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Get your Titans fix this weekend at Carrara

After an epic NRL win in New Zealand, get your Titans fix this weekend with Titans Netball as our Sapphire and Ruby Series sides play in the "Clash of the Coast".

Rivalry round has come early, with the Titans to host fellow Gold Coast franchise Bond University in round two of Netball Queensland's Sapphire and Ruby Series competitions.


Competition begins at 4pm, with the Ruby side on court at the Carrara Indoor Sports Stadium, with the Sapphire clash against the Bull Sharks to follow.

After a first round victory against the Wildcats, Titans midcourter Lily Gray says her team are excited to get back onto their home court.

“Home games are our favourite games of the year," Gray said.

“To come up against Bond (University) for the first time at home is even more special.

“The Titans crowd and atmosphere is always electric.

“There’s a bit more heart involved and definitely bragging rights on the line.”

The Titans gained experience using the new SuperShot rule in round one, allowing for two point shots in the last five minute of each quarter.

Gray said it's a game-changing new rule and one the team is excited to capitalise on.

“It just adds a lot of excitement to the game … you can be 10 or 15 points down with five minutes to play and all of a sudden the super shot can bring that margin quite close,” she said.

“There’s a lot of opportunity for a really exciting game.”

While the Titans claimed victory in both Sapphire and Ruby divisions in round one, Bond University are coming off a first round bye.

“We’re had a long pre-season but nothing prepares you for games, so to have one game under our belt should give us a competitive advantage against Bond," Gray said.

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.