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    Titans contracted Xavier Stowers will face a lot of his Titans U19 team mates when he comes off the bench for the Ipswich Jets this Saturday in Round One of the MM Cup against Tweed Heads.

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    One of the best and most consistent players for the Burleigh Colts side over the last couple of seasons has been half Cameron Brown and he was at in again last weekend in Burleigh’s Colts trial against the Easts Tigers at ended in a 20 all draw.

    Cameron Brown started at halfback in the trial, operating on the left with Cameron Brown scoring a 90 metres intercept try in the second half as well as being heavily involved in multiple other positive plays for the Bears.

    Cameron Brown also produced some smart pieces of play in the match, including in the 24th minute when he smartly blacked an attacking grubber kick with his left foot, picking the ball up and making a couple of additional metres to ease the pressure on his team.

    Cameron Brown was at it again in the 33rd minute of the first half when he tracked back to retrieve an Easts chip kick, after retrieving the ball Cameron Brown burst through the fractured Easts defensive line running sixty metres before looking to offload to his left to his fullback, but unfortunately the ball went to ground.

    In the early minutes of the second half, Cameron Brown who operated on the left side of the field in the match showed that he is not adverse to taking the line on, when he dummied to his left then stepping off his right foot to beat one defender before being collared, Cameron Brown however was able to get his arms free to offload to keep the play going.

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    Burleigh’s Cole Geyer has had a busy start to the 2021 season, playing multiple matches in the pre-season.

    Cole Geyer’s first 2021 hit-out was in late January when he started at hooker for the Burleigh Bears Hastings Deering’s Colts side that went down 32 – 20 (no conversions) to a Titans U19 side. Cole Geyer was busy in his time on the field and kicked a great 40/20 in the first half out of dummy half with his right foot.

    In his second stint in the second half, Cole Geyer highlighted why he star is on the rise, scoring one try and setting up another. For anyone that saw Cole Geyer play for the Currumbin Eagles in the 2020 GCRL First Grade competition, his try would not have been a surprise. Cole Geyer packed in at lock in a scrum where Burleigh had the scrum feed ten metres out from the Titans line. Cole Geyer picked the ball up from the back of the scrum and darted to his left and was simply just too quick for the Titans defenders to three metres to the right of the uprights in the 76th minute of the match.

    Minutes earlier Cole Geyer recorded a try assist when he put a Burleigh runner through a gap to score under the posts from ten metres out. Once again Cole Geyer packed in at lock and once again picking the ball up at the back of the scrum and darting to his right parallel to the Titans defensive line before popping a short pass to his left to put the Bears forward over under the posts.

    Cole Geyer started the Burleigh Queensland Cup sides first 2021 trial when he started from the bench against the Titans at Burleigh in mid-February making an impact when he came on to play in the dummy half role for the final fifteen minutes of the match.

    Cole Geyer very nearly added his name in the Burleigh try scoring list in the match when in the 72nd minute he raced out of dummy half to his right from five metres out but was tackled by Tannah Boyd who was able to twist Cole Geyer onto his back and hold him up directly under the goal posts.

    Cole Geyer was in fact the reason that Burleigh were in such a good attacking position. A minute earlier Cole Geyer ran to his left out of dummy half grubber kicking through the Titans line as the defence moved up. It appeared that Cole Geyer would regain position and progress down field but he was tackled prior to taking possession thus Burleigh were awarded a penalty for that transgression.

    Cole Geyer started from the bench in the Bears 2021 Hastings Deering’s Colts trial against the Easts Tigers with Cole Geyer initially playing at lock when he came on before moving into the dummy half role later in the first half.

    As usual Cole Geyer was heavily involved in everything and was one of the Bears try scorers when he darted out of dummy half to his left from three metres out and diving between two defenders to score mid-way between the corner post and goal posts on the left side of the field.

    Earlier in the match, Cole Geyer also darted out of dummy half, once again to his left to make fifteen metres downfield.

