Titans under-20 players Kurt Foggo, left, and Luke Dumas yesterday with students from St Finbarrs Primary School, from left, Bradley Maxwell (11), Liam Connellan (12), Dean Templeman (11) and Sandra Mancell (11).
Titans under-20 players Kurt Foggo, left, and Luke Dumas yesterday with students from St Finbarrs Primary School, from left, Bradley Maxwell (11), Liam Connellan (12), Dean Templeman (11) and Sandra Mancell (11). HELEN JACK

Titans begin first of many school visits

THE Gold Coast Titans did the rounds of schools in Byron Bay yesterday in the lead-up to Saturday’s trial match against the New Zealand Warriors at Oakes Oval.

While the Titans’ big guns probably won’t arrive until Friday, they sent under-20s players Kurt Foggo and Luke Dumas to conduct clinics as St Finbarrs and Byron Bay Public School.

The Titans plan to visit about 26 schools in the lead-up to Saturday’s game.

Meanwhile, the Warriors won’t make it to Lismore until Friday night.

A team spokesperson confirmed yesterday that they would be flying into Coolangatta and then catching a bus to Lismore.

Lismore City Council is planning to run its ‘night rider’ service after Saturday’s game at Oakes Oval.
 
The bus will be outside the ground at 10pm and offer patrons a chance to safely get home to most areas of Lismore.
 

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