In the 89th minute, winger Jamaica gave Isaco Gold Coast their third win of the season by defeating Titans St. George Elwara 20-16 at Suncorp Stadium.
In the driving rain, both teams failed to land a goal on the field during Golden Point, but with just two minutes left on the clock it was a dragon error that allowed the Titans to steal the win.
A Toby Sexton field goal attempt was charged by his reverse number, Ben Hunt, and he lost control while trying to clear the loose ball just meters away from the Dragons five-eighth Talatou Ammon his tri-line, gifting the Titans a scrum feed. Center field.
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Going right, Jaden Campbell avoided Hunt’s tackle to create an overlap, before finding AJ Brimson and finally Isaaco, who scored the winning goal in the corner despite the attention of two Dragon defenders.
Titans coach Justin Holbrooke said, “Everything (now) means.
“We all know we’re going through five defeats and I thought the game was really good in a difficult situation.
“I don’t think it was a low game. I thought we were looking more dangerous, but you never know.
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“That’s exactly what we needed to finally try to reach Golden Point.”
Josh McGuire’s Milestone 250th NRL match ended in disappointment, sinning for a professional foul in the first half, and then picking up a groin injury that led to his early night.
Dragons coach Anthony Griffin was frustrated by his side’s inability to keep the Titans away.
“We dominated the game in the second half, but we found a way to invite them back,” Griffin said.
“You can hit with a fingernail in the 90th minute, it’s hard to swallow.”
“As a club we have a lot of lessons for all of us, to make sure we can close them when we get to that point.
“To do a lot in a game and get close to winning, we have to learn how to finish it.”
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