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Experienced rake reconfirmed as NRLW captain

Brittany Breayley-Nati is humbled to once again have the honour and privilege of captaining the Gold Coast Titans' NRLW team.

Leading the team to a maiden finals appearance in the 2021 season, the legendary hooker played in one of her best campaigns to-date, being judged the best captain of the NRLW competition in the club's inaugural year and is ready to finish the year on a high, hoping to bring the first premiership to the Gold Coast.

"I'm really looking forward to it. Obviously, I'm extremely humbled to be named captain once again of such a great club," the newly-renamed skipper said.

"I can't wait to lead the girls out for us in the second season."

Looking forward to going one better in this next phase of the competition, she will be re-joined by a majority of the existing squad with the exception of eight new faces, which has helped shape a new dynamic at pre-season training which has just commenced.

"There's been such a really good feeling within the group of girls," Breayley-Nati said.

"It's completely different to last season and it's really refreshing to have such a different squad in here.

"We've retained most of the girls but we've got a lot of new faces in as well, so it's extremely exciting."

Brittany Breayley-Nati secures the victory for the Titans

Most looking forward to being coached by the greatest female player of all time Karyn Murphy, the new coach's leadership was on full display as recently as the pre-season training camp at the weekend which the entire playing group took notice of.

"Karyn Murphy is the GOAT in the women's space and it's really exciting to have her as our coach," Breayley-Nati said.

"The wealth of knowledge that she has and what she can bring to the team is really exciting.

"She led from the front on the weekend at the camp that we just had, and even though no one was really there to witness that, we did in a team environment and what we took out of it what she leads from the front."

Facing off against the the team who knocked out the Titans of the finals race last season - the St George Illawarra Dragons - Breayley-Nati is looking forward to getting back out on the field, with the aim of staying connected which will lead to getting to the big dance. 

"Our goal as a team is to make the grand final and come away with the premiership, but I think the biggest thing is just to work on our team," Breayley-Nati said.

"If we can all stay connected and achieve the same goal, then we'll work well towards that."

The Titans skipper is also keen to return to Cbus Super Stadium in Round 2 to face off against the Newcastle Knights in a double-header with the NRL side on Sunday, August 28.

"Any game is going to be a good game, but I can't wait to be back at home and hopefully top it off with another win at our home ground," Breayley-Nati said.

"So I'm hoping our members and fans get down there and support us."

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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.