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New recruit Jai Arrow has settled in well to his new surroundings and can’t fault the approach and application everyone at the club has put into the pre-season.

Arrow signed with the club mid last year and is loving being back on the Gold Coast where he spent all of his junior footballing days.

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Coming from a Broncos set-up that is known for its professionalism, Arrow admits he was nervous about his first few days at Parkwood.

“It was very daunting coming down here,” Arrow said. “I didn’t know many people but I’ve honestly loved every minute of it and am enjoying getting to know everyone.

“The best thing is that I can’t fault the coaching staff and the effort they are putting in.”

During his ‘Get to Know’ segment on Titans TV, the Burleigh junior mentioned that the worst thing about pre-season is the sore body but he has been impressed with the group and also the structure of each session.

“It’s been gruelling but it’s something that we need to do. We need to push our body to the limits.

“The coaches have done that and I can’t fault them. They’ve been great, managing the load and if our body is sore they’ve lightened it down and we’ve done some extra recovery.”

Rugby league is less than three weeks away and Arrow will be in the thick of it when the Titans take on his former side, in the Broncos, in Toowoomba on February 17.

“I’m really looking forward to it to be honest. I’m guessing some of the boys up there will want to take my head off. I’m sure a few of them will message and heckle me beforehand.”

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