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The Titans took bragging rights in the battle of south east Queensland in round 18 and also walked away with the Drinkwise Try of the Week for a 90-metre classic finished off by Young Tonumaipea.

Ash Taylor, Jai Arrow, Anthony Don and Corey Thompson all played their part in setting up Tonumaipea as the Titans were rewarded for having a crack from deep in their own territory.

The tries by Tiger Luke Brooks, Sea Eagle Curtis Sironen and Rooster James Tedesco were also of the highest quality and featured great skill by hand and boot but it was Tonumaipea and the Titans who most impressed the voters.

What is the Drinkwise Try of the Week?

With such a banquet of rugby league action on offer every single week, it’s only fitting that fans should get to have a say on who they think delivers when it comes to try scoring feats, across the 2020 season.

The Drinkwise Try of the Week has the experts at scouring the footage from each game of the round to offer up four nominations for you, the fans, to vote on.

Get Caught Up: Round 18

What do you value more - length of the field runs or acrobatic wingers evading defenders whilst seemingly suspended in mid-air?

Is a try from the spectacular catch of a bomb better than that of an epic left foot step? Don’t keep those thoughts to yourself. Now is your chance to make your opinion known.

At the conclusion of the round the winning nomination will be named the Drinkwise Try of the Week and the results of the week’s vote will be published on on Tuesday afternoon.

At the end of the season, the experts will cast their eyes over the winning try from each round and, through careful analysis, will declare one to be the Drinkwise Try of the Year for season 2020.

The winner will be presented with the Drinkwise Try of the Year award at the 2020 Dally Ms where they will receive the official trophy, but more importantly, the acknowledgment from the fans.

If you’d like to have a look at the winners from previous weeks, click here.

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