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Young guns fired up for future success

At 22-years-old, Beau Fermor is one of a key group of young Titans that have their sights set on building the club into an NRL powerhouse.

Players between 20-22 years of age include Fermor (22), Toby Sexton (20), Jayden Campbell (21), Tanah Boyd (21) and Origin representatives Moeaki Fotuaika (21), David Fifita (21), Tino Fa'asuamaleaui (21) and AJ Brimson (22).

Speaking with Peter Psaltis on Wide World of Sports radio, Fermor says the core group of young players are determined to bring success to the Coast.

"We all get along really well which is a bonus and lots of us have just extended out time at the club because we can see where we are building," Fermor said.

"If we can keep this group of players together for a long period of time then we will just learn to play together better.

"I think the main thing is that we are good mates off the field and we spend a lot of time together which is really good."

Toby Sexton is the latest of the group to make his NRL debut and while the halfback impressed in his first start, Fermor says he performed exactly as his team-mates expected.

"He has been carving us up at training for the last two years so it wasn't a surprise to any of us at the club," Fermor said.

"I'm really good mates with Toby and to see him get his opportunity and to play so well, you love seeing your mates do well and hopefully we can see plenty more of that from him this weekend."

Fermor moved into the starting second row against the Dragons, while this week has been named to come off the interchange bench for the Titans round 20 match against the Bulldogs.

"I'm loving my footy and I feel like I'm improving every week under Justin's coaching," he said.

"At the moment I'm just happy to play wherever the team needs me but backrow is definitely my preferred position.

"We had a really good performance against the Dragons on the weekend and we need to make sure we're building from that this week against the Dogs."