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Aquis Gold Coast Titans players Karl Lawton and John Olive have today been named in the 21-man squad to take on the Wests Tigers at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday afternoon at 4pm.

Lawton has been named on the interchange bench and if selected to play, the 21-year-old will take to the field for the first time since Round 13. Olive has been on the fringes of the side all season and will play centre, replacing the injured Konrad Hurrell (hamstring).

Coach Neil Henry has not given up hope of a finals berth.

“We’re not dead yet and we need to win every game from now on,” Henry said. “We were disappointed after the weekend but we’ve dusted ourselves off and we’re looking forward to Sunday.”

There are still plenty of tickets available with a family of four costing just $50 this Sunday at Cbus Super Stadium. Get your tickets from

NRL v Tigers

Sunday, 30 July

Cbus Super Stadium


NYC v Tigers

Sunday, 30 July

Cbus Super Stadium


1. Jarryd Hayne

1. Tyronne Roberts-Davis

2. Anthony Don

2. Tre Williams

3. Dale Copley

3. Phillip Sami

4. John Olive

4. Daniel Brownbill

5. William Zillman

5. Curtis Dansey-Smaller

6. Tyrone Roberts

6. Ethan Roberts ©

7. Ash Taylor

7. AJ 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. Karl Lawton

14. Zae Wallace

15. Morgan Boyle

15. Keegan Hipgrave

16. Leivaha Pulu

16. Keenan Yorston

17. Nathaniel Peteru

17. Kobe Tararo

18. Kane Elgey

18. Darius Farmer

19. Phillip Sami

19. Bostyn Hakaraia

20. Pat Politoni

20. Jordan Birch

21. Agnatius Paasi

21. Luke Mastrioanni


22. Tyler Ingram


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.