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Rookie Review: Greg Marzhew

To say Greg Marzhew burst onto the NRL scene in 2021 is an understatement.

The 24-year-old made his long awaited debut in round 13 against the Melbourne Storm, going on to play eight games in his debut season.

After starring for Burleigh Bears over the first six rounds of the Intrust Super Cup competition, Marzhew received a call-up on the wing for the Titans clash with Melbourne on the Sunshine Coast.

After a strong junior career and performances in the lower grades, Marzhew has long been regarded as one of the most exciting outside back prospects in the game.

On debut he showed his skill, scoring a try and notching over 150 run metres.

His strong carries, especially out of his own half, saw comparisons with Penrith's Brian To'o.

Marzhew's form saw him rewarded with a contract extension that will see him remain at the Titans for another two seasons.

"It's been great being able to finally get the platform and show what I can do," Marzhew said.

The winger finished with eight NRL games to his name at the end of season 2021, scoring six tries.  He averaged a whopping 185 run metres per game, while also collecting 27 tackle breaks and 7 line breaks.

Marzhew will return to the Burleigh Bears side for their Intrust Super Cup finals campaign as he looks to further develop his game before the 2022 pre-season begins.

One of the strongest players in the Titans squad, Marzhew took his fitness to new heights over the past season as well.  

After an impressive debut season, Marzhew will continue to learn his craft under Titans Coach Justin Holbrook during the pre-season and will have an important role to play in the Titans 2022 finals hopes.