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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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Gold Coast Titans table multimillion-dollar formal offer to retain Ash Taylor - Gold Coast Bulletin

ASH Taylor stands to become one of the best-paid players in the NRL if he accepts an offer tabled by the Titans to keep him on the Gold Coast.

Titans boss Graham Annesley told a members forum this week the club had tabled a formal offer they hoped would keep the young halfback on the Gold Coast.

Taylor is contracted until the end of next season but can sign with rivals from November 1 if not locked up by the Titans, who are desperate to build their future around the rising star.

Given that, they have tabled one of the richest deals in club history to Taylor’s manager, with the No. 7 set to surpass the $1 million-a-season mark if he agrees to terms on a multi-year deal.

While the Brisbane Broncos are understood to be keen to lure Taylor back to Red Hill after the 2018 season, they would not be the only club interested in the 22-year-old if he was to enter the open market.

The Titans...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans table multimillion-dollar formal offer to retain Ash Taylor - Gold Coast Bulletin

Danny Buderus' argument against signing the Walker brothers to coach — Media Watch - Fox Sports

LEAGUE legend Danny Buderus has played devil’s advocate, detailing the argument against signing the Walker brothers as NRL coaches.

He says it would force Gold Coast to overhaul their entire playing roster just to accomodate their radical style.

Catch the latest rugby league news in Media Watch!

MAL BACKS DES FOR NSW

Australia coach Mal Meninga believes sacked Canterbury coach Des Hasler would be perfect for the vacant NSW Blues job.


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Read more: Danny Buderus' argument against signing the Walker brothers to coach — Media Watch - Fox Sports

Danny Buderus' argument against signing the Walker brothers to coach — Media Watch - Fox Sports

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LEAGUE legend Danny Buderus has played devil’s advocate, detailing the argument against signing the Walker brothers as NRL coaches.

He says it would force Gold Coast to overhaul their entire playing roster just to accomodate their radical style.

Catch the latest rugby league news in Media Watch!

MAL BACKS DES FOR NSW

Australia coach Mal Meninga believes sacked Canterbury coach Des Hasler would be perfect for the vacant NSW Blues job.


Read full article...


Read more: Danny Buderus' argument against signing the Walker brothers to coach — Media Watch - Fox Sports

Danny Buderus' argument against signing the Walker brothers to coach — Media Watch - Fox Sports

4143551 danny-buderus-argument-against-signing-the-walker-brothers-to-coach-media-watch-fox-sports

LEAGUE legend Danny Buderus has played devil’s advocate, detailing the argument against signing the Walker brothers as NRL coaches.

He says it would force Gold Coast to overhaul their entire playing roster just to accomodate their radical style.

Catch the latest rugby league news in Media Watch!

MAL BACKS DES FOR NSW

Australia coach Mal Meninga believes sacked Canterbury coach Des Hasler would be perfect for the vacant NSW Blues job.


Read full article...


4143549 danny-buderus-argument-against-signing-the-walker-brothers-to-coach-media-watch-fox-sports

LEAGUE legend Danny Buderus has played devil’s advocate, detailing the argument against signing the Walker brothers as NRL coaches.

He says it would force Gold Coast to overhaul their entire playing roster just to accomodate their radical style.

Catch the latest rugby league news in Media Watch!

MAL BACKS DES FOR NSW

Australia coach Mal Meninga believes sacked Canterbury coach Des Hasler would be perfect for the vacant NSW Blues job.


Read full article...


Read more: Danny Buderus' argument against signing the Walker brothers to coach — Media Watch - Fox Sports

Gold Coast Titans table multimillion-dollar formal offer to retain Ash Taylor - Gold Coast Bulletin

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ASH Taylor stands to become one of the best-paid players in the NRL if he accepts an offer tabled by the Titans to keep him on the Gold Coast.

Titans boss Graham Annesley told a members forum this week the club had tabled a formal offer they hoped would keep the young halfback on the Gold Coast.

Taylor is contracted until the end of next season but can sign with rivals from November 1 if not locked up by the Titans, who are desperate to build their future around the rising star.

