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The club's latest debutant Alexander Brimson has described his first outing in Titans colours as simply 'unreal' and the lead up had a 'fair bit of excitement' about it.

Brimson made a stellar start to the Intrust Super Cup season for Tweed Heads with multiple 'man of the match' awards leaving Coach Garth Brennan with no option than to give the 19-year-old his first crack at the top level.

"It was unreal," Brimson said of the debut. "Coming in against the Storm with Slater and Smith but the build up was ok.

"There were a few more nerves and there was a fair bit of excitement. It was crazy running out and realising I was finally out there and playing."

As a half in the side, the Centenary Panthers junior has no other option but to direct the side, with all but one older than him, Brimson is growing with confidence each session.

"We had a good session (yesterday) and the boys trained well. I'm getting more confidence now that I'm in the 17.

"I look to direct the boys around and I'm getting a little louder each session. Each one I think I'm getting better. "

And on facing the Knights this week?

"We've had a look at them and whilst there has been a focus on Kalyn Ponga we have looked at vision knowing they've got strike players but we need to look at them all."

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.