Gold Coast Titans half Kane Elgey has defied his team's lowly finish on the ladder to be named the Holden Cup Under-20s Player of the Year for 2014.
Neil Henry recruits his former assistant at the Cowboys, Terry Matterson, to resurrect the fortunes of the Titans.
Paul Broughton praises the move north as the Titans say goodbye to the Centre of Excellence for good.
Tireless hooker Beau Falloon completes a memorable season by receiving the Paul Broughton Medal as Gold Coast's best and fairest for 2014.
The Titans have announced plans to develop a new headquarters in a huge sporting precinct at Coomera, confirming their long term future on the Gold Coast.
The Titans' injury crisis worsened on Sunday to the point where they could no longer field a team if they had to.
The euphoria of a stunning Round 26 win should not gloss over a season when Gold Coast got in plenty of games but lacked the polish to finish them off.
Gold Coast's dramatic golden-point win over the Bulldogs a fitting way for Mark Minichiello to say goodbye to the NRL.
The Titans have come back from 18-0 down at half time to stun the finals-bound Bulldogs 19-18 with a field goal in golden point extra time.
Titans players will be out to avenge some recent poor losses and impress newly-signed coach Neil Henry as they look to dent the Bulldogs' finals hopes.