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    Keebra Park SHS student VJ Leatalu who is part of the the Titans partnered schools Rugby League Academy Program and was part of the 2021 Gold Coast Invitational U13 King of Country Rugby side that won the Tournament last week with VJ Letalu starring from fullback.

    Whilst he may not have scored himself, VJ Letalu was dominant through out, regularly breaking the line on both sides of the field. VJ Letalu in fact almost did score what would have been a much deserved try when on Day Two against Far North Coast he burst down the left touchline after breaking the line forty metres out, but unfortunately VJ Letalu was unable to control the ball as he was reaching out to put it down in the left corner.

    Post the Tournament VJ Letalu was named on the wing in the All Tournament Team.

    In 2020 VJ Letalu played for the Coomera Cutters in the GCRL U12 competition.

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    Keebra Park SHS play maker Tayshaarn Tonga student who is part of the Titans partnered schools Rugby League Academy Program and was part of the 2021 Gold Coast Invitational U13 King of Country Rugby side last week that won the Tournament with Tayshaarn Tonga operating at half.

    Tayshaarn Tonga scored in each of the two matches that he played, being on Day One against the USQ Saints and Day Two against Far North Coast.

    On Day One against USQ, late of the match, Tayshaarn Tonga ran to his right from the back of a ruck to crash over from three metres out. Tayshaarn Tonga’s Day Two try against Far North Coast was not dis-similar to his Day One try. On Day Two, once again Tayshaarn Tonga picked the ball up from the back of a ruck but in this occasion ran to his left to dive over from two metres out.

    In 2020 Tayshaarn Tonga played for Keebra Park in the school boy Bronco’s Old Boys Cup Rugby League competition, starting in the final against Marsden State High School, with Keebra Park going down 26 – 6 to their fellow Titans partnered school.

    Tayshaarn Tonga was Keebra Park’s sole try scorer in the Grand Final when he darted over from dummy half from close range in the second half, with Tayshaarn Tonga getting the ball down under the posts.

    In addition to playing for the Coomera Cutters in the GCRL competition, in 2020 Tayshaarn Tonga played for the Coomera Crushers in the GCDRU U12 competition, including scoring a double in Round Four against Yatala and Round Two against the Bond Pirates.

    In 2020 Tayshaarn Tonga also played touch and was part of the SQBD Sharks U12 side that took part in the 2020 NYC Boys Tournament and was part of the Sharks side that won the Final 4 – 3 against the BC Cobra’s.

    Whilst he did not score in the final, Tayshaarn Tonga scored a hat trick in Round One against the CQ Bulls and doubles in Round Two and Four against the SWQ Swans and NQ Cyclones respectively.

    In late 2020 Tayshaarn Tonga was named in the 2020 U12 Queensland Youth Academy Squad.

    Tayshaarn Tonga also played Oztag in 2020, representing Coomera Oztag.

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    Tawa-Dean Simpkins is a Marsden SHS student who is part of the Titans partnered schools Rugby League Academy Program and last week was part of the 2021 Gold Coast Invitational U13 King of Country Rugby side that won the Tournament with Tawa-Dean Simpkins starring from outside centre.

    Post the Tournament Tawa-Dean Simpkins was named on the wing in the All Tournament Team.

    Tawa-Dean Simpkins had an impressive tournament and was for all intents and purposes unstoppable in the second half of the Invitational teams Day One match against the USQ Saints scoring a second half hat trick. To add to his match Tawa-Dean Simpkins converted his third try by way of a drop kick from directly in front of the posts.

    Tawa-Dean Simpkins first try came ten minutes into the second half. Tawa-Dean Simpkins received the ball on the left after a USQ turnover, thirty five metres out from the line. Once he received the ball Tawa-Dean Simpkins stepped off his right foot to get on the outside of the defence and then he outpaced the cover defence to score mid-way between the goal posts and left corner post.

    Tawa-Dean Simpkins second try was simply outstanding. From the kick-off after his first try Tawa-Dean Simpkins took the kick-off on the full twenty metres out from his own line near the left touchline, initially heading towards the centre of the field but quickly cut back to his left. As he neared the defensive line, Tawa-Dean Simpkins dummied to his left to get through the line and then stepped off his right foot to beat the fullback down the touchline and then he was able to easily outpace the cover defenders to score a spectacular eighty metre solo try in the left corner.

    Tawa-Dean Simpkins completed his hat trick scoring the easiest of the three. Tawa-Dean Simpkins was on the end of a backline movement with the ball being spun to the right with Tawa-Dean Simpkins receiving the ball in acres of space and cruising ten metres to score next to the left uprights. Tawa-Dean then converted his own try by way way of a drop goal.

    It was evident from just the second minute of the match on Day One that Tawa-Dean Simpkins was going to have a major impact on the tournament when he made a long line break down the right side of the field.

    Tawa-Dean Simpkins also scored on Day Two against Far North Coast when in the second half he received the ball on the end of a backline movement to the the Invitational team’s right. When he received the ball Tawa-Dean Simpkins dummied to his right before stepping off his right foot and running twenty five metres untouched to score under the posts.

    The Day Two match against Far North Coast also saw Tawa-Dean Simpkins make probably his best run of the competition when he broke seven tackles in a fifty metre run in the second half.

    In 2020 Tawa-Dean Simpkins also played touch and was part of the SQBD Sharks U12 side that took part in the 2020 NYC Boys Tournament and was part of the Sharks side that won the Final 4 – 3 against the BC Cobra’s.

