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VIDEO: All Star Invitational game - Kevin Gordon

The Flash was first spotted by Titans talent scouts playing for the Sawtell Panthers in the NSW Country Rugby League, joining the Titans National Youth Team prior to the 2008 season. Gordon scored 21 tries and was named in the NYC team of the year.


Gordon was just three matches into his second NYC season on the Gold Coast when an opportunity to play in Coach John Cartwrights first grade team was presented, it would be the last time he played junior rugby league, finishing the year as the clubs leading try scorer.

While 2010 was again another stellar season for Gordon, however a ruptured ACL in round two of the 2011 season proved devastating, the flyer sidelined for the remainder of the year.


A dedicated and driven athlete, Gordon forced his way back into the Titans NRL team after starting the 2012 season in the Queensland Cup competition, it would be a memorable season for the young Titan who was selected to represent the Philippines in the Asian Cup, which they won in convincing fashion with an 86-0 victory against Thailand.

There would be further representative honours for the Titans winger, who scored a try in the Australian Prime Ministers XIII match against Papua New Guinea.



Gordon had just signed a new multiyear deal to stay on the Gold Coast and celebrated his 100th NRL game against the Brisbane Broncos when he suffered a serious hip injury, which would ultimately end his first-grade career.

After struggling through a difficult 2015 season Gordon announced his retirement from rugby league effective immediately at the close of the clubs NRL campaign due to a chronic hip injury.

Kevin Gordon will represent the Gold Coast Titans in the Deadly Choices Old Boys Invitational at CBUS Super stadium on Sunday July 8th. Get your ticket to this game



Kevin Gordon Represented:

Gold Coast Titans

Australian Prime Ministers XIII
NSW Country

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.