Given that, they have tabled one of the richest deals in club history to Taylor’s manager, with the No. 7 set to surpass the $1 million-a-season mark if he agrees to terms on a multi-year deal.

While the Brisbane Broncos are understood to be keen to lure Taylor back to Red Hill after the 2018 season, they would not be the only club interested in the 22-year-old if he was to enter the open market.

The Titans...


Read full article...


4143555 gold-coast-titans-table-multimillion-dollar-formal-offer-to-retain-ash-taylor-gold-coast-bulletin

ASH Taylor stands to become one of the best-paid players in the NRL if he accepts an offer tabled by the Titans to keep him on the Gold Coast.

Titans boss Graham Annesley told a members forum this week the club had tabled a formal offer they hoped would keep the young halfback on the Gold Coast.

Taylor is contracted until the end of next season but can sign with rivals from November 1 if not locked up by the Titans, who are desperate to build their future around the rising star.

Given that, they have tabled one of the richest deals in club history to Taylor’s manager, with the No. 7 set to surpass the $1 million-a-season mark if he agrees to terms on a multi-year deal.

While the Brisbane Broncos are understood to be keen to lure Taylor back to Red Hill after the 2018 season, they would not be the only club interested in the 22-year-old if he was to enter the open market.

The Titans...


Read full article...


4143565 gold-coast-titans-table-multimillion-dollar-formal-offer-to-retain-ash-taylor-gold-coast-bulletin

ASH Taylor stands to become one of the best-paid players in the NRL if he accepts an offer tabled by the Titans to keep him on the Gold Coast.

Titans boss Graham Annesley told a members forum this week the club had tabled a formal offer they hoped would keep the young halfback on the Gold Coast.

Taylor is contracted until the end of next season but can sign with rivals from November 1 if not locked up by the Titans, who are desperate to build their future around the rising star.

Given that, they have tabled one of the richest deals in club history to Taylor’s manager, with the No. 7 set to surpass the $1 million-a-season mark if he agrees to terms on a multi-year deal.

While the Brisbane Broncos are understood to be keen to lure Taylor back to Red Hill after the 2018 season, they would not be the only club interested in the 22-year-old if he was to enter the open market.

The Titans...


Read full article...


Read more: Gold Coast Titans table multimillion-dollar formal offer to retain Ash Taylor - Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast Titans table multimillion-dollar formal offer to retain Ash Taylor - Gold Coast Bulletin

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ASH Taylor stands to become one of the best-paid players in the NRL if he accepts an offer tabled by the Titans to keep him on the Gold Coast.

Titans boss Graham Annesley told a members forum this week the club had tabled a formal offer they hoped would keep the young halfback on the Gold Coast.

Taylor is contracted until the end of next season but can sign with rivals from November 1 if not locked up by the Titans, who are desperate to build their future around the rising star.

Given that, they have tabled one of the richest deals in club history to Taylor’s manager, with the No. 7 set to surpass the $1 million-a-season mark if he agrees to terms on a multi-year deal.

While the Brisbane Broncos are understood to be keen to lure Taylor back to Red Hill after the 2018 season, they would not be the only club interested in the 22-year-old if he was to enter the open market.

The Titans...


Read full article...


Read more: Gold Coast Titans table multimillion-dollar formal offer to retain Ash Taylor - Gold Coast Bulletin

Brisbane Bombers enter race for Gold Coast Titans' NRL licence armed with $10 million - Courier Mail

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THE Brisbane Bombers have entered the race for the Titans’ licence armed with a $10 million bid to stave off the North Sydney Bears and keep the club on the Gold Coast.

The Courier Mail can reveal a Bombers consortium has begun due diligence into the Titans after contacting the NRL to formally express interest in buying the financially-stricken club.

The NRL last week officially placed the Titans up for sale, prompting Rebecca Frizelle to resign as club chair as she ramps up plans to purchase the club with former co-owner Darryl Kelly.

Brisbane Bombers enter the race for the Titans' NRL licence.

Frizelle and Kelly are red-hot favourites to clinch the Titans licence, while North Sydney represent a threat with a $7m bid aimed at reviving the famous Bears as an NRL identity.

But the Brisbane consortium has the financial muscle to blow rival bids out of the water.

