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    One of the best players on the field in the 2020 GCRL U18 Division One Grand Final was Currumbin right second rower Jayden Wright.

    Jayden Wright was outstanding including scoring a strong first half try when he charged onto a pass from the dummy half down the blindside, crashing over from three metres.

    Jayden Wright was also heavily involved in Currumbin’s other first half try when he challenged a Travis May chip kick which was dropped by Burleigh as a result of Jayden Wright’s pressure for Joshua Munckton to collect and dive over under the posts.

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    In early October 2020 Levi Dangerfield was part of the Titans Group 18 U14/15 Invitational side that played a trial match against a Titans Gold Coast U14 squad with the match being played at Cbus Stadium, giving the young players a great experience with an added bonus that the players wore Titans jerseys.

    In the 2020 Group 18 U15 competition Levi Dangerfield played for the combined Cudgen/Murwillumbah side that two two games and lost eight, scoring 122 points and conceding 298 to finish the season with a -176 points differential. Post the season Levi Dangerfield was named the Cudgen Hornets Group 18 U15 Best and Fairest.

    In 2019 Levi Dangerfield played for the Group 18 U14 representative side at the New South Wales Country Age Championships, playing primarily at lock.

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    Oliver Singh played for the Currumbin Eagles in the GCRL U20 competition and had a big 2020 season including starting the GCRL U20 Grand Final at half back for the Eagles against the Helensvale Hornets last weekend.

    Oliver Singh kicked three goals from four attempts in the Grand Final and was named Player of the Match as Currumbin became 2020 Premiers on the back of a 22 – 20 victory.

    Oliver Singh was also heavily involved in three of Currumbin’s tries in the Grand Final. On the first occasion, Oliver Singh to the ball on the right side of the field, two passes off the ruck and ran at the Helensvale line from round twenty metres out with the ball out in front of his body in both hands. Just prior to contact, Oliver Singh produced an exquisite on look inside pass to Tyler Mahon who flew through the resultant gap to score.

    Oliver Singh’s other two 2020 Grand Final try involvements were as a result of pinpoint kicks. On the first of those occasions, Oliver Singh’s right foot kick towards the the right side of the field (it landed midway between the goal posts and touch line ten metres out) was spilled by the Helensvale defence for right second rower Charlie Murray to retrieve the ball and crash over under the posts.

    In the second half, Oliver Singh once again put in a kick to the right, this time coming down a metre out from the line, the Helensvale winger tries to get away from the goal line but lost the ball, with the ball being picked up by Max Mallory to dive over near the right corner.

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    A number of Titans players took part in yesterday's GPS schools Athletics Carnival:

    Titans contracted Kaleb Ngamanu was part of the TSS 4 x 100 metre Open Relay team. Kaleb Ngamanu ran the third leg of the relay for TSS who finished 7th in a time of 44.69 seconds.

    Titans contracted In 2020 Orlando Swain was also a member of the Ipswich Grammar School’s GPS Athletics squad that won the 2020 GPS Athletics Carnival last Friday. At the carnival Orlando Swain represented Ipswich Grammar School in the Discuss and Shot Put events. In the discuss, Orlando Swain had a best throw of 45.83 metres to finish 5th and Orlando Swain finished 6th in the Shot Put with a best throw in the competition of 13.49 metres.

    Titans contracted Antioch Faitala-Mariner ran 12.07 seconds in the 100 metre U16 sprint for Brisbane State High School, ran the second leg in the U16 4 x 100 metre relay with BSHS recording a time of 45.31 seconds and ran the final leg of the BSHS 4 x 400 metres relay team that finished 4th in a time of 3 minutes 59.01 seconds.

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    Hey Mdrew. What’s the feeling in the Juniors side of things with the way the Titans finished the Season and the players coming to the club ? Obviously we can’t keep them all but is there a small shift in the thoughts of the young players thinking they we stay now to see how things go ? Or has Covid like other industries put it all in limbo at the moment?
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    I would argue mate that the Junior Program is as strong as it has ever been and we have now easily surpassed the Cowboys and Broncos for the best system in Queensland and the only other NRL side that rivals the Titans is Penrith.

    The JTS program is seriously stacked and the future us very bright indeed.

