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Titans Coach Justin Holbrook says it’s one thing to show form, but another to keep it going and that is the challenge for the Gold Coast side against the Sharks this weekend.

After strong performances, albeit in losing results against the Panthers and Roosters, the Titans put on a dominant display at Cbus Super Stadium in Round 13 to defeat the North Queensland Cowboys 30 points to 10.

“We’ve been playing well the last few weeks and we’ve got to keep going that way and put in a good performance against the Sharks,” Holbrook said.

The same side is expected to line up again for the Titans, with players pulling up well during the week of training.

“Everyone should be right.

“There are a couple of guys with niggles but that is standard but hopefully we can go in as named against a dangerous Sharks opposition.”

The return of AJ Brimson in the fullback jumped has sparked the Titans attack, but Holbrook says it is about the spine now getting to play a run of games together for them to really gel.

“Ash and Jamal have got a few games under their belt now.

“Corey (Thompson) filled in for us really well at fullback but AJ is probably our best player to be honest with you so to have him back and to have those two halves working with him that’s the strength of every side isn’t it – the spine and how they play.”

The Titans take on the Sharks at 3pm on Saturday with the game to be played at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium in Sydney.