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TITANS CEO Graham Annesley said today the club accepts the decision of the NRL to impose a fine of $300,000 ($75,000 of which is suspended)
THE Titans have re-signed back-rower Tom Kingston who achieved his long-awaited NRL debut in 2014 and halfback Kane Elgey who this year made the Holden Cup team of the year in his last season of under-20s.
THE Gold Coast Titans finished off their season in style beating the Bulldogs 19-18 in a Sunday afternoon classic at Cbus Super Stadium.
TITANS confirm the signings of young back-rowers Matt Robinson from Penrith and Lachlan Burr from Canterbury
TITANS have announced that experienced NRL coach Neil Henry has been appointed as head coach for three years from next season.
TITANS foundation player Luke Bailey, a leader of this club whose legacy will remain for many years, has announced he will retire after the last round clash with the Bulldogs on Sunday.
AN emphatic 42-0 win wasn't enough for the New Zealand Warriors to creep into the top eight today, the home side smashing the Gold Coast Titans at Mt Smart Stadium in front of 13,000 fans.
THE St. George Illawarra Dragons have kept their faint finals hopes alive with a quality display at Kogarah today, disposing of the Gold Coast Titans 34-6 in front of just under 10,000 fans.
THE Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles withstood a late fightback from the Gold Coast Titans today to win 15-12 in front of over 12,000 fans at Cbus Super Stadium.
A spirited Gold Coast Titans fell agonisingly short of delivering a farewell gift to departing coach John Cartwright in losing 26-18 to the Sydney Roosters tonight at Allianz Stadium in front of a measly 6,345 fans.
CONFIRMATION this afternoon that Gold Coast Titans founder Michael Searle and foundation head coach John Cartwright have stepped down
INSPIRED by their ‘Thor' Super Hero jerseys, the Cowboys have taken a hammer to the Titans finals chances after recording a 28-8 win in front of a vocal home crowd of 14,487.
A Jarryd Hayne inspired Parramatta has defeated the Titans at CBUS Super Stadium in front of 14,175 people. The victory keeps the Eels finals' hopes alive while the Titans may as well start thinking about next year.
IT was a day which was all about fighting spirit and there was plenty of it on show from both sides, but ultimately Gold Coast handled the "Rise for Alex" occasion better with a 22-8 victory over an error-riddled Newcastle.
THE board of the iSelect Gold Coast Titans today resolved to immediately commence a complete review of the club's operations both on and off the field.