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    Hey Mdrew. What’s the feeling in the Juniors side of things with the way the Titans finished the Season and the players coming to the club ? Obviously we can’t keep them all but is there a small shift in the thoughts of the young players thinking they we stay now to see how things go ? Or has Covid like other industries put it all in limbo at the moment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    I would argue mate that the Junior Program is as strong as it has ever been and we have now easily surpassed the Cowboys and Broncos for the best system in Queensland and the only other NRL side that rivals the Titans is Penrith.

    The JTS program is seriously stacked and the future us very bright indeed.
    Good to hear mate. I was curious with the impacts of COVID across all industries and walks of life weather it’s had any effect on enthusiasm to stay in the game.
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    Plenty of Titans in the U16 and U18 2021 Northern Rivers Titans sides named earlier today.

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    Mdrew, how do you know about all these titans juniors and what school/club they play for?

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    Most mate, the Northern Rivers Titans U16 and U18 squads seem to be a reasonably even split between the Group One and Group 18 Junior Rugby League competitions.

    A few of the U18 boys from northern NSW have not been named so it would appear that they will play in the MM Cup in 2021 with Tweed Heads.

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    Mdrew, how do you know about all these titans juniors and what school/club they play for?

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    The 2020 season that was for Titans 2021 recruit David Fifita:

    David Fifita started Round One of the 2020 NRL competition at left second row against the North Queensland Cowboys playing the entire eighty minutes and scoring one of the most outstanding individual tries that I have ever seen in the 57th minute of the match.

    David Fifita received the ball on the left side of the field approximately seventy metres out from the Cowboys line. David Fifita surged through the initial defensive line including brushing off Cohen Hess and one other defender. After outpacing the Cowboys cover defence including the a fore mentioned Coen Hess, David Fifita produced a brilliant right foot step to easily beat Cowboys fullback Valentine Holmes who could only throw out his right arm that barely brushed David Fifita who then outpaced Kyle Feldt to score under the posts to score one of the best individual tries that I have ever seen in any competition let alone the NRL.

    David Fifita played all eighty minutes of the match, running for 150 metres (twenty eight post contact), broke a team leading eight tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.44 seconds and made thirty one tackles at a 93.94% tackling efficiency.

    David Fifita also started at left second row in Round Two against Souths Sydney and produced another outstanding performance in his eighty minutes on the field. David Fifita ran for 154 metres (forty post contact), broke seven tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.08 seconds and made twenty six tackles at a tackling efficiency of 96.3%.

    After missing the restart of the 2020 NRL season post the Covid 19 “pause”, David Fifita came back into the Brisbane Broncos side for their Round Thirteen match against Souths Sydney playing the entire eighty minutes of the match in the right second row postion and scoring early in the second half.

    David Fifita received the ball early ten metres out from the line and brushed off Souths Sydney five eight Cody Walker before taking two other defenders over the line with him. In his return from injury David Fifita ran for 118 metres (fifity post contact), broke the line for his try, broke a team leading seven tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.05 seconds and made twenty tackles at a tackling efficiency of 95.24%.

    David Fifita maintained his spot at right second row for the Bronco’s in their Round Fourteen match against the Canberra Raiders in the nations capital playing the entire eighty minutes once again. In that time David Fifita ran for 129 metres (forty eight post contact), had a line break assist when he threw a great one armed out of the back of his right arm pass to Katoni Staggs, broke a team leading seven tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.13 seconds and made twenty five tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92.59%.

    David Fifita also started in the right second row position for the Broncos in their Round Fifteen match against St George once again playing the entire eighty minutes, running for 145 metres (seventy one post contact), broke four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.25 seconds and made eighteen tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Round Sixteen of the 2020 NRL competition saw David Fifita move to left second row for the Bronco’s against the Sydney Roosters scoring an impressive try when he stepped twice off his right foot to get into space before running over the initial Roosters defender and breaking through another with a 360 degree clockwise spin and put the ball down under the posts.

    Playing the entire eighty minutes David Fifita ran for 160 metres (seventy seven post contact), broke a team leading six tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.59 seconds, off loaded twice and made twenty three tackles at a tackling efficiency of 88.46%.

