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Erin Clark and Jaimin Jolliffe are fast forming a nice little combination.

Both have provided great energy and impact off the interchange bench in the opening three round for the Titans, with both crossing for their first NRL try in the Club's round two win over the Broncos.

It was Clark who hit Jolliffe with a short ball to set up that try and one week later, again it was Clark who put the front rower into space against the Cowboys in a passage of play that eventually led to AJ Brimson scoring.

"Funny story," Jolliffe laughs when asked why the two have formed such a good on-field connection.

"I actually had a spare pair of AirPods that I gave to him and since then he's given me a try and put me through a hole.

"He's (Clark) been terrific and he had a great pre-season.

"I'm always talking to him, he's very dangerous around the middle and you don't have to do a whole lot you just push into holes and he can get out and draw people in.

"He's been terrific and if we can feed off that we will go a long way this year."

After making his NRL debut in 2020, Jolliffe has quickly established himself as an integral part of Justin Holbrook's team.

Starting at prop for the majority of last season, the 24-year-old says he doesn't mind at all that his role has moved to the interchange bench in 2021.

 "I'm loving my role at the moment," he said.

"The boys have been starting really well and when we come on just before the half it is a short stint so you've really got to bring the energy.

"After the half as well when the tempo starts to drop you need to pick it up and I think we've been doing it pretty well between myself, (Sam) Lisone and Moey (Fotuaika) on the weekend I think he probably had his best game of the season.

"The changes (to the rules) have really played into Moey's hands.

"He is a fit, strong guy and he has got really good leg speed and footwork and when he gets on the field and there are a few tired middles he can expose them.

"He will really make a difference in games and I don't know if this will be his role every week ... but on the weekend I think he was probably our best middle."

Jolliffe says the entire Titans pack is looking forward to the challenge that the Canberra Raiders present in round four, headlined by Origin star Josh Papalii.

"He's (Papalii) got a really strong carry and I think you've just got to get up on him quick and lock up the off-load.

"As the game speeds up there will be times that he will be coming off the back fence and he's going to be a handful.

"We'll do our video on him and see what he has been doing and we'll do our best to handle him.

"It's not just him as well, they've got a great forward pack and great interchange and we've got Ryan James to deal with as well and he'll be tough playing against his old Club."

The Titans host the Raiders at home at Cbus Super Stadium in round four with tickets for the Saturday blockbuster still available.