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The Gold Coast Titans is an Australian rugby league football club reigning from the Gold Coast in Queensland. The club competes in Australasia's elite rugby league competition, the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. It is the newest of the sixteen clubs, established in 2007.

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After months of delays, Gold Coast Titans are at last on the verge of being sold - Courier Mail

PROSPECTIVE Titans owner Darryl Kelly admits his “patience has been tested” by the NRL’s sluggish sale of the Gold Coast NRL club.

The Sunday Mail can reveal the consortium comprising former chairwoman Rebecca Frizelle and ex-owner Kelly is on the verge of securing the Titans licence.

Frizelle-Kelly and the NRL are in the final stages of negotiations and an announcement on the sale could be imminent if the parties can reach an agreement.

However, the NRL’s reluctance to rule out pirate-loving investor Stuart McAuliffe’s bid could lead to a shock decision if negotiations with Frizelle-Kelly break down.

The NRL is planning to announce the sale on the Gold Coast this week, but that could fall over given the delays in finalising the sale which was originally slated to be completed by October 31.

The Titans have been on the verge of sale for some time.

The NRL has been weighing up the...


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Read more: After months of delays, Gold Coast Titans are at last on the verge of being sold - Courier Mail

After months of delays, Gold Coast Titans are at last on the verge of being sold - Courier Mail

PROSPECTIVE Titans owner Darryl Kelly admits his “patience has been tested” by the NRL’s sluggish sale of the Gold Coast NRL club.

The Sunday Mail can reveal the consortium comprising former chairwoman Rebecca Frizelle and ex-owner Kelly is on the verge of securing the Titans licence.

Frizelle-Kelly and the NRL are in the final stages of negotiations and an announcement on the sale could be imminent if the parties can reach an agreement.

However, the NRL’s reluctance to rule out pirate-loving investor Stuart McAuliffe’s bid could lead to a shock decision if negotiations with Frizelle-Kelly break down.

The NRL is planning to announce the sale on the Gold Coast this week, but that could fall over given the delays in finalising the sale which was originally slated to be completed by October 31.

The Titans have been on the verge of sale for some time.

The NRL has been weighing up the...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: After months of delays, Gold Coast Titans are at last on the verge of being sold - Courier Mail

After months of delays, Gold Coast Titans are at last on the verge of being sold - Courier Mail

PROSPECTIVE Titans owner Darryl Kelly admits his “patience has been tested” by the NRL’s sluggish sale of the Gold Coast NRL club.

The Sunday Mail can reveal the consortium comprising former chairwoman Rebecca Frizelle and ex-owner Kelly is on the verge of securing the Titans licence.

Frizelle-Kelly and the NRL are in the final stages of negotiations and an announcement on the sale could be imminent if the parties can reach an agreement.

However, the NRL’s reluctance to rule out pirate-loving investor Stuart McAuliffe’s bid could lead to a shock decision if negotiations with Frizelle-Kelly break down.

The NRL is planning to announce the sale on the Gold Coast this week, but that could fall over given the delays in finalising the sale which was originally slated to be completed by October 31.

The Titans have been on the verge of sale for some time.

The NRL has been weighing up the...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: After months of delays, Gold Coast Titans are at last on the verge of being sold - Courier Mail

Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

CRAIG Bellamy says if he were to ever leave Melbourne, he would like to coach at the Gold Coast Titans.

But the Storm’s supercoach thinks his window may have closed with Garth Brennan’s appointment as Titans coach.

The premiership-winning coach was rumoured to have been a target for the Titans after they parted ways with Neil Henry towards the end of last season.

And while he said his contract with the Storm meant his hat was never in the ring to replace Henry, Bellamy said the Titans appealed as a club he would like to be involved with.

“I think the Gold Coast — as someone from the outside looking in — is a great place to base a sporting team in a competition like the NRL,” Bellamy said.

Bellamy has coached the Storm since 2003.

“Certainly if I was to ever change clubs as a coach, the Gold Coast would be a place of interest for me.

“But I have another year to go here, the Titans...


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Read more: Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

CRAIG Bellamy says if he were to ever leave Melbourne, he would like to coach at the Gold Coast Titans.

But the Storm’s supercoach thinks his window may have closed with Garth Brennan’s appointment as Titans coach.

The premiership-winning coach was rumoured to have been a target for the Titans after they parted ways with Neil Henry towards the end of last season.

And while he said his contract with the Storm meant his hat was never in the ring to replace Henry, Bellamy said the Titans appealed as a club he would like to be involved with.

“I think the Gold Coast — as someone from the outside looking in — is a great place to base a sporting team in a competition like the NRL,” Bellamy said.

Bellamy has coached the Storm since 2003.

