In 2008, Jordan Rapana became Gold Coast Titan #39.
13 years later, his sister, Tazmin Gray will have a Titan number of her own.
One of the Club's inaugural NRLW marquee signings, Gray says her family's connection with the Titans made it the club that she wanted to play for.
"I wanted to be a Titan because my brother was a Titan," Gray said.
"Growing up he was probably my biggest inspiration in footy and he was the brother that carried me around, he was the brother that protected me and he was a Titan and he debuted here.
"For me, I never thought there would be an opportunity for me to play for the Titans but now that it is here and I'm at home and I grew up here, my family is from here so it'll be a really proud moment for me and my family."
Gray is a genuine star of the women's game.
Named player of the match in the 2021 Women's Origin Game, the Queenslander is determined to bring success to the Gold Coast.
"To be able to bring a trophy back to the Gold Coast would bring so much more to our community," Gray said.
"(It's about) empowering younger girls to know that there is success on the Gold Coast and that we have what it takes.
"It's taken us this long to get to where we are so to know that we, as as women's team here on the Gold Coast, have the opportunity to bring that trophy home and I know we have the talent and the coaching staff to get us over the line, so the day we bring that trophy home after the grand final will be a proud moment.
"(It's) not only because we are able to bring some success to the club but to bring some success to the community of the Gold Coast as a whole."