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The Gold Coast Titans is an Australian rugby league football club reigning from the Gold Coast in Queensland. The club competes in Australasia's elite rugby league competition, the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. It is the newest of the sixteen clubs, established in 2007.

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Gold Coast Titans' final hopes in tatters after second-half collapse against South Sydney - Courier Mail

GOLD Coast’s finals hopes are in tatters after a dismal second-half siesta and a slew of battered bodies saw the Titans capitulate 36-20 against South Sydney.

Already missing 11 players, including Origin trio Jarryd Hayne, Nathan Peats and Jarrod Wallace, the Titans’ injury saga hit crisis point as another four top-liners collapsed at ANZ Stadium.

The plucky Titans were eyeing a Homebush boilover after a courageous first-half catapulted coach Neil Henry’s ‘Nevilles’ to a shock 20-10 halftime lead.

But the heavily-depleted Coast fell apart after the break, with Ryan James (knee) and concussed trio Ash Taylor, Joe Greenwood and Pat Politoni all failing to finish on a night of carnage.

Dejected Titans after the loss.

Classy Souths back-rower Angus Crichton ran riot, posting a hat-trick as the Bunnies scored five second-half tries and 26 unanswered points to effectively kill off the...


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Joe Greenwood named on bench for Gold Coast Titans against Wests Tigers despite concussions - Gold Coast Bulletin

PROMISING English back-rower Joe Greenwood could defy his fourth concussion of the season to line up for Gold Coast on Friday night.

Greenwood was again strong for the Titans last week against South Sydney until copping some friendly fire in the form of a head clash with captain Ryan James.

However, the 24-year-old trained this afternoon with the main group and has been named on the bench for the side’s do-or-die Round 16 match against cellar dwellers Wests Tigers.

Greenwood has passed a cogscan test and will be monitored in the coming days for symptoms such as headaches, with coach Neil Henry saying they must treat his case with particular care due to his series of knocks.

“He has had a couple of head knocks but I must say this is the one he has recovered the best from,” Henry said.

Joe Greenwood leaves the field after copping a head knock against South Sydney. Picture: Getty...

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Former Gold Coast Titans co-captain denies he has drinking problem after Anzac Test bender led to drug ban - Gold Coast Bulletin

KEVIN Proctor has denied he has a drinking problem and has vowed to do all he can to regain the trust of his Titans teammates.

Former Titans co-captain Proctor returned from a club-imposed four-match ban last Friday, playing for the first time since allegedly snorting cocaine after going on a bender following the Anzac Test last month.

Proctor and former New Zealand captain Jess Bromwich, who were caught on CCTV in Canberra being supplied with and then consuming drugs by a man under police surveillance, claimed last month he could not remember the event given he had been drinking heavily.

Suspended Gold Coast Titan Kevin Proctor during his sideline stint. Picture: NIGEL HALLETT

But speaking for the first time since the incident, the 28-year-old denied he had a drinking problem.

“Not at all. I’ve just had some bad choices,” Proctor said.

“It’s been pretty tough (over the past...


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Gold Coast Titans forward Leivaha Pulu struck down by appendicitis - Gold Coast Bulletin

LEIVAHA Pulu has been struck down by appendicitis in the latest health setback for the Gold Coast Titans.

To put their NRL season from hell into perspective, the late-blooming lock becomes the 23rd Titan to have missed first grade action.

That’s more injured players than the total number of faces seen in St George Illawarra colours (21 different players) across the opening 15 rounds.

Coach Neil Henry summed up the situation with a wry smile.

Leivaha Pulu is the latest Titan to face time on the sidelines. Picture: AAP Image

“Nothing surprises me anymore. We’ve been able to cover the full gamut I suppose so far but yeah that’s a new one,” Henry said of Pulu’s condition.

“About 10.30 the other night, got a text from his wife Lina and said that he’d had stomach pains and next thing I know he was getting his appendix whipped out so he’ll be out of action for four to six weeks.”

Max King...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans forward Leivaha Pulu struck down by appendicitis - Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast Titans forward Morgan Boyle content to let football do talking as he plays for contract extension - Gold Coast Bulletin

TITANS terminator Morgan Boyle has seen enough in life to know not to take anything for granted.