“Certainly if I was to ever change clubs as a coach, the Gold Coast would be a place of interest for me.

“But I have another year to go here, the Titans...


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Read more: Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

The Mole: Gold Coast Titans favourite to sign Will Matthews after ... - Wide World of Sports

The Titans are in the box seat to sign former Dragons forward Will Matthews after he quit English Super League team Widnes before playing a game for the club today.

Matthews signed for the club in September and was poised to move to Britain next week but found the move for his family too big and was released on compassionate grounds.

Matthews is now set to settle on the Gold Coast near where he was born 29 years ago at Kyogle and is expected to begin talks with the Titans.

“I would like to apologise to the staff and supporters of Widnes Vikings for any inconvenience that the cancellation of my transfer causes,” Matthews told the Vikings website.

“This decision has been made purely for family reasons, and I am sure that I will always feel an element of regret that I will not be able to play for Widnes in Super League.

"Many people have spoken highly to me about Widnes, and my...


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Read more: The Mole: Gold Coast Titans favourite to sign Will Matthews after ... - Wide World of Sports

The Mole: Gold Coast Titans favourite to sign Will Matthews after ... - Wide World of Sports

The Titans are in the box seat to sign former Dragons forward Will Matthews after he quit English Super League team Widnes before playing a game for the club today.

Matthews signed for the club in September and was poised to move to Britain next week but found the move for his family too big and was released on compassionate grounds.

Matthews is now set to settle on the Gold Coast near where he was born 29 years ago at Kyogle and is expected to begin talks with the Titans.

“I would like to apologise to the staff and supporters of Widnes Vikings for any inconvenience that the cancellation of my transfer causes,” Matthews told the Vikings website.

“This decision has been made purely for family reasons, and I am sure that I will always feel an element of regret that I will not be able to play for Widnes in Super League.

"Many people have spoken highly to me about Widnes, and my...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: The Mole: Gold Coast Titans favourite to sign Will Matthews after ... - Wide World of Sports

After months of delays, Gold Coast Titans are at last on the verge of being sold - Courier Mail

PROSPECTIVE Titans owner Darryl Kelly admits his “patience has been tested” by the NRL’s sluggish sale of the Gold Coast NRL club.

The Sunday Mail can reveal the consortium comprising former chairwoman Rebecca Frizelle and ex-owner Kelly is on the verge of securing the Titans licence.

Frizelle-Kelly and the NRL are in the final stages of negotiations and an announcement on the sale could be imminent if the parties can reach an agreement.

However, the NRL’s reluctance to rule out pirate-loving investor Stuart McAuliffe’s bid could lead to a shock decision if negotiations with Frizelle-Kelly break down.

The NRL is planning to announce the sale on the Gold Coast this week, but that could fall over given the delays in finalising the sale which was originally slated to be completed by October 31.

The Titans have been on the verge of sale for some time.

The NRL has been weighing up the...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: After months of delays, Gold Coast Titans are at last on the verge of being sold - Courier Mail

Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

CRAIG Bellamy says if he were to ever leave Melbourne, he would like to coach at the Gold Coast Titans.

But the Storm’s supercoach thinks his window may have closed with Garth Brennan’s appointment as Titans coach.

The premiership-winning coach was rumoured to have been a target for the Titans after they parted ways with Neil Henry towards the end of last season.

And while he said his contract with the Storm meant his hat was never in the ring to replace Henry, Bellamy said the Titans appealed as a club he would like to be involved with.

“I think the Gold Coast — as someone from the outside looking in — is a great place to base a sporting team in a competition like the NRL,” Bellamy said.

Bellamy has coached the Storm since 2003.

“Certainly if I was to ever change clubs as a coach, the Gold Coast would be a place of interest for me.

“But I have another year to go here, the Titans...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

The Mole: Gold Coast Titans favourite to sign Will Matthews after ... - Wide World of Sports

The Titans are in the box seat to sign former Dragons forward Will Matthews after he quit English Super League team Widnes before playing a game for the club today.

Matthews signed for the club in September and was poised to move to Britain next week but found the move for his family too big and was released on compassionate grounds.

Matthews is now set to settle on the Gold Coast near where he was born 29 years ago at Kyogle and is expected to begin talks with the Titans.

“I would like to apologise to the staff and supporters of Widnes Vikings for any inconvenience that the cancellation of my transfer causes,” Matthews told the Vikings website.

“This decision has been made purely for family reasons, and I am sure that I will always feel an element of regret that I will not be able to play for Widnes in Super League.

"Many people have spoken highly to me about Widnes, and my...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: The Mole: Gold Coast Titans favourite to sign Will Matthews after ... - Wide World of Sports

Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

CRAIG Bellamy says if he were to ever leave Melbourne, he would like to coach at the Gold Coast Titans.

