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The Titans, together with Associate Partner Neumann Steel, are helping a special group of surfers catch a wave on the iconic Gold Coast beaches this year.

The Titans have been long-time supporters of the Disabled Surfers Association of Australia (read more) and their programs and together with Neumann Steel have recently donated a specially made surfboard to assist program participants in their development.

On hand for the delivery of the board from the Titans was club legend and all-time leading try scorer Anthony Don and Future Titans player Brock Lennox.

While representing Neumann Steel was Mark Sloane (Father of Titans' Chief Morale Officer, Ethan Sloane) and Jeffrey Roles.

Neumann Steel have been long-time supporters of Titans Together and the Disabled Surfing is just another show of their commitment to the communities on the Gold Coast.

The Lifecraft board was designed by local surfboard shaper Wayne McKewen and was a refined version of the board previously donated by Titans Together in 2020.

Disabled Surfing Association 
The Disabled Surfing Association is a uniquely Australian organisation with global ambitions – setting the world’s best practice for the sport of disabled surfing. To learn more, visit the Disabled Surfing Australia website.

Initially set up for injured surfers, the popularity of DSA saw it quickly expand its target group to now cater for anyone with a disability wanting to participate in surfing. Read more

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.