Boyle, whose father David, a former Canberra Raiders player, was almost killed in a farming accident almost a decade ago, is grateful for his opportunity to play first grade with the Titans after graduating from their under-20 system last year.

Off contract at the end of the season, Boyle is unsure what the future holds but is content to let his football do the talking as he continues a breakout rookie season in the NRL.

“There’s always talk but there’s nothing in yet,” Boyle said.

“I’m not really worried, I’ll just keep trying to play my footy here. I can’t let that get in my head.”

Boyle will line up for the Titans against the Wests Tigers on Friday night, now a regular member of the Gold Coast squad.

An unprecedented run of injuries has forced coach Neil Henry to use all the players...


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Gold Coast Titans prop Nate Peteru wants to become consistent NRL enforcer in 2017 - Gold Coast Bulletin

NATE Peteru has already had his busiest year of top grade action and last week started an NRL match for the first time but he is not ready to call 2017 a breakout season just yet.

The cheerful prop, 25, is determined to become a more frequent force leading the pack after running 104m against South Sydney.

“I need to be consistently strong in the NRL every week to make it a breakout year for me,” he said.

“That was my goal from the start and some injuries presented obstacles but I think I’m back on track and hopefully I can keep building from here.”

Peteru looked comfortable with the increased intensity associated with playing from the first whistle, with his opening stint also including an offload to send Pat Politoni on his way to a try.

“I think I am experienced enough to know what to expect. Obviously it is a bit quicker at the start of the game but I thought I handled it all...


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Gold Coast Titans: Ashley Taylor must remain dominant voice on field despite return of Hayne, Peats, Roberts - Gold Coast Bulletin

THE Titans will demand Ashley Taylor remain the dominant voice on the field despite the return of fellow spine members Tyrone Roberts, Nathan Peats and Jarryd Hayne for Friday night’s crucial clash against the Wests Tigers.

Taylor was forced to take all the decision-making responsibility last week, with injury and Origin duty decimating the Titans’ stocks.

Roberts is battling to recover from a shoulder injury but if he takes his place at Campbelltown, coach Neil Henry still wants Taylor to be the main on-field voice.

“I think we still do need him to be dominant, he’s our main kicker and he’s warming to that role as a young, developing half,” Henry said.

Ashley Taylor trains with the Titans at Cbus Super Stadium. Photo: Steve Holland

“He’s got a good kicking game and he needs to command the ball on both sides and he’s a good runner of the ball as well.

“We didn’t really have a...


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Jarryd Hayne inspires Gold Coast Titans to win over Wests Tigers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Don't look now Tigers fans, but the Spoon Off awaits. That dreaded clash still two months from the end of the regular season where the winner has a better chance of avoiding the inanimate wooden utensil the butt of many a sporting joke.

So bring on Newcastle, hey. If they can't beat the third-from-bottom side, they can try their luck with the second-from-bottom.

Try time: Jarryd Hayne goes over to score. Try time: Jarryd Hayne goes over to score. Photo: Getty Images

Which is basically the Tigers' lot for the rest of 2017. They don't lack effort. Let that be known. But effort only gets you so far sometimes.

And even when you have the premiers on the rack like they did a week ago, trying hard doesn't win you too many games. Class does. Which sadly they don't have much of right now.

Happy homecoming: Hayne starred at 'his house' once again. Happy homecoming: Hayne starred at 'his house' once again. Photo: Getty Images

The Titans had enough of it. More than enough. Jarryd Hayne's pinky...


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Read more: Jarryd Hayne inspires Gold Coast Titans to win over Wests Tigers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Gold Coast Titans news: Nathan Peats contract talks still unresolved ... - Courier Mail

NATHAN Peats may have raised his bat with a century of tackles in 48 hours but his future at the Gold Coast Titans still remains unclear.

Peats backed up his massive Origin II effort for NSW with another 80-minute performance for the Titans in Friday’s 26-14 win against the woeful Wests Tigers.

Peats notched 53 tackles for NSW on Wednesday at ANZ Stadium in the Blues’ 18-16 loss and produced another 50 against the Tigers at Campbelltown.

His inspirational effort, along with Jarryd Hayne’s brace of tries, helped the Titans snap a four-match losing streak and keep their faint finals hopes alive.

But Peats and the Titans are yet to find common ground to keep the feisty hooker on the Gold Coast beyond this season.

