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Round 6 Titans School Competition Preview

The Gold Coast Titans school boy and girl rugby league competitions enter their final round this Wednesday with games being played across South East Queensland.

The Robina Town Centre competition will see a series of important clashes across all divisions with sides looking to secure a win to ensure a position in the finals.

Round 6 of the Titans Cup, the previous round saw Keebra Parks SHS trump Aquinas College in a tight match up that showcased some great defense. The game of round will see Beenleigh SHS look to bounce back after a defeat to the hands of  Marymount as they take on Keebra SHS at Mudgeeraba JRL at 3.30pm.

Trinity College continued their dominance of the Tirophy’s Northern conference with a strong performance over Loganlea SHS. They will come up against a fighting Windaroo SHS as they look to finish of the competition with a win. This game will kick off at Bill Norris Oval from 6.00pm.

The game of the round for the Shield competition will be sure to bring some tough rugby league that promises to be anything but one sided. Dark horses Forest Lake SHS currently sit in fourth place with just one win separating them and Keebra Park SHS. Forest Lake will look to secure a strong win for when they spilt into division one, while a win for Chisholm will see them hold onto a finals position for division two.

After a week of upsets and big wins, the two leaders of the Challenge Competition have cemented their positions, with Stretton College and Coombabah SHS yet to concede a loss this season. The game of the round will see Coombabah SHS take on Marymount College. A dominant performance from either side could see them take out top spot at the completion of the competition rounds, so look for an entertaining affair.  This game will be at 4:30pm at Mudgeeraba JRL.

Make sure you get out to a rugby league venue to watch the best Gold Coast school boy and girl players in action, or watch the highlights on thanks to our Community Partners Robina Town Centre.