    Midway through the first half, Cole Geyer showcased his ability to kick out of dummy half when from close range Cole Geyer produced a right foot stab kick into the in-goal which had to be forced dead by the Tigers fullback.

    Cole Geyer’s kicking out of dummy half was displayed once again in the second half, when in the 30th minute of that half, Cole Geyer produced a right foot stab kick out of dummy half to the left of the ruck. The kick was ideally weighted into the in-goal and forced the Easts Tigers defence to take the ball dead and have to restart by way of a goal line drop out.

    When he came back onto the field in the second half, Cole Geyer moved straight into the dummy half role for Burleigh an as usual was involved in almost everything including a strong twenty metre run through the centre of the ruck out of dummy half. Cole Geyer moved a step out of dummy half to his right, dummying in that direction before straightening up and making that a fore mentioned twenty metres to be brought down ten metres short of the line.

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    Since his move over from New Zealand Titans contracted Sam McIntyre has played in a number of matches for both the Titans U19 side and a trial for the Burleigh Bears Hastings Deering’s Colts side.

    In January 2021 Sam McIntyre played his first match in a Titans jersey when he started from the bench for the Titans U19 side in their annual match at Coffs Harbour against the Newcastle Knights with the Titans dominating the match, especially in the second half to record a 40 – 6 victory after leading 16 – 6 at half time.

    Initially when he came on Sam McIntyre played on the right before moving to the left side of the field in the second half. It was on the left side of the field where Sam McInrtyre scored, when he ran into a gap and was fed a pass down a short blind side by Oskar Bryant to charge ten metres to score when he ran over the Knights fullback to ensure that he got the ball down to be awarded his first try in his first game in a Titans jersey.

    Sam McIntyre also produced an outstanding run in the match in the 5th minute of the second half. After a break down the right touchline by Samuel Shannon, the Titans spun the ball back to the left, with Sam McIntyre receiving the ball then immediately stepping off his right to beat one defender and drag two more another ten metres. After a quick Sam McIntyre play the ball the Titans crossed in the left corner but the play was called back for an earlier forward pass.

    Sam McIntyre also produced a smart piece of attacking play mid-way through the second half. Sam McIntyre was taking a hit-up to the right of the play the ball when he Knights defender flew out of the line trying to put a big hit on him, but Sam McIntyre saw him coming stepping off his left with the Knights defender clutching at thin air. Sam McIntyre was then able to make an additional six metres as well as getting a subsequent quick play the ball, when things could have been substantiionally different but for his quick foot work.

    A week after the match against the Newcastle Knights Sam McIntyre once again lined up for the Titans U19’s as they took on a Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts squad with the Titans winning 32 – 20 with no conversions attempted.

    Sam McIntyre started the match from the bench before coming on at half time playing the entire second half in the left second row position and shortening up a few of the Bears forwards with heavy hits to the ribs. Similarly when he ran the ball in the second half, Sam McIntyre left a couple of Bears in his wake after dropping his shoulder into then when they attempted to tackle him.

    Sam McIntyre made his first appearance for the Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts side when he started at left second row in the Bears trial against the Easts Tigers which finished in a twenty all draw. Sam McIntyre made some strong runs in the match including a big run from the kick-off after Branden Amundsen scored the Bears first try of the match.

    Late in the first half, Sam McIntyre almost scored his first try since moving to the Gold Coast when he cut back inside to beat one defender and surge towards the line, but he was eventually brought down two metres short of the line.

    Sam McIntyre also highlighted in the first half his intelligence when he chased through a mid-field bomb. It would have been easy for Sam McIntyre to charge through and tackle the Easts fullback whilst he was still in the air taking the ball, but Sam McIntyre recognised this and held his momentum to tackle the Easts fullback just as his feet hit the ground.

    When Sam McIntyre came onto the field in the second half for his second stint in the match, he swapped sides to play in the left second row position and once again displayed his intelligence when in the 24th minute of the second half, he anticipated an Easts Tigers off-load through the centre of the ruck, getting in between the Tigers players to take an intercept and make eight metres up the field before being stopped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mdrew View Post
    Burleigh’s Cole Geyer has had a busy start to the 2021 season, playing multiple matches in the pre-season.