FIVE THINGS: ‘He needs to fire’

The parties are at loggerheads over the financial terms of a three-year contract extension but if there was any doubt about Peats’ value to...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans news: Nathan Peats contract talks still unresolved ... - Courier Mail

Gold Coast Titans forward Leivaha Pulu struck down by appendicitis - Gold Coast Bulletin

LEIVAHA Pulu has been struck down by appendicitis in the latest health setback for the Gold Coast Titans.

To put their NRL season from hell into perspective, the late-blooming lock becomes the 23rd Titan to have missed first grade action.

That’s more injured players than the total number of faces seen in St George Illawarra colours (21 different players) across the opening 15 rounds.

Coach Neil Henry summed up the situation with a wry smile.

Leivaha Pulu is the latest Titan to face time on the sidelines. Picture: AAP Image

“Nothing surprises me anymore. We’ve been able to cover the full gamut I suppose so far but yeah that’s a new one,” Henry said of Pulu’s condition.

“About 10.30 the other night, got a text from his wife Lina and said that he’d had stomach pains and next thing I know he was getting his appendix whipped out so he’ll be out of action for four to six weeks.”

Max King...


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Read more: Gold Coast Titans forward Leivaha Pulu struck down by appendicitis - Gold Coast Bulletin

Former Gold Coast Titans co-captain denies he has drinking problem after Anzac Test bender led to drug ban - Gold Coast Bulletin

KEVIN Proctor has denied he has a drinking problem and has vowed to do all he can to regain the trust of his Titans teammates.

Former Titans co-captain Proctor returned from a club-imposed four-match ban last Friday, playing for the first time since allegedly snorting cocaine after going on a bender following the Anzac Test last month.

Proctor and former New Zealand captain Jess Bromwich, who were caught on CCTV in Canberra being supplied with and then consuming drugs by a man under police surveillance, claimed last month he could not remember the event given he had been drinking heavily.

Suspended Gold Coast Titan Kevin Proctor during his sideline stint. Picture: NIGEL HALLETT

But speaking for the first time since the incident, the 28-year-old denied he had a drinking problem.

“Not at all. I’ve just had some bad choices,” Proctor said.

“It’s been pretty tough (over the past...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Former Gold Coast Titans co-captain denies he has drinking problem after Anzac Test bender led to...

Gold Coast Titans forward Morgan Boyle content to let football do talking as he plays for contract extension - Gold Coast Bulletin

TITANS terminator Morgan Boyle has seen enough in life to know not to take anything for granted.

Boyle, whose father David, a former Canberra Raiders player, was almost killed in a farming accident almost a decade ago, is grateful for his opportunity to play first grade with the Titans after graduating from their under-20 system last year.

Off contract at the end of the season, Boyle is unsure what the future holds but is content to let his football do the talking as he continues a breakout rookie season in the NRL.

“There’s always talk but there’s nothing in yet,” Boyle said.

“I’m not really worried, I’ll just keep trying to play my footy here. I can’t let that get in my head.”

Boyle will line up for the Titans against the Wests Tigers on Friday night, now a regular member of the Gold Coast squad.

An unprecedented run of injuries has forced coach Neil Henry to use all the players...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Gold Coast Titans forward Morgan Boyle content to let football do talking as he plays for...

Gold Coast Titans prop Nate Peteru wants to become consistent NRL enforcer in 2017 - Gold Coast Bulletin

NATE Peteru has already had his busiest year of top grade action and last week started an NRL match for the first time but he is not ready to call 2017 a breakout season just yet.

The cheerful prop, 25, is determined to become a more frequent force leading the pack after running 104m against South Sydney.

“I need to be consistently strong in the NRL every week to make it a breakout year for me,” he said.

“That was my goal from the start and some injuries presented obstacles but I think I’m back on track and hopefully I can keep building from here.”

Peteru looked comfortable with the increased intensity associated with playing from the first whistle, with his opening stint also including an offload to send Pat Politoni on his way to a try.

“I think I am experienced enough to know what to expect. Obviously it is a bit quicker at the start of the game but I thought I handled it all...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Gold Coast Titans prop Nate Peteru wants to become consistent NRL enforcer in 2017 - Gold Coast...

