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Vocal Cbus fortress the catalyst behind Peters' derby double

Jasmine Peters still gets goosebumps thinking about Saturday's epic Queensland derby, with her two-try haul going a long way in helping the Titans overcome the Broncos in a clash for the ages.

The 19-year-old North Queensland product was sensational at right centre, adding another two four-pointers to her season tally in the 28-26 victory, helping inflict Brisbane's first loss of the competition this year.

In only her fourth NRLW appearance, the young outside back can't put into words the roar and atmosphere of seeing a sea of blue and yellow when she ran out onto Cbus Super Stadium for the first time in the side's maiden match at home.

Peters puts the Titans back in front

"I guess nothing can describe how it feels to play on home turf. Just to play for the community, play for yourselves and for the club," Peters said.

"For the fans, it was a nail-biter, but for us, it was definitely a very close game as well.

"I think the passion and just being on our home ground and having the crowd there is what helped us in the end."

The local derby was arguably the biggest game of the youngster's career, given the occasion and the need for the two points to stay alive in the finals race, but was kept composed by experienced flyer Karina Brown who she plays inside of.

"She's definitely motivating and she lifts me up during the game," Peters said.

"Just having someone who has experience outside of me and she tells me pretty much where I need to be, what I need to do and how to get in there.

"It's amazing to have so much insight on my side of the field."

Peters locks it up late

In the final game of the regular season - a clash the Titans must win to ensure they play semi-finals footy next weekend, Peters is expecting Newcastle to throw everything they've got into the contest to try and get a result in their last match of the season.

"It's another must win, so hopefully we finish number one again this weekend," Peters said.

"I'm expecting big things from them given this is their last game of the season.

"It's definitely not an easy game. I think we should just go out there and play it as if we're making the finals again."

She'll also face off against a number of North Queensland Gold Stars teammates, although the Titans star said the friendship ends when she takes to the field.

"They're the opposition... it's not until after the after the game that we're friends again," Peters said.

"We might be North Queensland mates, but on the field, we're not mates."

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.