Between them, there is a combined 521 games of NRL experience.
Both are New Zealand representatives.
Both are Club captains.
They may be older, but their experience is vital for their young squads.
Kevin Proctor and Alex Glenn will both have a big role to play on Friday night when they lead their respective sides onto Cbus Super Stadium.
Glenn, who turns 33 this year and Proctor who is 32 both know the importance of a strong start to a season, and will be looking to lead from the front as Titans and Broncos come head to head in the Macca's Local Derby.
Proctor returned to some of the best form of his career in 2020.
Entering his 14th season of NRL football (and his fifth season at the Titans), Proctor has new faces alongside him, with David Fifita and Tino Fa’asuamaleaui joining him in the back-row.
Add Moeaki Fotuaika and Jarrod Wallace and you’ve got a Titans pack with representative experience, while Jaimin Jolliffe, Sam Lisone, Herman Ese’Ese, Sam McIntyre and Jai Whitbread give the Club depth through the middle.
In the Titans first game of 2021, Proctor made 33 tackles and ran for 114 metres.
Alex Glenn’s career has in some ways been parallel to Proctor’s.
Glenn enters his 13th NRL season in 2021, with the Broncos stalwart continuing to be one of Brisbane’s most influential players.
In last week’s loss to Parramatta, Glenn made 42 tackles and ran for 119 metres.
They might be among the oldest players in their respective teams, but you could argue there are no more important than the two veteran captains.
Keep an eye on both as they lead their teams around the park for the Maccas Local Derby between the Titans and the Broncos at Cbus Super Stadium.