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Gold Coast Titans new recruits and younger squad members today visited Gold Coast University Hospital to spread some Christmas cheer, delivering gifts to the young kids who are currently going through a rough period.

Along with Ronald McDonald House, 10 Titans entered the children's ward and were treated to morning tea with the kids and number of smiles and laughs in the family room.

Titans members and fans are also to be congratulated for making a number of donations at Sunday's Christmas Carols that were today passed on to the kids.

New recruit Tyrone Peachey can always see a positive in making visits like this one.

"It was awesome, it's a good concept," he said.

"We gave them presents and some Titans gear so hopefully they become fans, if they're not already.

"It will be my first Christmas with my little one and I would hate for her to be sick. It's good to give back and hopefully we're making their Christmas better."

Young forward Moeaki Fotuaika also gets a kick out of seeing the children.

"It's definitely good to come and see the kids and see a smile on their face," he added.

"It's good to see them happy and it gives you some perspective on how lucky we are to live the life we live.

"I'm truly grateful for that."