The Titans headed to Brisbane with million-dollar halfback Ash Taylor taken due to personal issues, partisan Tyrone Peachey reportedly seeking a pierce behind to Penrith and manager Garth Brennan confronting conjecture over his evident future.
In reply, they belted an undermanned Brisbane choice on Sunday afternoon in front of 30,048 fans during Suncorp Stadium.
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Centre Brian Kelly nabbed a double for a visitors while captain Tyrone Roberts was sensational, scoring 14 points including a solo try in a initial half.
The Titans done light of their loser standing by charging to a 12-0 lead early in a half, including a special bid byRoberts where he dummied past Broncos’ NSW Origin deputy Payne Haas and left Darius Boyd on his knees before scoring. “Feeble defending,” a Fox commentator said.
Turpin replied for a Broncos shortly after he’d won possession with a large strike on Keegan Hipgrave, though a try in a finalminute of a half to Anthony Don gave a Titans an 18-6 lead during a break.
A span of chastisement goals and Kelly’s second try extended that lead to 26-6 before late four-pointers to Kotoni Staggs and Anthony Milford combined some shimmer to a scoreline for a home team.
The Titans face a brief turnaround before hosting a Warriors on Friday during Cbus Super Stadium while a Broncos are awayon Saturday opposite Parramatta.
Impressive youngster Jake Turpin scored a Broncos’ usually try of a initial half as Brisbane — personification but State of Origin member Joe Ofahengaue, Corey Oates or Matt Gillett — slumped to only their seconddefeat in their past 6 matches.
Coach Anthony Seibold is also confronting a headache in his halves with immature No. 7 Tom Dearden injuring his ankle in a openingfive mins of a match. Dearden unsuccessful to lapse and would bear scans on Monday to establish a border of his injury.