TITANIC TON: Douglas notches 100 matches for Gold Coast
LOWER Clarence Magpies and Yamba Eagles junior Luke Douglas played his 100th game for the Gold Coast Titans at the weekend in their 21-20 golden point loss to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
The Titans centurion joined the side in 2012 after playing a formidable 146-consecutive games for the Cronulla Sharks.
Douglas holds the record for the most consecutive NRL appearances with the second rower not missing a weekend contest from his debut in 2006 until August 2014.
Douglas was the worthy recipient of the Ken Stephens Medal for community engagement last year and The Daily Examiner wishes him a big congratulations on reaching the century milestone in Gold Coast colours.