Former Titans player, Tyrone Roberts has hit the road this week to join the NRL on their 'Road to Regions' community tour.
The program aims to support and empower Rugby League communities in regional and remote areas of Australia that have minimal NRL presence, to ensure their success and to grow the game.
Road to Regions targets regional areas of Australia with the specific objective to excite, unite and inspire the local community to engage in Rugby League as a player, official or fan.
Roberts is the Titans representative visiting the South Burnett towns of Kingaroy, Nanango, Murgon and Cherbourg.
Across the three days the group visited 12 schools and saw approximately 500 students with Roberts saying their was a vast range in the size of schools and towns visited.
"The groups we saw ranged from an entire school with just 10 students, to our largest group being a year 6 cohort of 120.
"We also ran a clinic at Kingaroy and Nanango RLFCs which saw over 100 participants between them." Roberts said.
The sessions included meet and greets with grassroots clubs, school visits that aim to inspire health and well-being, football skills and drills and a coaching clinic.