    Cole Geyer’s first 2021 hit-out was in late January when he started at hooker for the Burleigh Bears Hastings Deering’s Colts side that went down 32 – 20 (no conversions) to a Titans U19 side. Cole Geyer was busy in his time on the field and kicked a great 40/20 in the first half out of dummy half with his right foot.

    In his second stint in the second half, Cole Geyer highlighted why he star is on the rise, scoring one try and setting up another. For anyone that saw Cole Geyer play for the Currumbin Eagles in the 2020 GCRL First Grade competition, his try would not have been a surprise. Cole Geyer packed in at lock in a scrum where Burleigh had the scrum feed ten metres out from the Titans line. Cole Geyer picked the ball up from the back of the scrum and darted to his left and was simply just too quick for the Titans defenders to three metres to the right of the uprights in the 76th minute of the match.

    Minutes earlier Cole Geyer recorded a try assist when he put a Burleigh runner through a gap to score under the posts from ten metres out. Once again Cole Geyer packed in at lock and once again picking the ball up at the back of the scrum and darting to his right parallel to the Titans defensive line before popping a short pass to his left to put the Bears forward over under the posts.

    Cole Geyer started the Burleigh Queensland Cup sides first 2021 trial when he started from the bench against the Titans at Burleigh in mid-February making an impact when he came on to play in the dummy half role for the final fifteen minutes of the match.

    Cole Geyer very nearly added his name in the Burleigh try scoring list in the match when in the 72nd minute he raced out of dummy half to his right from five metres out but was tackled by Tannah Boyd who was able to twist Cole Geyer onto his back and hold him up directly under the goal posts.

    Cole Geyer was in fact the reason that Burleigh were in such a good attacking position. A minute earlier Cole Geyer ran to his left out of dummy half grubber kicking through the Titans line as the defence moved up. It appeared that Cole Geyer would regain position and progress down field but he was tackled prior to taking possession thus Burleigh were awarded a penalty for that transgression.

    Cole Geyer started from the bench in the Bears 2021 Hastings Deering’s Colts trial against the Easts Tigers with Cole Geyer initially playing at lock when he came on before moving into the dummy half role later in the first half.

    As usual Cole Geyer was heavily involved in everything and was one of the Bears try scorers when he darted out of dummy half to his left from three metres out and diving between two defenders to score mid-way between the corner post and goal posts on the left side of the field.

    Earlier in the match, Cole Geyer also darted out of dummy half, once again to his left to make fifteen metres downfield.

    Midway through the first half, Cole Geyer showcased his ability to kick out of dummy half when from close range Cole Geyer produced a right foot stab kick into the in-goal which had to be forced dead by the Tigers fullback.

    Cole Geyer’s kicking out of dummy half was displayed once again in the second half, when in the 30th minute of that half, Cole Geyer produced a right foot stab kick out of dummy half to the left of the ruck. The kick was ideally weighted into the in-goal and forced the Easts Tigers defence to take the ball dead and have to restart by way of a goal line drop out.

    When he came back onto the field in the second half, Cole Geyer moved straight into the dummy half role for Burleigh an as usual was involved in almost everything including a strong twenty metre run through the centre of the ruck out of dummy half. Cole Geyer moved a step out of dummy half to his right, dummying in that direction before straightening up and making that a fore mentioned twenty metres to be brought down ten metres short of the line.
    No idea why this guy doesn't have a contract of some sort with the Titans. He's very very good.
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    Powerhouse former Marsden State High School centre/five eight is a Titans contracted youngster who started training with the Titans after a number of seasons in the Brisbane Bronco’s junior development system after moving to Brisbane from Sydney and has been a revelation in the pre-season.

    In January 2021 Tony Francis was part of the Titans U19 squad that took on the Newcastle Knights in their annual match in Coffs Harbour, starting the match at left centre with the Titans recording an impressive victory 40 – 6 against the Knights.

