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Affiliate wrap: Jets fly high with drought-breaking win following Titanic performances

Ipswich Jets have broken a 582-day drought with their first win since Round 18, 2022; thanks to the efforts of seven Titans who played a big role in their defeat of the Western Clydesdales.

Taking command of the game early in the seven tries to three contest, five Gold Coast representatives found the line throughout the 80 minutes with Ryan Foran, Ken Maumalo, Jaylan De Groot, Joe Stimson and Harley Smith-Shields all scoring four-pointers in the 36-16 showing.

Two Titans topped the running metres with 220 each - Stimson joining teammate Aaron Schoupp in asserting their dominance in Toowoomba; the former proving to be a handful with a game-high nine tackle busts in his 64 minutes on field.

Train-and-trialist Kyle Foxwell also continued to impress with two tries, two try assists, two line breaks and two line break assists in a herculean effort as the chief playmaker.

The Jets next travel to Brisbane to face the Tigers on Sunday afternoon.

It was a tough Saturday night for Tweed, going down to Souths Logan 24-16 as they continue to chase their first win of the season.

Despite the loss, development hooker Oskar Bryant toiled hard off the pine with 37 tackles at an impeccable 97 percent tackle efficiency.

Jacob Alick also continued to keep Klese Haas on his toes with a try and 137 running metres in an 80-minute performance in the back-row.

The Seagulls host Burleigh on Saturday night at Piggabeen in what is expected to be a highly-anticipated Rivalry Round clash.

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.