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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

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 […]

Titans NRL CEO can’t understand cap cheats

by , 17 Oct 2014

Gold Coast chief executive Graham Annesley says breaching the NRL’s salary cap is just not worth it, with the truth always likely to eventually emerge. The Titans were slapped with a $300,000 fine after an NRL investigation confirmed a breach in regard to former star playmaker Scott Prince. They were also docked four competition points […]

BREAKING: Gold Coast Titans fined $300,000 for salary cap breaches

BREAKING: Gold Coast Titans fined $300,000 for salary cap breaches

by , 16 Oct 2014

The Gold Coast Titans have been docked four NRL competition points and fined $300,000 for breaching the salary cap. $75,000 of the fine has been suspended by the NRL due to the club self-reporting the breaches and cooperating the with body’s investigation, but it is still another massive blow to a club that has recently […]

Gold Coast Titans appoint new assistant coach

by , 3 Oct 2014

The son of former NRL coach Brian Smith has been appointed as an assistant coach at Gold Coast. Rohan Smith will join Terry Matterson as an assistant to new Titans head coach Neil Henry for the 2015 campaign. The 33-year-old has already spent 11 years in the game rising through the coaching ranks, first joining […]

Titans land Cowboys assistant

by , 27 Sep 2014

Gold Coast have lured Terry Matterson from North Queensland to be Neil Henry’s assistant coach at the NRL club. Matterson is the first appointment to Henry’s backroom staff as the 51-year-old continues his shake-up of the embattled Titans. The pair previously worked together when Henry was coach of the Cowboys, with Matterson ending a six-year […]

Titans confirm plan to build new HQ

by , 25 Sep 2014

NRL boss Dave Smith is confident Gold Coast’s plan to build new headquarters just two years after being forced to sell their expensive Robina base won’t repeat the mistakes of the past. The Titans unveiled plans on Wednesday to construct a new base in the northern Gold Coast suburb of Coomera, with the aim of […]

Mastermind season review: Gold Coast Titans

Mastermind season review: Gold Coast Titans

by , 18 Sep 2014

The season started so brightly for the Gold Coast Titans. They won six of their first eight matches but poor results and the departure of their foundation coach conspired against them. The Titans missed the finals for the fourth consecutive year. John Cartwright’s departure, as well as those of foundation players Luke Bailey and Mark […]

Titans veteran revels in farewell win

by , 8 Sep 2014

Gold Coast veteran Mark Minichiello only has one regret from his 173rd and final NRL appearance for the Titans. The 32-year-old admits he has never kicked a goal in his life but felt he should have been the man to attempt a potentially match-winning shot in Sunday’s dramatic 19-18 golden point win over Canterbury. Brad […]


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