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Prop forward Jarrod Wallace says the Titans are delighted with two weeks at home at Cbus Super Stadium after a tough stretch of away games taking in two trips to Sydney and a full week in Auckland.

The Titans now have back-to-back home games, with Gold Coast to take on the Panthers this Friday night at Cbus Super Stadium before hosting the Newcastle Knights next week on Easter Sunday.

The timing is critical, with the club yet to register a victory in season 2019. Wallace said delivering the goods in front of Titans members and home fans was the team’s priority.

“It’s definitely time to get a win on the board,” Wallace said. “It was a big trip with two visits to Sydney and then going to straight to Auckland, but it’s awesome to be back.

“To be able to sleep in your own bed and spend time with the family is good. We’ve got two weeks at home now, so hopefully we get a win.”

While the club is not yet in “must-win” territory, Wallace knows the Titans need to get a win on the board to ignite their season.

“The last four weeks haven’t been that enjoyable and it’s certainly making it a little bit harder,” Wallace said.

“Last week we had five opportunities that we didn’t capitalise on to score. There are little things that we need to put the polish on.

“There are new combinations and we’re working really hard.

“It’s good to have Ash (Taylor) and Tyrone (Roberts) back as our halves, they’re good at getting us around (the park).

“If we’re not doing our job in the middle then they can’t do theirs out the back.”

The Titans take on the Panthers at Cbus Super Stadium this Friday night.

To celebrate the school holidays, the Titans are offering a fantastic ticket offer at Cbus Super Stadium, with kids admitted free with any full-paying adult on Friday night.

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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.