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  1. #4111
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    Titans contracted George Etuale-Noa will start his first match since the end of the MM Cup competition when he comes off the bench for the Burleigh U18 Division One side this weekend in their Round Five match against Southport.

    In early 2019 He signed a two year deal with the Titans and in January 2019 was part of the Titans U18 side that took on a Newcastle Knights U18 squad in Coffs Harbour.

    George Etuala-Noa started in the second row for the Burleigh Bears MM Cup side in 2018, playing in all six MM Cup matches for the Bears.

    George Etuala-Noa’s first career MM Cup try came in Round Four against the Central Queensland Capra’s in a tough away match for the Bears. Playing left second row George Etuala-Noa ran into a gap in the Townsville line and was rewarded by receiving a good ball from front rower and fellow Titan Tristian Powell.

    To say that George Etuale-Noa had a good 2018 season would be an absolute understatement. For the Coomera Cutters in the U17 Division Two competition he was simply outstanding leading his side all of the way to the Grand Final.

    Over the course of the 2018 U17 Division Two season George Etuale-Noa played in fourteen matches for Coomera including the finals series scoring a competition leading twenty seven tries at an impressive strike rate of 193%.

    In the regular season George Etuale-Noa scored six tries in a late season match against Jimboomba (he scored four against them in the finals) and hat tricks against Jimboomba who must have been sick of the sight of him by seasons end and Currumbin, with those hat tricks coming in consecutive rounds. George Etuale-Noa also scored regular season doubles against Beaudesert and of course Jimboomba.

    In four matches against Jimboomba this season including one finals match George Etuale-Noa scored fifteen tries for a strike rate against the Thunder of 375%.

    In Week Two of the U17 Division Two finals series George Etuale-Noa started at lock for Coomera scoring a try as the Cutters went down 28 – 16 to Currumbin.

    In Week Three of the U17 Division Two finals series the Cutters bounced back from their previous week’s finals loss to put Jimboomba to the sword in the Preliminary winning 62 – 4 with George Etuale-Noa started in the front row and scoring four tries.

    In the Grand Final George Etuale-Noa started in the front row and scored a hat trick but could not prevent Coomera going down 24 – 18 to Currumbin.

    George Etuale-Noa also had an outstanding 2017 campaign with the Coomera Cutters playing in two different age groups and was also selected in the 2018 Burleigh Bears MM Cup training squad.

    George Etuale-Noa started off the 2017 season in the U17 Division Two competition playing in seven matches scoring against Burleigh Heads and Nerang. Around mid-season, George Etuale-Noa started playing more for the Cutters in the U16 Division Two competition where he was near unstoppable averaging a try a match through eight games.

    George Etuale-Noa started off his time in the U16 Division Two competition with a double against Nerang and finished it with a hat trick against Nerang as well. In between George Etuale-Noa scored a double against Helensvale and he also scored against Ormeau to account for his eight tries in the U16 Division Two competition.

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    After missing Round Three of the U16 Ipswich competition Titans contracted Orlando Swain scored again in Round Four as his Norths side defeated Ipswich Brothers 78 – 4.

    Orlando Swain started in the centre in Round One of the Ipswich Rugby League U16 competition for Norths Ipswich scoring against Fassifern in a 34 – 22 victory and backed that up by scoring a double in Round Two against West End as Norths prevailed 40 – 12.

    The Ipswich youngster signed with the Titans in 2018 after a standout campaign with the Queensland Maroon side at the U15 ASSRL Championships. A team mate in the Queensland Maroons side was fellow Titans contracted youngster the outstanding Burleigh lock Bailey Martin.

    In January of this year Orlando Swain started at right centre for the Titans U16 side in their match against the Newcastle Knights in Coffs Harbour. Orlando Swain did not keep too many opportunities with the ball in space but was effective none the less in terms of bringing the ball out of the Titans territory.

    Orlando Swain also started in the centres for the Titans U15 side in their match against a Balmain Tigers U15 touring squad. Like in the Newcastle match Orlando Swain was partnered in the centres by the equally talented Ezra Ubaldino.

    Orlando Swain is also part of the 2019 Queensland U16 Emerging Origin squad, with the squad completing their first camp of the year recently. At that camp, in the opposed session was on the same side as Kaleb Ngamanu and Bailey Martin.

    Early in 2019 Orlando Swain was part of the Ipswich side that contested the South East Queensland U16 Championships scoring on Match Day Four in a tough 14 – 4 loss against Gold Coast Vikings White.

    As a result of his outstanding performances on the wing for the 2018 U15 Queensland Maroon side Orlando Swain was selected in the Australian U15 Merit side where he was named on the wing.

