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    Titans linked Reshawn Anderson was named Player of the Match this afternoon as Ballina won the Group One U15 Grand Final.

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    South Tweed defeated Murwillumbah 20-16 in the Group 18 U16 Grand Final this afternoon. Kai Smallwood named Player of the match.

    2020 Best and Fairest players were Michael Roberts and Jemaine Henderson-Sabato.

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    Good win for the Clarence Coast Magpies U16.5 Group One side against Ballina in yesterdays Grand Final.

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    Well done to Titans linked AJ Hickling who was named Player of the Match in the Group One U14 Grand Final with his Clarence Coast side defeating Grafton in yesterday's decider.

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    Titans Reef Somerville (centre), Bailey Martin (front row) and Oskar Bryant (hooker) will line up for Cudgen today in their NRRRL Major sei-final against the Murwillumbah Mustangs.

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    With Titans contracted Arama Hau at the fore front Nerang were too good in their U16 Division One Grand Final against Runaway Bay.

    Some of the collisions between Arama Hau and fellow Titan Joseph Shannon had to be seen to be believed.

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    Great to see Titans contracted Ryan Foran come off the bench yesterday for Murwillumbah in their NRRRL First Grade Major semi-final against the Tweed Coast Raiders.

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    Titans contracted Rowan Mansfield crossed for another try yesterday after starting at fullback for Ballina as they defeated Byron Bay in the NRRRL U18 competition.

    Rowan Mansfield then backed up to play in Ballina's Reserve Grade match.
    Last edited by mdrew; 28-09-20 at 07:51 PM.

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    The exciting Elliott Speed moved to fullback in Round Nine of the NRRRL U18 competition on Sunday and had a day out scoring twenty four of the Rams 32 points (75%) from three tries and six goals (from as many attempts) in a 40 – 32 loss to Casino RSM.

    Elliott Speed has played at half in the earlier rounds for the Marist Brothers Rams.

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    Ultra-talented Tyrhys Williams was on the move from a position perspective in Round Nine of the NRRRL U18 competition, starting at five eight as Casino RSM defeated the Marist Brothers Rams 40 – 32 in a high scoring encounter.

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    After his Round Eight hat trick, Cole Geyer also started at hooker in Round Nine of the GCRL First Grade competition against the Burleigh Bears on Saturday afternoon recording two try assists and was heavily involved in another as the Eagles won in the final minutes of the match.

    Cole Geyer’s two try assist came in the second half with the first coming when he skipped out of dummy half to his right, throwing a short flat pass to interchange forward Ji Van Heerwaarden to crash over under the posts from close range. Cole Geyer’s second try assist resulted from a twenty metre long cut out pass to the left out of dummy half to find his left winger in space to score in the left corner.

    Cole Geyer was also heavily involved in Currumbin’s match winning try when he threw a long cut out pass once again to his left for Currumbin to get on the outside of the Burleigh compressed defensive line.

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    After missing multiple weeks of the 2020 NRL season due to injury AJ Brimson was named on the Titans extended bench for Round Twelve against the Sydney Roosters. AJ Brimson however was a late addition to the Titans side, in fact starting the match at fullback, showing no signs that his injury lay off had impacted on his performance.

    Playing all eighty minutes of the match AJ Brimson ran for ninety metres (twenty two post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.89 seconds and made four tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    AJ Brimson also started at fullback for the Titans Round Thirteen match against the North Queensland Cowboys and had an outstanding match scoring a double and running rampant whilst playing the entire match. AJ Brimson’s first try came when he backed up a break by Brian Kelly on the inside and scored his second from a great inside pass from Kevin Proctor.

    In the match AJ Brimson ran for a team leading 207 metres (twenty seven post contact), made a line break, broke four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.46 seconds and made ten tackles at a tackling efficiency of 91%.

    AJ Brimson also started at fullback in Round Fourteen against the Cronulla Sharks and in just his second match back from injury continued his impressive run on form over the entire eighty minutes. In that time AJ Brimson ran for 156 metres (thirty post contact), had a team leading two line breaks, broke three tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.09 seconds and made eight tackles at a tackling efficiency of 88.89%.

