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Titans and Top Blokes combine for Round 14 clash with Rabbitohs

The Gold Coast Titans will be supporting Top Blokes and Logan's Legacy as part of their Round 14 match against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Top Blokes and Titans to combine for Round 14 Rabbitohs clash

The match will take place on Saturday, June 8 at Cbus Super Stadium and see a number of opportunities for Top Blokes to showcase their programs, including Logan's Legacy, which is particularly close to Titans player Kieran Foran's heart.

Just last year, Foran, a Top Blokes Ambassador, experienced the tragic loss of his stepson Logan Steinwede.

Sparking conversation: Foran, Fanning and Parkinson share their mental health journeys

Logan’s death brings to light the stark reality that young males are disproportionately represented in suicide statistics, with 75% of the 3,000 suicides each year in Australia being boys and men.

Kicking off the start of Men’s Health Week, the Titans match on June 8 aims to help everyone know that they matter and to spark conversations around mental health to check in, reach out and speak up.

Who are Top Blokes?

Top Blokes are an Australian charity committed to building a future where every young male, regardless of background or where they live, can stand tall with a strong voice, unwavering belief in himself and a sense of belonging. In every school, across every state, they want boys and young men to learn the skills and have the space to build resilience, empathy, and wellbeing. Discover more here.

Game Details

Top Blokes will be activating at the Titans home game on June 8, including the below initiatives:

  • Match ball presented by Logan's family and one of Logan's idols, Mick Fanning
  • Precinct activities and competitions
  • Giveaways including mini footballs, signs for the stands, prizes and more
  • Big screen videos highlighting the work of Top Blokes
  • Plus more to come
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.