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NAtional Youth Cup, West Tigers Vs Gold Coast Titans, Leichhardt Oval 27 April 2014. PIc Dave Tease

The iSelect Gold Coast Titans under 20s are hoping last round win over Wests Tigers was the turning point in their season and they can back it up with a good all-round performance at Cbus Super Stadium against South Sydney Rabbitohs tomorrow.

"We've slowly been improving over the last month," coach Ben Woolf said. "Our combinations are getting a lot better and we have more consistency in our key positions."

The Rabbitohs, who are currently ranked 11th on the Holden Cup ladder, will be tough opposition but if the Titans can control the ruck area better, they should be able to take the win.

"We just need better efforts.  Better line speed, better kick chase and better pressure, that will win the game," Woolf said.

Halfback Christian Hazard, who has been battling an ankle injury will return to the field for the Titans after missing the victory at Leichhardt Oval, by far the team's best performance of the season. He was dynamic in the only other victory, a come from behind win in Melbourne against the Storm.

Woolf mentioned: "If he can get through the game without injury, it will allow him to play his natural game which will offer us more in the attack."

The iSelect Gold Coast Titans under-20s take the field at 3:15 pm tomorrow followed by the NRL game at 5:30 pm.

The Titans' Team:

1 – Jahrome Hughes (capt)

2 - Brian Kelly

3 - Jaiden Hawkes

4 – Connor Broadhurst

5 – Zac Spring

6 – Christian Hazard

7 – Kane Elgey (capt)

8 – Oshea Tuiasau

9 - Deacon Fletcher

10 – Mitch Sharp

11 - Caleb Morehu

12 – Anthony Colman

13 - Parahi Wilson



14 - Ethan Price

15 – Harrison Hughes

16 – Perry Ioane

17 – Junior Marsters

18 – Daniel Schwass



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.