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    Titans linked local Tom Neale has won the Titans jersey on a number of occasions already in his career including for the Titans early this season against the Newcastle Knights in Coffs Harbour.

    Tom Neale started the 2019 season as part of the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup squad, coming into the side in Round Four when he started from the bench against Central Queensland, Tom Neale also started from the bench in Rounds Five and Six against Wynnum Manly and the Mackay Cutters respectively.

    From a club perspective, Tom Neale played for Burleigh in the GCLR U18 Division One competition including starting the Grand Final at half and scoring as the Bears defeated Southport 28 – 12 in a tough encounter.

    In total in the GCRL U18 Division One competition in 2019 Tom Neale played in eleven matches scoring eighteen points from four tries and a late season conversion against Mudgeeraba. In addition to his Grand Final try Tom Neale also scored against Ormeau, Runaway Bay and Helensvale.

    In 2018 Tom Neale played in twelve matches for Burleigh in the GCRL U17 Division One competition scoring three tries across the journey with those tries coming against Helensvale, Bilambil and Ormeau.

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    If you need any proof that the Titans look far and wide for the best young players to bring into their JTS program, you need to look no further than Bryton Nimo.

    The young Titans contracted former Chinchilla Five eight has had a horror run of injuries in recent seasons, including two dislocated hips but has continued forward and been rewarded with a two year contract with the Titans and in 2020 was set to be part of the Tweed Heads Seagulls MM Cup squad.

    In early October 2019 Bryton Nimo started from the bench for the Titans U16 side that defeated PNG U16’s 44 – 12 at Burleigh’s Pizzey Park on a great Friday night of rugby league. The match was Bryton Nimo’s first of hopefully many in Titans colours.

    In 2019 Bryton Nimo played for Chinchilla in the Roma and Districts Junior Rugby League competition, starting the U16 Grand Final at five eight and scoring a double as Chinchilla defeated Red Bulls 30 – 28 in an exciting Grand Final with Chinchilla coming back from a 20 – 6 deficit to ultimately win the Grand Final.

    In addition to his Grand Final double, Bryton Nimo also scored a double against Mitchell in Round One of the Roma and Districts U16 competition. Bryton Nimo also played in the U16 Roma and Districts Junior Rugby League competition in 2018.

    In 2019 Bryton Nimo represented South West at the QSSRL U18 Championships at Roma and that is where I believe that he was first spotted by the Titans.

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    Grafton Ghosts second rower Lockie McLaughlin is part of the Titans 2020 Group One Academy squad that was training on a weekly basis in Ballina in Northern New South Wales, Ghosts team mate Joshua Donovan-Skinner is also part of the Titans squad.

    The Grafton High School student played the 2019 Group One U13 season with the Grafton Ghosts and started in his sides 24 – 16 Grand Final victory over the Clarence Coast Magpies scoring in the Premiership victory when he burst down the left side of the field and outpaced the Magpies cover defence to score . As a result of his outstanding performance in the match Lockie McLaughlin was deservedly named Player of the Grand Final.

    In the 2019 Group One U13 competition Lockie McLaughlin played in eleven matches including the finals series scoring twelve tries (109% strike rate) and kicked a conversion when he converted his own try against South Grafton in early June. His twelve tries meant that Lockie McLaughlin finished the 2019 Group One U13 season as the competitions fifth highest try scorer and second highest try scoring forward.

    Lockie McLaughlin scored a Round One hat trick against Lismore Marist Brothers and added a further hat trick against Lismore Marist Brothers later in the season. Lockie McLaughlin also scored a double against South Grafton as well as scoring in matches against Ballina, Casino RSM and against South Grafton in the 2019 Preliminary Final.

    In 2018 Lockie McLaughlin played in thirteen matches in the Group One U12 competition finishing the season with twenty four points comprising of four tries and the same number of goals with his four tries coming from doubles against Casino RSM and South Grafton.

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    Coomera Cutters forward Makau Waiapu was part of the Titans U13 side that defeated the Western Mustangs 40 – 12 at Mudgeeraba in February 2019 in hot and steamy conditions.

    Early in the 2019 season Makau Waiapu was named in the Gold Coast Vikings U13 squad for the South East Queensland Hill Stumer Championships where he started in the front row.

