Myles fears wooden spoon fate

Townsville Bulletin - - SPORT -

GOLD Coast skip­per Nate Myles has de­manded the se­nior play­ers at the Ti­tans lift their stan­dards and res­cue an NRL sea­son in se­ri­ous dan­ger of free- fall to­ward a sec­ond wooden spoon in five years.

Six losses in their past eight games have left the Ti­tans in 14th place and a loss to the Knights at New­cas­tle’s Hunter Sta­dium to­day could see the Gold Coast drop to last by the end of the round if the Wests Tigers up­set Bris­bane to­mor­row af­ter­noon.

Myles ( right) took aim at the se­nior play­ers in the team, him­self in­cluded, for their meek show­ing in the 38- 6 Round 18 de­feat against Manly at Robina on Mon­day night and said such a per­for­mance was not ac­cept­able as the Ti­tans fight to save their sea­son.

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