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Gold Coast Titans

Gold Coast TitansSince their inception to the NRL in 2007, the Cold Coast Titans have had to rely heavily on key recruits Scott Prince, Preston Campbell, Matt Rogers and Luke Bailey for results. As is the case with most new sides, injuries have derailed the Titans’ finals cause in their first two NRL seasons.

Gold Coast Titans Articles

Titans’ horror year continues with Carter’s sacking

by , 16 Dec 2014

For an NRL club that is trying to revitalise its image, Gold Coast’s players aren’t doing the Titans any favours. Chief executive Graham Annesley admits he was almost lost for words when told young forward Paul Carter had been caught drink-driving for the second time this year on Saturday morning – less than a day […]

Gold Coast Titans strip Greg Bird of co-captaincy

Gold Coast Titans strip Greg Bird of co-captaincy

by , 12 Dec 2014

Gold Coast have stripped representative forward Greg Bird of the NRL club’s co-captaincy. Bird was issued with an infringement notice on Monday after being caught urinating on a northern NSW street following his wedding over the weekend. Titans chief executive Graham Annesley announced on Friday the 30-year-old would be axed from his leadership role following […]

No Xmas behaviour warning for Titans

by , 11 Dec 2014

Gold Coast coach Neil Henry sees no need to put his players on notice over their Christmas break despite two off-field incidents that have marred the Titans’ NRL pre-season. Co-captain Greg Bird faces a heavy fine and the prospect of losing his leadership role after he was issued with an infringement notice for offensive behaviour […]

Expensive night out for Greg Bird could also hurt the Titans

Expensive night out for Greg Bird could also hurt the Titans

by , 9 Dec 2014

This is going to turn out to be a very expensive leak for Greg Bird. My understanding is that he can expect to be fined somewhere from $10,000 to $50,000 by the Gold Coast club, depending on a couple of factors. One is how angry the individual members of the club’s disciplinary committee are when […]

No No. 1 guarantee for new Titan Hoffman

by , 3 Dec 2014

Josh Hoffman is Gold Coast’s big off-season recruit but he still has to prove to the Titans’ coaches he’s the NRL club’s best option at fullback. Hoffman quit Brisbane to join the Titans last month following Darius Boyd’s return to the Broncos, seeking to play more in his favoured No.1 jersey. But if the 26-year-old […]

Titans assistant a chip off the old block

by , 2 Dec 2014

Gold Coast assistant coach Rohan Smith has every reason to be wary of becoming an NRL first grade coach. The son of former Illawarra, St George, Newcastle, Parramatta and Sydney Roosters coach Brian Smith has seen first-hand the heartache and tough times that come with such a position. His father coached at the top level […]

Mortimer ready to be Titans’ number one half

by , 26 Nov 2014

It sounds strange for a player with over 100 NRL appearances, two grand finals and one premiership to his name, but 2015 could be the making of Daniel Mortimer. The ex-Parramatta and Sydney Rooster joined Gold Coast midway through last year in the hope of more first grade opportunities. Since his arrival at the Titans, […]

Groundhog Day at Titans: Myles

by , 11 Nov 2014

Plenty has changed at the Gold Coast Titans – new coach, new facilities, new personnel. But Titans co-captain Nate Myles reckons it feels like “Groundhog Day” at the NRL club. Coach Neil Henry has taken charge of his first Titans pre-season since replacing John Cartwright, whipping players back into shape at their new makeshift training […]

Josh Hoffman joins Gold Coast Titans

Josh Hoffman joins Gold Coast Titans

by , 31 Oct 2014

Fullback Josh Hoffman has signed a three-year NRL deal with Gold Coast after being released by Brisbane. The 26-year-old had been linked to a number of suitors including Canberra, Canterbury and Parramatta. It’s understood Hoffman decided to make the move after Broncos coach Wayne Bennett insisted he play on the wing, and not fullback. The […]

Titans Kelly and Blair off to Super League

by , 19 Oct 2014

Gold Coast have released backs Albert Kelly and Maurice Blair to take up the opportunity to play together as halves for Hull KR in the English Super League. The two players, who had a year remaining on their Titans contracts, have signed two-year deals with the English club to replace Australian halves of 2014 who […]

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