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Nothing brings people together like rugby league

At the Titans Round 18 game against the Broncos at Cbus Super Stadium, the largest crowd to watch an NRL game since the COVID break turned out to see the Gold Coast side win 18 points to 6.

Amongst that crowd were several multicultural ambassadors – some sampling rugby league for the first time.

The group featured multiple organisations and cultural groups from across the Gold Coast and Northern New South Wales.

Titans General Manager - Community and Game Development, Renee Cohen, says the event was a representation of the strong partnership the club has with the community.

“We are thankful for all of the multicultural ambassadors who came together to be a part of the event,”  Cohen said.

“The club has a really strong relationship with numerous cultural organisations on the coast.

“We are very proud of the diverse relationships the club has with its members and fans.

“The multicultural ambassador event was a great representation of the diverse relationships we have in our community,” she said.

Injured Titans half Tyrone Roberts was able to join the group as they experienced the game, which also included a cultural dance by Mabel Park Indigenous dancers as part of the pre-game entertainment.

Seema Chauhan, Vice President of the Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin Gold Coast, says she is proud to be a part of the Club.

“It was an exhilarating game, both teams played well, and we had perfect seats to enjoy the game,” Ms Chauhan said.

“We are so proud of our home team Titans winning the match against their big brother. 

“I am so proud to be a Titans Multicultural Ambassador,” she said.