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Some of the brightest talent on the Coast got together for a 3-day camp at Palm Beach recently as the JTS (Junior Titans System) players were put through their paces by some of the Titans NRL coaches.

"We are at the end of year under 15 and under 16 JTS contracted kids camp," Titans Elite Player Development Manager Jamie McCormack said.

"It is a 3-day camp at Palm Beach and we go through a range of skills and drills and bring the boys in and look at our expectations for 2022.

"We have been able to secure the services of the NRL coaching staff, which is a great bonus as well."

Led by Head Coach Justin Holbrook, the kids were treated to insights from some of the games best rugby league minds.

"Justin (Holbrook) is keen about local talent and he knows that we can get that 'tribalism' around our club when we have got locals in the team and he knows that this part of the program is vital in having these young players ready for the next step when they go higher up the NRL squad," McCormack said.

"Jim Dymock took the boys through tackling and technique so really getting to that advanced level that the NRL boys practice."

Brad Davis (NRL Transition Coach), Joel Grech (NRL Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach) also joined the camp to teach the young men about NRL standards and what they will need to take that next step.

So will the next Toby Sexton or AJ Brimson emerge from this group?

Time will tell, but with exposure to NRL coaching the young men are being given the best opportunity to succeed.