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Titans visit Banora Point

Jamal Idris is king of the kids at Banora Point High School during a Titans coaching clinic.
Jamal Idris is king of the kids at Banora Point High School during a Titans coaching clinic. John Gass

ABOUT 200 boys and girls had the time of their lives meeting their rugby league heroes and learning skills at a Gold Coast Titans coaching clinic held at Banora Point High School this morning.

Among the Titans who met with their fans and imparted footy knowledge were Jamal Idris, Kayne Lawton and Ben Ridge.

The Titans coaching clinic, which coincides with the NSW school holidays, is designed for young boys and girls aged 5-12.

The kids were put through their paces on a variety of training gear such as tackling bags and step equipment.

The players then signed autographs for the children who waited patiently in line for their turns to meet the Titans and get their "John Henrys".

One of those youngsters was Jordan Watt who produced a colourful pair of footy boots for the players to sign.

Topics:  banora point high school, coaching clinic, gold coast titans, nrl



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