    AJ Brimson made it three NRL starts in a row at fullback in the Titans Round Fifitten match against the Canberra Raiders and scored an outstanding try in the second half when he charged onto a short pass from Jamal Fogerty to force his way over the line from seven metres.

    In his eighty minutes on the field, AJ Brimson ran for 140 metres (thirty nine post contact), broke a team leading four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.23 seconds and made nine tackles at a 90% tackling efficiency.

    In Round Sixteen against the St George Dragons AJ Brimson once again started at fullback and had an outstanding match including breaking the Dragons line to set up the Titans winning try with three minutes to go when he drew the fullback to send Jamal Fogerty away to score the match winner.

    Playing the entire eighty minutes, AJ Brimson ran for a team leading 178 metres (thirty nine post contact), had a team leading two line breaks, broke four tackles, played the abll at an average speed of 3.9 seconds and had a 90% tackling efficiency whilst making nine tackles.

    AJ Brismon continued his run of starts at fullback in Round Seventeen against the Canterbury Bulldogs an was once againt outstanding including setting up a try for Jamal Fogerty with a late first half scrum based move.

    Playing the entire eighty minutes of the match, AJ Brimson ran for 131 metres (thirty one post contact), had a line break assist for the above mentioned Jamal Fogerty try, broke four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.63 seconds and made twelve tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92.31%.

    In Round Eigheen against the Brisbane Bronco’s AJ Brimson started at fullback and continued his outstanding form in the Titans twelve point victory and as usual played the entire match, running for 173 metres (thirty post contact), had a tackle break, played the ball at an average speed of 3.56 seconds and made six tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Round Nineteen against Manly saw AJ Brimson start at fullback playing the entire eight minutes and producing a player of the match display including scoring two tries, the first of which was a seventy metre effort off a Titans tap restart and the second an inside ball from Ashley Taylor with AJ Brimson exploding for a thirty five metre run.

    Agaisnt Manly AJ Brimson ran for a team leading 200 metres (fifteen post contact), made two line breaks, broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.32 seconds and made two tackles.

    The final 2020 NRL regular season round, being Round Twenty saw AJ Brimson start at fullback against the Newcastle Knights and score two outstanding tries as the Titans finished the 2020 NRL season with a 36 – 6 victory.

    AJ Brimson’s first try was a ninety five metre effort beating five Newcastle defenders and his second was even better when he stepped off both feet on multiple occasions to beat six defenders from just twenty metres out for an unbelievable try.

    In his outstanding eighty minutes in the match, AJ Brimson ran for a team leading 212 metres (twenty seven post contact), broke six tackles, made two line breaks, played the ball at an averge speed of 4.07 seconds and made three tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    In total in the 2020 NRL competition AJ Brimsons played in nine matches, scoring seven tries, forcing two frop outs, had two try assists, a line break assist, broke the line thirteen times as well as breaking thirty tackles, ran for 1 490 metres (165 averge per match) and made sixty two tackles at an 87.4% tackling efficiency, whilst being on the field for 720 minutes.

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    After missing Round One of the 2020 NRL season Moeaki Fotuaika started from the bench against the Parramatta Eels playing thirty seven minutes in Round Two. In that time Moeaki Fotuaika ran for ninety seven metres (twenty nine post contact) from nine hit-ups, broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.5 seconds and made twenty nine tackles at a tackling efficiency of 91%.

    After the Civid 19 season postponement Moeaki Fotuaika also started in the front row in Round Three in Townsville against the North Queensland Cowboys and had a huge match including a great line break late in the second half.

    In Round Three Moeaki Fotuaika was on the field for fifty six minutes, running for a team leading 154 metres, a team leading fifty four of which were post contact. In addition to his line break Moeaki Fotuaika also broke three tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.54 seconds and made a staggering forty three tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Moeaki Fotuaika once again started in the front row in Round Four against the Wests Tigers and once again was outstanding as the Titans defeated the Wests Tigers 28 – 23 through a lst minute Phillip Sami try.

    In his fifty seven minutes on the field Moeaki Fotuaika ran for a team leading 217 metres (a team leading ninety two of which were post contact), broke an equal team leading four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.51 seconds and made thirty three tackles and a tackling efficiency of 91.67%.

