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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 may play injured trio Jarryd Hayne, Kevin Proctor and Konrad Hurrell - Gold Coast Bulletin

THE Gold Coast Titans are prepared to risk playing star trio Jarryd Hayne, Kevin Proctor and Konrad Hurrell against premiers Cronulla this weekend.

Coach Neil Henry said if all three made it through training today and again at a light session on Friday there was every chance they would line up against the Sharks even if they were only 80 per cent fit.

Hayne (ankle), Hurrell (ankle) and Proctor (hamstring) are all getting closer to resuming from injuries but the Gold Coast’s desperate situation with only one win this season may be the persuader for Henry.

“The season is running away from us and we need to turn it around – and it’s a big scalp going down there and try to beat the Sharks who are in great form,” Henry said.

“We’d love to have them play (Hayne, Hurrell and ­Proctor) but then you run the risk if you take three players into the starting 13 who are all 80 per cent and two...


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James: Broncos loss boosted confidence - Gold Coast Bulletin

FEW good things come out of a Titans derby loss to the Broncos.

But Gold Coast captain Ryan James believes his team’s heartbreaker in Brisbane last week has given his players the confidence they can compete with any team in the league and remain a finals chance despite their lowly ladder position.

“It was hard to take a loss like that, especially against them, and we were in it,” James said of the 24-22 defeat to the Broncos.

“But we figured out that we can play some good footy.”

The likely return of Jarryd Hayne, Kevin Proctor and Konrad Hurrell will hand the Titans the strongest team they have fielded all year, with just Agnatius Paasi missing from their strongest combination.

But James — who declared himself a certain starter despite picking up an ankle injury last week — said those who had slogged through the opening seven rounds were well aware they could not just rely on the...


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Read more: James: Broncos loss boosted confidence - Gold Coast Bulletin

Will rep selectors reward the Titans? - Gold Coast Bulletin

Will the Gold Coast Titans be rewarded by rep selectors?

Yes — Emma Greenwood

THE Titans are set to face the biggest Origin player drain since Nate Myles, Ashley Harrison and Greg Bird donned state colours, with as many as four players in contention for this year’s representative series.

Ironically, Ryan James, the man that seemed the Titan most likely to break into the Origin arena, could be the one on the outer, with the Blues blessed with options in the middle.

With Aaron Woods, Andrew Fifita, James Tamou and David Klemmer certainties to regain their Origin spots, James will be pitched into a battle with Shannon Boyd and Jake Trbovejic for a Blues jersey.

Jarryd Hayne’s successful return from an ankle injury on Saturday night was a boon for the Titans but NSW coach Laurie Daley would have been as relieved as anyone that the superstar played well.

Hayne will not regain the No. 1...


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Gold Coast Titans coach Neil Henry not worried by Jarryd Hayne ... - Wide World of Sports

Gold Coast coach Neil Henry says Jarryd Hayne is quite entitled to explore an NRL return to Parramatta but he remains hopeful the fullback will stay.

With an option in his favour to leave the Titans at the end of the year, Hayne's representatives have reportedly sent Parramatta an expression of interest.

Eels players at training on Tuesday were reluctant to talk on the matter before the likes of coach Brad Arthur or chief executive Bernie Gurr addressed it.

"He's a class athlete," forward Nathan Brown said. "But it's not up to us players. It's up to Brad Arthur, Bernie and the board."

Meanwhile, Henry insisted he was neither worried by the news nor concerned by about how on-going speculation might affect Hayne's form after he put in a man-of-the-match display on return match from injury against Cronulla on Saturday.

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Home a fortress in Titans' finals push - Gold Coast Bulletin

THE Titans will push their case for back-to-back NRL finals campaigns during a month-long “sunshine swing”, with their next five fixtures all in Queensland.

Gold Coast do not leave the Sunshine State until their Round 15 clash against the Rabbitohs in mid-June, leaving them with plenty of time to regain confidence in their combinations as players return from injury.

The Titans play three games at Cbus Super Stadium during that period and need their home to become a fortress as they attempt to embark on a run that will push them back into the top eight.

Gold Coast Titans to push case for return to NRL finals during month-long ‘sunshine swing’. Photo: Matt Roberts/Getty Images

A winning home run would reverse recent fortune for the Titans, who have won only one of their four matches at Cbus this season and have not had a record better than 50 per cent since 2013, when they won seven...


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Coach Wayne Bennett names Gold Coast Titans player Chris McQueen in English Test squad - Gold Coast Bulletin

GOLD Coast Titans utility player Chris McQueen is among five uncapped players named by England coach Wayne Bennett for a mid-season Test against Samoa next month.

But McQueen’s Titans teammate Joe Greenwood, who is chasing a dream of representing his country, missed out as Bennett included eight Australian-based players for the May 6 Test in Sydney.