    Makau Waiapu started the opening three rounds of the GCRL U13 Division One competition in the front row for Coomera.

    In total in the GCRL U13 Division One regular season competition Makau Waiapu played in eleven matches primarily in either the front row or second row, scoring ten tries including scoring four tries in Round Nine against Runaway Bay and a Round Fourteen double also against Runaway Bay.

    Makau Waiapu also scored in Round Two against Ormeau, Round Twelve against Helensvale.

    In the first week of the Finals series, Makau Waiapu started in the second row and scored as Coomera defeated Southport 46 – 24.

    Makau Waiapu also started in the second row in Week Two of the Finals against Burleigh with the Cutters season coming to an end with their loss.

    2018 saw Makau Waiapu play in the Gold Coast Rugby League U12 Division One competition for the Coomera Cutters, playing primarily in the second row. In his thirteen matches, including finals, Makau Waiapu amassed sixteen points from three tries and two goals.

    Makau Waiapu’s three tries came in the opening three rounds against Mudgeeraba, Currumbin and Burleigh Maroon. In the Round One match Makau Waiapu kicked his first conversion and kicked his second in June against Burleigh White.

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    One of the most impressive young players in the 2019 Group One U13 competition was Clarence Coast Magpie Tyrelle Waters who finished the season as the competitions equal leading try scorer with fifteen tries from just thirteen matches (115% strike rate) equal with fellow Titan Joshua Donovan-Skinner. Joshua Donovan-Skinner also kicked two goals (against South Grafton and Casino RSM) to finish the 2019 season with a total points haul of 64.

    Tyrelle Waters is part of the Titans 2020 Group One Academy squad that is training on a weekly basis in Ballina in Northern New South Wales.

    Tyrelle Waters scored a mid-season hat trick against Kyogle and added doubles against Lismore Marist Brothers and Kyogle in Rounds One and Two and scored a further double against Casino RSM later in the season. Tyrelle Waters also scored in matches against South Grafton and Grafton twice, Ballina and Casino RSM.

    In 2018 Tyrelle Waters played in fourteen matches in the Group One U12 competition finishing with a 100% strike rate with fifteen tries. He also kicked three goals in finish the 2018 U12 Group One season with sixty six points. Included in his try scoring tally in 2018 were hat tricks against South Grafton and Ballina and two doubles against Lismore Marist Brothers.

    Tyrelle Waters was also one of Clarence Coast’s try scorers in the 2018 Group One U12 Grand Final as the Magpies defeated Lismore Marist Brothers in a 20 -18 thriller with Tyrelle Waters starting the match in the second row.

    In 2018 Tyrelle Waters also played in one U13 match which came against Lismore Marist Brothers in late May.

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    2018 New South Wales U12 rugby league representative Noah Waldock (from St Francis Xavier College Ballina) continued his rise in the junior rugby league ranks in 2019 with a great season for the Ballina Seagulls in the Group One U13 competition finishing his impressive season third on the try scoring list with thirteen tries from eleven matches (118% strike rate), second on the goal kicking tally (thirteen goals) and second overall from a points scoring perspective (seventy eight points).

    Noah Waldock is currently part of the Titans 2020 Group One Academy squad and hopefully this is just the start of a long and fruitful association with the Titans.

    Noah Waldock had a great 2019 Group One U13 Round One scoring a hat trick and kicking a conversion against South Grafton and followed that up with a Round two double against Casino RSM. Noah Waldock added further doubles against Clarence Coast and Casino RSM later in the season as well as scoring in matches against Lismore Marist Brothers (three separate matches including finals) and Kyogle.

    From a goal kicking perspective, Noah Waldock kicked three goals against Lismore Marist Brothers and kicked two conversions in matches against Casino RSM, Clarence Coast and Grafton over the course of the 2019 season.

    In 2019 Noah Waldock also played five matches in the Group One U14 competition making his debut in May against Clarence Coast. Noah Waldock played in the U13 match immediately prior to all five of his U14 appearances this season.

    In 2018 Noah Waldock Scored thirty six points from seven U12 Group One matches scoring eight tries (114% strike rate) and kicking two goals. Six of his tries came from doubles against Lismore Marist Brothers, Casino RSM and Grafton.

