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    Young halfback Jesse Cooper commenced training with the Titans Northern Rivers U14 Academy in mid-November with the initial session held in Ballina.

    2023 saw Jesse Cooper once again line up for the Ballina Seagulls in the Group One U14 competition with Ballina defeated the Kyogle Turkeys in the Grand Final 44 – 4.

    Jesse Cooper is also an outstanding touch player and in late 2023 represented the Northern Eagles U14 Touch side at the New South Wales Championships.

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    Outstanding young centre or second rower Cai Garrett commenced training with the Titans Northern Rivers U14 Academy in mid-November with the initial session held in Ballina.

    In early March 2023 Cai Garrett was named on the wing in the Lismore Diocesan U15 School Boy Rugby League Representative Team to attend the Northern Country selection trials at South West Rocks out of St Johns College Woodlawn. Impressively Cai Garrett is still U14 eligible in 2023. In May 2023 Cai Garrett was then named in the 2023 NSW CCC Country U15 Rugby League Representative side.

    2023 also saw Cai Garrett represent the Far North Coast U14 Rugby Representative side at the 2023 New South Wales Country U14 Championships with Cai Garratt starting at outside centre (No. 13) with Cai Garrett scoring a hat trick against Illawarra and also scoring in a match against Eastwood.

    In the 2023 Far North Coast Rugby competition, even though he was still U14 eligible Cai Garrett lined up for Wollongbar Alstonville in the U15 competition starting Round One at fly half and scoring a double against Ballina.

    Cai Garrett then moved to inside centre (No. 12) and scored against Lismore City in Round Seven and the Byron Shire Rebels in Round Eight. Cai Garrett continued at inside centre in Round Nine against Ballina with Cai Garrett scoring in a big Wollongbar Alstonville victory.

    Cai Garrett then scored a hat trick in a Round Eleven mid-week match against Lismore City before also scoring against Byron Bay. Cai Garrett followed up with a hat trick late in the season against the Evans Head Killer whales.

    Cai Garrett did however play some matches in the U14 Far North Coast Rugby competition for Wollongbar Alstonville including scoring a double off the bench in Mid-July against Casaurina Beach.

    Cai Garrett also represented Far North Coast at the New South Wales Junior Rugby 7’s Championships with Cai Garrett named the Far North Coast Rugby U15 7’s Players Player.

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    The 2023 Gold Coast Rugby League Division One U18 Grand Final saw Oscar Laffranchi start in the front row for the Burleigh Bears in the Grand Final against the Currumbin Eagles with Oscar Laffranchi scoring in just the 2nd minute of the match with a hard, straight three metre charge to the right of the play the ball to get the ball under the posts.

    Oscar Laffranchi had done well inside the opening minute of the Grand Final to put pressure on the Currumbin kicker after the opening set of six of the match with the kicker unable to gain separation from Oscar Laffranchi and throwing a desperate pass which was dived on by Cooper Bai.

    In the 8th minute from the left of the play the ball Oscar Laffranchi was able to carry the ball out from thirty metres out from his own try line to within eight metres of the halfway mark. Then in the 18th minute from the left of the play the ball and thirteen metres out from his own try line Oscar Laffranchi made a strong yardage carry out to the twenty three metres mark, then a tackle later Oscar Laffranchi took the ball to the defensive line before producing a good, short off-load to his left.

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    The 2023 Gold Coast Rugby League U18 Division One Grand Final saw Cooper Bai start at lock against the Currumbin Eagles with Cooper Bai making a line break in the 7th minute as a result of a strong charge straight through the centre of the Currumbin defensive line from eight metres inside his own territory with Cooper Bai charging to within thirty two metres of the try line before being finally stopped by multiple Eagles defenders.

    Cooper Bai did well inside the opening minute of the Grand Final when he was more desperate to get to a Currumbin lost ball than his opponents with Cooper Bai diving on the ball thirty five metres from the Currumbin try line.

