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    Former Cowboys NYC player and 2019 Townsville Blackhawk front rower Jack Glossop will start from the bench for Tweed Heads tomorrow in their Queensland Cup trial against Souths Logan.

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    Former Australian school boy representative and Parramatta U20 star Jesse Cronin will start from the bench for Tweed Heads tomorrow in their Queensland Cup trial against Souths Logan.

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    Great to see Titans Rookie Squad member Caleb Hodges named in the Tweed Heads Seagulls Queensland Cup squad for their trial tonight against Souths Logan.

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    Great effort by the three Tweed Heads sides today, wins in the MM and QCup sides and a Colts drew against Souths Logan.

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    Burleigh against Easts Tigers trial results:

    Meninga Cup - Tigers 20 def Bears 4
    Hastings Deering Colts - Bears 20 def Tigers 16
    ISC - Tigers 28 def Bears 16.

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    Grafton Ghosts youngster Elliott Speed started at half and kicked four from seven for North Coast in their victory in Round One of the U18 Laurie Daley Cup against Central Coast yesterday.

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    Great to see Reshawn Anderson play so well yesterday for one of the Titans U15 sides that played in a round robin yesterday.

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    Video of the Titans U15 matches on the weekend.

    https://www.titans.com.au/news/2020/...s-u15s-trials/

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    Tanu Nona was named to start at hooker for the Northern Rivers Titans in Round One of the 2020 U16 Andrew Johns Cup against the Parramatta Eels at Cudgen however the match was cancelled due to the wet conditions but he has been named at hooker again for Round Two this weekend against Newcastle.

    In 2019 Tanu Nona was selected on the inter change bench for the Group 18 U14 side for the New South Wales Country Age Championships and played for Byron Bay/Lennox Heads in the Group 18 U15 competition.

    Previously Tanu Nona played for the Currumbin Eagles in the Gold Coast Junior Rugby League competition before his move to his current Northern New South Wales club.

    Post the 2020 U16 Andrew Johns Cup competition Tanu Nona will line up for Byron Bay/Lennox Heads in the Group 18 U16 competition.
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    The older brother of Titans star AJ, Will Brimson is a talented player in his own right. After a solid career in the NYC competition with the Brisbane Bronco’s Will Brimson started to carve out a career in the Queensland Cup with the Wynnum Manly Seagulls in 2017.

    After taking a two year break from rugby league Will Brimson looking to make his mark in 2020 with the Tweed Heads Seagulls and at only 24 years old there is plenty more to come for the backline utility.

    Will Brimson’s first match of the season came in Tweed Heads first “official” trial against Souths Logan last weekend when he started from the bench as the Seagulls prevailed seven tries to three at Tugun in wet conditions.

    Will Brimson joined the Wynnum Manly Seagulls for the start of the 2017 season after graduating from the NYC competition at the end of the 2016 season playing in sixteen matches in his debut Queensland Cup season. In those matches Will Brimson scored tries in Round Two against the Northern Pride and in Round Eighteen against the Central Queensland Capra’s. Will Brimson started eleven matches at five eight, two at half, one in the centres and his remaining matches from the interchange bench.

    In total in the Queensland Cup in 2017, Will Brimson played 1 124 minutes, running for 810 metres and made 162 tackles. His 2017 per game averages included playing 70 minutes running for 51 metres and making 10 tackles. In Rounds Fourteen and Seventeen Will Brimson ran for 103 metres with the games being against Tweed Heads and South’s Logan.

    Will Brimson spent three years in the Bronco’s NYC side, being from 2014 through to 2016 playing forty matches in total, the majority of those at halfback. In 2016 Will Brimson scored nine tries and

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    Tana Heron was named on an extended bench the Northern Rivers Titans in Round One of the 2020 U16 Andrew Johns Cup against the Parramatta Eels at Cudgen however the match was cancelled due to the wet conditions.

    However Tana Heron ahs been named to start in the second row for Round Two this Saturday against Newcastle at Ballina.

    In 2019 Tana Heron started in the second row for the Group One U15 side at the New South Wales Country Age Championships and also represented Group One at the U14 level in 2018 primarily from the interchange bench on those occasions.

    In 2019 Tena Heron played for the Kyogle Turkeys in the Group One U15 competition scoring twenty four points from four tries and four goals in eleven matches.

    Post the 2020 U16 Andrew Johns Cup competition Tana Heron will line up for the Kyogle Turkeys in the Group One U16.5 competition and may even sneak a match or two in the NRRRL U18 competition as the season progresses.

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    One player that I am looking forward to watching for the Tweed Heads Seagulls in the Mm Cup competition this season is Yorel Alapaki. The young Hooker, lock or second rower moved over from Auckland at the start of 2019 to play with the Southport Tigers in the Gold Coast Rugby League U18 Division One competition.

    Yorel Alapaki’s first match of the 2020 season was when he was part of the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup squad that defeated the Souths Logan Magpies in a trial at Tugun.

    In 2019 Yorel Alapaki started Round One of the Gold Coast Rugby League competition at hooker. Yorel Alapaki then moved to lock for Round Two against Currumbin. Yorel Alapaki scored his first try on the Gold Coast in Round Three against Runaway Bay as Southport prevailed 26 – 14 and kicked his first goal in Round Five.

    Yorel Alapaki was back in Auckland playing for Marist Saints against Manurewa Allstars in mid-June.

    I had thought that Yorel Alapaki was back in New Zealand for good but he was back starting at hooker for Southport in Round twelve against Tugun and also started at hooker in Round Thirteen against Mudgeeraba.

    In total for Southport in the GCRL U18 Division One regular season competition Yorel Alapaki played in eight matches alternating between lock and hooker (as well as a match or two off the bench), scoring six points as noted above.

