2019 NRL Season

GC Titans v Melbourne Storm

Sun 21 Jul

Gates Open 11:55 AM
Start time 2:00 PM

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ADD TO CALENDAR 07/21/2019 2:00 PM 07/21/2019 4:00 PM AEST GC Titans v Melbourne Storm

No Billy Slater, no worries for the Melbourne Storm, who remain one of the benchmark sides of the competition after a decade of dominance in the NRL.

Beaten grand finalists last year, the Storm still remain one of the biggest dangers in the competition, with ageless skipper Cameron Smith and brilliant Queenslander Cameron Munster leading a lethal playing roster orchestrated by master coach Craig Bellamy.

But the Titans’ recent form against the Storm shows that the Gold Coast is ready to go toe-to-toe with any team in the competition.

The last time these two teams met at Cbus Super Stadium, in Round 24 last year, the Titans gave the Storm a mighty fright – leading 8-0 late in the match.

But the experience and guile of Slater and Munster saw the Storm sneak home for a 10-8 win.

The Titans of 2019 will be ready to make sure they don’t let another golden opportunity slip, and show that they can match it with the best teams in the NRL.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Curtain Raiser Matches - NRL Touch Premiership Gold Coast Titans vs Parramatta Eels in Men's and Women's divisions.

Gates Open: 11:55am
1st Curtain Raiser (Women's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:00pm
2nd Curtain Raiser (Men's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:40pm
NRL Kick Off: 2:00pm

 

No Billy Slater, no worries for the Melbourne Storm, who remain one of the benchmark sides of the competition after a decade of dominance in the NRL.

Beaten grand finalists last year, the Storm still remain one of the biggest dangers in the competition, with ageless skipper Cameron Smith and brilliant Queenslander Cameron Munster leading a lethal playing roster orchestrated by master coach Craig Bellamy.

But the Titans’ recent form against the Storm shows that the Gold Coast is ready to go toe-to-toe with any team in the competition.

The last time these two teams met at Cbus Super Stadium, in Round 24 last year, the Titans gave the Storm a mighty fright – leading 8-0 late in the match.

But the experience and guile of Slater and Munster saw the Storm sneak home for a 10-8 win.

The Titans of 2019 will be ready to make sure they don’t let another golden opportunity slip, and show that they can match it with the best teams in the NRL.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Curtain Raiser Matches - NRL Touch Premiership Gold Coast Titans vs Parramatta Eels in Men's and Women's divisions.

Gates Open: 11:55am
1st Curtain Raiser (Women's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:00pm
2nd Curtain Raiser (Men's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:40pm
NRL Kick Off: 2:00pm

 

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No Billy Slater, no worries for the Melbourne Storm, who remain one of the benchmark sides of the competition after a decade of dominance in the NRL.

Beaten grand finalists last year, the Storm still remain one of the biggest dangers in the competition, with ageless skipper Cameron Smith and brilliant Queenslander Cameron Munster leading a lethal playing roster orchestrated by master coach Craig Bellamy.

But the Titans’ recent form against the Storm shows that the Gold Coast is ready to go toe-to-toe with any team in the competition.

The last time these two teams met at Cbus Super Stadium, in Round 24 last year, the Titans gave the Storm a mighty fright – leading 8-0 late in the match.

But the experience and guile of Slater and Munster saw the Storm sneak home for a 10-8 win.

The Titans of 2019 will be ready to make sure they don’t let another golden opportunity slip, and show that they can match it with the best teams in the NRL.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Curtain Raiser Matches - NRL Touch Premiership Gold Coast Titans vs Parramatta Eels in Men's and Women's divisions.

Gates Open: 11:55am
1st Curtain Raiser (Women's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:00pm
2nd Curtain Raiser (Men's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:40pm
NRL Kick Off: 2:00pm

 

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ADD TO CALENDAR 07/21/2019 2:00 PM 07/21/2019 4:00 PM AEST GC Titans v Melbourne Storm

No Billy Slater, no worries for the Melbourne Storm, who remain one of the benchmark sides of the competition after a decade of dominance in the NRL.

Beaten grand finalists last year, the Storm still remain one of the biggest dangers in the competition, with ageless skipper Cameron Smith and brilliant Queenslander Cameron Munster leading a lethal playing roster orchestrated by master coach Craig Bellamy.

But the Titans’ recent form against the Storm shows that the Gold Coast is ready to go toe-to-toe with any team in the competition.

The last time these two teams met at Cbus Super Stadium, in Round 24 last year, the Titans gave the Storm a mighty fright – leading 8-0 late in the match.

But the experience and guile of Slater and Munster saw the Storm sneak home for a 10-8 win.

The Titans of 2019 will be ready to make sure they don’t let another golden opportunity slip, and show that they can match it with the best teams in the NRL.

Don’t forget we have dedicated seating bays available for opposition fans, and every ticket includes free public transport on QR Trains and Translink bus services.

Curtain Raiser Matches - NRL Touch Premiership Gold Coast Titans vs Parramatta Eels in Men's and Women's divisions.

Gates Open: 11:55am
1st Curtain Raiser (Women's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:00pm
2nd Curtain Raiser (Men's Titans v Eels Touch Football): 12:40pm
NRL Kick Off: 2:00pm