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    Really really proud of the team today. Especially AJ. Proctor has a great game too. Still 7 mins left actually.

    Couple errors really let the Cowboys in. Had to chuckle at what happened to Sami. But he paid us back with a try later. And he bravely ducked low to ensure he made it. Shame our goalkicking has been poor but we won't need it today.


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    Come on!!
    One more try for the faithful

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    You beauty. Knock on from kick off. We got a chance here with under 5 remaining... It's been a refreshing day at the footy.


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    Nice pleasing win
    Good Coaching
    Thai and beers
    Then scotch and a replay later

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    Great win and the titans were good all over the park, Holbrook had a great game plan well done to all the players

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    Well done lads. Really proud. Showed a heap of heart and enthusiasm. I think we really sent a message to the NRL world. We are on the way up in 2020. I think we will have several more victories in 2020.

    Wow we had a 10 game losing streak against the Cowboys. Well we are now Kings of Queensland...for now. Broncos coming up in a couple weeks!


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    Taylor appears to have his right calf iced

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    Pleasing win.

    Work to do and a few disappointing things in the second half (mainly peachey playing for himself and no one else) but can’t be upset when we collected the 2.
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    Where the hell has this Kevin Proctor been hiding for the last 4 years?
    Lose = Not win.
    Loose = Not tight.

    It's not that hard!

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    Today's highlights

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    Bit of Titans victory song for your Sunday?

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    Not playing for another contract?

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    Not playing for another contract? @boonarga

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    Titans vs Cowboys NRL match report
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    A scintillating fullback display by AJ Brimson ignited a comprehensive 30-10 win for the Titans over an out-of-sorts Cowboys outfit on Sunday.

    Brimson scored two tries, set one up and saved one in the first half at Cbus Super Stadium to celebrate his second game back from a back fracture in style.

    Brimson had plenty of mates with none better than centre Brian Kelly whose brute strength and footwork at the line were a constant menace to the North Queensland defence.

    The match marked the return of Cowboys captain Michael Morgan from shoulder surgery but he was far from his best.

    The Titans forwards – led by Jai Arrow, Moeaki Fotuaika and Jaimin Jolliffe through the middle – played tough and with enterprise and that allowed halves Ash Taylor and Jamal Fogarty to thrive.

    The Titans played with width and flair from the get-go and a sweeping left to right play involving Arrow, Fogarty and Brimson set up a cracker for Anthony Don inside five minutes.

    Sustained pressure, combined with Cowboys errors, soon told and it was no surprise when captain Kevin Proctor crashed through after a bustling run on the left edge.

    The determination of Kelly saw him burst clear from 60 metres out and a flying Brimson loomed up on his right shoulder to do the rest and the Titans led 14-0 after 23 minutes.

    Brimson made a desperation try-saving tackle on Justin O’Neill and followed it up on the cusp of half-time with a superb try, as well constructed as you would hope to see.

    From close range, Taylor found Proctor who, in contact, popped a ball back on the inside for Brimson to slice and dice the feeble Cowboys defensive line.

    Kelly had 45 post-contact metres in the first half and the Titans mentality was summed up by one of his runs where he carried several Cowboys defenders on his back for 15 metres.

    That desperation came to the fore in stunning fashion after the break. A Taylor grubber was watched by Kyle Feldt as he willed it to go dead. Proctor had other ideas and leapt beyond the dead ball line and scooped it back for the ever-alert Kelly to pounce and score to make it 24-0.

    Feldt made amends minutes later when Phil Sami got tangled up after a Morgan grubber and this time it was the Cowboys winger who was on hand to score.

    The Titans invited the Cowboys back into the game with errors and penalties and Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow sent O’Neill over out wide to cut the margin to 14 points.

    From there the Gold Coast regrouped and Taylor put the result beyond doubt with a face ball for Sami to score.

    The win takes the Titans into 13th position on the Telstra Premiership ladder with eight competition points and the best placed of the Queensland sides with the Cowboys and Broncos both on six points in 14th and 15th respectively.

    The Cowboys will be disappointed with their lacklustre performance which included 35 missed tackles, most of which were in the first half, and 15 errors.


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    Really glad I went to the game. The effort is getting better and I lived how our forwards were hitting the ball at pace. In particular Joliffe, Hipgrave and mofo. Even Wallace was putting in. Kelly and Proctor were excellent today and Kelly has to be close to first pick each week. He is one of the comps form centres imo. That no try at the end of the second half was damaging due to the fact that ash taylor would have received a massive confidence boost. I agree with the concerns with peachey, he looked disjointed all afternoon. He just doesn't click with the rest of the team, well at least today he didn't.

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    Wouldn’t it be nice after 14 seasons If the fans had a song to sing too


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