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Aquis Gold Coast Titans back rower Chris McQueen will this Saturday night make his 150th appearance in the NRL when the Titans play the Storm at Suncorp Stadium.

The match, the first as part of the double header will also see Dale Copley return from injury with Coach Neil Henry naming him on the interchange bench. Henry has also stuck with his winning formula with Tyrone Roberts named at fullback and Jarryd Hayne at centre. Joe Greenwood also comes into the starting side, replacing Kevin Proctor.

“We’ve still got a couple of guys under an injury cloud in the backline, so Dale may end up in the starting line-up come Saturday,” Henry said.

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NRL v Storm

Saturday, 13 May

Suncorp Stadium


NYC v Storm

Saturday, 13 May

Langlands Park


1. Tyrone Roberts

1. Tyronne Roberts-Davis

2. Anthony Don

2. Jordan Birch

3. Jarryd Hayne

3. Phillip Sami

4. Konrad Hurrell

4. Daniel Brownbill

5. Dan Sarginson

5. Curtis Dansey-Smaller

6. Kane Elgey

6. Ethan Roberts ©

7. Ash Taylor

7. Alexander Brimson

8. Jarrod Wallace

8. Moeaki Fotuiaka

9. Nathan Peats

9. Corey Manicaros

10. Ryan James ©

10. Blake Lenehan

11. Chris McQueen

11. Rory Lillis

12. Joe Greenwood

12. Reihana Marsh

13. Ryan Simpkins

13. Apiata Noema ©



14. Dale Copley

14. Tim Swane

15. Morgan Boyle

15. Luke Mastrioanni

16. Paterika Vaivai

16. Justin Fai

17. Leivaha Pulu

17. Tyler Ingram

18. Nathaniel Peteru

18. Kobe Tararo

19. Pat Politoni

19. Zae Wallace

20. Daniel Vidot

20. Bostyn Hakaraia

21. Eddy Pettybourne

21. Keenan Yorston


22. Jack Peacock


23. Ethan Paikea

Coach: Neil Henry

Coach: Ben Woolf


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.