But the Storm’s supercoach thinks his window may have closed with Garth Brennan’s appointment as Titans coach.

The premiership-winning coach was rumoured to have been a target for the Titans after they parted ways with Neil Henry towards the end of last season.

And while he said his contract with the Storm meant his hat was never in the ring to replace Henry, Bellamy said the Titans appealed as a club he would like to be involved with.

“I think the Gold Coast — as someone from the outside looking in — is a great place to base a sporting team in a competition like the NRL,” Bellamy said.

Bellamy has coached the Storm since 2003.

“Certainly if I was to ever change clubs as a coach, the Gold Coast would be a place of interest for me.

“But I have another year to go here, the Titans...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

CRAIG Bellamy says if he were to ever leave Melbourne, he would like to coach at the Gold Coast Titans.

But the Storm’s supercoach thinks his window may have closed with Garth Brennan’s appointment as Titans coach.

The premiership-winning coach was rumoured to have been a target for the Titans after they parted ways with Neil Henry towards the end of last season.

And while he said his contract with the Storm meant his hat was never in the ring to replace Henry, Bellamy said the Titans appealed as a club he would like to be involved with.

“I think the Gold Coast — as someone from the outside looking in — is a great place to base a sporting team in a competition like the NRL,” Bellamy said.

Bellamy has coached the Storm since 2003.

“Certainly if I was to ever change clubs as a coach, the Gold Coast would be a place of interest for me.

“But I have another year to go here, the Titans...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

CRAIG Bellamy says if he were to ever leave Melbourne, he would like to coach at the Gold Coast Titans.

But the Storm’s supercoach thinks his window may have closed with Garth Brennan’s appointment as Titans coach.

The premiership-winning coach was rumoured to have been a target for the Titans after they parted ways with Neil Henry towards the end of last season.

And while he said his contract with the Storm meant his hat was never in the ring to replace Henry, Bellamy said the Titans appealed as a club he would like to be involved with.

“I think the Gold Coast — as someone from the outside looking in — is a great place to base a sporting team in a competition like the NRL,” Bellamy said.

Bellamy has coached the Storm since 2003.

“Certainly if I was to ever change clubs as a coach, the Gold Coast would be a place of interest for me.

“But I have another year to go here, the Titans...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Craig Bellamy reveals he would coach the Gold Coast Titans if he ever left Melbourne - Courier Mail

Gold Coast Titans keen on Tongan forward Ben Murdoch-Masila - The Sydney Morning Herald

Ben Murdoch-Masila could be on his way back to Australia after his blockbusting World Cup form caught the attention of several NRL clubs.

The Salford forward has been a standout coming off the bench for Tonga, reproducing the form that earned him a spot in the Super League Dream Team. The Gold Coast are one club to take notice after several standout World Cup performances, raising the prospect of "BMM" adding to his 58 NRL appearances for Penrith and Wests Tigers.

New lease of life: Tongan forward Ben Murdoch-Masila. New lease of life: Tongan forward Ben Murdoch-Masila. Photo: AAP

Murdoch-Masila will have another opportunity to  impress when Tonga take on England at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday, with the winner earning a World Cup final berth.

"I have spoken to my partner and if the right NRL opportunity presented itself to us, we would take it with both hands," he said.

"There is one opportunity that I know of, but I've been focusing...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans keen on Tongan forward Ben Murdoch-Masila - The Sydney Morning Herald

Gold Coast Titans keen on Tongan forward Ben Murdoch-Masila - The Sydney Morning Herald

Ben Murdoch-Masila could be on his way back to Australia after his blockbusting World Cup form caught the attention of several NRL clubs.

The Salford forward has been a standout coming off the bench for Tonga, reproducing the form that earned him a spot in the Super League Dream Team. The Gold Coast are one club to take notice after several standout World Cup performances, raising the prospect of "BMM" adding to his 58 NRL appearances for Penrith and Wests Tigers.

New lease of life: Tongan forward Ben Murdoch-Masila. New lease of life: Tongan forward Ben Murdoch-Masila. Photo: AAP

Murdoch-Masila will have another opportunity to  impress when Tonga take on England at Mt Smart Stadium on Saturday, with the winner earning a World Cup final berth.

"I have spoken to my partner and if the right NRL opportunity presented itself to us, we would take it with both hands," he said.

"There is one opportunity that I know of, but I've been focusing...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Gold Coast Titans keen on Tongan forward Ben Murdoch-Masila - The Sydney Morning Herald

New Gold Coast signing Brenton Lawrence announces his retirement without playing a game - Daily Telegraph

BRENTON Lawrence will not get a chance to don the Titans jersey once again, after announcing his retirement from rugby league.

