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To our loyal Aquis Gold Coast Titans Sponsors, members and supporters

There has been considerable publicity in recent days around a social media video post which has created a large forum of reaction in the public arena.

Amidst this there has been much support from the community, our members, sponsors and fans and Mayor of the City of Gold Coast Tom Tate which this club greatly appreciates.

In a statement released by the NRL last night which is available for all to read on the club website (CLICK HERE), the NRL quite rightly states that the club’s image “should not be smeared by an incident where it appears there has been no breach of the law” and that the Titans “are a proud Club with strong governance who are making a real difference within their community”.

We appreciate this support from our governing body.

Mayor Tate also echoed the strong standing of the Club within the community in a significant show of support which this club also greatly appreciates.

The Aquis Gold Coast Titans through an official statement released to the media on Tuesday has at all times been very transparent in dealing with this matter. We have conducted inquiries and announced the our understanding of the background, our view on the matter and an explanation of events.

Any further inquiry by the NRL Integrity Unit will be conducted with our full support.

We have had a wonderful season of progress, as a result of the incredible hard work of our very dedicated on and off-field teams, that took us to the finals on Friday night against all the odds.

Once again we greatly appreciate the support we have received from our members, fans, corporate partners, plus the business and public community of the Gold Coast and beyond.

We look forward to that continuing – and celebrating our achievements of 2016 at our awards night next Monday.

Graham Annesley


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.