    In Round Seventeen against the Penrith Panthers David Fifita started at left second row playing the entire eight minutes, running for ninety three metres (forty three post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.59 seconds and made twenty eight tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Against his 2021 NRL side, being the Titans in Round Eighteen David Fifita started at right second row almost scoring in the first half but the bal was knocked out of his hands over the try line.

    Playing the entire eighty minutes, David Fifita ran for 132 metres (fifty nine post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.41 seconds, off loaded the ball on three occasions and made eighteen tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Round Nineteen against the Parramatta Eels saw David Fifita start at left second row playing forty two minutes and scoring a solid try when he shrugged off an attempted tackle by Mitchell Moses to run twelve metres to score. Unfortunately David Fifits suffered an ankle injury which ended his Bronco’s career.

    In his forty two minutes on the field in his Bronco’s finale, David Fifita ran for seventy four metres (twenty seven post contact), had a line break for his try, broke two tackles, played the ball at an aaverage speed of 3.32 seconds and made seven tackles at a tackling efficiency of 87.5%.

    In total in the 2020 NRL season David Fifita played in nine NRL matches, scored four tries, made four line breaks, had a line break assist, offloaded the ball eleven times, made 196 tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92.1% and ran for 1 159 metres at an average of 128 metres per game.

    Unfortunately the injury that David Fifita suffered in Round Nineteen say David Fifita miss out on being selected in the initial 2020 Queensland State of Origin training squad that was selected from players whose teams did not make the 2020 NRL Finals Series.

    At the start of the 2020 season, David Fifita was part of the Brisbane Broncos NRL Nines squad playing in both of their matches in Perth. In match One against North Queensland, David Fifita ran for eleven metres and made five tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency and in Game Two against Melbourne David Fifita ran for fifty one metres, broke two tackles and made four of his own, once again at a 100% tackling efficiency.

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    Great to see Clarence Coast Magpies youngster Kennyon Elisaia-Thomas selected to be part of the Titans Group One Elite Academy.

    This season Kennyon Elisaia-Thomas played for the Clarence Coast Magpies in the Group One U14 competition, including starting at five eight in the Grand Final and scoring a try and kicking a conversion in the Magpies 30 - 16 Grand Final victory against Grafton.

    In addition to his Grand Final points Kennyon Elisaia-Thomas scored and kicked a conversion in Round Five against Ballina (his first match of the season) and scored a double and kicked four goals for an individual points haul of sixteen points in Round Ten against Grafton.

    Kennyon Elisaia-Thomas also played one match in the Group One U15 competition this season being Round Seven when he came off the bench against Kyogle.
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    The Titans have snared impressive young Auckland front rower Immanuel Kalekale who is on his way over to the Gold Coast to be part of the Titans JTS program.

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    Great to see Kane Elgey back working for the titans working with the JTS

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    The 2020 NRL season for Tino Fa’asuamaleaui:

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui’s first action of the 2020 season came as part of the Melbourne Storm World Nine’s squad. In Perth Tino Fa’asuamaleaui played in both of the Storm’s matches. In Match One against Manly Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 59 metres from four runs, broke three tackles and also made three tackles.

    In Match Two against the Brisbane Bronco’s Tino Fa’asuamaleaui carried the ball six times, making 44 metres, broke two tackles and made seven tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency as well as diving over to score from close range.

    In total in the 2020 NRL Nine’s tournament, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui played in both of the Storm’s matches, running 103 metres from ten runs, scored a try, broke five tackles and made ten tackles of his own.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui’s first NRL hit out of the 2020 season came when he started in the front row in the Melbourne Storm’s trial against the Warriors in New Zealand producing an outstanding display as the Storm scored late to win 18 – 16.

    In the match Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 104 metres (thirty nine post contact), broke two tackles and made a team leading twenty nine tackles at a 93.55% tackling efficiency.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started from the bench in the Storms final 2020 NRL trial against North Queensland running for 110 metres (forty five post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.79 seconds and made twenty two tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started Round One of the 2020 NRL Premiership from the bench for the Melbourne Storm against Manly playing twenty nine minutes. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui made the most of that time running for 139 metres (forty one post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.54 seconds and made fifteen tackles, including some heavy contact at a tackling efficiency of 93.75%. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui was also involved in the lead up to the Storms try of the match and 2020 season for that matter.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui was also named on the bench for the Storm for Round Two against the Cronulla Sharks and was very effective in his thirty three minutes on the field. In those minutes Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for seventy two metres (sixteen post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 2.86 seconds and made twenty tackles at a 95% tackling efficiency.