    In the 13th minute from the left of the play the ball Cooper Bai was able to carry the ball twelve metres into Currumbin territory after running onto the ball from five metres inside his own territory and at the end of his run Cooper Bai was able to get a right arm free and throw a great around the corner off-load away to his left.

    Then in the 18th minute Cooper Bai ran onto the ball to the left of the play the ball and get the ball from twenty metres out from his own try line to thirty three metres out. Cooper Bai backed that up with another carry from the left of the play the ball in the 29th minute to get the ball to within eight metres of the halfway mark after taking possession of the ball twenty eight metres from his own try line. In the 31st minute from the right of the play the ball Cooper Bai was then able to run the ball from thirty two metres out from his own try line to forty four metres out.

    On three occasions in the Grand Final Cooper bai highlighted his impressive functional strength to force a Currumbin goal line drop-out. On the first occasion in the 14th minute Cooper Bai chased a Bears grubber kick and after the Eagles fullback picked up the ball four metres out and in front of his own posts, but Cooper Bai got to him and forced him back into his own in-goal area to require the Currumbin goal line drop-out.

    Then in the 20th minute the Currumbin hooker tried to run out of dummy half from close to his own try line but Cooper Bai grabbed hold of him and rag dolled him back into the in-goal to force a second Eagles goal line drop-out. Also in the 43rd minute after the Currumbin fullback collected a Burleigh grubber kick three metres out in from of the posts, Cooper Bai yet again chased the kick and was able to force the fullback back into the in-goal area.

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    In late 2023 Alex Ruiz was selected to attend a Titans U14 Elite Development Camp.

    Round One of the 2023 School Boy Renouf Cup competition saw Alex Ruiz start from the bench in Round One for Keebra Park SHS against Wavell SHS. Alex Ruiz also started from the bench in Round Two against Ipswich SHS as well as in Round Five against Mabel Park SHS.

    Alex Ruiz also came off the bench in Round Six against St Mary’s College Toowoomba with Alex Ruiz coming off the bench to operate in the dummy half role with Alex Ruiz scoring in the 17th minute when a smart run out of dummy half to his right to dive over to score from close range ten metres in from the left corner post.

    Alex Ruiz also made a line break in the 34th minute when after receiving an off-load twenty five metres out from his own try line Alex Ruiz darted to his left and to get the ball seven metres into St Mary’s territory.

    Alex Ruiz also started off the bench in the Round Seven Gold Coast School Boy derby against PBC SHS, coming on in the 15th minute to operate in the dummy half role and in the 23rd minute from the marker position Alex Ruiz crunched the PBC SHS dummy half who was taking too long to release the ball to force a knock on twenty five metres from the try line.

    Alex Ruiz also continued to play for the Coomera Cutters in the GCRL U14 Division One competition in 2023.

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    In late 2023 Isaiah Te Pairi was invited to attend a Titans U14 Elite Development Camp.

    In 2023 Isaiah Te Pairi lined up for the Easts Tigers in the BJRL U13 Division One competition with Isaiah Te Pairi starting all bar one of his matches in the centres, with Isaiah Te Pairi starting at fullback in the other match in Round Three against Carina.

    Over the course of the 2023 BJRL U14 Division One competition for the Tigers Isaiah Te Pairi scored twelve tries with Isaiah Te Pairi scoring a hat trick in Round One against Norths. Isaiah Te Pairi also scored doubles against Aspley in Round Five, Albany Creek in Round Eight and Redcliffe against Round Nine.

    Isaiah Te Pairi also scored in Round Three against Carina and Rounds Four and Eleven against Souths.

    Isaiah Te Pairi started in the centres and scored a double in the Tigers 38 – 14 2023 GBJRL U13 Division One Grand Final victory against the Albany Creek Crushers.

    Starting the Grand Final at right centre Isaiah Te Pairi scored his opening try when after receiving the ball to the right of the play the ball Isaiah Te Pairi, from thirty five metres out from his own try line, used a brutal left arm fend to beat his direct opponent and after charing down the right touchline Isaiah Te pairi executed a good in and away to beat the Albany Creek fullback down the right touchline with Isaiah Te Pairi then able to bring the ball around to put it down under the goal posts.