The Bombers launched...


Read full article...


Read more: Brisbane Bombers enter race for Gold Coast Titans' NRL licence armed with $10 million - Courier Mail

Brisbane Bombers enter race for Gold Coast Titans' NRL licence armed with $10 million - Courier Mail

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THE Brisbane Bombers have entered the race for the Titans’ licence armed with a $10 million bid to stave off the North Sydney Bears and keep the club on the Gold Coast.

The Courier Mail can reveal a Bombers consortium has begun due diligence into the Titans after contacting the NRL to formally express interest in buying the financially-stricken club.

The NRL last week officially placed the Titans up for sale, prompting Rebecca Frizelle to resign as club chair as she ramps up plans to purchase the club with former co-owner Darryl Kelly.

Brisbane Bombers enter the race for the Titans' NRL licence.

Frizelle and Kelly are red-hot favourites to clinch the Titans licence, while North Sydney represent a threat with a $7m bid aimed at reviving the famous Bears as an NRL identity.

But the Brisbane consortium has the financial muscle to blow rival bids out of the water.

The Bombers launched...


Read full article...


4143557 brisbane-bombers-enter-race-for-gold-coast-titans-nrl-licence-armed-with-10-million-courier-mail

THE Brisbane Bombers have entered the race for the Titans’ licence armed with a $10 million bid to stave off the North Sydney Bears and keep the club on the Gold Coast.

The Courier Mail can reveal a Bombers consortium has begun due diligence into the Titans after contacting the NRL to formally express interest in buying the financially-stricken club.

The NRL last week officially placed the Titans up for sale, prompting Rebecca Frizelle to resign as club chair as she ramps up plans to purchase the club with former co-owner Darryl Kelly.

Brisbane Bombers enter the race for the Titans' NRL licence.

Frizelle and Kelly are red-hot favourites to clinch the Titans licence, while North Sydney represent a threat with a $7m bid aimed at reviving the famous Bears as an NRL identity.

But the Brisbane consortium has the financial muscle to blow rival bids out of the water.

The Bombers launched...


Read full article...


4143571 brisbane-bombers-enter-race-for-gold-coast-titans-nrl-licence-armed-with-10-million-courier-mail

THE Brisbane Bombers have entered the race for the Titans’ licence armed with a $10 million bid to stave off the North Sydney Bears and keep the club on the Gold Coast.

The Courier Mail can reveal a Bombers consortium has begun due diligence into the Titans after contacting the NRL to formally express interest in buying the financially-stricken club.

The NRL last week officially placed the Titans up for sale, prompting Rebecca Frizelle to resign as club chair as she ramps up plans to purchase the club with former co-owner Darryl Kelly.

Brisbane Bombers enter the race for the Titans' NRL licence.

Frizelle and Kelly are red-hot favourites to clinch the Titans licence, while North Sydney represent a threat with a $7m bid aimed at reviving the famous Bears as an NRL identity.

But the Brisbane consortium has the financial muscle to blow rival bids out of the water.

The Bombers launched...


Read full article...


Read more: Brisbane Bombers enter race for Gold Coast Titans' NRL licence armed with $10 million - Courier Mail

Maroons coach Kevin Walters says Laurie Daley can rescue Titans - Daily Telegraph

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QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters believes NSW rival Laurie Daley could rescue the Gold Coast after officially ruling himself out of the race for the Titans job.

Gold Coast had Walters on their radar and held discussions with his management following the sacking of Neil Henry, but the Queensland Rugby League have staved off the Titans to retain Walters.

The Broncos legend plans to extend his Maroons contract until the end of 2020 in the coming weeks, with Walters suggesting Daley has the pedigree to turn the Titans into a finals force.

Daley was last month sacked as NSW Origin coach and Walters says he could be the right fit for the Titans, especially given his experience coaching Jarryd Hayne at the Blues.

“I think Laurie is a good candidate for the job,” said Walters, who has consigned Daley to consecutive Origin series defeats.

HELP: Maroonifying Titans will build identity

Laurie...

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4143581 maroons-coach-kevin-walters-says-laurie-daley-can-rescue-titans-daily-telegraph

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters believes NSW rival Laurie Daley could rescue the Gold Coast after officially ruling himself out of the race for the Titans job.

