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Rugby league heartland awaits Titans in Mackay

The Titans can't wait to step foot into pure rugby league heartland when they travel to Mackay to face the Sydney Roosters this Saturday.

Having never played at BB Print Stadium, there is plenty of excitement among the group to be part of the community and run out to the grandstands packed full of passionate supporters who don't get to chance to watch NRL in the flesh everyday.

The Gold Coast's last fixture at a regional Queensland venue was in Gladstone back in 2018 - prevailing 32-20 over the Manly Sea Eagles, and whilst it's been four years since the club has had the opportunity to venture to a Maroon heartland venue such as Marley Brown Oval, one Titan has been a little more fortunate.

Former Rooster Isaac Liu's last game for his old club happened to be in Mackay and the middle forward is looking forward to returning after a welcomed reception last year.

"It's great. There are heaps of fans and the community really turn up," Liu said.

"It's a good crowd and the field is really nice to play on too, so I'm really looking forward to it."

To make the clash even more special for the 210-game enforcer, it's the first time he'll face off against his old club since joining the Titans.

"I've been looking forward to playing them," Liu said.

"Against my old club, a few of the boys are going to go after me and I'll be doing my best to play the best footy I can for my new club."

The Gold Coast is hoping to see plenty of fans pack the grandstands for the clash, and you join them with our Away Legion membership package - getting you all the Titans member benefits plus two tickets to this Saturday's game in Mackay.

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.