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Marzhew off and running in NRL career

It may have taken him until 24 years of age to make his debut, but Titans winger Greg Marzhew is making the most of his opportunity.

The powerful Marzhew has made a big impact since debuting against the Storm in round 13, with arguably his best performance coming last weekend against the Cowboys.

With a huge 230 run metres and countless powerful carries that had opposition defenders scattering like bowling pins, Marzhew continued to bend the line back and set up the attacking sets for his side.

Highlighting that power, 112 of Marzhew's metres were 'post-contact' showing just how hard he is to bring down.

For comparison, the next best was Tino Fa'asuamaleaui who had 75metres of his own.

Through his first six NRL games Marzhew has averaged 185 run metres per game, putting him sixth in the NRL for average metres.

So it is no wonder with his powerfull running style there are already comparisons to Penrith's Brian To'o.

It isn't just the tough stuff for Marzhew though who has crossed for five tries, five linebreaks and 21 tackle breaks so far.

The Titans 'strongman' is quickly building a reputation amongst the Titans faithful who are lapping up what he has brought to the team.