The Gold Coast Titans and Tweed Seagulls have announced their continued collaboration in developing rugby league talent on the Gold Coast and in the Northern Rivers regions. The new agreement will see the two clubs work together until 2025, with Tweed supporting elite pathways in both the men’s and women’s games.
Titans CEO Steve Mitchell has expressed his excitement about the partnership, highlighting the shared values of both clubs in supporting local talent. Mitchell believes that the affiliation with Tweed, which now includes both the men’s and women’s programs, demonstrates the growth of the women’s game on the Coast. The collaboration will also involve the appointment of an additional development officer to focus on coach education and player development in the region. Mitchell commends Tweed Seagulls for their dedication to ensuring athletes in the area have the best chance to succeed.
Tweed Seagulls CEO Brendon Lindsay is looking forward to further strengthening the relationship between the two clubs. Lindsay believes that partnering with the Gold Coast Titans aligns with the club’s responsibility to connect community rugby league to the NRL. The new agreement will contribute to the creation of strong pathways for male and female players and staff in the Northern Rivers and Gold Coast communities, leading directly to the Titans. Additionally, the clubs will collaborate on an additional development resource to support their catchment areas.
The ongoing collaboration between the Gold Coast Titans and Tweed Seagulls highlights both organizations’ commitment to community rugby league. Both clubs are dedicated to achieving their goals through a strong partnership. The extended affiliation ensures that local talent will continue to have opportunities to play in their home region and progress towards professional rugby league careers.