You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content
Titans All Stars v Dolphins All Stars: Fundraiser for Big Joe

Have you ever dreamed of playing alongside Dally M medallist Preston Campbell or NRL and Origin legends such as Matt Geyer, Dallas Johnson, Brad Meyers, Chris Walker, Danny Nutley, Shane Perry, Nathan Friend or Anthony Don?

Well, here is your chance to do just that.

Join these legends, plus many more, as the Titans All Stars take on the Dolphins All Stars as the curtain raiser to the NRL match at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday 9 July.

You could be playing alongside these stars and it is all for a good cause.

All funds raised from the game will be going to support injured Future Titans and Redcliffe Dolphins player Joseph Pouniu as he recovers from serious injury.

Who is Joseph?

Earlier this year, Joseph suffered a serious spinal cord injury during a High Performance Gold Coast Titans U17 rugby league game against the Brisbane Broncos on Saturday 28/01/23. Joe, as known by most, was treated on the field by the club doctor and paramedics before being transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital Emergency Department in Brisbane to treat his catastrophic spinal injury. Joe underwent immediate surgery to stabilise his neck and reattach his c4 and c5 to his spine. Despite the surgery, Joe has suffered major damage to his spinal cord and now faces an enormous battle to be able to regain any movement from his shoulders down. Discover more.

Cost & Inclusions

Playing spots are limited and the $5,000 donation includes your own playing kit, a VIP tour of Cbus Super Stadium and 2 x all inclusive hospitality tickets to watch the Titans v Dolphins NRL match afterwards.

How to Get Involved

To discuss further or book your spot, contact Scott Rollinson on 0401 503 758  or 

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.