    Isaiah Te Pairi completed his double in the second half with a hard straight ten metre charge after receiving a pass from his inside to crash over to score ten metres in from the right corner post.

    Isaiah Te Pairi also recorded a try assist when after making a line break down the right channel from inside his own territory Isaiah Te Pairi charged to within twenty metres of the try line to draw the Crushers fullback and get a pass away to his left to put his support player over to score.

    At the conclusion of the 2023 GBJRL U13 Division One season Isaiah Te Pairi was named the 2023 GBJRL U13 Division One Easts Tigers Best Back.

    In August 2023 Isaiah Te Pairi was named in the South Queensland Māori U14 Teina Representative squad and was subsequently named in the Queensland Maori U14 side for the QPICC Carnival with Isaiah Te Pairi starting at right centre in Round One against Queensland Niue.

    Isaiah Te Pairi made a line break in the 37th minute when after doing exceptionally week to take a pass from his left down low just above his ankles and maintain his balance Isaiah Te Pairi, from eight metres inside his own territory made a line break down the right touchline and get the ball to within twenty six metres of the try line.

    In the 2nd minute of the match from four metres from his own try line and to the right of the play the ball Isaiah Te Pairi did well to carry the ball out to the thirteen metre mark. Then in the 30th minute from the left of the play the ball and five metres inside Fiji territory Isaiah Te Pairi ran the ball to his right and was able to make fifteen metres and break two tackles with 65% of his metres gained being post contact.

    Isaiah Te Pairi continued at right centre in Round Two against Queensland Niue.

    Isaiah Te Pairi also started at right centre in Round Three against Queensland PEGA Tonga Invitational with Isaiah Te Pairi picking up a dropped Tonga ball forty metres out from his own try line and was able to get the ball six metres into Tonga territory.

    Isaiah Te Pairi continued at right centre in Round Four against Queensland Samoa.

    Isaiah Te Pairi also started at right centre in Māori’s Semi-Final against the Cooks Islands.

    In early November 2023 Isaiah Te Pairi was named in the Southside Titans Velocity All Stars U13 squad.

    In May 2023 Isaiah Te Pairi was named in the Brisbane Junior Rugby U13 Representative squad.

    2023 also saw Isaiah Te Pairi play his school boy rugby league with Mabel Park SHS after moving over from Marsden SHS.

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    2023 also saw Chris Vaimili continue at Marsden SHS with Chris Vaimili played in the Hancock Cup School Boy Rugby League competition and in October 2023 Chris Vaimili was named on the wing in the 2023 Marsden SHS Rugby League Team of the Year.

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    In October 2023 Corey Pearce as named the 2023 Waterford Demons Junior Rugby League Player of the Year.

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    At the completion of the Walter Cup competition Taylan To’o was named in the second row in the Courier Mail 2023 Walters Cup School Boy Rugby League Team of the Year.

    At the conclusion of the 2023 School Boy sporting season Taylan To’o was named one of the Top Seven 2023 Junior Age Sporting Talents by the Courier Mail and was also named as one of the 2023 Gun School Boy Rugby League Rookies also by the Courier Mail. Then in October 2023 Taylan To’o was named on the bench in the 2023 Marsden SHS Rugby League Team of the Year.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XbKV...sifikaYouthCup

    The Pasifika cup final which features Jai Bilish (14) for Samoa and Donte Tahuhu-Wilson (1) and potentially Julies Matiu-Matisen?? on the Maori team (Not sure what number he is, Going off Mdrews info).

    First time watching Donte and he looks great.
    ai Bilish was quality this game to watch, He starts at 7 and looks fine but out of place, then he goes to 9 and the game completely changes, He goes off then comes back on put the stamp on it. I really like what I've seen so far.

