Gold Coast coach Garth Brennan is urging his side to bring the stellar performance that saw them beat the Warriors every week.
The Titans drubbed the Kiwis 20-8 in front of a 15,000 strong crowd at CBus Super Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Gold Coast’s inconsistency has marred their season and left them stranded in 12th place.
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Coach Brennan urged his young side to not get comfortable and expects this type of effort each week.
“There’s a massive upside for the Titans,” he said.
“We’ve had some heartbreaking times this year and we’ve had some performances that haven’t been where they need to be but I know we’re heading in the right direction.”
“It’s important we don’t get too excited about it.”
The win is the first time the Gold Coast beat the Warriors in seven years and was largely due to the Titans young contingent.
Philip Sami provided flashes of brilliance for the home side, while the young halves pairing of Ash Taylor and AJ Brimson steered the side around the park.
They’ll be looking for back-to-back wins when they take on the Eels next round.
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