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Summer Evans from Clover Hill State School had a double reason to celebrate yesterday.

Not only did she win the Titans-Bartercard colouring in competition but she was able to meet iSelect Titans co-captain Nate Myles who gave her artwork special recognition in front of her fellow students.

There were hundreds of entries in the competition from from schools across the Gold Coast The prize for the school who provided the most entries was a visit by Myles. And while there the Queensland front-rower had to select the best entry with the prize of four tickets to the Titans’ home match of the season, against Manly at Cbus Super Stadium last Sunday.

Titans’ foundation prop Luke Bailey accompanied Queensland rep Myles on the school visit.

Bartercard have been supporting the Titans since the club began and wanted to provide a creative incentive to students in the region. The colouring entries came from years 2 and 3 pupils. They had to colour a picture of the Titans’ mascot Blade, with the Titans and Bartercard logos.

Myles and Bailey enjoyed activities with the children at Clover Hill for an hour and the students also enjoyed a visit from ‘Mr B’, the Bartercard mascot who was unveiled last week.

“There were some very good entries and it was hard to pick a winner but I thought Summer’s was the best,” said Myles

“It was great to meet the students and spend some time with them and see their enthusiasm.”

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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.