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Logan’s Legacy at the forefront of Foran’s return

Set to make his return to the field in this weekend’s clash against the Rabbitohs, Kieran Foran will be fuelled by the Top Blokes and Logan Legacy partnership shining a spotlight on young men's mental health.

Praising the display of hard work and determination put in by the team to get the win at Suncorp against the Broncos before the bye, the veteran playmaker is excited to maintain the momentum the playing group have been building on the field.

"It was an incredible win," Foran said.

"I thought the way in which the boys stayed in the fight, and just kept coming back at Brisbane and turning up time and time again spoke volumes of where we’re going and heading as a club.

"A win like that does wonders for your season, and hopefully that can catapult us into a few more coming up."

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Falling prey to another minor hamstring strain this season, the 33-year-old is feeling strong after opting to take the extra week to ready himself, despite wanting to be apart of the squad for the battle at Suncorp.

"I gave it everything I had… but I made the right call to sit out that game and give it the extra time, knowing we had the bye the following week," the 290-gamer said.

"I’ve had a good week training last week, getting through all my rehab and the hamstring feels good - nice and strong.

"I've been ready for the full week of training this week and hit the ground running."

The clash against the Bunnies this weekend also marks an important off-field occasion for the five-eighth, with the game to see a partnership between Top Blokes and Logan’s Legacy elevate the significance of normalising conversations on men’s mental health.

As a Top Blokes ambassador himself, the focus strikes a personal chord with Foran, who tragically lost his stepson Logan Steinwede to suicide last year.

"It was important from the family’s point of view that we continue on with Logan’s Legacy," he said.

"We’ve decided to partner with Top Blokes, who we feel are doing an incredible job in the community and in schools to put programs in place for young men, so that they can live a healthy and responsible lifestyle and take really good care of their mental health.

"They’ve partnered up for this weekend’s clash to raise awareness around it and to do their bit and help with Logan's Legacy.

"It’s going to be a really special occasion from that sense, and hopefully it can work wonders in helping with young men’s mental health in the future."

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Getting the opportunity to spend a morning with a few of Logan’s heroes, the Gold Coast leader is grateful to be a part of the individuals bringing awareness to such an important issue.

"I’m really grateful for Mick Fanning and Joel Parkinson’s time to sit down and have a chat with myself around mental health and share their own journeys," Foran said.

"I think it was a really important morning to normalise these conversations and get guys to feel comfortable about opening up about how they are struggling and what steps they take to put the right support network around them.

"I’m not the best surfer but I did it for Logan and to get out there. It was an important morning."

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.