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It has been a big day for two of the Titans affiliate schools with the Keebra Park State High School girls winning the Karyn Murphy Cup and the Palm Beach Currumbin boys winning the Phil Hall Cup.

After solidifying the partnerships earlier this year the Titans cheered on the respective schools in their big clashes.

In the open boys Palm Beach Currumbin were dominant, winning 62-0, with Titans juniors Oskar Bryant and Tom Weaver on show, amongst others, as the Gold Coast side claimed Queensland bragging rights.

St Brendan's, from Yeppoon, had nothing in return compared to the power across the park of PBC side and quickly yielded as the score got out to 14-0 in as many minutes.

From there it remained one way traffic in the direction of the Gold Coast side.

In the girls, Keebra Park added to their win earlier in the year where they claimed the Titans Cup in the open division defeating Kirwan State High School. 

The dominant side in the division Keebra Park jumped out to an early 8-0 lead before going on to win 24-8.

While not the high-scoring affair of the boys game, the Keebra Park side went undefeated in the competition and continued their stronghold on the division.

With the Titans launching their first ever NRLW side this season and due to play their first games in early 2022, the future looks bright for the Gold Coast in both the mens and womens games.

The Gold Coast Titans congratulate both teams on their victories.

Picture supplied by Gold Coast Bulletin