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Game day recap: Live wires light up in Titans' tough trip to Wollongong

It was a tough day at WIN Stadium for the Gold Coast Titans in both NRL and NRLW contests against the Dragons on Sunday, but there were a number of shining lights on display in the two defeats.

Particularly for excitement machines Jayden Campbell and Evania Pelite who both topped the run metres tally for the sky blue and gold in their respective matches.

22-year-old son of a gun Campbell brought up the double century for the second time this season against the Dragons; meanwhile marquee Evania Pelite impressed in her move to the centres, finishing the NRLW season opener with 147 running metres.

See below for a full recap on the Titans v Dragons double header in Wollongong.

200 run metres for Campbell unable to prevent St George Illawarra ordination

A live-wire performance from Jayden Campbell that included over 200 running metres wasn't enough to help the injury-plagued Gold Coast Titans overcome the St George Illawarra Dragons in Wollongong.

The electrifying fullback amassed a game-high 238 metres against the Red V in the Sunday afternoon clash, adding to his line-break, line-break assist and seven tackle breaks that he brought up wearing the No. 1.

It's the second time the 22-year-old has brought up over 200 metres against the Dragons this season, bringing up 266 metres in Magic Round earlier this year.

Read full match report here.

Match highlights: Titans v Dragons

Hancock double not enough to stop red-hot Dragons

Yet another Steph Hancock double against the Dragons couldn't stop the Red V from reigning supreme in Wollongong, romping home to a 26-12 win over the Gold Coast Titans to open the NRLW season.

The veteran front rower becomes the team's outright top try-scorer after finding the line in both the 34th and 67th minutes - taking her personal tally to six - but the bag of four-pointers wasn't enough to stop the fire-hungry Dragons from starting their premiership redemption after grand final heartbreak earlier this year.

The Gold Coast middle third were the shining light in the 14-point loss, with captain Brittany Breayley-Nati leading the tackle count with 39, not far behind Georgia Hale who came up with 37 efforts.

Read full match report here.

Match highlights: Titans v Dragons NRLW

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.