    After the Covid 19 halt to the competition Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started on the bench for the Storm in their Round Three match against the Canberra Raiders. Whilst Tino Fa’asuamaleaui only played ten minutes in the second half he made the most of his time on the field running for fifty metres (twenty post contact) on seven hit-ups, played the ball at an average speed of 2.93 seconds and made eight tackles at a88.89% tacklingefficiency.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started from the bench also in Round Four against the Souths Sydney Rabbitohs and played a barnstorming twenty five minutes after coming on late in the first half. In his time on the field Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 133 metres from eleven hit-ups (fifty nine post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.34 seconds and made fifteen tackles at a tackling efficiency of 93.75%.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui was also named to start from the bench for Round Five against the Newcastle Knights scoring his career first NRL try when late in the first half Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran onto a pass from Cameron Smith from around seven metres out crashing over after breaking through a David Klemmer tackle.

    In his thirty eight minutes on the field Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 102 metres (forty three post contact), made a line break for his try, broke three tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.23 seconds and made twenty eight tackles at a 96.55%.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started from the bench once again in Round Six against the Penrith Panthers playing forty minutes in another impressive appearance. In his time on the field Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 138 metres (fifty five post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 2.87 seconds and made sixteen tackles at an 88.89% tackling efficiency.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui once again started from the bench in Round Seven against the New Zealand Warriors but found himself on the field within the first ten minutes of the match after a head knock to Christian Welch going on to play fifty five minutes.

    In his time on the field Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 174 metres (a team leading seventy seven of which were post contact), had an offload, played the ball at an average speed of 3.8 seconds and made thirty one tackles at a tackling efficiency of 83.78%.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui made a further start from the bench in Round Eight against the Sydney Roosters palying forty metres in what was an outstanding match. In his forty minutes Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 114 metres (fifty five post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at anaverage speed of 3.27 seconds and made twenty six tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92.86%.

    One of Tino Fa’asuamaleaui’s tackles in the match was a supurb low tackle in the first half when he hit the Toosters Lindsay Collins low with his right shoulder with Brandon Smith coming over the top to smash the Roosters forward dislodging the ball in one of the tackles of the 2020 NRL season.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui was to continue his run of NRL matches from the bench in Round Nine away to the Canberra Raiders but late in the week he came into the starting line up for the first time in his NRL career.

    Starting at the right second row position Tino Fa’asuamaleaui played the entire eighty minutes running for 113 metres (forty three post contact), broke five tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.74 seconds and made thirty six tackles at a 94.74% tackling efficiency.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui moved back to the interchange bench for Round Ten against the Titans and showed Titans supporters what they were getting in 2021 with a dominant display. In his forty one minutes on the field, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 120 metres (fifty one post contact), broke five tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.97 seconds and made twenty one tackles at a tackling efficiency of 95.45%.

    Round Eleven against the Brisbane Bronco’s saw Tino Fa’asuamaleaui start from the interchange bench once again. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui had an outstanding match including scoring a double. Both of Tino Fa’asuamaleaui’s tries came in the second half and both came as a result of him running off passes, the first from Dale Funicane when he crashed over amongst a host of Bronco’s and the second off a pass from Cameron Smith.

    In just fifty minutes Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for the most metres of any forward in the match, being 169, fifty one of which were post contract, broke four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.54 seconds and made twenty three tackles of his own at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui also started from the bench for the Storm in Round Twelve in their match against the Newcastle Knights and was the best player on the field, producing a dominating performance that included an impressiveg try showcasing his outstanding ability.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui burst onto a pass from Brandon Smith, receiving the ball twenty metres out from the line, breaking through two defenders in the initial Knights defensive line and then easily breaking through an attempted Kayln Ponga tackle to score fifteen metres to the left of the goal posts.

