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International duties: 19 Titans to star in upcoming Tests

Jacob Alick and Sienna Laing's recent selection will see Titans proudly have 19 players who will represent their respective nations in the upcoming International Rugby League fixtures to be played later this month.

Headlining the selections include six Gold Coast stars who will wear green and gold with the Jillaroos - the most of any team in the NRLW competition; with 12 of the grand final 17 having been selected for the upcoming Pacific Championships.

Captain Tino Fa'asuamaleaui is among the Kangaroos squad again after helping them to World Cup triumph in 2022; meanwhile teen sensation Keano Kini has been selected as a bolter for the Kiwis after a scintillating debut season which was capped off by receiving the Duncan Hall Medal in the Hostplus Cup grand final.

Several Gold Coast stars were also unavailable for selection due to injury / off-field surgery; including David Fifita (Tonga), Phil Sami (Samoa), Erin Clark (New Zealand) and Taliah Fuimaono (Australia).

Men's squads

  • Tino Fa'asuamaleaui (Australia)
  • Kieran Foran (New Zealand)
  • Keano Kini (New Zealand)
  • Moeaki Fotuaika (Tonga)
  • Jacob Alick (Papua New Guinea)

Women's squads

  • Shaylee Bent (Australia)
  • Lauren Brown (Australia)
  • Jaime Chapman (Australia)
  • Jess Elliston (Australia)
  • Shannon Mato (Australia)
  • Evania Pelite (Australia)
  • Georgia Hale (New Zealand)
  • Chantay Kiria-Ratu (Cook Islands)
  • Niall Williams-Guthrie (Samoa)
  • Sienna Lofipo (Samoa)
  • Destiny Mino-Sinapati (Samoa)
  • Malaela Sua (Samoa)
  • Dannii Perese (Tonga)
  • Sienna Laing (Fiji)

*Originally published as International duties: 17 Titans and counting named for upcoming Tests

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.