The Titans season just keeps getting better. The rugby league player Anthony Laffranchi was charged this morning with the alleged sexual assault of a woman at a former teammate's unit last year. The Gold Coast Titans forward, who was a member of the Wests Tigers last year when the alleged incident occurred, was arrested at Burwood Police Station shortly before 9am and was granted conditional police bail to appear at Burwood Local Court on March 27. Laffranchi, 26, was celebrating an end of season party with Tigers teammates in Kings Cross when a 26-year-old woman met the group. She accompanied them to the unit of Tigers prop Ryan O'Hara in Five Dock. Police will allege that during the night Laffranchi sexually assaulted the woman, who went to police at 10.40am on Monday, September 4 claiming she may have been violated. Strike Force Saro, comprising detectives from the Child Protection and Sex Crimes Squad and South West Metropolitan Region, was established last September to investigate the alleged assault and detectives from the squad charged the NRL star - who flew to Sydney from his Gold Coast home last weekend - with sexual assault without consent.