BRISBANE have produced a solid display in dispatching with the Gold Coast Titans 32-12 in a tough contest in front of 22,749 fans at Skilled Park this evening.
AN unconvincing display from the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs today has seen them get home ten-point winners over the struggling Gold Coast Titans, a 30-20 win for the visitors at Skilled Park with 14,344 fans in attendance
AND so it came to pass that the calamity that was Season 2011 neared its use-by date. The Titans faithful gathered solemnly on the Tallebudgerra rocks and made small insertions into the palms of their left hands with glinting oyster shucks...
YOU cannot win a Wooden Spoon without being on the receiving end of some well-deserved criticism but in the case of NRL's 2011 cellar dwellers there is a glimmer of light emerging from the darkness. Read on to review the season past and receive a glimpse
WITH the rugby league test planned for Christchurch on May 6 having moved to the Gold Coast, the NZRL has worked with a number of organisations to arrange
THE Pirtek Parramatta Eels must now fight for their season after losing to the Titans in a disappointing second half, going down 34-12.
A fantastic first-half blitz from the Gold Coast Titans has given them their first ever win over the St George Illawarra Dragons tonight at Skilled Park, with a crowd of 24,106 in attendance.
A controversial final minute deicison has seemingly cost the Manly Sea Eagles victory this afternoon at Skilled Park, the Gold Coast Titans awarded a final-minute penalty for an 18-17 win in front of 16,126 supporters.
SKILLED Park, the new home of the Jetstar Gold Coast Titans, has been honoured as a site of historical significance to rugby league.
THE Gold Coast Titans have opened their new home ground at Skilled Park, Robina with a resounding 32-4 victory over a woeful Wests Tigers outfit last night.