were back training again last Sunday at Mullumbimby as they prepare for their Round One matches in three weeks against the Wests Tigers in Sydney.

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    On Day Three of the 2022 Queensland U18 Basketball Championships, Titans contacted Izayah Petrichvich hit two two point shots for the Gold Coast Rollers as they defeated SC Phoenix Teal to remain defeated through their first five matches.

    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    In Game Two of Day Two of the 2022 Queensland U18 Basketball Championships, Titans contacted Izayah Petrichvich hit two three points shots for the Gold Coast Rollers as they defeated the Logan Thunder.

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    In 2021 WÓllace Rutene was a strong performer for the Runaway Bay U20 side in the Gold Coast Rugby League U20 competition and I am sure that he will handle the step up to the Hastings Deering's Colts competition in 2022.
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    Former Coombabah SHS student Syddarys Cassidy had two strong seasons with the Illawarra Steelers in the SG Ball competition including coming off the bench for the Steelers in the 2021 Grand Final against Canberra.

    The young front rower in 2017 was named in the Queensland Maroon U15 QSSRL side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    On Day Three of the 2022 Queensland U18 Basketball Championships, Titans contacted Izayah Petrichvich hit two two point shots for the Gold Coast Rollers as they defeated SC Phoenix Teal to remain defeated through their first five matches.
    Izayah Petrichvich scored a two point basket this afternoon as his Gold Coast Rollers side qualified for the 2022 Queensland U18 Basketball Championship Grand Final with a 95-77 victory over the Southern District Spartans.

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    In total in the 2022 Queensland U18 Division One Basketball Championships Izayah Petrichvich played in all seven of the Gold Coast Rollers matches, scoring a total of twenty points from two three field field goals and seven two point shots to average 2.86 points per game.

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    Another young Keebra Park SHS player to keep an eye on in 2022 is young Kobe Ese who in 2021 was a Queensland Samoa U14 Rugby representative.

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    On Saturday the 19th, the Titans are holding a Super Saturday of matches at Pizzey Park with a number of Titans sides playing with the main match being a Titans U19 side up against a Bronco's U19 side at 7.45pm. The first match is at 2pm.

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    The Titans have signed stand out Keebra Park SHS front rower Immanuel Kalekale for a further two seasons which will take him up until the end of the 2024 season.

    Immanuel Kalakale will join the Titans NRL squad in 2023.

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    Titans linked Oscar Laffranchi will line up in 2022 as part of the Burleigh Bears U16 Cyril Connell Cup squad.


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