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    Titans linked Helensvale Hornets lock or centre Jay Blazek started from the bench for the Titans U16 side in their early October match against PNG U18’s at Burleigh’s Pizzey Park ground with the Titans winning 44 – 12 on the Friday night in ideal conditions for rugby league.

    In the 2019 season Jay Blazek played twelve matches for the Hornets in the GCRL U16 Division One competition scoring three tries including a double in a Week One Finals loss 42 – 20 to Burleigh. Jay Blazek’s other try came in Round Twelve against Runaway Bay as he finished the season with a 25% strike rate.

    Early in 2019 Jay Blazek was part of the Gold Coast Vikings U16 train on squad and then represented the Gold Coast Vikings White side in the South East Queensland U16 Pre-season Challenge against sides from Ipswich, Brisbane (three teams) and Gold Coast Vikings Yellow.

    In 2018 Jay Blazek played eleven matches for Helensvale in the U15 Division One competition scoring five tries (45.45% strike rate) including a double against Mudgeeraba and also scored against Currumbin in two separate matches to account for the majority of his five tries.

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    In relation to pure speed in the Titans JTS program it is hard to go past Reee Warburton.

    The young flyer from the Clarence Coast Magpies played in ten matches in the 2019 Group One U14 competition this season and scored in all of them to finish with eighteen tries on the season for an exceptional 180% try scoring strike rate. Reece Warburton also kicked fifteen goals to break through the 100 point mark, finishing with 102.

    Reece Warburton’s season started with a bang scoring five tries and kicking two goals in Round One against Lismore Marist Brothers and went from strength from strength from there. He added a late season hat trick against South Grafton as well as a double against Ballina.

    Reece Warburton’s remaining tries came in separate matches against Kyogle, South Grafton, Casino RSM twice and Grafton twice.

    This season Reece Warburton was also part of the McLean High School U14 side that defeated Grafton High School in the U14 DEX Shield Final.

    Reece Warburton also played touch for McLean High School in 2019 and was part of their U15 side that went through the Northern Rivers Zone competition undefeated and as a consequence made the Northern Rivers Zone team.

    The MacLean High School student’s 2019 was no fluke as was evidenced by his 2018 season. In 11 Group One U13 matches in 2018 he averaged two tries per game (200% strike rate) and also kicked 14 goals to finish the season with 116 points.

    Reece Warburton scored five tries in a June match against Kyogle and added four in Round One against Casino RSM. In addition he scored hat tricks against Lismore Marist Brothers and South Grafton, going on to score in ten of his eleven matches.

    In 2018 he also played in eight Group One u14 matches for Clarence Coast scoring in four of them being against Lismore Marist Brothers, Kyogle and Grafton in two matches. He also kicked four goals including three in June against the Kyogle Turkeys.

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    Powerful lock from the Clarence Coast Magpies Malik Elabbasi is currently part of the Titans Group One Academy Squad.

    In 2019 Malik Elabbasi played for the Magpies in the Group One U14 competition and also played for McLean High School in the U14 DEX (Daily Examiner) Shield school boy rugby league competition leading his side to Final’s success in the long running and vitally important regional school boy competition and was deservedly named 2019 U14 Player of the competition.

    In 2019 Malik Elabbasi also represented Group One at the U14 New South Wales Country Age Championships, starting at lock in all three of the Taipan’s matches.

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    Anthony (AJ) Hickling is a young man from the Clarence Coast Magpies who is currently part of the Titans Group One Academy Squad.

    In 2019 AJ Hickling played in the Group One U13 competition with the Magpies, including scoring in their Grand Final Qualifying Final against Lismore Marist Brothers when he split the Rams defence on the right side of the field and was able to bring the ball around to score under the posts with a number of defenders trailing in his wake.

    AJ Hickling was also part of the Magpies Group One U13 Grand Final side that went down 24 – 16 to the Grafton Ghosts in the decider. AJ Hickling also scored in the Grand Final getting Clarence Coast back in the match before Grafton pulled away again after scoring their third try of the match.

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    The 2019 season that was for Titans linked Kye Cooper

    Late in 2019 Kye Cooper played for a Titans U14/U15 NRRRL Invitational side against a Titans U14 Gold Coast/Brisbane side at Piggabeen starting the match at five eight with the result being that the NRRRL side went down 32 - 10.

