Titans’ centre Joseph Tomane had a training run with Camp Quality fans at Pacific Bay.
Titans’ centre Joseph Tomane had a training run with Camp Quality fans at Pacific Bay. TREVOR VEALE

Quality training session

GETTING goal-kicking tips from one of the most accurate boots in the NRL was a highlight for a group of children from Camp Quality yesterday.

Gold Coast centre Joseph Tomane had no hesitation in giving a group of children a quick session with the goal-kicking tee after the Titans completed a training session at Novotel Pacific Bay Resort.

Proof that all of the Titans were keen to get involved with Camp Quality was evident when Michael Henderson joined Tomane.

The big prop has probably never kicked for goal in his life but he was more than happy to roll up his sleeves for a good cause.

Camp Quality program co-ordinator Tim Chapman said the training session with the NRL club, followed by lunch at the resort, was a tremendous fillip for the children and their families.

“This is fantastic for everyone,” Chapman said. “It’s a real distraction from whatever routine the kids have at the moment or what the families are going through at this stage.”

The Titans are still in Coffs Harbour after defeating South Sydney in an NRL trial match at BCU International Stadium on Saturday night.

Today Titans players will be spread far and wide across the Coffs Coast at school visits around the region.

The highlight of this initiative will be when winger Kevin Gordon returns to his old school, Jetty High, this morning.



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