Gold Coast Titans: Ashley Taylor must remain dominant voice on field despite return of Hayne, Peats, Roberts - Gold Coast Bulletin

THE Titans will demand Ashley Taylor remain the dominant voice on the field despite the return of fellow spine members Tyrone Roberts, Nathan Peats and Jarryd Hayne for Friday night’s crucial clash against the Wests Tigers.

Taylor was forced to take all the decision-making responsibility last week, with injury and Origin duty decimating the Titans’ stocks.

Roberts is battling to recover from a shoulder injury but if he takes his place at Campbelltown, coach Neil Henry still wants Taylor to be the main on-field voice.

“I think we still do need him to be dominant, he’s our main kicker and he’s warming to that role as a young, developing half,” Henry said.

Ashley Taylor trains with the Titans at Cbus Super Stadium. Photo: Steve Holland

“He’s got a good kicking game and he needs to command the ball on both sides and he’s a good runner of the ball as well.

“We didn’t really have a...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Gold Coast Titans: Ashley Taylor must remain dominant voice on field despite return of Hayne,...

Jarryd Hayne inspires Gold Coast Titans to win over Wests Tigers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Don't look now Tigers fans, but the Spoon Off awaits. That dreaded clash still two months from the end of the regular season where the winner has a better chance of avoiding the inanimate wooden utensil the butt of many a sporting joke.

So bring on Newcastle, hey. If they can't beat the third-from-bottom side, they can try their luck with the second-from-bottom.

Try time: Jarryd Hayne goes over to score. Try time: Jarryd Hayne goes over to score. Photo: Getty Images

Which is basically the Tigers' lot for the rest of 2017. They don't lack effort. Let that be known. But effort only gets you so far sometimes.

And even when you have the premiers on the rack like they did a week ago, trying hard doesn't win you too many games. Class does. Which sadly they don't have much of right now.

Happy homecoming: Hayne starred at 'his house' once again. Happy homecoming: Hayne starred at 'his house' once again. Photo: Getty Images

The Titans had enough of it. More than enough. Jarryd Hayne's pinky...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Jarryd Hayne inspires Gold Coast Titans to win over Wests Tigers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Former Gold Coast Titans co-captain denies he has drinking problem after Anzac Test bender led to drug ban - Gold Coast Bulletin

KEVIN Proctor has denied he has a drinking problem and has vowed to do all he can to regain the trust of his Titans teammates.

Former Titans co-captain Proctor returned from a club-imposed four-match ban last Friday, playing for the first time since allegedly snorting cocaine after going on a bender following the Anzac Test last month.

Proctor and former New Zealand captain Jess Bromwich, who were caught on CCTV in Canberra being supplied with and then consuming drugs by a man under police surveillance, claimed last month he could not remember the event given he had been drinking heavily.

Suspended Gold Coast Titan Kevin Proctor during his sideline stint. Picture: NIGEL HALLETT

But speaking for the first time since the incident, the 28-year-old denied he had a drinking problem.

“Not at all. I’ve just had some bad choices,” Proctor said.

“It’s been pretty tough (over the past...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Former Gold Coast Titans co-captain denies he has drinking problem after Anzac Test bender led to...

Joe Greenwood named on bench for Gold Coast Titans against Wests Tigers despite concussions - Gold Coast Bulletin

PROMISING English back-rower Joe Greenwood could defy his fourth concussion of the season to line up for Gold Coast on Friday night.

Greenwood was again strong for the Titans last week against South Sydney until copping some friendly fire in the form of a head clash with captain Ryan James.

However, the 24-year-old trained this afternoon with the main group and has been named on the bench for the side’s do-or-die Round 16 match against cellar dwellers Wests Tigers.

Greenwood has passed a cogscan test and will be monitored in the coming days for symptoms such as headaches, with coach Neil Henry saying they must treat his case with particular care due to his series of knocks.

“He has had a couple of head knocks but I must say this is the one he has recovered the best from,” Henry said.

Joe Greenwood leaves the field after copping a head knock against South Sydney. Picture: Getty...

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Gold Coast Titans forward Leivaha Pulu struck down by appendicitis - Gold Coast Bulletin

LEIVAHA Pulu has been struck down by appendicitis in the latest health setback for the Gold Coast Titans.

To put their NRL season from hell into perspective, the late-blooming lock becomes the 23rd Titan to have missed first grade action.

