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NRL Premiership 
- Round 21 
- Gold Coast Titans V Cronulla Sutherland Sharks   
- 01 August 2016 
- CBUS Super Stadium, Gold Coast, Qld 
- Scott Davis

Season highlight six is the Round 21 clash against the Cronulla Sharks that was played at Cbus Super Stadium. On a night where every member and fan was on the edge of their seat, the side left the ground with a well-deserved point, after an 18-all draw.

It was all the Sharks early with Valentine Holmes going over to score off the back of a well-orchestrated backline movement and when David Mead was sent to the sin-bin in the 30th minute for a professional foul, it took the visitors all of a minute to extend their lead through Jack Bird.

With a 12-point lead already, the home side needed to be the next to score and off the back of a towering Ash Taylor cross-kick, it was Sharks winger Sosaia Feki who couldn’t take the ball and Chris McQueen was there to pick up the scraps and score.

After trailing 12-6 at the half-time break it was the Titans who owned the first 30 minutes of the second half. A Mead try in the 48th minute was followed up with an Anthony Don special down the right-hand side.

Andrew Fifita crashed over under the posts in the 72nd minute which broke the hearts of all fans and with the James Maloney conversion, it sent the game into extra-time.

Although both sides attempted to break the deadlock, neither were able to do so with the closest coming through a Maloney field-goal attempt that hit the upright and Konrad Hurrell who was held up over the line when trying to score.

Gold Coast Titans 18 (Chris McQueen, David Mead, Anthony Don tries; Tyrone Roberts 3 goals) drew with Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 18 (Valentine Holmes, Jack Bird, Andrew Fifita tries; James Maloney 3 goals) at Cbus Super Stadium after 10 minutes of extra time. Crowd: 14,918.

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.