    Whilst he did not score in the final, Tawa-Dean Simpkins scored in each of the five round robin rounds, including doubles in Rounds Two to Four which were against the SWQ Swans, SSC Pineapples and NQ Cyclones respectively. Tawa-Dean Simpkins also scored against the CQ Bulls in Round One and BC Cobra’s in Round Five.

    In late 2020 Tawa-Dean Simpkins was named in the 2020 U12 Queensland Youth Academy Squad.

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    Former Auckland Vulcans Junior Representative Hikoirangi Paki will start at fullback for the Southport Tigers against Ormeau tomorrow in Round Two of the U18 Division One pre-season competition.

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    Former Titans Junior Jake Martin will line up this afternoon for the Grafton Ghosts in Round One of the Group Two First Grade competition this afternoon against Bellingen.

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    Former Gold Coast Cyclones U15 rugby representative Ethan Leypoldt will start at five eight tomorrow for the Helensvale U18 Division One side against Mudgeeraba in Round Two of the GCRL pre-season competition.

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    Two NZ siblings on the way over to the Gold Coast starting at Keebra Park tomorrow in former NZ Warriors Development squad members Dorian and Taniela Mapusua-Lotaki.

    Dorian is an Auckland representative hooker and Taniela a representative centre, both are MM Cup eligible in 2022.

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    Titans contracted Larry Siala was named in the School Boy rugby Ballymore Cup Team of the Tournament at blindside flanker (No. 6) yesterday afternoon.

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    Jayden Campbell has made an impressive start to his Queensland Cup career, making 25 tackle breaks from just three match to lead that category in that criteria.

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    On Saturday, Jojo Fifita scored what will be no doubt the first of many rugby league tries when he scored in the 4th minute for Tweed Heads in Round Two of the Hastings Deering's Colts competition against Burleigh.

    Jojo FIfita moved to start on the left wing after starting on the right wing in Round One and leapt high above is opposite number of take a Taine Udjur-Berghan bomb on the full and scramble over in the left corner.

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    Great to see Burleigh's Noah Gafa named in the Gold Coast Vikings U20 side for this seasons SEQ Chairman's Challenge. He has had a great start to the GCRL U20 season.

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    Exciting that the School Boy Titans Cup will kick-off on Wednesday with Keebra Park playing Marymount College in the boys Year Nine/Ten Division One and Years Eleven/Twelve Division One and Division Two competitions.

    On Tuesday in the Girls competition, Keebra will take on Marsden across three divisions as well.

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    On Saturday Brenton Daley-Holten was named to start on the left wing for Tweed Heads in Round Two of the Hastings Deering’s Colts competition in the local derby against the Burleigh Bears however he ended up starting the match at fullback in the Seagulls 32 – 24 victory.

    Brenton Daley-Holten recorded a try assist which came in the 47th minute when he took the ball right to the line on the left side of the field ten metres out and put in a short right foot attacking kick that sat up for Caleb Hodges to scored four metres in from the left corner post.

    The 71st minute saw Brenton Daley-Holten attack the ball with vigor when he came up quickly to pick up a grubber kick on the bounce on his own line and through his speed and elusiveness Brenton Daley-Holten was able to return the kick thirty three metres.

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    On Saturday in Round Two of the Hastings Deering’s Colts competition Titan Klese Haas was due to start at right centre for Tweed Heads in the local derby against the Burleigh Bears however he ended up starting the match at right second row with his first involvement preventing a Burleigh try when he intercepted a Burleigh pass literally right on his own line and was able to bring the ball back thirty metres. If Klese Hass had not intercepted the pass, Burleigh would have scored in the right corner.

    Klese Haas added to his contribution to the Seagulls 32 – 24 victory in the 20th minute when he was able to force his way into the Burleigh twenty metre area with a hard fought ten metres of ground.

    Klese Hass moved into dummy half in the 28th minute, making twelve metres after running the ball to the right and getting into the tweny metre attacking zone.

    Klese Haas got within a metre of scoring his first Colts try in the 44th minute when he received the ball to the right of the play the ball, running in that direction before cutting back to the left and getting to within a metre of the line after breaking three tackles.

    Klese Haas proved to be dangerous running with the ball once again in the 61st minute when he packed into a scrum at lock, After picking up the ball from the base of the scrum, Klese Hass ran to the right fending off two would be defenders with his left arm, making twelve metres to get to within two metres of the halfway mark.

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    In his first season with Tweed Heads in the Hastings Deering’s Colts competition, Cooper Many started from the bench in Round Two on Saturday in the local derby against the Burleigh Bears coming onto the field late in the first half and it did not take long for him to make an impact when in the 36th minute he was able to make eighteen metres from his first hit-up after cutting back to his left one he received the ball.

    Copper Many continued his hard working effort in the second half and in the 42nd minute got the ball outside his team’s thirty metre region with a twelve metre gain fro ma run of the left of the play the ball.

    Cooper Many made another eighteen metres in the 67th minute when he received the ball to the right of the play the ball getting into the attacking twenty metre area before being brought to ground.

    In the 70th minute Cooper Many shone in cover defence to save the Seagulls blushes when he raced back along with Troy Duckett to round up Burleigh’s Cole Geyer who had split the defence through centre field and beat the Tweed Heads fullback.


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