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KARL LAWTON ( GOLD COAST TITANS ) - 16th June 2014, Action from the Holden NTC Cup clash between the Gold Coast Titans v Melbourne Storm, played at CBUS Stadium, Queensland. This image is for Editorial Use Only. Any further use or individual sale of the image must be cleared by application to the Manager Sports Media Publishing (SMP Images). NO UN AUTHORISED COPYING : PHOTO SMP IMAGES/GOLD COAST TITANS MEDIA

iSelect Gold Coast Titans under-20s coach Ben Woolf has one hope today – that his side that was so impressive on Monday night against South Sydney can back it up and achieve their first home win against Canberra at Cbus Super Stadium.

“The boys have seen what they can do when they take control of the ball and don’t have to put in that much defence,” he said. “Hopefully they keep up their confidence, take control again, and we can get the win.”

Monday night’s game against the Rabbitohs was one of the first games in which the side proved what it can do when it gains constant attacking momentum from good ball control. Every player stepped up, but Karl Lawton is the one to impress.

“Karl Lawton is really coming along,” said Woolf. “He’s really stepping up and showing he’s more and more dangerous with every game.”

As far as injuries go, Jahrome Hughes and Jaiden Hawkes had a slow start to the week due to slight injuries but have pushed passed them and are ready to play. 

The iSelect Gold Coast Titans under-20s’ game kicks off at 11:45 am, followed by the NRL at 2pm. 

The 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 – Francis Fifita

9 - Deacon Fletcher

10 – Mitch Sharp

11 – Harrison Hughes

12 – Anthony Colman

13 – Jackson Clarke



14 – James Iodice

15 – Caleb Morehu

16 – Shaun Hudson

17 – Karl Lawton​

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.