The Titans U19 regular season ended in anti-climatic fashion as the Chester Romans unfortunately pulled out of the final game of the season. Following the Titans 40-0 victory over the Romans in July, Chester cited lack of players as the reason for the cancellation. This means the Titans finish with a 5-1 record in 3rd place in the Northern Conference, the Titans only loss coming away at the 2nd place Nottingham Caesars.
Frustratingly for the Titans the schedule did not grant the Titans a return home fixture against the Caesars or any game against the 1st placed East Kilbride Pirates and they will now host the Highland Wildcats on August 20th in the Northern Trophy final at the National Speedway Stadium.
The season has been another successful one for the Titans which sees them ranked #1 Nationally on both Offense and Defense.
Despite failing to score against Nottingham, the Titans offence has been in potent form racking up a massive 191 points including one 50 burger in the other games played giving a PPG of 38.0 putting them 1st.
On Defence they have conceded just 28 points, only conceding points in 2 of the games played giving up a miserly 5.6 PPG.