Gold Coast Titans vs Melbourne Storm, nobody at dummy half, Jayden Campbell, Josh Addo-Carr strive, video

With their season on the road, the Titans got here up with an absolute howler of a mistake at hand the Storm a strive on a silver platter.

Gold Coast began Thursday’s recreation properly and even led the defending premiers by two at half time.

Melbourne scored six minutes into the second half to grab an 18-16 lead after which 10 minutes later prolonged that lead off the again of a rookie error from Justin Holbrook’s males.

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Titans’ rookie fullback Jayden Campbell had simply carried out a terrific job to gather a Harry Grant grubber kick however all that work was undone when nobody was at dummy half to obtain Campbell’s play the ball.

Patrick Herbert realised on the final second and ran in, but it surely was too little, too late as a result of Melbourne’s Kenny Bromwich had already dived on the ball.

“Oh goodness… Poor outdated Justin Holbrook,” Fox League commentator Andrew Voss mentioned.

“He’s simply pressed the ejector button out of the coaches field. He can’t imagine what his crew has simply carried out.

“How are you going to give Melbourne that chance 15 (metres) from your personal line?”

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Voss was spot on because as expected, the Storm took advantage of the gift and Josh Addo-Carr scored on the third tackle.

“Melbourne extend their lead and make the Titans pay for possibly the most embarrassing play of the night,” Voss said.

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Fox League analyst Greg Aexlander mentioned the play mainly summed up a “poor” interval from the Titans.

“It was a 3 or 4 minute interval there the place they allowed the Melbourne Storm out of their very own half with poor marker work,” he mentioned.

“Harry Grant ran 50 metres, the Storm then make them play the ball close to their very own line, they get a poor kick away. It’s a really poor set. After which they make the error… after defending their line, they make the error.”

The error was completely not what the Titans wanted contemplating their finals dream is hanging by a thread.

The Storm went on to win the sport 34-20.

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