    Kye Cooper started the 2019 Group One U14 competition off in outstanding form scoring two tries and kicking two goals for Ballina in their 34 – 6 win in Round One against the South Grafton Rebels.

    Kye Cooper was on fire once again in Round Two scoring five tries and kicking two conversions as Ballina defeated Casino RSM 54 – 4.

    Kye Cooper continued his try scoring feats in Round Three scoring a double as Ballina defeated Clarence Coast 44 – 8.

    In Round Five against Lismore Marist Brothers Kye Cooper finished with an individual points tally of twelve from two tries and two goals in a big win against Lismore Marist Brothers.

    Round Seven saw Kye Cooper continue to add points to his season tally when he kicked two conversions in a 38 – 0 win over Kyogle.

    In Round Ten against Casino RSM continued his outstanding season by scoring a hat trick and kicking two goals.

    Round Twelve against Grafton saw Kye Cooper add two tries and three goals to his already impressive 2019 points tally.

    Kye Cooper added a hat trick and four goals in finish the Round Thirteen match against Lismore Marist Brothers with an individual point’s tally of twenty.

    In total in the Group One U14 regular season Kye Cooper scored 112 points from nine regular season matches, from nineteen tries and eighteen goals.

    In Round One of the Finals series, Kye Cooper scored a try and kicked five goals as Ballina defeated South Grafton 34 – 6 and was also a member of the Ballina side that won the Grand Final.

    Post the Grand Final Kye Cooper’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 Kye Cooper was named Group One U14 Player of the Season.

    Kye Cooper made his Group One U15 debut in Round Thirteen against Lismore Marist (he had scored twenty points in the preceding U14 match)kicking a late conversion in a 32 – 18 Ballina win.

    The St Johns College Woodlawn student was selected in the New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges (CCC) Lismore Diocese U15 side for their for the NSW CCC selection trials that were held in Sydney commencing 25 May, very impressive for a 14 year old.

    The result was that Kye Cooper was selected in the New South Wales Combined Catholic Colleges U15 Country side.

    Kye Cooper was named at five eight for the Group One U14 Taipans representative side for the New South Wales Country Age Championships that were held in Port Macquarie in late September and kicked a conversion in Group One’s 26 – 10 Northern Cup Final loss to Central Coast.

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    Íne of the more intriguing players with a Titans link is Northern NSW youngster Ziah Piggott.

    The centre or fullback was one of the players that represented one of the Titans U15 squads that played each other and a Western Mustangs selection at Mudgeeraba in February 2019.

    Ziah Piggott played the 2019 season with Kyogle in the Group One competition, playing in both his regular U15 age group and also playing a number of matches “up” in the U16.5 competition.

    In the 2019 Group One U15 competition Ziah Piggott played nine regular season matches for Kyogle scoring fourteen tries (156% strike rate) including a big match in Round Four when he scored four tries against Lismore Marist Brothers in a 36 – 14 win for the Turkeys. In fact Ziah Piggott finished five tries clear on the Group One U15 top try scorers list such was the outstanding season that Ziah Piggott had.

    Ziah Piggott also had a big Round Six match scoring four tries for Kyogle as they defeated Clarence Coast 38 - 12.

    Ziah Piggott’s other 2019 Group One regular season U15 tries included a double against Casino RSM and he also scored against came against Ballina, Lismore Marist Brothers, Casino RSM and Clarence Coast.

    Ziah Piggott added a further U15 try in Week One of the Group One finals series but unfortunately Kyogle fell 26 – 10 to Ballina.

    Ziah Piggott’s 2019 season came to an end when Kyogle went down 18 – 12 to Clarence Coast in the 2019 Group One U15 Preliminary Final.

    Ziah Piggott in 2019 also represented the Group One U15 representative side at the New South Wales Country Age Championships starting all three of their matches in the centres scoring three tries including a double in his second match of Day One against Group 19. Ziah Piggott also scored on Day Two against Central Coast.

    In the 2018 Group One U16.5 competition Ziah Piggott played in nine matches, his debut being against Clarence Coast in Round Two scoring on debut. In addition to his Round Two try, Ziah Piggott also scored against Lismore Marist Brothers Blue in Round Four and he also scored a double against Lismore Marist Blue in Round Twelve.

