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SURFSIDE BUSLINES TITANS SCHOOLS LEAGUE

The Surfside Buslines Titans Schools League high school competitions began in 2006 as the Titans Cup & Challenge, a two-tier, open age boys competition for local Gold Coast high schools.  

The Surfside Buslines Titans Schools League now caters for 3 school year levels (Yr.7/8, Yr.9/10 & Yr.11/12), with 2 divisions in each, for both boys and girls. The Titans competition provides schools of all abilities to opportunity to experience playing Rugby League in a safe and enjoyable environment. It also allows those schools looking to advance, a pathway to state wide competitions. The league is now the largest regional school competition in Australia. 

High schools from South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales are welcome to enter teams into the competition where they are able to develop themselves into more confident and capable rugby league teams.

For all Titans Schools League inquiries, please email Darren Robb darrenr@titans.com.au 

School Gala Days

The NRL, with the support of the Gold Coast Titans, will host Rugby League gala days for primary and high schools during the year. The gala days will be played in various formats and locations with schools with smaller numbers and less experience encouraged to get involved to help develop better Rugby League players. Schools can enter teams in a number of age and ability divisions to best suit their team capability.

Information about each gala days will be sent to schools with all the details about the day and how to register your team. For further information, please email Mako Roberts mroberts@nrl.com.au

Are you a local teacher from a Gold Coast or Northern Rivers school? Sign up to be a Titans Teacher Ambassador! 

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.