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Second generation Titan among new faces to take on Storm

The Gold Coast Titans will welcome some new faces into their line-up to take on the Melbourne Storm on Saturday, with two exciting prospects to make their Club debuts.

Jayden Campbell will make both his NRL and Titans debut when he starts at fullback for the clash on the Sunshine Coast.

The 21-year-old who has graduated from the Titans Junior System and development squads and has impressed in 2021 with strong form for the Tweed Seagulls in the Intrust Super Cup.

Campbell's father is Gold Coast legend and former Dally M Medallist Preston Campbell, making the pair the first father-son duo in the Titans history. 

Joe Vuna has also been named for his first start in Titans colours, another player rewarded for strong form in the Intrust Super Cup.

Vuna has progressed from a train and trial contract and will play his first NRL game since 2018.

The back-rower played four games for the NZ Warriors, before spending the last two years on a Mormon mission.

"Building Titans" - featuring Jayden Campbell and Joe Vuna

Ash Taylor returns to the side at five-eighth, while Tyrone Peachey is another welcome inclusion after missing the last two games through suspension.

Jai Whitbread will also play his first game for 2021 after being named on the bench.

Melbourne Storm v Gold Coast Titans

Sunshine Coast Stadium, Saturday 5th June, 7:35pm

1 Jayden Campbell
2 Anthony Don
3 Brian Kelly
4 Patrick Herbert
5 Phillip Sami
6 Ashley Taylor
7 Jamal Fogarty (c)
8 Jarrod Wallace
9 Mitch Rein
10 Jaimin Jolliffe
11 Kevin Proctor (c)
12 Sam Stone
13 Sam McIntyre
14 Tyrone Peachey
15 Erin Clark
16 Jai Whitbread
17 Joseph Vuna
18 Tanah Boyd
19 Esan Marsters
20 Greg Marzhew
21 Darius Farmer
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.