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2019 Draw Released

The National Rugby League have today announced the schedule for season 2019, with all Gold Coast Titans matches now scheduled.

The Titans will host 11 home matches at Cbus Super Stadium, with the 12th fixture to be held at Suncorp Stadium as part of the NRL's 'Magic Weekend'.

Round one will see the Canberra Raiders come to town, kicking off season 2019 on Sunday, 17 March at Cbus Super Stadium, with kick-off at 5:10pm local time.

The Titans will then be on the road for the next three weeks before hosting the Panthers and Knights in back-to-back home games in rounds five and six.

The club will kick-off the 'Magic Weekend' in round nine before then hosting the Bulldogs the following week at home in Round 10 on the Saturday afternoon.

Three games in four weeks will then be held at home across Round 12 (Cowboys), Round 14 (Warriors) and Round 15 (Sea-Eagles) with a lot of football to be played on the Gold Coast during June.

Robina will be the place to be in the second half of July with back-to-back home matches. Round 18 will see the Storm come to town before the Broncos head down the M1 for the local derby on Saturday, 27 July.

There will be a few games away from home before the club hosts the Eels in Round 22 on a Friday night and then the Titans will finish off the regular season hosting the Dragons at Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday, 7 September ay 7:30pm.

Executive Chairman Dennis Watt can see a number of positives after the release of the draw.

"We again have the opportunity to kick-off season 2019 with a home match that is sure to have the Titans community excited about the year ahead," Watt said. "With a number of new recruits and after the result in the corresponding match last year, it sets up to be a must-see.

"As a club we look forward to all home games but to again host the Broncos, Storm, Warriors, Cowboys and Dragons at Cbus Super Stadium gives everyone on the Gold Coast some big events to attend.

"Both the Broncos and Cowboys fixtures will be held in family-friendly timeslots on the weekend whilst the Warriors come to town for a Friday night (6pm) match that will sure be of interest to a lot of people on the Coast."

"Whilst there are the three Friday night matches, there are a range of games all at family-friendly times, giving everyone the opportunity to attend games at Cbus Super Stadium. There is a membership package to suit everyone whether you can attend all games, some games or none at all."

 

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