That’s more injured players than the total number of faces seen in St George Illawarra colours (21 different players) across the opening 15 rounds.

Coach Neil Henry summed up the situation with a wry smile.

Leivaha Pulu is the latest Titan to face time on the sidelines. Picture: AAP Image

“Nothing surprises me anymore. We’ve been able to cover the full gamut I suppose so far but yeah that’s a new one,” Henry said of Pulu’s condition.

“About 10.30 the other night, got a text from his wife Lina and said that he’d had stomach pains and next thing I know he was getting his appendix whipped out so he’ll be out of action for four to six weeks.”

Max King...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Gold Coast Titans forward Leivaha Pulu struck down by appendicitis - Gold Coast Bulletin

Gold Coast Titans forward Morgan Boyle content to let football do talking as he plays for contract extension - Gold Coast Bulletin

TITANS terminator Morgan Boyle has seen enough in life to know not to take anything for granted.

Boyle, whose father David, a former Canberra Raiders player, was almost killed in a farming accident almost a decade ago, is grateful for his opportunity to play first grade with the Titans after graduating from their under-20 system last year.

Off contract at the end of the season, Boyle is unsure what the future holds but is content to let his football do the talking as he continues a breakout rookie season in the NRL.

“There’s always talk but there’s nothing in yet,” Boyle said.

“I’m not really worried, I’ll just keep trying to play my footy here. I can’t let that get in my head.”

Boyle will line up for the Titans against the Wests Tigers on Friday night, now a regular member of the Gold Coast squad.

An unprecedented run of injuries has forced coach Neil Henry to use all the players...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Gold Coast Titans forward Morgan Boyle content to let football do talking as he plays for...

Gold Coast Titans prop Nate Peteru wants to become consistent NRL enforcer in 2017 - Gold Coast Bulletin

NATE Peteru has already had his busiest year of top grade action and last week started an NRL match for the first time but he is not ready to call 2017 a breakout season just yet.

The cheerful prop, 25, is determined to become a more frequent force leading the pack after running 104m against South Sydney.

“I need to be consistently strong in the NRL every week to make it a breakout year for me,” he said.

“That was my goal from the start and some injuries presented obstacles but I think I’m back on track and hopefully I can keep building from here.”

Peteru looked comfortable with the increased intensity associated with playing from the first whistle, with his opening stint also including an offload to send Pat Politoni on his way to a try.

“I think I am experienced enough to know what to expect. Obviously it is a bit quicker at the start of the game but I thought I handled it all...


Read full article on NRL GN GoldCoastTitans


Read more: Gold Coast Titans prop Nate Peteru wants to become consistent NRL enforcer in 2017 - Gold Coast...



Round 15
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 30 - 20 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 19 June 2015, 7:45pm Brookvale Oval (Nine Network) 8,093
Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 20 - 21 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 20 June 2015, 3:00pm GIO Stadium (Fox Sports) 10,170
Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 14 - 36 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 20 June 2015, 5:30pm Cbus Super Stadium (Fox Sports) 14,132
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 - 12 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 20 June 2015, 7:30pm ANZ Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,476
Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 28 - 30 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 21 June 2015, 2:00pm Hunter Stadium (Fox Sports) 14,081
Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 12 - 14 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 21 June 2015, 4:00pm AAMI Park (Nine Network) 14,278
St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 14 - 19 Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 22 June 2015, 7:00pm Allianz Stadium (Fox Sports) 10,185
BYE:

Round 16
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 30 - 8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 27 June 2015, 5:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 13,110
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 18-24 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 27 June 2015, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium (Fox Sports) 18,826
Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 16-12 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 27 June 2015, 7:30pm Pirtek Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,046
Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 20 - 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 28 June 2015, 2:00pm Bluetongue Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,569
Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764

 

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Pos Team P W D L
1 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 24 19 0 5
2 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 24 17 1 6
3 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (P) 24 17 1 6
4 North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 24 15 0 9
5 Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 24 15 0 9
6 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 24 14 0 10
7 Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 24 14 0 10
8 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 24 11 1 12
9 Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 24 11 0 13
10 New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 24 10 0 14
11 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 24 10 0 14
12 South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 24 9 0 15
13 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 24 8 0 16
14 Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 24 13 0 11
15 Eastern Suburbs colours.svg Sydney Roosters 24 6 0 18
16 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 24 1 1 22
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