During his career, more often than not Tyrone Peachey has been called upon to make an impact.
One of the game’s most versatile players, Peachey has played as a centre, second-rower, lock, hooker, five-eighth and fullback.
This week against the North Queensland Cowboys, he celebrates his 150th game – a milestone that he says means a great deal.
“When I was younger all I wanted to do was get one game,” Peachey said.
“To get 150, I’m pretty happy with that and I’m still pretty young so hopefully I get a fair few more games in.”
After debuting with the Cronulla Sharks in 2013, Peachey played 109 games at the Penrith Panthers between 2014-18 before linking with the Gold Coast.
This week, Peachey will be aiming to help the Titans to a win which could potentially see the side end the round as the highest ranked Queensland team.
However, when it was suggested that the Titans are in better form then their northern rivals heading into this weeks Queensland derby, Peachey bluntly suggested that close enough is not good enough.
“We haven’t won in three weeks, so we aren’t going that well.”
His desire for the team to not just improve, but win games is evident and he says the Titans are eyeing revenge against a Cowboys team that beat the Gold Coast 36-6 in Round 3.
“They beat us at the start of the year, so we definitely have to get one back on them.
“They’re getting a few troops back in Morgan and a couple of others so they will be excited and ready to go.
“They’ve been struggling over the last couple of weeks and we haven’t won too many games so it is going to be two desperate teams out there trying to get the win and hopefully we can come away with it.”
Peachey will again come off the bench for the clash, named in jersey #16.
GAME DAY INFORMATION
Sunday 9 August
Location: Cbus Super Stadium
Gates Open - 12.30pm
NRL kick Off - 2pm