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NRLW creates path for next generation of Titans girls

The launch of the Titans first ever NRLW side last week didn't just mean that there was a pathway for elite females to play rugby league on the Coast, but for a whole generation of girls to have their own heroes to aspire to.

As part of the launch, five junior girls from the under 8s competition across the Gold Coast and surrounding regions were invited to be there to meet the first five Titans NRLW players - Brittany Brealey-Nati, Tazmin Gray, Karina Brown, Georgia Hale and Crystal Tamarua.

For the first time, this generation of girls can aspire to being Titans themselves.

There is no shortage of aspiration in the current crop of Titans players either.

As Head Coach Jamie Feeney attests, they aren't here to just make up the numbers.

“All five of our marquee signings are international representatives and bring plenty of NRLW experience,” Feeney said.

“Most important is their passion and intent for the club, they want to play for the Titans, to represent this region and want to make the Gold Coast proud.

“We’ll continue to build our squad over the coming weeks, but we have no doubt that with players of this calibre that we will be contesting for the NRLW Premiership this season.”

Asked 'what do they want to be when they grow up?' Many of the girls responded, Titans, something that can now become a reality.