Gold Coast had Walters on their radar and held discussions with his management following the sacking of Neil Henry, but the Queensland Rugby League have staved off the Titans to retain Walters.

The Broncos legend plans to extend his Maroons contract until the end of 2020 in the coming weeks, with Walters suggesting Daley has the pedigree to turn the Titans into a finals force.

Daley was last month sacked as NSW Origin coach and Walters says he could be the right fit for the Titans, especially given his experience coaching Jarryd Hayne at the Blues.

“I think Laurie is a good candidate for the job,” said Walters, who has consigned Daley to consecutive Origin series defeats.

HELP: Maroonifying Titans will build identity

Laurie...

Read full article...


4143561 maroons-coach-kevin-walters-says-laurie-daley-can-rescue-titans-daily-telegraph

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters believes NSW rival Laurie Daley could rescue the Gold Coast after officially ruling himself out of the race for the Titans job.

Gold Coast had Walters on their radar and held discussions with his management following the sacking of Neil Henry, but the Queensland Rugby League have staved off the Titans to retain Walters.

The Broncos legend plans to extend his Maroons contract until the end of 2020 in the coming weeks, with Walters suggesting Daley has the pedigree to turn the Titans into a finals force.

Daley was last month sacked as NSW Origin coach and Walters says he could be the right fit for the Titans, especially given his experience coaching Jarryd Hayne at the Blues.

“I think Laurie is a good candidate for the job,” said Walters, who has consigned Daley to consecutive Origin series defeats.

HELP: Maroonifying Titans will build identity

Laurie...

Read full article...


Read more: Maroons coach Kevin Walters says Laurie Daley can rescue Titans - Daily Telegraph

Maroons coach Kevin Walters says Laurie Daley can rescue Titans - Daily Telegraph

4143561 maroons-coach-kevin-walters-says-laurie-daley-can-rescue-titans-daily-telegraph

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters believes NSW rival Laurie Daley could rescue the Gold Coast after officially ruling himself out of the race for the Titans job.

Gold Coast had Walters on their radar and held discussions with his management following the sacking of Neil Henry, but the Queensland Rugby League have staved off the Titans to retain Walters.

The Broncos legend plans to extend his Maroons contract until the end of 2020 in the coming weeks, with Walters suggesting Daley has the pedigree to turn the Titans into a finals force.

Daley was last month sacked as NSW Origin coach and Walters says he could be the right fit for the Titans, especially given his experience coaching Jarryd Hayne at the Blues.

“I think Laurie is a good candidate for the job,” said Walters, who has consigned Daley to consecutive Origin series defeats.

HELP: Maroonifying Titans will build identity

Laurie...

Read full article...


Read more: Maroons coach Kevin Walters says Laurie Daley can rescue Titans - Daily Telegraph

Gold Coast Titans table multimillion-dollar formal offer to retain Ash Taylor - Gold Coast Bulletin

4143565 gold-coast-titans-table-multimillion-dollar-formal-offer-to-retain-ash-taylor-gold-coast-bulletin

ASH Taylor stands to become one of the best-paid players in the NRL if he accepts an offer tabled by the Titans to keep him on the Gold Coast.

Titans boss Graham Annesley told a members forum this week the club had tabled a formal offer they hoped would keep the young halfback on the Gold Coast.

Taylor is contracted until the end of next season but can sign with rivals from November 1 if not locked up by the Titans, who are desperate to build their future around the rising star.

Given that, they have tabled one of the richest deals in club history to Taylor’s manager, with the No. 7 set to surpass the $1 million-a-season mark if he agrees to terms on a multi-year deal.

While the Brisbane Broncos are understood to be keen to lure Taylor back to Red Hill after the 2018 season, they would not be the only club interested in the 22-year-old if he was to enter the open market.

The Titans...


Read full article...


Read more: Gold Coast Titans table multimillion-dollar formal offer to retain Ash Taylor - Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast Titans fans to turn up heat on club officials over sacking of Neil Henry - Gold Coast Bulletin

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ABOUT 200 passionate fans are expected to pepper Titans officials with questions on the axing of coach Neil Henry and imminent sale of the Gold Coast franchise at a member forum tonight.

