THE Gold Coast Titans left a mark on Clarence Valley Anglican School students yesterday with clinics, workshops and even an impromptu State of Origin match.

"We sat down with the Year 11 and 12 students and went through our Dream, Believe, Achieve Program which is based on setting goals and setting up plans to achieve them," Titans development manager Darren Robb said.

"Then we were outside with the Year 7s, 8s, 9s and 10s to show that rugby league is fun for boys and girls and the importance of doing physical exercise."

BELIEVE TO ACHIEVE: Gold Coast Titans Under 20s player Anthony Colman talks to Clarence Valley Anglican School students. PHOTO: ADAM HOURIGAN
BELIEVE TO ACHIEVE: Gold Coast Titans Under 20s player Anthony Colman talks to Clarence Valley Anglican School students. PHOTO: ADAM HOURIGAN

Afterwards the annual Year 5/6 touch football match took place, with Titans Under-20s players Daniel Schwass (QLD) and Anthony Colman (NSW) pledging their native allegiances to give its own feeling of State of Origin.

However, the teams themselves were not representative of the two states, much to the mock disappointment of teacher Mrs Huish.

"We wouldn't have enough Queensland fans," she said.



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