McQueen, a Queensland State of Origin rep, was born in Australia but qualifies through his English-born father.

The England squad to face Samoa is: Sam Burgess, Tom Burgess (South Sydney); Luke Gale, Mike McMeeken, Zak Hardaker (Castleford); James Graham (Canterbury); Ryan Hall, Kallum Watkins (Leeds); Chris Heighington (Cronulla); Chris Hill (Warrington); Josh Hodgson, Elliott Whitehead (Canberra); Jermaine McGillvary (Huddersfield); Chris McQueen (Gold Coast); Sean O’Loughlin, George Williams (Wigan); Mark Percival, Alex Walmsley (St...


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Don to 'Boogie' more for Titans - Gold Coast Bulletin

TITANS cult hero Anthony Don says he needs to roll his sleeves up and get more involved from the back in a bid to help the Gold Coast launch a push towards the top eight.

Don, known universally in league circles as “Boogs”, made 177m from 14 carries in the Titans’ dogged 16-12 win against defending premiers Cronulla last start in his best game of the season.

The efforts pushed his average above 100m this season, a mark he knows he has to hold if he is to be more than just a finisher for the club.

The mercurial winger has had outstanding moments this season — including his effort to get out of the in-goal in the 79th minute against the Sharks in an effort that arguably won the Titans the game — but admits he needs to improve his workrate to help hand early momentum to the Gold Coast attack.

“I definitely think something I need to improve on is how many carries I have in a game and...


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Read more: Don to 'Boogie' more for Titans - Gold Coast Bulletin

Jarryd Hayne's attitude not a problem, says Gold Coast Titans coach Neil Henry - The Sydney Morning Herald

Jarryd Hayne's numerous on-field arguments with Ash Taylor in their upset win over Cronulla last week do not concern Gold Coast coach Neil Henry.

Hayne was constantly bickering with halfback Ash Taylor as the Titans recorded their second win of the season, but this didn't faze Henry.

Under the spotlight: Jarryd Hayne. Under the spotlight: Jarryd Hayne. Photo: NRL Imagery

"They're always fighting for the ball, they're competitive guys and if Ash wants the ball and Jarryd wants the ball they're going to argue a little bit," Henry said.

This and Hayne's blow-up at teammate Dan Sarginson for a dropped ball had pundits questioning the attitude of the former NFL player.

Former Kangaroos Mark Gasnier and Justin Hodges said they feared Hayne's attitude during the match might have a negative influence on the club's young squad.

"Those guys Ash Taylor, (Tyrone) Roberts they can learn bad habits from him," Hodges told Fox...


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Gold Coast Titans vs Newcastle Knights NRL Preview and Team News - Rippa.com

Gold Coast Titans look to back up their big win over the reigning premiers last week when they play host to the Newcastle Knights in the first game on Super Saturday during NRL Round 9 action.

Currently 15th and 16th on the competition ladder, the Titans and Knights are desperate for two points as they try to maintain pace with the top eight.

While the Knights appear destined to be in another scrap for the wooden spoon, the Titans gave their fans cause for optimism last week with their superb win over Cronulla away from home.

The Sharks hadn’t conceded a try in their previous wins over Melbourne and Penrith, but the Titans’ attack - which ranks among the best in the competition - was able to find a way through the Cronulla defence in a 16-12 triumph.

Jarryd Hayne and Konrad Hurrell were tremendous in returning from injury, while Ash Taylor and Tyrone Roberts gelled well in the...


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Gold Coast Titans comforatable paying hundreds of thousands for ex-players and an actor - Gold Coast Bulletin

THE Titans insist they are comfortable with the decision to allow several players to exit their contracts early despite still being responsible for payments worth several hundred thousand dollars this season — including for a winger who retired almost two years ago.

Hit by an unprecedented injury crisis, the Titans have been criticised for a lack of depth as they struggle to cover for issues to up to half their top squad.

Gold Coast Titans winger Kevin Gordon retired from the club to pursue an acting career. Pics Adam Head

The club is still paying wages to five players who are no longer at the club, including winger Kevin Gordon, who retired due to a chronic hip injury at the end of the 2015 season.

David Shillington, who also retired due to chronic injury, is also being paid this year, along with Josh Hoffman, Luke Douglas and Zeb Taia, who all helped the Gold Coast to their first...


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Gold Coast Titans may play injured trio Jarryd Hayne, Kevin Proctor and Konrad Hurrell - Gold Coast Bulletin

THE Gold Coast Titans are prepared to risk playing star trio Jarryd Hayne, Kevin Proctor and Konrad Hurrell against premiers Cronulla this weekend.

Coach Neil Henry said if all three made it through training today and again at a light session on Friday there was every chance they would line up against the Sharks even if they were only 80 per cent fit.