    Was impressed with the 13 from the Maori team, Had great defence for a tall skinny lad and was a goer

    https://www.youtube.com/@leaguelabtv

    This channel is of a handycam so don't watch if you get sick at shaky stuff but it's got the QPICC tournament with a bunch of our juniors at all ages. Gonna watch them and comment more.

    Shoutout Mdrew as always for the info.
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    Young fullback Burran Roberts commenced training with the Titans Northern Rivers U14 Academy in mid-November with the initial session held in Ballina.

    2023 saw Burran Roberts once again line up for the Ballina Seagulls in the Group One U14 competition with Ballina defeated the Kyogle Turkeys in the Grand Final 44 – 4.

    2023 also saw Burran Roberts line up in the Far North Coast U15 Rugby competition for Ballina with Burran Roberts primarily operating on the right wing (No. 14), however Burran Roberts also played a match or two at No. 8.

    Burran Roberts also continued to attend Ballina Coast High School in 2023 as part of the school’s Rugby League Sports Excellence Program.
    Burran Roberts played in the Group One U13 Junior Rugby League competition in 2022 and finished as the competitions leading points scorer with 142 points from thirteen tries and forty five goals with Burran Roberts also finishing as the competition’s 6th leading try scorer with those thirteen tries.

    Burran Roberts started at fullback in the 2022 Group One U13 Grand Final with Burran Roberts scoring in the Seagulls 24 – 14 Premiership win over the Kyogle Turkeys.

    Burran Roberts scored a hat trick in Round Thirteen against the Clarence Coast Magpies and scored doubles in Round Two against the Grafton Ghosts, Rounds Five and Nine against the South Grafton Rebels and Round Fourteen against Lismore Marist. Burran Roberts also scored in Round Seven against Kyogle.

    Burran Roberts also had a number of big matches from a goal kicking perspective in the 2022 Group One U13 competition, including kicking six goals in Round Fourteen against Lismore Marist, with Burran Roberts also scoring a double in the match with finish with twenty points. Burran Roberts also kicked five conversions in Round Eleven against Casino RSM Maroon and four conversions in Round Three against Casino RSM Grey.

    Burran Roberts also played at fullback for the Ballina Seagulls in 2021 in the Group One U12 competition with Burran Roberts scoring five tries and kicking twelve conversions to finish with an individual points tally of forty four two points.

    Burran Roberts scored in Round One against the Clarence Coast Magpies, Round Two against Marist, Round Four against the South Grafton Rebels, Round Eight against Casino RSM maroon and Round Thirteen against the Grafton Ghosts.
    Interestingly all twelve of Burran Roberts conversions in the 2021 season came in separate matches.

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    2023 saw Ryan Foran named as an emergency in the Courier Mail School Boy Rugby League Langer Cup Team of the 2020’s and in early September 2023 Ryan Foran was also named on the bench in the Courier Mail’s PBC SHS Rugby League Team of the 2020’s to date.

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    Isaiah Te Pairi was part of the Māori side that were the 2023 3PTAG U13 Tournament Champions.

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    Titans contracted Majah Peachey started in the centres in Week One of the GBJRL U16 Division One Finals for Logan Brothers and dominated including scoring four tries and kicking a conversion in a big 62 – 12 victory against Souths.

    Majah Peachey also started in the centres and scored a hat trick in Week Two of the Finals against Norths.

    Majah Peachey continued his outstanding form including scoring a first half double after starting at right centre in Logan Brothers Preliminary Final victory against Redcliffe. Majah Peachey scored his first try early in the first half through an eight metre run including a tackle break to get the ball down five metres in from the right corner post with Maj Peachey’s second try coming late in the first half as a result of a twelve metre run down the right touchline to score in the corner after using a left arm fend to beat two Dolphins defenders who were looking to force Majah Peachey over the touchline.

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    Flynn Hanlon was named the Kingscliff HS U14 MVP in their U14 Northern Rivers Titans 9s Challenge victory at Mullumbimby.
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