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Leadership group announced for Titans Netball 2024 squads

The Gold Coast Titans will turn to two experienced heads to lead the Sapphire Series program in 2024, with the club’s inaugural captain returning to lead the side.

Mid-courter Kristen Oxenford, who captained the side in the Titans inaugural season in 2022, will return to the top job and will be joined by 2023 captain Bryah Gafa as deputy.

Oxenford missed the start of the 2023 campaign as she returned to the court after giving birth to her first child.

Gafa, a key defender and one of the Titans best players over the past two seasons, led the club to finals last year as she took on the leadership role.

The two form one of the strongest leadership pairings in the league, with both Oxenford and Gafa determined to push their team towards the Sapphire Series trophy this season.

Mid-court general Lily Gray will resume her role as skipper for the Ruby Series team, after guiding the side to finals last season.

She’ll be joined by another inaugural Titan in Stella Atkinson, with the Ballina junior to join the leadership team as vice-captain for 2024.

All four leaders were selected from a player-led vote, with Titans Netball head coach Temepara Bailey extremely proud of the appointments.

The Titans will have two teams in the Gold Coast based Elite Premier League competition in 2024, with the club looking to defend the title won in its inaugural season last year.

Courtney Murphy will captain the Titans Blue side, with Anna Atkinson to serve as her deputy while Madi Peisley and Atlanta Horan will co-captain the Titans Yellow team.

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.