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Aquis Gold Coast Titans Coach Neil Henry has today named his three State of Origin representatives to back-up for the match against the Cronulla Sharks on Saturday night at Cbus Super Stadium.

Jarryd Hayne, Nathan Peats and Jarrod Wallace will all take part in the State of Origin decider tomorrow night with Henry hopeful they will get through the match fit and healthy.

“We’ll do the usual checks with them on Thursday and make a call on whether they are fit to play,” Henry said.

Karl Lawton (shoulder) and Leivaha Pulu (appendicitis) have been named on an extended bench and are a chance of being available for the match, if required.

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NRL v Sharks

Saturday, 15 July

Cbus Super Stadium


NYC v Sharks

Saturday, 15 July

Cbus Super Stadium


1. Jarryd Hayne

1. Tyronne Roberts-Davis

2. Anthony Don

2. Jordan Birch

3. Dale Copley

3. Phillip Sami

4. Konrad Hurrell

4. Daniel Brownbill

5. William Zillman

5. Jake Sparey

6. Tyrone Roberts

6. Ethan Roberts ©

7. Ash Taylor

7. Alexander Brimson

8. Jarrod Wallace

8. Moeaki Fotuaika

9. Nathan Peats

9. Corey Manicaros

10. Ryan James ©

10. Justin Fai

11. Kevin Proctor

11. Rory Lillis

12. Joe Greenwood

12. Apiata Noema ©

13. Max King

13. Blake Lenehan



14. Pat Politoni

14. Zae Wallace

15. Morgan Boyle

15. Luke Mastroianni

16. Agnatius Paasi

16. Keenan Yorston

17. Nathaniel Peteru

17. Kobe Tararo

18. Paterika Vaivai

18. Darius Farmer

19. John Olive

19. Bostyn Hakaraia

20. Karl Lawton

20. Tre Williams

21. Leivaha Pulu

21. Luke Polson

22. Jamal Fogarty

22. Curtis Dansey-Smaller


23. Jack Peacock

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.