    Tony Francis’s first involvement in the match was when he chased through a Thomas Weaver midfield high kick and crunched the Knights fullback just as he took possession of the ball.

    Tony Francis performed exceptionally well in the match, scoring in the second half when he charged onto a pass from Oskar Bryant down a short blind side, running over a defender before getting the ball down under heavy pressure.

    Tony Francis proved a handful for the Knights right sided defence on multiple occasions in the match including a bustling first up run when he beat two Knights defenders to make his presence in the match felt. Tony Francis was at it again late in the first half when he surged fifteen metres down field, a majority of which was post contact metres when he ran off a good pass from Oskar Bryant who had darted out of dummy half.

    Tony Francis also had some good moments defensively in the match, including a heavy well timed hit on the Knights right centre (No. 3) early in the match. From a Newcastle scrum win the Knights threw the ball out to their right, with a long pass being thrown to the right centre. Tony Francis identified the situation early and come out of the line to hit the Knights centre front on just a fraction after the ball got to the centre. Tony Francis drove his shoulder literally through the centres chest , stopping all of the Knights, and the centres, momentum.

    A week after the match against the Newcastle Knights Tony Francis once again lined up for the Titans U19’s starting once again at left centre as they took on a Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts squad with the Titans winning 32 – 20 with no conversions attempted.

    Tony Francis did not take long to make an impact in the match, taking a strong hit-up in the opening set of six from the kick with a twelve metre surge down the left side of the field.

    Just minutes later, Tony Francis had an even bigger impact on the match when he charged into a gap, receiving a good pass from Jaylan De Groot in the process to charge fifteen minutes to get the ball down five metres in from the left corner after a twelve metre burst.

    Tony Francis was again in the action in the 25th minute of the first half with yet another strong charge down down the left of twenty metres after being put into a gap by Thomas Weaver.

    Tony Francis followed up his 25th minute line break with an even more impressive thirty five metre effort just five minutes later when he rumbled downfield, initially bumping off two defenders who had tried to tackle him chest on. Tony Francis then got rid of two further defenders in quick succession with right arm fends.

    Just weeks after Tony Francis suited up for the Titans against Burleigh, Tony Francis was in a Burleigh jersey lining up for the Bears in a Hastings Deering’s Colts trial against the Easts Tigers at Langland’s Park. Starting at left centre, Tony Francis was one of Burleigh’s best, alongside fellow contracted Titan Isaac Matalavea-Booth in the match that ended up in a twenty all draw.

    Tony Francis was one of the Bears try scorers when he crossed for a powerful try late in the first half. Tony Francis came back underneath Cameron Brown who had run to his right and passed back to Tony Francis who received the ball ten metres out charging onto the ball and beating three defenders to score ten metres away from the left upright.

    Tony Francis also had a first half line break assist, when he showed quick hands to catch and pass to his left to put the Burleigh left winger into space down the left touchline for a thirty metre gain.

    Earlier in the match, in the 25th minute to be precise, Tony Francis made a strong ten metre charge when he, like he did for his try, ran on underneath play with Cameron Brown to make a ten metre gain.

    Defensively Tony Francis was also very strong in the match including a big front on tackle in the 27th minute of the first half on his opposing centre which forced the Easts Tigers centre sideways.

    When he came back onto the field late in the second half, Tony Francis showed his versatility, playing right centre.

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    For me the most outstanding Titans contracted junior (and most improved) is front rower Isaac Matalavea-Booth.

    In early January 2021 Isaac Matalavea-Booth started in the front row for the Titans U19 side in their annual match against the Newcastle Knights in Coffs Harbour as the Titans ran away with the match in the second half to record an impressive 40 – 6 victory after leading 16 – 6 at half time.



