History of The Gold Coast Titans

The History of the Gold Coast Titans begins with the formation of the Titans club, an entirely separate entity to the Chargers club, which exited the NRL after 11 seasons from 1988 to 1998.

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... On the 18th of March 2007 the Titans played their first official NRL match against the St George Illawarra Dragons in front of over 42,000 people at Suncorp Stadium ... Inaugural Gold Coast Titans side v St George Illawarra Dragons, Suncorp Stadium, 18 March 2007 1 ... Nathan Friend Coach John Cartwright Gold Coast Titans Est ...

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