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Packed house ready for Titans, Bears trial

Some of the Titans next generation will get a chance to shine against the Burleigh Bears, with an exciting young side picked for tonight's trial at Pizzey Park.

**Please not Pizzey Park has reached capacity for tonight's trial and no tickets will be sold at the gate.**


5.25pm Gates Open

5.30pm Burleigh Bears U19 Women’s v Tweed U19 Women’s

7.00pm Burleigh Bears v Gold Coast Titans

Jayden Campbell, son of Titans legend Preston, will start at fullback, with AJ Brimson (returning from injury) and Corey Thompson (Indigenous All Stars) to miss the match.

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Tanah Boyd and Toby Sexton will get a chance to show off their skills in the halves, with the two young guns to lead the Titans side around the park against Burleigh.

Sam Stone and Beau Fermor make up the back row, with both having strong seasons in 2020, while Erin Clark will start at hooker.

Centre Greg Marzhew is another who will be looking to impress, joined by a number of other players who will be pushing for an NRL debut in 2021.

That includes train and triallists Cory Denniss, Will Brimson, Lloyd Perrett, Brent Woolf, Braden McGrady, Andre Niko and Joseph Collins (bench).

Titans team to face Burleigh Bears

1. Jayden Campbell

2. Alofiana Khan-Pereira

3. Greg Marzhew 

4. Treymain Spry

5. Jonus Pearson

6. Toby Sexton

7. Tanah Boyd

8. Jai Whitbread

9. Erin Clark

10. Darius Farmer

11. Beau Fermor

12. Sam Stone

13. Tristan Powell


14. Braden McGrady 

15. Andre Niko

16. Corey Denniss 

17. Will Brimson 

18. Joseph Collins 

19. Brent Woolf 

21. Lloyd Perrett

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.