    Yorel Alapaki also started at lock for Southport in their 28 – 20 U18 Division One Preliminary Final win over Ormeau to progress to the Grand Final against Burleigh and also started at lock in Southport’s 28 -12 Grand Final loss to Burleigh. When the match got ‘physical’ in the second half Yorel Alapaki was certainly in the thick of the action, charging around and making his presence felt both in attack and defence for Southport.

    In 2018 Yorel Alapaki played in the Auckland Junior Rugby League U16 competition for Marist Saints. 2018 also saw Yorel Alapaki, who is also an accomplished softball player, represent Howick College in the 2018 New Zealand National Secondary Schools Development Tournament.

    In that competition, Yorel Alapaki played in five matches with those matches being against Sir Edmund Hillary College, Onehunga High School twice, Naenae College and Whangaparaoe College. Yorel Alapaki started all five matches at lock for Howick College and scored in both finals matches being against Onehunga High School and Whangaparaoe College.

    Yorel Alapaki’s try against Onehunga High School was a case where he just wanted to score more than the defence wanted to stop him. The Howick College centre on the right, Francis Morrison, cut back inside and ran across field, Yorel Alapaki ran straight at a hole in the defensive line and upon receiving the pass barged his way over adjacent to the right upright dragging a couple of defenders with him.

    Yorel Alapaki’s try against Whangaparaoe College could not have been more different to the one discussed above. Yorel Alapaki took a hit-up on the left side of the field about sixty five metres out from the try line and after breaking through the defensive line by running over a defender outpaced the Whangaparaoe College cover defence to score an impressive try.

    Late in 2018 Yorel Alapaki was the co-captain of the Auckland Niue U16 side that played an Auckland U16 side, starting that match in the second row. In 2018 Yorel Alapaki was also captain of the Northern side in the New Zealand Development Rugby League Finals held in March.

    Yorel Alapaki also represented the Cook Islands in the U18 Rugby League Oceania Sevens tournament scoring against the Solomon Islands in Round Four.

    In 2017 Yorel Alapaki represented the Akarana Falcons U15’s at the New Zealand National Age Championships playing in matches against the Auckland Vulcans and the Northern Swords.

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    Reshawn Anderson’s first 2020 hit-out came for one of the three Titans U15 sides that played round robin matches against each other in mid- February 2020 at Burleigh’s Pizzey Park. Reshawn Anderson’s team won both of their matches.

    The Goal kicking front rower started his 2019 campaign in impressive fashion scoring two tries and kicking a conversion for Ballina as they defeated Casino RSM 54 – 4 in Round Two in the Group One U14 competition, Ballina had a Round One bye.

    In Round Three Reshawn Anderson continued his impressive form scoring a try and kicking two conversions as Ballina defeated Clarence Coast 44 – 8. Reshawn Anderson also scored a Round Six double against Lismore Marist Brothers. In Round Twelve against Grafton Reshawn Anderson added a try and a goal to his season’s points tally.

    Reshawn Anderson had a huge Round Thirteen match against Lismore Marist Brothers scoring three tries and kicking three goals to finish the match with eighteen points.

    In total in the 2019 Group One U14 regular season competition Reshawn Anderson played in eight matches for Ballina scoring sixty two points from nine tries (113% strike rate) and thirteen goals to average just under eight points per game.

    In Week One of the Finals series, Reshawn Anderson scored as Ballina progressed on the back of a 34 – 6 win over South Grafton and was also a member of the Grand Final winning side and fact was named the Player of the Match in the Grand Final.

    Post the Grand Final Reshawn Anderson’s Group One U14 Ballina side was named Team of the Group One Junior Rugby League competition for their unbeaten season. On an individual level Reshawn Anderson was also named 2019 Group One U14 Representative Player of the Year.

    Reshawn Anderson in 2019 also played two matches in the Group One U15 competition, making his debut against Casino RSM and scored his first try in that competition in Round Thirteen against Lismore Marist Brothers.

    Reshawn Anderson was named in the front row for the Group One U14 Taipans for the New South Wales Country Age Championships that were held in Port Macquarie in late September. In Group One’s first qualifying match Reshawn Anderson kicked two conversions as Group One drew 14 all with Newcastle and added a try and a conversion in Group One’s Northern Cup semi-final.

    In early in October Reshawn Anderson was part of a Titans U14/15 NRRRL side that went down 32 – 10 to the Titans U14 Gold Coast/Brisbane Academy side in a development match at Tweed Heads a match for me at least Reshawn Anderson was one of the NRRRL sides best.

    Reshawn Anderson also represented Ballina Coast High School in multiple school boy competitions in 2019 including being part of the Ballina Coast High School side that won the 2019 U15 Titans Cup when they won all four of their matches on the day.

    Ballina Coast’s wins were against Alstonville High School 11 – 10 in Round One, St Joseph’s Banora Point 20 – 4 in Round Two, Woodlawn College 12 – 6 in the semi-final and Alstonville 18 – 6 in the Grand Final.

    The powerful Ballina Seagulls junior had a great season in the 2018 Group One U13 competition where he scored seven tries and kicked seven goals to finish with 42 points from his eleven matches.

    In 2018 Reshawn Anderson scored doubles against South Grafton and Casino RSM and also scored in other matches against South Grafton, Kyogle and Lismore Marist Brothers over the course of the season.

    With the boot Reshawn Anderson kicked two conversions in a late season match against Clarence Coast in 2018 with the remainder of his seven goals coming from individual matches over the course of the season as well

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    Titan Will Evans will start on the right wing for Burleigh against the Titans on Friday night.

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    Great story (and highlights) on Jayden Campbell who will come off the bench for the Titans in their trial tomorrow night against Burleigh.

    https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nrl...fFhXuu3Wj-mJZo


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