    Moeaki Fotuaika was also named to start in the front row for Round Five against the Souths Sydney Rabbitohs and once again was outstanding in his sixty two minutes on the field. In that time, Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 154 metres (a team leading seventy six post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.39 seconds and made a team leading forty three tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Once again Moeaki Fotuaika started in the front row in Round Six against the St George Dragons playing a stellar match in his seventy seven minutes on the field, running for a team leading 221 metres (a team leading eighty seven of which were post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.29 seconds and made forty one tackles at a tackling efficiency of 94.35%..

    Once again Moeaki Fotuaika started in the front row for the Titans Round Seven local derby against the Brisbane Broncos playing fifty two minutes. In that time Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 154 metres ( a team leading fifty one of which were post contact), broke a team leading four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.44 seconds and made thirty tackles at a 93.75% tackling efficiency.

    Moeaki Fotuaika continued his run of starts in Round Eight against the Cronulla Sharks when he started once again in the front row. In his sixty four minutes on the field Moeaki Fotuaika ran for ninety three metres (twenty four post contact), broke three tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 2.61 seconds and made an equal team leading forty two tackles at a staggering 100% tackling efficiency.

    Moeaki Fotuaika also started in the front row in Round Nine against the New Zealand Warriors and as has become the norm had an outstanding match. In his fifty eight minutes on the field Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 134 metres (sixty four post contact), broke three tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.01 seconds and had a perfect 100% tackling efficiency whilst making a team leading thirty nine tackles.

    Moeaki Fotuaika continued his run of NRL starts in the front row in Round Ten against the Melbourne Storm and was on the field for fifty six minutes. In that time Moeaki Fotuaika ran for a team leading 105 metres (thirty six post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.61 seconds and made twenty three tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92%.

    Moeaki Fotuaika also started in the front row in Round Eleven against the Penrith Panthers and was on the field for fifty three minutes of the match. Moeaki Fotuika ran for fifty seven metres (twenty one post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.35 seconds and defensively was outstanding making forty tackles at a tackling efficiency of a perfect 100%.

    Moeaki Fotuaika maintained his starting spot in the front row for Round Twelve against the Sydney Roosters and also maintained his outstanding season in his fifty seven minutes on the field. Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 130 metres (fifty post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.85 seconds and made thirty seven tackles at a 94.87% tackling efficiency.

    Moeaki Fotuaika also started in the front row for the Titans Round Thirteen match against the North Queensland Cowboys putting in an outstanding forty three minutes on the field, running for 181 metres (a team leading ninety two post contact), broke three tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3 seconds and made nineteen tackles at a 95% tackling efficiency.

    Moeaki Fotuaika also started in the front row in Round Fourteen against the Cronulla Sharks playing sixty six minutes in his two stints on the field. Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 136 metres (forty five post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.53 seconds and had a 100% tackling efficiency of 100% whilst making his forty one tackles.

    Whilst his role may not have changed Round Fifteen against the Canberra Raiders saw Moeaki Fotuaika run out at lock and was on the field for sixty four minutes.

    Moeaki Fotuaika ran for ninety six metres (fifty one post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.58 seconds and made a team leading fifty tackles at an outstanding tackling efficiency of 98%.

    After missing Round Sixteen through suspension Moeaki Fotuaika was back into the Titans NRL side for Round Seventeen against Canterbury, being named to start from the bench against the Bulldogs but coming on afer just ten minutes due to a leg injury to Jaiman Jolliffe, playing the remainder of the match.

    In his impressive seventy minute stint Moeaki Fotuaika ran for a team leading 201 metres (a team leading seventy five of which were post contact), broke a team leading six tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.06 seconds and made forty five tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    In Round Eigheen against the Brisbane Bronco’s Moeaki Fotuaika was back in the starting line up in the front row recording an impressive sixty seven minutes. In that time, Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 179 metres (a team leading seventy one of which were post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.59 seconds and made thirty eight tackles at a tackling efficiency of 97.44%.

    Round Nineteen against Manly saw Moeaki Fotuaika start in the front row playing fifty eight minutes, running for 139 metres (forty six post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.17 seconds and made twenty three tackles at a tackling efficiency of 95.83%.