    In relation to all of his 2019 Group One U16.5 matches, Ziah Piggott played in the fixture after playing in the U15 match earlier in the day.

    Ziah Piggott was named in the centres for the 2019 Group One U15 Taipans for the New South Wales Country Age Championships that were held in Port Macquarie in late September. Ziah Piggott scored a double in Group One’s Northern Plate 40 – 10 win over Group 19 and scored again in Group One’s Northern Plate semi-final loss 38 – 12 to Central Coast.

    In 2018, Ziah Piggott played fifteen matches including starting the Grand Final at fullback in the Group One U14 competition, scoring twenty tries (133% strike rate), including scoring a hat trick in Round Two against Clarence Coast.

    Mid-season in 2018, Ziah Piggott had an incredible string of five straight games where he scored a double in each match with those matches coming in order against Grafton, Ballina, Casino RSM, Lismore Marist Brothers and Clarence Coast.

    2018 also saw Ziah Piggott play one match in the Group One U15 competition scoring a double on debut against the South Grafton Rebels in July after playing in the U14 fixture earlier in the day.

    Ziah Piggott represented the Group One U14 representative side in 2018, starting at fullback in all five of their matches in the New South Wales Country U14 Age Championships including scoring in their Plate Final victory against Group Nine 22 – 18, with Ziah Piggott’s try the one that gave the lead to Group One for good late in the second half.

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    Second rower Jake Lenard from the Clarence Coast Magpies club in Northern New South Wales was part of the Titans U15’s that played against another Titans and Western Mustangs sides at Mudgeeraba in February 2019.

    Jake Lenard missed a number of rounds of the 2019 Group One U15 competition due to injury but bounced back in a big way in Round Twelve scoring a hat trick against Casino RSM.

    In Week One of the Group One U15 Finals series, Jake Lenard had a big hand in Clarence Coast’s 42 – 10 win over Lismore Marist Brothers contributing a double to the win and also started in the Grand Final as Clarence Coast defeated Ballina 14 - 10.

    Jake Lenard was named on the interchange bench for the Group One U15 Taipans representative side for the New South Wales Country Age Championships that were held in Port Macquarie in late September and post those Championships was named the Group One U15 Representative Player of the Year.

    In 2019 Jake Lenard also represented the Northern region NSW CCC U15 rugby league side at their trials held in May in Sydney after the Maclean High School student stood out for the Northern Rivers side in the Northern Trials.

    In 2018, Jake Lenard finished as the Group One U14 competitions second leading try scorer with twenty one tries from just fifteen matches (140%), scoring in all but two of those matches, with those matches being against Ballina and Kyogle.

    Jake Lenard scored four tries in a mid-June match against Casino RSM and scored a hat trick against Grafton in July 2018. Jake Lenard also scored four doubles which were against Casino RSM in two separate matches, Kyogle and Grafton.

    Jake Lenard also played four matches in the Group One U15 competition in 2018, making his debut against Casino RSM in early April and celebrated by scoring a double. He had also scored a double earlier in the day in the U14 match.

    Jake Lenard went on to play a total of six U15 Group One matches in 2018 and in addition to his debut double also scored against Casino RSM once again later in the season and against Kyogle.

    Jake Lenard also played in five matches for the Group One U14 representative side in 2018, playing in five matches in their New South Wales Country U14 Championship campaign including starting from the bench in their Plate Final 22 – 18 victory over Group 9.

    In 2017 Jake Lenard a few other positions from the Clarence Coast Magpies junior rugby league club in the Group One Junior Rugby League competition in Northern New South Wales continued his outstanding try scoring feats throughout the 2017 Group One JRL U13 competition, where the former U12 New South Wales representative scored a staggering 35 tries in just eleven games. Understandably Jake Lenard leads the try scoring list for his age group.

    Jake Lenard scored six tries in a May match against Grafton and five against Ballina in August. In addition Jake Lenard scored four tires twice, coming against Kyogle and Casino RSM and also hat tricks against Casino RSM, Marist Brothers, Ballina and Grafton. Jake Lenard in 2017 played two matches in the U14 Group One JRL competition with those matches being against Ballina and South Grafton.