The forward was set to play for the Gold Coast next season — after debuting with the club in 2011 — but has decided to retire from the game because he can no longer handle the rigours of an NRL season.

Lawrence had agreed to return to the Titans on a two-year deal.

The 32-year-old returned to his old side from the Sea Eagles but made the decision to hang up the boots after starting pre-season with the Titans earlier this month.

“It’s with mixed emotions I make this decision,” Lawrence said in a statement.

“I would love to feel like a 20-year-old and have many more seasons ahead, (but) the reality is I’m not and I believe this is the best decision for the team, and for myself.”

NEW MAN: NRL want Maguire to coach referees

WORLD CUP: The 10 best moments of the...


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Read more: New Gold Coast signing Brenton Lawrence announces his retirement without playing a game - Daily...

New Gold Coast signing Brenton Lawrence announces his retirement without playing a game - Daily Telegraph

BRENTON Lawrence will not get a chance to don the Titans jersey once again, after announcing his retirement from rugby league.

The forward was set to play for the Gold Coast next season — after debuting with the club in 2011 — but has decided to retire from the game because he can no longer handle the rigours of an NRL season.

Lawrence had agreed to return to the Titans on a two-year deal.

The 32-year-old returned to his old side from the Sea Eagles but made the decision to hang up the boots after starting pre-season with the Titans earlier this month.

“It’s with mixed emotions I make this decision,” Lawrence said in a statement.

“I would love to feel like a 20-year-old and have many more seasons ahead, (but) the reality is I’m not and I believe this is the best decision for the team, and for myself.”

NEW MAN: NRL want Maguire to coach referees

WORLD CUP: The 10 best moments of the...


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Read more: New Gold Coast signing Brenton Lawrence announces his retirement without playing a game - Daily...

Gold Coast Titans forge formal link with Queensland Cup feeder teams Tweed Heads, Burleigh - Gold Coast Bulletin

GARTH Brennan has underlined his commitment to develop the Gold Coast’s rugby league talent after the Titans inked formal deals with Queensland Cup outfits Tweed and Burleigh to ensure the region’s best players have a pathway to the NRL.

The end of the national under-20 competition, combined with NRL outfits having to contract at least 30 senior players, has made development more important than ever.

It’s an area that Brennan has long believed in. And the Titans have come to the party, establishing formal deals with Burleigh and Tweed and Brennan set to delve deeper into schools and junior programs to ensure the best Gold Coast talent stays with the club.

“Anyone who wants to play NRL at the Gold Coast Titans, they need to realise that the pathway to get here is through Burleigh and Tweed,” Brennan said.

“There’s always going to be times where we have to recruit from outside the...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans forge formal link with Queensland Cup feeder teams Tweed Heads, Burleigh - Gold...

New Gold Coast signing Brenton Lawrence announces his retirement without playing a game - Daily Telegraph

BRENTON Lawrence will not get a chance to don the Titans jersey once again, after announcing his retirement from rugby league.

The forward was set to play for the Gold Coast next season — after debuting with the club in 2011 — but has decided to retire from the game because he can no longer handle the rigours of an NRL season.

Lawrence had agreed to return to the Titans on a two-year deal.

The 32-year-old returned to his old side from the Sea Eagles but made the decision to hang up the boots after starting pre-season with the Titans earlier this month.

“It’s with mixed emotions I make this decision,” Lawrence said in a statement.

“I would love to feel like a 20-year-old and have many more seasons ahead, (but) the reality is I’m not and I believe this is the best decision for the team, and for myself.”

NEW MAN: NRL want Maguire to coach referees

WORLD CUP: The 10 best moments of the...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: New Gold Coast signing Brenton Lawrence announces his retirement without playing a game - Daily...

Gold Coast Titans replace Agnatius Paasi with ex-Penrith Panthers prop Leilani Latu - Gold Coast Bulletin

LEILANI Latu will join Gold Coast’s pre-season training today as the upskilled replacement for released wrecking ball Agnatius Paasi.

It’s a key signing that Titans coach Garth Brennan says makes a statement about the club’s direction.

“He is a fantastic pick-up for the Gold Coast Titans. He is a guy that is on the up,” Brennan told the Bulletin.

“He’s not coming up here to retire; he has got the best years ahead of him and that’s the mantra that I want to set for signing players on the Gold Coast.

“We’re not a club that players come to that no other club wants – you talk to any other club and I’m sure they would all be interested in Leilani Latu but he has chosen the Gold Coast.

NRL: Gold Coast Titans assistant coach Luke Burt says he can help former teammate Jarryd Hayne return to the form that saw him take Parramatta to the 2009 Grand Final.

Burt will help Hayne

“I...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans replace Agnatius Paasi with ex-Penrith Panthers prop Leilani Latu - Gold Coast...



 

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