Titans 12 Broncos 8
Titanic victory: Anthony Don of the Gold Coast. Photo: Getty Images
Gold Coast were the first competition leaders in 60 years to have a negative points differential. The script said they weren’t destined to stay there long.
And things were going to script for most of last night’s southern Queensland derby, in front of 20,524 fans, many of who had stayed away from Robina since the club’s property division went bust two years ago.
Then a bomb was launched into the night sky, Broncos fullback Ben Barba was baulked by the posts and let it bounce before attempting to retrieve it, and Titans five-eighth Aiden Sezer stole it from him to score the winning try.
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