    The final 2020 NRL regular season round, being Round Twenty saw Moeaki Fotuaika start in the front row against the Newcastle Knights playing fifty eight minutes of the match. In that time, Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 171 metres (a team leading seventy one of which were post contact, broke a team leading eight tackles, played the bal at an average speed of 3.86 seconds and made twenty five tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92.95%.

    In total in the NRL in 2020 Moeaki Fotuaika played in eighteen matches, being on the field for 1 166 minutes. In that time Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 2 627 metres, 1 044 of which were post contact (39.74%), broke forty tackles, offloaded fourteen times and made 639 tackles at a tackling efficiency of 91.6%).

    Moeaki Fotuaika’s 2020 NRL per game averages included playing 64.78 minutes, running for 145 metres and made 35.5 tackles. Per eighty minutes in the NRL in 2020 Moeaki Fotuaika ran for 203.77 metres and made 49.89 tackles.

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    Round Nine of the GCRL First Grade competition on Saturday saw Jayden Campbell once again start at fullback for Burleigh against the Currumbin Eagles and once again producing a piece of magic to set up a Burleigh’s try and was heavily involved in another.

    Early in the first half, Jayden Campbell received the ball two passes to the right of a Burleigh scrum win, thirty five metres out from the Currumbin line, skipping to his right to get outside his immediate opponent and then throwing a dummy to beat the defender looking to come in, after getting through the initial line, Jayden Campbell was able to get the ball away as he was being tackled for Jamie Anderson to score in the right corner.

    As noted above Jayden Campbell was also heavily involved in another Burleigh try in the first half, when he broke the Currumbin line and after he was dragged down, Jayden Campbell got to his feet, playing the bal quickly for Burleigh to spin the ball out to the opposite side of the field for Allan Lockwood to score.

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    From a school boy rugby perspective in 2020 Titans contracted Nicholas Hilton started at No. 6 (blind side flanker) for the TSS First XV in their internal trial in mid-July 2020 even though he was still eligible for the TSS U16A school boy side. Nicholas Hilton also started at No. 6 against Nudgee College being the first trial TSS had against another GPS school. Nicholas Hilton was immediately in the match against Nudgee taking the kick off and was exceptional overall in the match including an incredible work rate in muddy and slippery conditions.

    Nicholas Hilton also started at No. 6 in the TSS First XV’s final trial against Anglican Church Grammar School on the Gold Coast where his work rate around the ground stood out once again.

    Round One of the GPS school boy rugby First XV competition proper saw Nicholas Hilton start at No. 6 for TSS against Brisbane State High School (BSHS) and such was his performance that Nicholas Hilton received a coaches honourable mention after the match. Two pieces of play in the match highlight all of the good qualities that Nicholas Hilton possesses in abundant quantities. Nicholas Hilton’s work rate and quality of play, both in attack and defence was simply outstanding over the course of the entire sixty minutes of the match.

    The first piece of outstanding play came early in the match, Nicholas Hilton through sheer hard running broke through the BSHS line and under heavy pressure off laoded to front rower Carson Latu who ran thirty metres to score.

    In the second half, after a TSS try, Nicholas Hilton waited under a high BSHS kick off with what seemed like the entire BSHS forward pack bearing down on him. Nicholas Hilton was immediately smashed as soon as he caught the ball by two BSHS forwards, but maintained his composure to quickly recycle the ball before the BSHS forwards could get back onside leading to a seventy metre try to star TSS centre Jojo Fifita down the blind side from the resultant TSS possession.

    Nicholas Hilton also started at No. 6 in Round Two against Toowoomba Gramamr School and Round Three against Brisbane Grammar School. In the pivotal 2020 GPS school boy rugby First XV Round Four match against Brisbane Boys College Nicholas Hilton once again started at No. 6 and received one vote by the TSS coaches in the Player of the Year awards.

    Round Four saw Nicholas Hilton continue in the No. 6 jersey for TSS against Gregory Terrace on the Gold Coast as he did in Round Five against Ipswich Grammar School.

    Post the TSS GPS First XV rugby season Nicholas Hilton was named as the 2020 First XV’s best defender.

    TSS had a Round Six bye but the TSS First XV side played a “trial” against Downlands College with Nicholas Hilton starting the match at No. 6 (blind side flanker) and was on the winning side as TSS finished their 2020 season with a 50 – 24 victory.


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