    In total in the match Tino Fa’asuamaleaui played the final sixty three minutes of the match after coming off the bench in the 17th minute. In those minutes Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 195 metres (a team leading eighty two of which were post contact), broke a team leading nine tackles, produced an off load, played the ball at an average speed of 3.55 seconds and made a team leading thirty five tackles at a tackling efficiency of 97.22%.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui also was named to start from the bench in Round Thirteen against the Canterbury Bulldogs but on game day came into the starting side at lock, going on to play seventy one minutes. In that time Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 174 metres (a team leading eighy one post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.24 seconds and made twenty nine tackles at a tackling efficiency of 91%.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui moved back to the bench for the Storms Round Fourteen match against the Sydney Roosters playing thirty five minutes in his two stints on the field. In that time, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 104 metres (fifty two post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 4.24 seconds and made eighteen tackles at a 90% tackling efficiency.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui moved back into the starting line up for Round Fifteen against the Parramatta Eels starting the match for the Storm at lock. Playing fifty four minutes in two stints, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 128 metres (sixty post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.67 seconds and made thirty tackles at a tackling efficiency of 96.77%.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui was set to move back to the bench for the Storm’s Round Sixteen NRL match against Manly but in the end started the match in the right second row position playing sixty nine minutes in the Storm 30 – 6 victory.

    In Round Seventeen Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started at lock against Souths Sydney scoring from close range when he charged onto a Cameron Smith pass to the left of the play the ball to crash over with a couple of Rabbitohs defenders hanging off him.

    In his forty nine minutes on the field Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 101 metres (thirty seven post contact), made a line break, broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.25 seconds and made forty tackles at a tackling efficiency of 97.56%.

    In his time on the field Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 182 metres (a team leading sixty six post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.87 seconds and made twenty eight tackles at a 96.55% tackling efficiency.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui also started at lock in Round Eighteen against the North Queensland Cowboys scoring once again when he ran onto a short pass to the right of the play the ball from Cameron Smith from three metres out to score under the posts.

    Playing fifty three minutes, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 167 metres (an equal team leading fifty six of which were post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.27 seconds and made an impressive thirty one tackles at a tackling efficiency of 96.88%.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui was initially named to start on the bench for Round Nineteen against the Wests Tigers but ended up starting the match in the front row playing forty seven minutes and scoring the Storm’s final try of the match when he chased through a short grubber kick from Cameron Smith to score five metres in from the left corner post.

    In his forty seven minutes on the field Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 138 metres (thirty six post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.25 seconds and made nineteen tackles at a tackling efficiency of 90.48%.

    After being rested for the final 2020 NRL regular season round Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started from the bench for the Storm in Week One of the 2020 NRL Finals series against the Parramatta Eels having an impact in his thirty three minutes on the field. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 104 metres (thirty five post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.13 seconds and made twelve tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    In the Storm’s 2020 NRL Preliminary Final against the Canberra Raiders, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui came off the bench playing forty four minutes, running seventy three minutes (twenty post contact), broke a tackle, played the ball at an average speed of 3.99 seconds and made twenty five tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92.59%.

    In the 2020 NRL Grand Final Tino Fa’asuamaleaui started from the bench against the Penrith Panthers playing twenty minutes in two stints on the field. In those twenty minutes Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for forty eight metres (twenty one post contact), played the ball at an average speed of 3.81 seconds and made four tackles.

    In total in the NRL in 2020 Tino Fa’asuamaleaui played in twenty two matches, scoring seven tries. Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 2 751 metres, made exactly 500 tackles at a tackling efficiency of 89.2%, made six line breaks, offloaded twice and made forty three tackles breaks.

    Tino Fa’asuamaleaui’s 2020 NRL per game averages included running for 125 metres and making 22.72 tackles per game whilst playing approximately forty two minutes. On a per eighty minute basis in the NRL in 2020 Tino Fa’asuamaleaui ran for 238 metres and made 43.28 tackles.

    Post the 2020 NRL Grand Final Tino Fa’asuamaleaui was named in the 2020 Queensland State of Origin squad alongside Titans, Phillip Sami, AJ Brimson and Moeaki Fotuaika.


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