Chief executive Graham Annesley and former board members Rebecca Frizelle and Darryl Kelly will address members, who have been asked to submit questions for the event at Griffith University tonight.

Annesley said there had been great interest in the meeting and while he expected it to be a passionate affair, especially given recent events, he did not expect a fiery crowd.

“Members are passionate about the club,” Annesley said.

Will Hopoate of the Bulldogs is tackled by the Titans defence during the round 25 NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Cbus Super Stadium on August 26, 2017 in Gold Coast, Australia. Photo: Brendon Thorne/Getty Images

“I’m not expecting it to...


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ABOUT 200 passionate fans are expected to pepper Titans officials with questions on the axing of coach Neil Henry and imminent sale of the Gold Coast franchise at a member forum tonight.

Chief executive Graham Annesley and former board members Rebecca Frizelle and Darryl Kelly will address members, who have been asked to submit questions for the event at Griffith University tonight.

Annesley said there had been great interest in the meeting and while he expected it to be a passionate affair, especially given recent events, he did not expect a fiery crowd.

“Members are passionate about the club,” Annesley said.

Will Hopoate of the Bulldogs is tackled by the Titans defence during the round 25 NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Cbus Super Stadium on August 26, 2017 in Gold Coast, Australia. Photo: Brendon Thorne/Getty Images

“I’m not expecting it to...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans fans to turn up heat on club officials over sacking of Neil Henry - Gold Coast...

Gold Coast Titans fans to turn up heat on club officials over sacking of Neil Henry - Gold Coast Bulletin

4143569 gold-coast-titans-fans-to-turn-up-heat-on-club-officials-over-sacking-of-neil-henry-gold-coast-bulletin

ABOUT 200 passionate fans are expected to pepper Titans officials with questions on the axing of coach Neil Henry and imminent sale of the Gold Coast franchise at a member forum tonight.

Chief executive Graham Annesley and former board members Rebecca Frizelle and Darryl Kelly will address members, who have been asked to submit questions for the event at Griffith University tonight.

Annesley said there had been great interest in the meeting and while he expected it to be a passionate affair, especially given recent events, he did not expect a fiery crowd.

“Members are passionate about the club,” Annesley said.

Will Hopoate of the Bulldogs is tackled by the Titans defence during the round 25 NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Cbus Super Stadium on August 26, 2017 in Gold Coast, Australia. Photo: Brendon Thorne/Getty Images

“I’m not expecting it to...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans fans to turn up heat on club officials over sacking of Neil Henry - Gold Coast...

Brisbane Bombers enter race for Gold Coast Titans' NRL licence armed with $10 million - Courier Mail

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THE Brisbane Bombers have entered the race for the Titans’ licence armed with a $10 million bid to stave off the North Sydney Bears and keep the club on the Gold Coast.

The Courier Mail can reveal a Bombers consortium has begun due diligence into the Titans after contacting the NRL to formally express interest in buying the financially-stricken club.

The NRL last week officially placed the Titans up for sale, prompting Rebecca Frizelle to resign as club chair as she ramps up plans to purchase the club with former co-owner Darryl Kelly.

Brisbane Bombers enter the race for the Titans' NRL licence.

Frizelle and Kelly are red-hot favourites to clinch the Titans licence, while North Sydney represent a threat with a $7m bid aimed at reviving the famous Bears as an NRL identity.

But the Brisbane consortium has the financial muscle to blow rival bids out of the water.

The Bombers launched...


Read full article...


Read more: Brisbane Bombers enter race for Gold Coast Titans' NRL licence armed with $10 million - Courier Mail

Maroons coach Kevin Walters says Laurie Daley can rescue Titans - Daily Telegraph

4143581 maroons-coach-kevin-walters-says-laurie-daley-can-rescue-titans-daily-telegraph

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters believes NSW rival Laurie Daley could rescue the Gold Coast after officially ruling himself out of the race for the Titans job.

Gold Coast had Walters on their radar and held discussions with his management following the sacking of Neil Henry, but the Queensland Rugby League have staved off the Titans to retain Walters.

