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Win a double pass to both legs of the Macca's Local Derby this season

The Macca's Local Derby returns in 2024 with two electric clashes between the Gold Coast Titans and their nearest rivals, the Brisbane Broncos.

This year, Macca's are rewarding 25 lucky Titans fans with a double pass to attend both legs of the Macca's Local Derby - Round 12 at Suncorp Stadium and Round 22 at Cbus Super Stadium.

To enter, all you have to do is tell us your favourite Titans vs Broncos moment from the past 18 years - it's that easy!

Click here to enter the competition now!

With so many epic chapters in the rivalry so far, the Macca's Local Derby never disappoints as both teams play for Queensland bragging rights, dominance, and the all-important competition points. 

To jog your memory, here are a few of our stand out moments from the past few years.

It's hard to look past the first ever encounter between the clubs in 2007, where the newly formed Gold Coast Titans ran away with the victory to claim first blood in the rivalry, winning 28-16.

Flash forward to 2009, and the teams would meet in their first finals match-up in front of a sold out Cbus Super Stadium. The Broncos claimed the victory that day, but with a 40-32 score line it was certainly a game to remember for both teams.

In recent memory, it was in Round 17 last season where an undermanned Titans squad outgunned the Broncos in an underdog victory at Suncorp Stadium, winning 18-12.

There's so many rivalry-defining moments between the two clubs, and that's what makes the Macca's Local Derby a must-watch.

Submit your favourite moment by 12pm, May 17 to go in the draw to win a double pass to both games and cheer on the Titans for another victory in the Macca's Local Derby. 

Click here to enter the competition now!

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.