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Destiny in control in her first NRLW season

Destiny Brill isn't a big talker, but on field her actions are speaking loudly and making plenty take notice.

The Queensland Origin star excelled in the Titans 26 points to 16 win over the Sydney Roosters in the second round of the NRLW competition.

The 18-year-old managed 6 tackle breaks and 118 running metres along with 25 tackles in her 63 minutes on-field to provide plenty of spark for the Titans side that recorded an historic first ever win.

"I feel very honoured and privileged to be part of this first Titans side and to come away with the result," she said.

Despite playing for her state, Brill is on debut in the NRLW competition and says it's a big test against the game's best players.

"It is a big step up because you are versing a lot of talented women," she said.

"It is quicker, harder and faster."

Match highlights: Roosters v Titans

Brill came off the interchange bench in the Titans first up loss to the Dragons, before starting at lock in the round two win against the Roosters.

She also spent plenty of minutes in the hooker role, rotating with Titans captain Brittany Breayley-Nati.

Despite floating between the positions, she says Coach Jamie Feeney has made it clear on the role he wants her playing.

Brill jokes her job is simple.

"Just take out the girls on the opposite side," she laughs.

The Titans play Parramatta in round three, with two of the competition's new sides to meet for the first time.

Brill expects the Eels to put up a good fight on their home turf.

"I'm expecting plenty of contact," she said.

"You've just got to shut them down and stop what they're good at."

The Titans return home to Cbus Super Stadium for a local derby clash against the Broncos in round four of the competition and Brill says the Gold Coast squad can't wait to play in front of the Legion.

"I'm definitely excited, but nervous," she said.

Brill has never played at Cbus Super Stadium and says it'll be an "awesome" experience to be part of the first ever NRLW game at the venue.

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.