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    Titans contracted William Semu has played the 2020 school boy season with the Marsden State High School Hancock Cup side but this afternoon started the Walters Cup semi-final against Keebra Park from the bench and scored in the first half when he backed up a break by his fullback to receive the ball on the inside and run fifty metres to score in the right corner of Langland's Park as Marsden progressed to Walters Cup Final on the back of a 14-12 victory.

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    Titans linked hooker Tanu Nona was outstanding this afternoon for the PBC Walters Cup side in their 18-14 semi-final victory against Wavell State High School.

    For that matter he has been outstanding across the entire competition to date.

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    An exceptional solo try from Titans contracted left centre Jahream Bula has propelled Keebra Park into the 2020 Langer Cup Grand Final next week.

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    A Thomas Weaver masterclass this evening has led PBC to a Langer Cup Grand Final next week against Keebra Park.

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    NOT HALF BAD, BOYS
    ANDREW DAWSON NIC DARVENIZA



    Playmakers ensure all Gold Coast final

    THE 2020 Langer Cup grand final will be an all Gold Coast affair after a Tom Weaver and Ryan Rivett-inspired Palm Beach Currumbin SHS beat a gallant Ipswich SHS 34-6 yesterday.

    PBC will now confront Keebra Park, whose flash of form to down Wavell SHS 32-8 in the earlier game will send shivers down the spine of its opponents next Wednesday.

    In a match featuring a wonderful forward contest, ultimately it was the deft touches of PBC halves Rivett and Weaver which proved to be decisive.

    “They were really good our halves’’ said PBC coach Brad Davis. “But that came on the back of a lot of hard work.

    “Ipswich really challenged us, they were really physical in defence and they were running really hard.

    “For us it took a lot of effort on effort to get on top of them. Having said that, what a preparation, a good, tough finals win.’’

    PBC halfback Weaver was like a drover’s dog, never far from the action and on hand to provide the final pass for his team’s first three tries.

    Rivett’s lovely short kicking game in the second half constantly turned Ipswich around. He also scored a fine individual try to wrap up the match with 13 minutes left.

    Ipswich SHS didn’t give up without a fight.

    The team abandoned the dressing room at halftime, preferring to stay out on Langlands Park for coach Joshua Bretherton’s address.

    PBC kept them waiting for the restart, but when the whistle blew for the second half it was on for young and old.

    In the end it was a clever kicking game from Rivett which generated pressure that ultimately led to Weaver putting Deine Mariner over and his side into the lead 16-6 .

    Then came Rivett’s individual try and, trailing 22-6 with 12 minutes to play, Ipswich SHS was bailing water.

    In the earlier match, a Levi Jones hat-trick launched Keebra Park into the grand final, vanquishing the demons of its seven-try defeat to Wavell in Round 1 by holding them to just eight points.

    Keebra’s lethal left edge, starring Jones, second-rower Kobe Wood, centre Jahream Bula and chiming fullback Tuvalli Khan-Pereira dismantled the Langer Cup’s top defensive side for four tries.

    Right winger Trey Peni sealed the match in the 45th minute before Klese Haas rubbed salt in Wavell’s wounds with his 61st-minute try to make it 32-4 .

    Victorious coach Glen Campbell was most impressed by how well Keebra Park executed its game plan.

    “It’s been coming,” Campbell said. “We’ve seen through our season that we’ve played some very good football for short periods and then we drifted away.”

    Two players were sent off in the final 10 minutes after a high tackle on Wavell sparked a fracas. Wavell scored its second try in the aftermath.

    PALM BEACH CURRUMBIN SHS 34

    (T Ujdur-Berghan , R Sommerville, R Rivett

    T Duckett J DeGroot, D Mariner tries; T Weaver 5 goals) d IPSWICH SHS 6

    (C Jackson try; L Williamson goal). KEEBRA PARK SHS 32 (L Jones 3,

    J Bula, T Peni, K Haas tries; T Weaver 4 goals) d WAVELL SHS 8 (I Iongi,

    M Hiding tries).
    #TitansThruNThru #WeAreReady

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    I’m all in for Weaver
    This needs to be considered when dealing with Ash
    We have Sexton, Boyd and Weaver coming through
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    With his try and two conversions for Casino RSM in their Round 7 Group One U13 32 – 20 loss to Ballina, young five eight Toby Hannah took his 2020 points tally to 48, from four tries and 16 goals.

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    On Saturday young hooker Jykoven Torrens added a further two tries to his tally as Casino RSM went down 34 – 20 to Ballina in Round Seven.

    Jykoven Torrens has now scored 15 tries from seven matches this season for a strike rate of 214%.

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    Titans linked Reece Warburton was back in the Group One U15 Clarence Coast starting line up at half back for Clarence Coast in Round Seven against Kyogle and scored as the Magpies went down 22 – 14.

    So far this season Reece Warburton has now scored three tries and kicked five goals, for a twenty two point haul to date.

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    With his four tries in Round 7 of the Group One U13 competition on Saturday in a 34 – 20 win over Casino RSM, Ballina five eight Dylan Watkins has now scored 19 tries from just seven matches for a 271% strike rate.

    Dylan Watkins then backed up to back is Group One U14 debut off the bench and scored in that match as well in Ballina’s 32-0 win.

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    Starting at fullback, Noah Waldock scored a double and kicked a conversion in Round Seven of the Group One U14 competition on Saturday as Ballina defeated Casino RSM 32 – 0. The double means that Noah Waldock has now scored five tries on the season.

    Noah Waldock then started from the bench in the U15 fixture that followed the U14 match.

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    In Round Seven of the Group One U16.5 competition on Saturday Reece Noble made the move to lock after starting in the second row in his earlier matches this season and scored a hat trick as the Seagulls defeated Casino RSM 58 – 24.

    Reece Noble has now scored five tries this Group One U16.5 season.

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    With the Clarence Coast Group One U14 side recording a forfeit victory in Round Seven against Casino RSM, Titans linked Anthony Hickling instead moved up to the Clarence Coast U15 side, coming off the bench for his U15 debut in the Magpies Round Seven 22 – 14 loss to the Kyogle Turkeys.

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    With his double on Saturday in Round Seven of the Group One U15 competition for Ballina, try scoring and goal kicking front Titans linked front rower Reshawn Anderson has now scored ten tries and kicked six goals for an individual points haul of 52 points from just six matches.

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    Titans contracted Lachlan Offley has been outstanding in the Group One U15 competition and last Saturday made his Group One U16.5 debut off the bench in Round Seven for Ballina as they defeated Casino RSM 58 – 24.


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