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Team-mates turned rivals for month of Intrust Super Cup finals

Titans halves Toby Sexton and Tanah Boyd are hoping that they've got at least four more weeks of football to play in 2021.

The team-mates will become rivals as they return to lead Titans affiliates Tweed Seagulls and Burleigh Bears to the Intrust Super Cup Grand Final.

Sexton, who made both his Intrust Super Cup and NRL debut in 2021, says he's excited for the opportunity to play finals football.

"It's a really exciting opportunity for us," Sexton said.

"I think they (Seagulls) have faced a lot of adversity and to finish fourth is a massive reward for us.

The fourth placed Seagulls will play the top of the table Norths Devils in week one of the finals, with the winner to move one win away from the grand final.

"We get two bites of the cherry but it is definitely going to be a good game," Sexton said.

"We lost to them at the start of the year and they are a pretty quality side but we are pretty confident that we can test anyone.

After a long season and time in the NRL's bubble, Sexton said the Titans coaching staff convinced him that the experience of finals football with Tweed will be great for his continued development.

"After hearing what the coaches and Justin (Holbrook) have told me I think it is a good opportunity," Sexton said.

"Finals footy, there's not a bigger arena than that and I think it is going to be a good opportunity for me to test myself against the best players in Q-Cup and get that experience heading into next year.

"I think I've build a good relationship with the boys at Tweed this year and it is an easy transition to go back there."

The game will kick off at 3:05pm on Sunday at Bishop Park.

Two hours earlier at BMD Kougari Oval, Boyd will be lining up for Burleigh as they take on Wynnum Manly.

The Bears also have the double chance after finishing third on the Intrust Super Cup ladder and can also move one win away from the grand final with victory on Sunday.

Boyd says his job will be simple as he slots back into the Burleigh jersey.

"I just want to go back and bring energy for the team and bring what I've been doing here at the Titans and hopefully add some value for them and lead them to a premiership," he said.

"It's been a while since I've played footy, so I'm definitely excited.

"They are a great bunch of boys at the Bears and I love playing with them."

Titans second-row Joe Vuna will also line up for Tweed Seagulls, while departing Titans Darius Farmer (Tweed) and Jonus Pearson (Burleigh) will also feature in the first week of the Intrust Super Cup finals series.

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