    Isaac Matalavea-Booth was in the action almost immediately, being involved in a solid hit in the second tackle after the Titans kicked off. Also involved in the tackle were Samuel Shannon and Ediq Ambrosyev. Isaac Matalavea-Booth was involved in a further heavy tackle just two minutes later when he and Brock Priestley belted the Knight left winger who had come off his wing forcing him five metres backwards before driving him into the ground.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth and Brock Priestley combined once again in a heavy tackle early in the second half when they combined to heavily tackle a Knights player from a twenty metre restart, with the initial contact forcing the ball loose.

    It was not just in the centre of the ruck where Isaac Matalavea-Booth was effective defensively, early in the second half, Issac Matalavea-Booth found himself on the fringes of the ruck on the Titans left side of the field with the Knights attacking the line from close range. The Newcastle five eight identified that Isaac Matalavea-Booth was on a one on one situation with him and tried to beat him on the outside. Isaac Matalavea-Booth however tracked across the field and hit the Knights five eight around the shoulders, knocking him down immediately, which was in fact only a metre out from the Titans line.

    Over the course of his stints on the field Isaac Matalavea-Booth was particularly effective in forcing the Knights forward pack to use multiple resources to bring him down and with his quick play the balls, the Titans play makers were regularly able to exploit the additional space that Isaac Matalavea-Booth afforded them.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth was deservedly the Titans first try scorer of the match when he charged onto an Ediq Ambrosyev pass out of dummy half to the left of the play the ball from ten metres out. When Isaac Matalavea-Booth caught sight of the try line, literally no-one on earth was going to stop him from scoring as he planted the ball down adjacent to the right upright.

    Over the course of the match Isaac Matalavea-Booth was a difficult for the Knights defensive to stop and that was highlighted when Isaac Matalavea-Booth charged into the Newcastle defensive line when he returned the second half kick off and made twenty five metres through sheer size and power. A quick play the ball from Isaac Matalavea-Booth led to more metres being gained by Samuel Shannon.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth was at it again in the 8th minute of the second half making eighteen metres, the majority of which were post contact metres with Isaac Matalavea-Booth twisting and turning and bullocking his way downfield, eventually being brought down only after four Knights defenders had to comit themselves to the tackle.

    Unbelievably for a big front rower Isaac Matalavea-Booth was still charging at the Knights defensive line in the last couple of minutes, including a big charge and subsequent off-load to Xavier Stowers who then got the ball away to TJ Devery who was held up. Make no mistake however if Isaac Matalavea-Booth’s stamina was not as impressive as it was the Titans would not have had that late match opportunity.

    A week after the match against the Newcastle Knights Isaac Matalavea-Booth once again lined up for the Titans U19’s starting in the front row as the Titans took on a Burleigh Hastings Deering’s Colts squad with the Titans winning 32 – 20 with no conversions attempted.

    Like against Newcastle Issac Matalavea-Booth was exceptional for the Titans both in attack and defence including a late first half try assist and he almost had a second just minutes later after making his initial impact in the match making a strong hit-up, being the third of the match after the Knights kicked off.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth’s try assist come in the 37th minute of the first half. Isaac Matalavea-Booth charged onto the ball to the right of the play the ball from thirteen metres out for the Bears line, heading directly at the posts. After initially being held, Isaac Matalavea-Booth was able to get his right arm free and was able to get a great flick pass away to Oskar Bryant who was backing up on the inside from dummy half who was able to dive over next to the left upright after rounding one Burleigh defender.

    Just minutes later Isaac Matalavea-Booth charged into space, getting a strong one armed (right arm) offload away across his body to his left to Thoams Weaver for what seemed was going to be another Titans try but a desperate knock down of a Titans pass by a Burleigh defender put paid to the Titans attacking play.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth also had a number of kick return metres in the match. Late in the first half, Isaac Matalavea-Booth got his hands down low and cleanly took possession when Burleigh grubber kicked not far out from the Titans line, Isaac Matalavea-Booth took possession and then rumbled four metres down field.

    Defensively Isaac Matalavea-Booth produced one of the best tackles in the first half when he crunched one of the Burleigh forwards late in the half. Isaac Matalavea-Booth hit him from the left side around chest high and driving his opponent diagonally backwards for at least five metres.

