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Clark fired up to upset Broncos in return

Beebs is back... and no, not Justin Bieber.

Brianna Clark has been brimming with excitement all week at Titans training, as the powerhouse forward prepares to return to wreak havoc against top of the table rivals Brisbane in this weekend's local derby at Cbus Super Stadium.

Missing in action the last fortnight due to a back injury, the wrecking ball will be a welcomed addition to Jamie Feeney's side, who are primed for the must-win clash at home.

"I fractured my back in the first round. Basically it’s been pain management and rest, so I’ve had a quiet couple of weeks, just doing all the right things," Clark said.

"Lots of recovery really and nursing my back. I’ve also just been trying to support the girls and get around them at training and stuff like that."

Sitting on the sidelines has been tough for the 26-year-old, but she has enjoyed seeing the next generation of talent coming through in the forward pack, with the likes of April Ngatupuna and Laikha Clarke debuting in the games she missed,

"It’s good to see the young ones coming through and get their opportunity to shine. Like April was outstanding, along with the other middles," Clark said.

"I’ve been confident with the team, so I’ve just got to come back in and back them up too and make sure I do a good job."

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The proud Maroon can't wait to play her first NRLW game in Queensland, up against the ladder leading Broncos, who have started the season undefeated. Although, Clark feels an upset is on the cards, particularly if a big crowd is at Cbus Super Stadium to cheer them home.  

"It’s always good to be at home and have that advantage at home," Clark said.

"Hopefully we get a good crowd behind us and we’ll stick it to them. We want to match the energy and get the win.

"We’re always here for the upset and I think we’ve got the team to do it.

"The Dragons really stuck it to them last week and got really physical, so if we can complete sets and stick to our game plan with no errors, we’ll be fine."

With $20 from every ticket going towards flood relief programs and the club hosting its first NRLW / NRL double header, there is plenty of reasons to get down this Saturday and support the Titans at Cbus Super Stadium.

"I’m really proud of the Titans for the flood relief. It’s an awesome initiative and it’s really cool," Clark said.

"Be sure to get around it and hopefully we can sell a lot of tickets. It’s always good to have the crowd cheering and we’d love you to get behind us because we need it."

Be there at Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday, March 19 for the Gold Coast Titans' first home game of the year. A double header with the NRL and NRLW Titans in action. $20 from every ticket goes directly to the club's flood recovery initiative.

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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.