It's the big men that are the iron men for the Titans in 2021, with two front rowers the men who played every game this season.
Jarrod Wallace and Jaimin Jolliffe both had strong seasons and their durability saw them feature across all 25 games for the Titans.
In his fifth season on the Gold Coast, Wallace had arguably his best season as a Titan.
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The 30-year-old reached 100 Titans games in 2021 and scored the most tries (6) of any season in his career to date.
Wallace averaged 103 running metres per game, with his 35 off-loads across the season the most he's recorded in his career.
He averaged 44 minutes per game and 23 tackles per game across 2021.
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In his second season in the NRL, Jolliffe again showed his importance to the Titans go-forward, adding 25 games to the 16 he played in his debut season.
Providing spark off the interchange bench in all but three games, Jolliffe also scored his maiden NRL try when he crossed against the Broncos in round two.
The 24-year-old averaged 102 running metres per game and had 20 tackle breaks across the season.
He averaged 34 minutes per game, 30 post contact metres per game and 22 tackles per game.
Jolliffe's strong form was rewarded with a contract extension that will see him remain at the Titans until the end of the 2024 season.
The two props showed their fitness and versatility in 2021 and will again be important cogs in the Titans go-forward into 2022.
Both Jolliffe and Wallace will begin pre-season training in November.