Hayne (ankle), Hurrell (ankle) and Proctor (hamstring) are all getting closer to resuming from injuries but the Gold Coast’s desperate situation with only one win this season may be the persuader for Henry.

“The season is running away from us and we need to turn it around – and it’s a big scalp going down there and try to beat the Sharks who are in great form,” Henry said.

“We’d love to have them play (Hayne, Hurrell and ­Proctor) but then you run the risk if you take three players into the starting 13 who are all 80 per cent and two...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans may play injured trio Jarryd Hayne, Kevin Proctor and Konrad Hurrell - Gold...

James: Broncos loss boosted confidence - Gold Coast Bulletin

FEW good things come out of a Titans derby loss to the Broncos.

But Gold Coast captain Ryan James believes his team’s heartbreaker in Brisbane last week has given his players the confidence they can compete with any team in the league and remain a finals chance despite their lowly ladder position.

“It was hard to take a loss like that, especially against them, and we were in it,” James said of the 24-22 defeat to the Broncos.

“But we figured out that we can play some good footy.”

The likely return of Jarryd Hayne, Kevin Proctor and Konrad Hurrell will hand the Titans the strongest team they have fielded all year, with just Agnatius Paasi missing from their strongest combination.

But James — who declared himself a certain starter despite picking up an ankle injury last week — said those who had slogged through the opening seven rounds were well aware they could not just rely on the...


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Read more: James: Broncos loss boosted confidence - Gold Coast Bulletin

Will rep selectors reward the Titans? - Gold Coast Bulletin

Will the Gold Coast Titans be rewarded by rep selectors?

Yes — Emma Greenwood

THE Titans are set to face the biggest Origin player drain since Nate Myles, Ashley Harrison and Greg Bird donned state colours, with as many as four players in contention for this year’s representative series.

Ironically, Ryan James, the man that seemed the Titan most likely to break into the Origin arena, could be the one on the outer, with the Blues blessed with options in the middle.

With Aaron Woods, Andrew Fifita, James Tamou and David Klemmer certainties to regain their Origin spots, James will be pitched into a battle with Shannon Boyd and Jake Trbovejic for a Blues jersey.

Jarryd Hayne’s successful return from an ankle injury on Saturday night was a boon for the Titans but NSW coach Laurie Daley would have been as relieved as anyone that the superstar played well.

Hayne will not regain the No. 1...


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Read more: Will rep selectors reward the Titans? - Gold Coast Bulletin

Home a fortress in Titans' finals push - Gold Coast Bulletin

THE Titans will push their case for back-to-back NRL finals campaigns during a month-long “sunshine swing”, with their next five fixtures all in Queensland.

Gold Coast do not leave the Sunshine State until their Round 15 clash against the Rabbitohs in mid-June, leaving them with plenty of time to regain confidence in their combinations as players return from injury.

The Titans play three games at Cbus Super Stadium during that period and need their home to become a fortress as they attempt to embark on a run that will push them back into the top eight.

Gold Coast Titans to push case for return to NRL finals during month-long ‘sunshine swing’. Photo: Matt Roberts/Getty Images

A winning home run would reverse recent fortune for the Titans, who have won only one of their four matches at Cbus this season and have not had a record better than 50 per cent since 2013, when they won seven...


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Read more: Home a fortress in Titans' finals push - Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast Titans star Jarryd Hayne sounds out Parramatta Eels about possible return - The Sydney Morning Herald

Jarryd Hayne has made enquiries about a potential homecoming at Parramatta next season.

Fairfax Media understands the Eels fielded an expression of interest from Hayne's representatives last week to sound out the club about the possibility of the prodigal son returning home.

Back to his best: Jarryd Hayne celebrates with teammates during the Titans' win over the Sharks. Back to his best: Jarryd Hayne celebrates with teammates during the Titans' win over the Sharks. Photo: Getty Images

Hayne has a one-year option in his favour to remain at the Gold Coast for $1.2 million next season, and has until the end of May to decide whether he will take up the offer to stay at the Titans.

It is understood the 29-year-old is keen to return to Sydney after becoming a father last year, and has been telling those closest to him that he still harbours a desire to wear the blue and gold.

Parramatta, who have signed Mitchell Moses and Kane Evans for next year, are aware of his interest in...


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Passion for England no bluff: McQueen - Gold Coast Bulletin

TITANS hard man Chris McQueen says his passion for England is genuine despite his continued love for Queensland and the Maroons.

McQueen’s selection in Wayne Bennett’s team for England’s Test against Samoa has been pilloried in some quarters, especially given the former Queensland Origin forward’s six game career for the Maroons.

But McQueen, who qualifies to play for the “mother country” due to his father’s heritage, said he could not understand the fuss.

Gold Coast Titan Chris McQueen. Picture: Nigel Hallett

“It’s as if people don’t understand you can be proud of two heritages,” he said.

