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In an exciting edition to Super Hero Sunday, members of the Titans NRLW squad will line up against each other in a BMD Premiership curtain raiser.

The game will see the Tweed Seagulls and South Logan Magpies face off in round 7 of the BMD Premiership and feature 11 Titans NRLW players. 

Friends and teammates during the NRLW season, the women will pull no punches as they compete for the win this Sunday. 

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Headlining the clash will be battle of the front rowers, Steph Hancock and Jessika Elliston.

Both players had a stellar season in the 2021 NRLW competition, with Steph being awarded the Members' MVP award and Jessika receiving the Titans 2021 NRLW Player of the Year award.

Jessika Eliston for Tweed Seagulls
Jessika Eliston for Tweed Seagulls

Lining up with Elliston in the front row for Tweed is Brianna Clark, a duo that proved destructive in the NRLW last season. 

Other match ups in the game include an exciting clash between Evania Pelite and Jetaya Faifua in fullback, and Kimiora Breayley-Nati and Cobie-Jane Morgan in the halves.

Jetaya Faifua for Tweed Seagulls
Jetaya Faifua for Tweed Seagulls

Outside of positional match ups, South Logan will have Titans NRLW Captain Brittany Breayley-Nati at hooker, while Tweed will have Zara Canfield, Georgia Hale, and Karli Hansen in their side when the teams face off at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday. 

A stacked afternoon of Rugby League action for Super Hero Sunday, the double header will commence at 1:45pm with the BMD Premiership clash, before the men take the field at 4pm for the NRL.

Super Hero Sunday is taking over Cbus Super Stadium this weekend!

On the field, the Titans will battle the villainous Cronulla Sharks in a must-win clash. Off the field, meet some of the DC Super Heroes from Warner Bros. Movie World; including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and more.

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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.