    Just weeks after Isaac Matalavea-Booth suited up for the Titans against Burleigh, Isaac Matalavea-Booth was in a Burleigh jersey lining up for the Bears in a 2021 Hastings Deering’s Colts trial against the Easts Tigers at Langlands Park. Starting in the front row in the second half Isaac Matalavea-Booth was one of Burleigh’s best, alongside fellow contracted Titan Tony Francis in the match that ended up in a twenty all draw.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth was outstanding in his two second half stints but it was a hit-up in the 71st minute of the match in his second stint in the half that summed up not just Isaac Matalavea-Booth’s match but his 2021 season to date.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth charged onto the ball to the right of the play the ball and surged an incredible thirty five metres up field, breaking eight tackles in the process. It looked as if on at least two occasions that Isaac Matalavea-Booth’s momentum would be stopped but on each occasion Isaac Matalavea-Booth produced another effort to keep the run going. Isaac Matalavea-Booth received the ball on his own twenty metre line and was eventually stopped five metres into Easts terriroty.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth the first of his many second half hit-ups in the opening minutes of the second half when he took a hit-up to the right of the play the ball, jinking off his left foot prior to contact with the line and making ten metres before three defenders had to commit to the tackle to bring him to the ground.

    Just a few minutes later, Isaac Matalavea-Booth made another strong surge, making a further ten metres and once again it took three Tigers defenders to get him under control, even those three defenders however could not get Isaac Matalavea-Booth to the ground.

    Once again in the 15th minute, Isaac Matalavea-Booth took the ball into the Tigers defensive line, this time making fifteen metres from a hit-up that started in his own twenty metre area.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth made his prescence felt in defence with some huge hits in the second half, the first of which came in the 9th minute of the second half when he came in from the left side of the Easts Tigers giant left winger, dropping him to the ground immediately contact was made.

    Isaac Matalavea-Booth did not leave it too long to make another strong tackle, this time on the Easts Tigers right centre (No. 4) when he got in under his ribs and drove him back three metres before driving the centre into the ground.

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    Last Sunday Titans contracted EJ Finau represented the Queensland U19 Rugby Seven's side in their Battle of the Border match against NSW.

    EJ Finau started the match but unfortunately Queensland went down 33 - 21.

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    Young Titans linked front rower Brady Turner has for me been one of the stand out players for the 2021 Northern Rivers Titans U16 Andrew Johns Cup squad and after this weekend's 5th and final round he will have started in all of the Northern Rivers Titans matches in the front row.

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    After a very solid performance off the bench for the Burleigh Bears Hastings Deering's Colts side in their trial against the Easts Tigers Jayden Sharp moves into the starting side at lock for this weekend's trial against Tweed Heads and then will come off the bench for the Burleigh "reserve" side also against Tweed Heads.

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    Titans contracted Tony Francis was outstanding last weekend for Burleigh in their Colts trial against Easts and will start in the centres in this weekends Colts trial against Tweed Heads.

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    Great to see Glenn McGradey back from Penrith and looking forward to seeing him play with the Tweed Heads Seagulls Hastings Deering's Colts side this season.

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    NZ youngster K-CI Newton-Whare moved over to Australia to attend Coombabah State High School and has made a great start to his time in Australia, first making the South Coast Open B school boy side and then recently being drafted into the 2021 Burleigh Bears MM Cup squad. He is also MM Cup eligible in 2022.

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    Two young Titans NZ recruits will line-up in the second row together for the Burleigh Colts side in this Saturday's trial against Tweed Heads in TJ Devery and Sam McIntyre.

    The young man have already played in two matches for the Titans U19 side this year as well as playing in Burleigh's Colts trial against the Easts Tigers last weekend which ended in a twenty all draw.

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    It will be odd to see Jayden Campbell run out in a Tweed Heads Seagulls jersey on Saturday when he starts at fullback for the Seagulls in their Queensland Cup trial against his former club Burleigh.

    Another former Bear will be lining up with Campbell on Saturday night in fellow Titan Darius Farmer.


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