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Leaguability stars return to Cbus tomorrow

While many fans have had this game against the 2021 NRL Premiers circled in their calendar for a while, there is a group of Titans who have been counting down the days to tomorrow's game even moreso.

The Titans Leaguability program kicks off for Season 2022 as the curtain raiser to the NRL match between the Titans and Panthers tomorrow night at Cbus Super Stadium.

A program that has grown each and every year, Leaguability is where physical and intellectually disabled athletes get the opportunity to play the game of rugby league and represent the Gold Coast Titans on the big stage.

On the back of expansion of the program there will be three matches played at the home of the Titans tomorrow afternoon - a club record.

With gates opening at 4:30pm, fans will be able to catch the third of these matches which will feature the Intellectual Disability Rugby League side.

Ahead of the teams' first games they were presented their jerseys in a special ceremony on Wednesday evening and there is no doubting the passion that will be on show come tomorrow afternoon.

Titans CEO, Steve Mitchell said these teams were part of the fabric of the club.

"At the Titans we want to make all of our communities proud and the men and women who don the Titans Leaguability jerseys will do just that tomorrow night," Mitchell said.

"If you want to see pure, unbridled joy in playing rugby league, make sure you arrive early to catch the IDRL curtain raiser before the NRL.

"To see the program grow the way it has in recent years just shows the value that our participants are getting out of being a part of the Titans club."

If you would like to learn more about the Leagueability program click here.

You can grab your tickets for tomorrow night and support the Titans Leaguability players here.

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.