The Broncos legend plans to extend his Maroons contract until the end of 2020 in the coming weeks, with Walters suggesting Daley has the pedigree to turn the Titans into a finals force.

Daley was last month sacked as NSW Origin coach and Walters says he could be the right fit for the Titans, especially given his experience coaching Jarryd Hayne at the Blues.

“I think Laurie is a good candidate for the job,” said Walters, who has consigned Daley to consecutive Origin series defeats.

HELP: Maroonifying Titans will build identity

Laurie...

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Read more: Maroons coach Kevin Walters says Laurie Daley can rescue Titans - Daily Telegraph

Gold Coast Titans: End of season review - Sporting News

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What to make of the Gold Coast Titans 2017? See below for the highlights...but mostly lows.

MORE: DCE claims Sea Eagles' top prize | ''It's great to see that in rugby league'' - Cherry-Evans encourages Manly's sledging

TEAM

Gold Coast Titans. The Titans are the youngest of the 16 clubs, having played their first season in 2007. Will the become the Gold Coast Bears in the future? 

FINISHED

15th. At the end of the year, one can wonder how they finished so high.

WHAT WE EXPECTED

After a finals appearance in 2016, we expected more of the same. Jarryd Hayne was supposed to get back to his 2009 best, and the Titans were supposed to snag a finals spot in 2017.

WHAT WE GOT

Is a train wreck too harsh? Poor performances mixed with consistent off-field drama led to a terrible year from the men from the glitter strip.

BEST PLAYER

Ash Taylor. The young halfback has had a terrific season for the...


Read full article...


4143579 gold-coast-titans-end-of-season-review-sporting-news

What to make of the Gold Coast Titans 2017? See below for the highlights...but mostly lows.

MORE: DCE claims Sea Eagles' top prize | ''It's great to see that in rugby league'' - Cherry-Evans encourages Manly's sledging

TEAM

Gold Coast Titans. The Titans are the youngest of the 16 clubs, having played their first season in 2007. Will the become the Gold Coast Bears in the future? 

FINISHED

15th. At the end of the year, one can wonder how they finished so high.

WHAT WE EXPECTED

After a finals appearance in 2016, we expected more of the same. Jarryd Hayne was supposed to get back to his 2009 best, and the Titans were supposed to snag a finals spot in 2017.

WHAT WE GOT

Is a train wreck too harsh? Poor performances mixed with consistent off-field drama led to a terrible year from the men from the glitter strip.

BEST PLAYER

Ash Taylor. The young halfback has had a terrific season for the...


Read full article...


Read more: Gold Coast Titans: End of season review - Sporting News

Gold Coast Titans: End of season review - Sporting News

4143579 gold-coast-titans-end-of-season-review-sporting-news

What to make of the Gold Coast Titans 2017? See below for the highlights...but mostly lows.

MORE: DCE claims Sea Eagles' top prize | ''It's great to see that in rugby league'' - Cherry-Evans encourages Manly's sledging

TEAM

Gold Coast Titans. The Titans are the youngest of the 16 clubs, having played their first season in 2007. Will the become the Gold Coast Bears in the future? 

FINISHED

15th. At the end of the year, one can wonder how they finished so high.

WHAT WE EXPECTED

After a finals appearance in 2016, we expected more of the same. Jarryd Hayne was supposed to get back to his 2009 best, and the Titans were supposed to snag a finals spot in 2017.

WHAT WE GOT

Is a train wreck too harsh? Poor performances mixed with consistent off-field drama led to a terrible year from the men from the glitter strip.

BEST PLAYER

Ash Taylor. The young halfback has had a terrific season for the...


Read full article...


Read more: Gold Coast Titans: End of season review - Sporting News

Gold Coast Titans best and fairest winner Anthony Don to mentor next generation of outside backs - Gold Coast Bulletin

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PAUL Broughton Medal winner Anthony Don says he is looking forward to mentoring the Titans’ next generation of outside backs after finally finding the belief he is a contributing member of the club.

Don was a popular winner of the club’s highest honour on Wednesday night after taking out most valuable player honours by two votes from NSW Origin hooker Nathan Peats.