“I have two parents, I have two backgrounds and I’m equally proud of both of them. So this (Test call-up) feels exactly the same as when I pulled on that Queensland jersey.”

McQueen — whose father Kevin is a proud Englishman, who was born in London and moved to Australia in 1970 where he had a...


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Read more: Passion for England no bluff: McQueen - Gold Coast Bulletin

Jarryd Hayne's attitude not a problem, says Gold Coast Titans coach Neil Henry - The Sydney Morning Herald

Jarryd Hayne's numerous on-field arguments with Ash Taylor in their upset win over Cronulla last week do not concern Gold Coast coach Neil Henry.

Hayne was constantly bickering with halfback Ash Taylor as the Titans recorded their second win of the season, but this didn't faze Henry.

Under the spotlight: Jarryd Hayne. Under the spotlight: Jarryd Hayne. Photo: NRL Imagery

"They're always fighting for the ball, they're competitive guys and if Ash wants the ball and Jarryd wants the ball they're going to argue a little bit," Henry said.

This and Hayne's blow-up at teammate Dan Sarginson for a dropped ball had pundits questioning the attitude of the former NFL player.

Former Kangaroos Mark Gasnier and Justin Hodges said they feared Hayne's attitude during the match might have a negative influence on the club's young squad.

"Those guys Ash Taylor, (Tyrone) Roberts they can learn bad habits from him," Hodges told Fox...


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Read more: Jarryd Hayne's attitude not a problem, says Gold Coast Titans coach Neil Henry - The Sydney...

Don to 'Boogie' more for Titans - Gold Coast Bulletin

TITANS cult hero Anthony Don says he needs to roll his sleeves up and get more involved from the back in a bid to help the Gold Coast launch a push towards the top eight.

Don, known universally in league circles as “Boogs”, made 177m from 14 carries in the Titans’ dogged 16-12 win against defending premiers Cronulla last start in his best game of the season.

The efforts pushed his average above 100m this season, a mark he knows he has to hold if he is to be more than just a finisher for the club.

The mercurial winger has had outstanding moments this season — including his effort to get out of the in-goal in the 79th minute against the Sharks in an effort that arguably won the Titans the game — but admits he needs to improve his workrate to help hand early momentum to the Gold Coast attack.

“I definitely think something I need to improve on is how many carries I have in a game and...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Don to 'Boogie' more for Titans - Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast Titans comforatable paying hundreds of thousands for ex-players and an actor - Gold Coast Bulletin

THE Titans insist they are comfortable with the decision to allow several players to exit their contracts early despite still being responsible for payments worth several hundred thousand dollars this season — including for a winger who retired almost two years ago.

Hit by an unprecedented injury crisis, the Titans have been criticised for a lack of depth as they struggle to cover for issues to up to half their top squad.

Gold Coast Titans winger Kevin Gordon retired from the club to pursue an acting career. Pics Adam Head

The club is still paying wages to five players who are no longer at the club, including winger Kevin Gordon, who retired due to a chronic hip injury at the end of the 2015 season.

David Shillington, who also retired due to chronic injury, is also being paid this year, along with Josh Hoffman, Luke Douglas and Zeb Taia, who all helped the Gold Coast to their first...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans comforatable paying hundreds of thousands for ex-players and an actor - Gold...

Gold Coast Titans believe returning players can help upset defending premiers - Gold Coast Bulletin

FEW good things come out of a Titans derby loss to the Broncos.

But Gold Coast captain Ryan James believes his team’s heartbreaker in Brisbane last week has given his players the confidence they can compete with any team in the league and remain a finals chance despite their lowly ladder position.

“It was hard to take a loss like that, especially against them, and we were in it,” James said of the 24-22 defeat to the Broncos.

“But we figured out that we can play some good footy.”

The likely return of Jarryd Hayne, Kevin Proctor and Konrad Hurrell will hand the Titans the strongest team they have fielded all year, with just Agnatius Paasi missing from their strongest combination.

But James — who declared himself a certain starter despite picking up an ankle injury last week — said those who had slogged through the opening seven rounds were well aware they could not just rely on the...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans believe returning players can help upset defending premiers - Gold Coast Bulletin



Round 8
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14 - 38 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 April 2015, 7:45pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 18,521
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 28 - 32 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,102
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 - 26 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 25 April 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,518
Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 12 - 14 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 25 April 2015, 4:00pm Allianz Stadium (Nine Network) 35,110
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 10 - 12 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 25 April 2015, 6:00pm AAMI Park (Fox Sports) 13,948
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 28 - 16 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 25 April 2015, 8:00pm Suncorp Stadium (Fox Sports) 34,398
Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 26 - 18 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 26 April 2015, 2:00pm Pepper Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,798
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 22 - 30 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 26 April 2015, 4:00pm Barlow Park (Nine Network) 8,713

 

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NRL Ladder

Pos Team P W D L
1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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