GOLD COAST — It was a big night for the Gold Coast on Saturday night.

    The Gold Coast Titans had a tough game against the Melbourne Storm in Melbourne, but a night to remember for their star players, including Jake Lloyd.

    The Titans had to wait nearly four quarters before a score on their next try, and their opening try came in the third minute of the second half.

    Jake Lloyd scored to put the Titans ahead in the 19th minute.

    They then took the lead when Jack Reed’s run through the middle was converted by Lloyd, who kicked the winning try.

    Lloyd’s first score of the year came after the Storm scored a try for the second time this season.

    It was Lloyd’s second try of the season.

    The Gold Coast also had another big night in the tackle area.

    Jake Latham won the tackle of the night award with a tackle on Tyrone Phillips in the second quarter.

    Phillips was also named the game’s most outstanding player with his outstanding effort.

    The game was a good one for the Titans, who won a game they had trailed by just six points.

    They finished with 23 points.

    The Storm dominated the game and dominated the contest, but it was the Gold and Blues that were the ones to take the early lead in the first half.

    The Storm’s first try came two minutes into the second period when Jack Randle went for a try with his right foot.

    The try came after Jack Reed had been tackled by Michael Ennis and Randle had turned to his right.

    The ball fell in his path and Reed kicked it back to him.

    The storm scored another try three minutes into quarter time after Josh Dugan went for an effort with his left foot and the ball fell to him, who had a clear path to goal.

    He kicked it over the try line to make it 12-6 to the Titans.

    The Broncos also had a good start, but they were unable to get their first points in the opening half.

    In the opening minutes of the first quarter, the Storm got their first try when Anthony Tupou went for the try with the inside of his right boot.

    The try was awarded to the Storm.

    In the second and third quarters, the Titans started to pick up points and their lead grew to seven points.

    In their last quarter, it was a 10-7 lead.

    The Titans then had their second try in the dying seconds of the third quarter.

    Jack Randle scored his third try of his career and was named the outstanding player.

    The score was 13-7 to the Broncos.

    The last two tries of the Titans have been scored by Luke Keary.

    The final score was 14-12 to the Tigers.