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Over 3,700 participants take part in 'Roads to Regions'

The Gold Coast Titans joined forces with the NRL late last month to deliver the annual 'Roads to Regions' program.

Roads to Regions 2024: Ipswich and surrounds

The main focus for 2024 was on Ipswich and surrounding areas and with 3,706 participants, it was a big week of education, fun and games across grades 1 students all the way up to grade 11.

The Titans had NRLW players Shannon Mato, Jaime Chapman, Hailee Jay-Maunsell and Evania Pelite on hand

while Jayden Campbell and Josiah Pahulu represented the NRL squad.

Pahulu is an Ipswich junior so the trip home was extra special for the Titans' NRL hopeful.

The focus of this year's curriculum was 'Simply Your Best.' 

To discover a little more about the program and its outcomes read on below...

The initiative targets regional and remote areas of Australia and New Zealand with the specific objective to support and empower rugby league communities, to ensure their success and to grow the game.

These visits included targeted educational programs at schools, visits to junior rugby league clubs, meet and greets and development opportunities.

The NRL resource delivered is ‘Simply Your Best’. This year’s theme aimed to lead and inspire school students and aspiring NRL/NRLW stars to be the best they can be, by providing pathways and opportunities to live positive, respectful and healthy lives.

Whether in the class room or on the football field, it is about doing your best, rather than being the best.

Players were there to talk to students about always giving their best! ‘That’s all anyone can ask of you. It’s not about always winning or being the best but having an attitude that whatever gets thrown your way WIN, LOSE or DRAW you walk away knowing that you have given Simply Your Best’

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.