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[VIDEO] Gold Coast Titans vs Newcastle Knights highlights: NRL scores, blog

22nd March, 2015

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Gold Coast Vs. Newcastle

2015 NRL Premiership Season, 23 March, 2015

Cbus Super Stadium, Robina, QLD
Newcastle 20 defeated Gold Coast 18
Gold Coast Newcastle
18 FINAL SCORE 20
3 TRIES 3
3/3 CONVERSION KICKS 3/3
0/0 PENALTY GOALS 1/1
0/0 FIELD GOAL 0/0
 
Top scorers:
  • Gold Coast - Aidan Sezer 14pts (2T 3G)
  • Newcastle - Tyrone Roberts 8pts (0T 4G)
Important moments:
  • Newcastle took the lead at the 44 min. mark 2nd half
  • Tyrone Roberts (Newc) scored at the 77 min. mark 2nd half
 
Referee: Devcich, A
Touch judges: Wise, M & Suttor, B
Teams

Titans
1 Josh Hoffman
2 Anthony Don
3 James Roberts
4 William Zillman
5 David Mead
6 Aidan Sezer
7 Daniel Mortimer
8 Luke Douglas
9 Beau Falloon
10 Nate Myles (c)
11 Ryan James
12 Dave Taylor
13 Greg Bird

Interchange
14 Edward Pettybourne
15 Matt White
16 Ryan Simpkins
17 Kierran Moseley

Coach: Neil Henry

Knights
1 Kurt Gidley (c)
2 James McManus
3 Dane Gagai
4 Joseph Leilua
5 Akuila Uate
6 Jarrod Mullen
7 Tyrone Roberts
8 Kade Snowden
9 Adam Clysdale
10 Korbin Sims
11 Beau Scott
12 Robbie Rochow
13 Jeremy Smith

Interchange
14 Tyler Randell
15 Chris Houston
16 David Fa’alogo
17 Jack Stockwell
18 Sione Mata’utia

Coach: Rick Stone

Time: 6.30pm (AEDT)
Venue: Cbus Super Stadium
TV: Live, Fox Sports 1
Betting: Titans $2.25, Knights $1.67
Greg Bird (Digital image by Shane Wenzlick, copyright nrlphotos.com)
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Greg Bird, Dave Taylor and Beau Falloon return as the Gold Coast Titans look for their first win of the season against the undefeated Newcastle Knights. Join The Roar from 6.20pm (AEDT) for live scores and coverage.

The win-less Titans will be hoping the return of the two origin stars and reigning club player of the year will be enough to register their first victory of 2015.

Meanwhile the Knights have showed tremendous character in consecutive weeks with come from behind victories over the Warriors and Cowboys.

Bird, Taylor and Falloon all come straight into the starting side, with Eddy Pettybourne and Kierran Moseley dropping to the bench. Prop Matthew White will be on the interchange bench after recovering from a hamstring injury, whilst Josh Hoffman will start at Fullback.

Agnatius Paasi, Lachlan Burr, Mark Ioane and Matt Srama have all been omitted from the side that lost 40-0 in Bathurst last weekend.

Rick Stone has named the same starting lineup this week, whilst Tyler Randell has been added to a five man bench.

The Knights back line has been firing in the opening matches of the season, particularly in the centres. Dane Gagai and Joseph Leilua both rank in the top 15 in terms of metres gained so far in 2015. William Zillman and James Roberts will have their hands full in a Titans back line that has mustered just three tries thus far.

Prediction:

The Titans will be nowhere as poor as last week with the return of Bird and Taylor. However, they completed just 49% of their sets and missed 29 tackle last week.

That’s too much of a job for three players to fix. The Knights have exceeded expectations so far this season, but have displayed a lot of resilience, and should keep their momentum going.

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Knights by 6.

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