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Titans on a roll with third straight victory after crushing the Panthers

nrl-jamal-idrisGold Coast coach John Cartwright claims the Titans are still hunters rather than the hunted despite surging to a third straight win - the latest a 28-10 road victory over Penrith - to consolidate an NRL top four standing.

While Panthers coach Ivan Cleary was left lamenting yet another obstruction controversy which denied his side a fourth minute lead - the Titans are flying high trailing only...

 

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