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The iSelect Titans hope to field the same winning 17 from the first round victory at Cronulla, although record-breaking prop Luke Douglas will be monitored after injuring a thumb. He will be given until late in the week before determining if he will play against Wests Tigers at Cbus Stadium on Sunday (2pm).

The irony was obvious for Douglas, who broke Jason Taylor’s 194-successive game mark last night. The initial scare was tempered this afternoon when initial x-rays showed no fracture but he will have a further scan later in the week and receive ongoing treatment.

Fortunately Ryan James should be fit to come into the 17 if Douglas is sidelined.

“Typical of Luke he did not let on about the injury until after the game, although the doctor knew,” said Cartwright of Douglas who hurt the hand in his first stint during the first half but returned in the second half. Hopefully, it will be a typical story where Douglas will overcome an injury and continue his incredible run.

There appears no other injury concerns from the match.

The team v Wests Tigers, round two

1 - William Zillman

2 - Kevin Gordon

3 - Brad Tighe

4 – Maurice Blair

5 - David Mead

6 - Aidan Sezer

7 - Albert Kelly

8 - Luke Douglas

9 - Beau Falloon

10 - Nate Myles (capt)

11 - Greg Bird (capt)

12 – David Taylor

13 - Ashley Harrison


14 - Matthew White

15 - Luke Bailey

16 - Mark Minichiello

17 - Paul Carter

18 - Ryan James






The Holden Cup side to play the Tigers is:

1 – Jahrome Hughes

2 - Brian Kelly

3 - Jaiden Hawkes

4 – Soape Palau

5 - Connor Broadhurst

6 - Kane Elgey (capt)

7 – Daniel Schwasss

8 - Oshea Tuiasau

9 - Deacon Fletcher

10 - Ethan Price

11 - Caleb Morehu

12 – Jackson Clarke

13 - Parahi Wilson



15 - Perry Ioane

16 - Jackson Briskey-Luscombe

17 - Anthony Colman

18 – Hayden Schwass

19 – Jayden Conners

20 – Sam Harold

21 – Jenan Wedderburn-Parish


(NOTE: No. 14 jersey not allocated)


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.