You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content
Flick pass Fermor keen to keep form going against Souths

With one of the best passes seen in 2021, you'd forgive Beau Fermor for dining out on the highlight for a few days.

Fermor with a pass you have to see to believe

Asked about the flick pass that put Brian Kelly in for a try, Fermor quickly down played the attention and spoke about his focus on Saturday's game against the Rabbitohs.

But he did give a little bit away when asked by media to explain how he pulled the move off.

"It was really good for that to work and to be able to pull it off," he said.

"I practice, obviously not like that, but I always practice palming and offloading that way.

"If you can hear in the video, I just heard Brian (Kelly) calling the ball.

"Instinct took over, I didn't really think about it ... I just heard Brian calling it and I felt my arm free and I let it go."

Fermor has started in the second row for the last three games, with David Fifita making an impact from the interchange bench.

Fermor says it's something that has been working and while Fifita has remained a threat, it is a move that has given the Dalby junior extra confidence.

"Obviously Dave is doing a really, really good job off the bench," Fermor said.

"I'm loving the starting role and that is where I want to be and I'm just focussing on getting better each week.

"I've been doing a lot of video with Justin (Holbrook) and the two Jimmy's (Dymock and Lenihan) and I'll keep working on my game because there are areas I can improve.

"It has been good to contribute in that starting role in the last few wins that we've had and I'm enjoying it.

"It's a confidence booster for me that Justin trusts me, or I don't know what the word is, maybe he has the faith in me to start and do a job for eighty minutes for him.

"It fills me with confidence to back my ability and to play the way I like to play footy for the 80 minutes."

Fermor gets his turn to score

The Titans will be looking for four-straight wins when they play the Rabbitohs at Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday.

With just four games remaining in the regular season, Fermor says the group knows how important each game will be in deciding the makeup of the finals.

After a strong individual performance in his last start, he says he isn't expecting any extra attention from South Sydney.

"We've got plenty of threats across the park so I'm sure they won't just be focussing on what I'm doing.

"The beauty in how we've been playing across the last month or so is that we are all doing our role and we are all combining together well which is enabling myself and other players to play to their best ability."