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Young forward Morgan Boyle played his first 80 minute game on Saturday night and although he was still feeling it today at the club's recovery session, the 20-year-old is hungry for more. 

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Boyle appeared in his fifth NRL match against the North Queensland Cowboys, having made 8 runs, 70m and 37 tackles throughout the whole match. 

"I was very tired and very sore," Boyle said. "Whether it's 50 minutes or 80 minutes you are always physically tired but the extra time prbably takes it out of your legs."

The Cobargo junior spent time both in the middle and on the edge but said he didn't really mind as long as long as he's in the team.

"I swapped a bit with Crispy (Chris McQueen) with a bit on the edge and a bit in the middle but I don't have a preference, I just want to be in the team."

The team went through a video review this morning with Coach Neil Henry pin-pointing a number of issues that need to be addressed, and fast. 

"There were some good things and some bad things. We need to be able to win the battle and control the ruck speed, stop the errors and apply more pressure. 

"It was frustrating out there with some calls not going our way but we need to combat that."

Boyle and his team-mates will be looking to turn the tide this Saturday against the Warriors at Cbus Super Stadium and said the side will welcome the return of NSW representative, Nathan Peats. 

"His talk in the middle keeps you going. Even if he just says, 'one more, one more', it's those little things that help you out."

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.