    Scoring tries is not a foreign experience for Jake Lenard as in 2016 at the U12 level he scored 20 tries from ten matches. To round off his points scoring this season, Jake Lenard also converted one of his tries in the Round Two clash against Casino RSM.

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    Juwann-Claude Wetere. The powerhouse young Runaway Bay Seagulls centre had a great match for the Titans U13 Invitational side in their 40 – 12 win over the Western Mustangs at Mudgeeraba with Juwann-Claude Wetere starting the match at left centre.

    Juwann-Claude Wetere contributed a double (it could have been a hat trick, sorry I lost count and from my angle it was difficult to see across to het opposite corner) including a long range effort when he ran off a great ball from Titans five eight Coby Black who had pocked his nose through the defensive line before offloading to his left to Juwann-Claude Wetere.

    Early in the 2019 season Juwann-Claude Wetere was named in the Gold Coast Vikings U13 squad for the Hill Stumer Championships where he played right centre.

    Juwann-Claude Wetere started at five eight in Round One of the GCRL U13 Division One competition for Runaway Bay against Currumbin and made an impressive start to the season scoring four tries as his Seagulls side defeated Currumbin 52 - 0.

    Juwann-Claude Wetere also scored early season tries against Southport in Round Two and Helensvale in Round Four. In Round Six Juwann-Claude Wetere was outstanding on his way to scoring a hat trick and in Round Thirteen added a double against Ormeau and added a further double in Round Fourteen against Coomera.

    In total in the GCRL U13 Division One competition Juwann-Claude Wetere scored fifteen tries from just eleven matches to finish the regular season with a 136% try scoring strike rate.

    Juwann-Claude Wetere played just the six matches for Runaway Bay in the 2018 GCRL U12 Division One competition but in those matches finished with a strike rate of 117%, scoring in all bar one match which was against Helensvale in June.

    Juwann-Claude Wetere scored doubles against Ormeau and Southport and also scored Currumbin, Coomera and Burleigh Maroon. Juwann-Claude Wetere also kicked one goal over the course of the season, with that goal coming against Currumbin in June.

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    Izayah Petricevich. One player in the Titans U13 side that defeated the Western Mustangs 40 – 12 in February was Nerang Rooster Izayah Petrichvich when he played left centre and scored two tries. In the match Izayah Petricevich also spent some time in the second half on the left wing.

    Early in the 2019 season Izayah Petricevich was named in the Gold Coast Vikings U13 squad and played left centre in the Championships including scoring in the Vikings first match on Day one diving over in the left corner against Brisbane Red.

    Izayah Petricevich started the 2019 GCRL club season for Nerang in their Round One match against Ormeau.

    Izayah Petricevich moved to five eight for Round Four scoring as Nerang went down 68 – 10 to Burleigh.

    In total for Nerang, Izayah Petricevich played in three GCRL U13 Division One matches scoring against Burleigh as noted above.

    With the movement in the U13 competition, Izayah Petricevich also played in five U13 Division Two matches scoring seven tries (140% strike rate) including a hat trick against Mudgeeraba in Round Eleven and a Round Twelve double against Helensvale. Izayah Petricevich’s other 2019 U13 Division two regular season tries came against Burleigh White and Jimboomba.

    In 2018 Izayah Petricevich finished the Gold Coast Rugby League U12 Division One competition as the second leading try scorer with nine tries from ten matches, playing primarily in the second row.

    Izayah Petricevich scored hat tricks against Currumbin and Coomera, a double against Burleigh Marron, with his other try coming in Round Two against Mudgeeraba.

    In 2019 Izayah Petricevich was also a key member of the Coombabah State High School Year 8 Renouf Cup school boy side including scoring a 90 metre long range half try as Coombabah overcame a six point half time deficit to defeat Forest Lake State School 36 – 16 in the Renouf Cup Grand Final.

    Izayah Petricevich started the match at left centre and scored when in the second half. Forest Lake State High School spun the ball to the left but the ball was dropped out wide when they were on the attack.

    From a standing start Izayah Petricevich retrieved the ball and took off down the left touch line, at one point it appeared that the Forest Lake fullback would get to him but Izayah Petricevich was able to put on an extra burst of speed to break the jumper grab to score.


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