    Orlando Swain started all four of Queensland Maroon’s matches on the wing and scored two tries, the first coming on Day One against New South Wales Combined High Schools and his second try was in the 4th minute of the final against New South Wales Combined Catholic College, a final which Queensland Maroon won 36 – 10.

    The Ipswich Grammar School student this season played for Norths Blue in the 2018 Ipswich U15 competition and through nine matches, including the finals series has scored 56 points from twelve tries and four goals.

    Orlando Swain scored a recent hat trick against Fassifern and has also scored doubles against Norths Gold, Rosewood and Redbank. Orlando Swain’s other two tries came against West End and Brothers.

    In Week Two of the Ipswich Rugby League U15 Finals series, Orlando Swain started on the wing and scored as his Norths Blue defeated a determined Redbank side 30 – 26 to progress to the Grand Final.

    In the Ipswich U15 Grand Final Orlando Swain started on the wing for Norths Blue against West End with Norths Blue going down is a close match 28 – 22 with Orlando Swain scoring one of North’s Blue’s four tries on the Sunday morning.

    Orlando Swain has an extensive representative resume including representing the Ipswich Diggers at the U14 level in 2017 and earlier this year represented Met West U15’s.

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    Even though he is U16 eligible Titans contracted Kaleb Ngamanu is once against part of the TSS First XV squad for tomorrows trials against Brisbane State High School and Gregory Terrace at the TSS campus.

    Kaleb Ngamanu is scheduled to start the trials from the bench.

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    To say that Titans linked Norths Ipswich U14 fullback David Neller had a huge match last week in Round Four of the Ipswich competition would be an understatement.

    He scored 60% of his sides points in their 58 – 0 win over Redback from four tries and seven goals.

    Through the opening four rounds David Neller has scored 66 points from eight tries and seventeen goals.

    The Ipswich Grammar School student (formerly from Mossman State High School in Queensland’s north) started the 2019 season off well in the Ipswich Rugby League U14 pre-season competition scoring twenty two points from just two matches, with all of those points coming in Round Two of the pre-season against Brothers Ipswich White when he scored two tries and kicked seven goals.

    David Neller’s 2019 pre-season stats were enough to see him finish as the competitions equal leading goal kicker (seven) and fourth leading points scorer (twenty two).

    David Neller started Round One of the Ipswich Rugby League U14 competition at fullback, scoring for Ipswich Norths and kicking one from two conversions in their 14 – 10 loss to Goodna Black.

    David Neller had a big night in Round Two against Springfield scoring a double and kicking five goals for an individual point’s haul of eighteen.

    Round Three saw David Neller in the points once again scoring a tr and kicking four goals as Norths defeated Brothers Ipswich 24 – 8.

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    Titans contracted Te Haeata Takamore scored his third try of the season for Helensvale tonight in their U15 Division One 18-12 loss to Nerang.

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    Titans contracted second rower Arama Hau scored his first try of the season tonight for Nerang in their Round Four GCRL U15 Division One 18-12 win over Helensvale.

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    After being part of the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup success, Titans contracted Ben Liyou will make his Colts debut tomorrow in Round Eleven for Tweed Heads against the Northern Pride starting in the front row.

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    After being part of the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup success, Titans contracted star in the making Juwan Compain will make his 2019 Colts debut tomorrow in Round Eleven for Tweed Heads against the Northern Pride starting in the second row.

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    Titans contracted Carsil Vaikai who captained the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup side to Queensland and National success makes his Colt debut this afternoon in Round 11 starting from the bench against the Northern Pri

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    According to reports in the Courier Mail the Titans are one of a number of NRL clubs looking to sign Ipswich product Sam Walker.

    Son of Ben Walker I believe and his deal with the Broncos ends at the end of this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    According to reports in the Courier Mail the Titans are one of a number of NRL clubs looking to sign Ipswich product Sam Walker.

    Son of Ben Walker I believe and his deal with the Broncos ends at the end of this season.
    Don’t know a lot about him but have seen him play a few times. Didn’t think much of him to be honest. I read the Roosters were going hard for him but.

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    Great article on Titans contracted youngster Taine Tuaupiki.

    https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au...MNKUSGcQpBtIjU

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    South Coast U18 far too good for Caprinornia on Day Three of the QSSRL Championships this afternoon winning 58-10 with Titans contracted Edqi Ambrosyev scoring a first half hat trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    South Coast U18 far too good for Caprinornia on Day Three of the QSSRL Championships this afternoon winning 58-10 with Titans contracted Edqi Ambrosyev scoring a first half hat trick.
    Yea mate Ediq was good , do you know whats happened to Jed he has not played last 2 games , in the live stream I could see somone in a cast on south coast bench but not sure if it was him

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    Will Evans scored in his Colts debut and Lofi Khan-Periera scores his first try as Burleigh defeated the Capra's 28-10 this afternoon.


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