While the result against the Cowboys didn't go the way of the Titans, there were plenty of positives from the game of Erin Clark.
Starting at hooker for all of the Titans fixtures in 2022 so far, Clark last night had to opportunity to play time through the middle at lock.
With captain Tino Fa'asuamaleaui missing and Isaac Liu having a break on the bench, coach Justin Holbrook was able to use Clark in the #13 role.
The 24-year-old shone and produced arguably his best game of the season to date.
In a 70 minute performance, Clark's work-rate was on show, notching 117 run metres and 38 tackles.
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Like Cameron McInnes at the Sharks and Brandon Smith at the Storm, Clark has shown that he is just as comfortable playing in the lock forward role as he is at hooker.
Now 43 games into his NRL career, Clark is into his third season at the Titans and is showing his versatility, providing effort and energy with his performances each week.