Gold Coast Titans defeat Raiders in record comeback

Guess who’s back, back again… the Titans are back, tell a friend…

The Gold Coast Titans have come from a whopping 18-0 down in the first 11-minutes to beat the Canberra Raiders 30-28, in what is the equal greatest comeback in the NRL club’s history.

The boys put on the epic performance in front of a home crowd at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday afternoon.


Despite being down 24-12 at half time, a motivational chat in the change rooms seemed to inspire the club who were unstoppable in the second half.

It was a close game, but with less than two minutes left on the clock, the Titans snatched the victory from Canberra with a Konrad Hurrell try from an Ash Taylor grubber – the perfect ending for what was Garth Brennan’s NRL coaching debut.

“A little bit star struck and a little bit overawed… but I’ve said from the start that they’d never give up and they showed that,” a proud Brennan said after the match.

“What we get out of that tonight is we get a bit of belief, a bit of belief in ourselves that no matter what the scoreboard is, if we keep working hard then things can change and things can turn”.

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments