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Competition - NRL
Round - 13
Teams – Rabbitohs Vs Titans
Date – 5th of June 2016
Venue – NIB Stadium, Perth
Photographer – Robb Cox

Aquis Titans prop Ryan James has not only strengthened his claims for a State of Origin debut for NSW with another first class performance against South Sydney, he has pushed further up the leader board in the Dally M Medal count.

James polled three points against the Rabbitohs with Ash Taylor, the next Titan on the leader board, gaining one point.

Ryan is now just three points behind the leader, Canberra’s Josh Hodgson, in the race for the prestigious medal awarded to the best player in the NRL competition.

Dally M points accrued by Titans players this season:


Ryan James


Ashley Taylor


Greg Bird


Agnatius Paasi


Nathan Peats


Cameron Cullen


Tyrone Roberts


David Shillington


Zeb Taia



Note: Peats’ three points were earned at Parramatta


Dally M leaderboard after round 11


Josh Hodgson (Canberra)                                             14

Andrew Fifita (Cronulla)                                               13

Jason Taumalolo (North Queensland)                             13

Cooper Cronk (Melbourne)                                            13

Ryan James (Gold Coast)                                          11

Anthony Milford (Brisbane)                                            11

Michael Ennis (Cronulla)                                               10

Cameron Smith (Melbourne)                                          11

Ben Barba (Cronulla)                                                    11

Corey Norman (Parramatta)                                             9

Johnathan Thurston (North Queensland)                           9

Sam Burgess (Souths)                                                   9


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.