Despite his win and the NSW Country honours that came earlier this year, the humble winger revealed he still battled confidence issues.

“I’m not too confident of a person but when I’m on the field I know what I’m capable of and I know I can do a couple of big plays if it comes my way,” Don said.

“In general I’m not too confident but it’s been a gradual build-up, each year I’ve gotten better and better.

“This has been my best year so far and hopefully I can continue the next couple of years.”

And with young backs the...


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4140661 gold-coast-titans-best-and-fairest-winner-anthony-don-to-mentor-next-generation-of-outside-backs-gold-coast-bulletin

PAUL Broughton Medal winner Anthony Don says he is looking forward to mentoring the Titans’ next generation of outside backs after finally finding the belief he is a contributing member of the club.

Don was a popular winner of the club’s highest honour on Wednesday night after taking out most valuable player honours by two votes from NSW Origin hooker Nathan Peats.

Despite his win and the NSW Country honours that came earlier this year, the humble winger revealed he still battled confidence issues.

“I’m not too confident of a person but when I’m on the field I know what I’m capable of and I know I can do a couple of big plays if it comes my way,” Don said.

“In general I’m not too confident but it’s been a gradual build-up, each year I’ve gotten better and better.

“This has been my best year so far and hopefully I can continue the next couple of years.”

And with young backs the...


Read full article...


4140663 gold-coast-titans-best-and-fairest-winner-anthony-don-to-mentor-next-generation-of-outside-backs-gold-coast-bulletin

PAUL Broughton Medal winner Anthony Don says he is looking forward to mentoring the Titans’ next generation of outside backs after finally finding the belief he is a contributing member of the club.

Don was a popular winner of the club’s highest honour on Wednesday night after taking out most valuable player honours by two votes from NSW Origin hooker Nathan Peats.

Despite his win and the NSW Country honours that came earlier this year, the humble winger revealed he still battled confidence issues.

“I’m not too confident of a person but when I’m on the field I know what I’m capable of and I know I can do a couple of big plays if it comes my way,” Don said.

“In general I’m not too confident but it’s been a gradual build-up, each year I’ve gotten better and better.

“This has been my best year so far and hopefully I can continue the next couple of years.”

And with young backs the...


Read full article...


Read more: Gold Coast Titans best and fairest winner Anthony Don to mentor next generation of outside backs...

Gold Coast Titans best and fairest winner Anthony Don to mentor next generation of outside backs - Gold Coast Bulletin

4140661 gold-coast-titans-best-and-fairest-winner-anthony-don-to-mentor-next-generation-of-outside-backs-gold-coast-bulletin

PAUL Broughton Medal winner Anthony Don says he is looking forward to mentoring the Titans’ next generation of outside backs after finally finding the belief he is a contributing member of the club.

Don was a popular winner of the club’s highest honour on Wednesday night after taking out most valuable player honours by two votes from NSW Origin hooker Nathan Peats.

Despite his win and the NSW Country honours that came earlier this year, the humble winger revealed he still battled confidence issues.

“I’m not too confident of a person but when I’m on the field I know what I’m capable of and I know I can do a couple of big plays if it comes my way,” Don said.

“In general I’m not too confident but it’s been a gradual build-up, each year I’ve gotten better and better.

“This has been my best year so far and hopefully I can continue the next couple of years.”

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PAUL Broughton Medal winner Anthony Don says he is looking forward to mentoring the Titans’ next generation of outside backs after finally finding the belief he is a contributing member of the club.

Don was a popular winner of the club’s highest honour on Wednesday night after taking out most valuable player honours by two votes from NSW Origin hooker Nathan Peats.

Despite his win and the NSW Country honours that came earlier this year, the humble winger revealed he still battled confidence issues.

“I’m not too confident of a person but when I’m on the field I know what I’m capable of and I know I can do a couple of big plays if it comes my way,” Don said.

“In general I’m not too confident but it’s been a gradual build-up, each year I’ve gotten better and better.

“This has been my best year so far and hopefully I can continue the next couple of years.”

And with young backs the...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans best and fairest winner Anthony Don to mentor next generation of outside backs...



 

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