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'Itching to play': Fermor counting down to Redcliffe rumble

South East Queensland's newest rivalry is about to be born this coming Sunday and no one could more excited than Beau Fermor.

Partly because it's the first time he'll square off against the Dolphins, but also because he's just chomping at the bit to get back on the park.

Admitting it was a tough watch from the sidelines of Sunshine Coast Stadium against the Broncos due to the simple fact he wanted to be out there, the 24-year-old gets his opportunity this weekend to dust off the cobwebs against the NRL's 17th team.

"I'm definitely keen... I hated watching last weekend because I was itching to play," Fermor admitted.

"I'm looking forward to getting out this weekend and testing out new combinations and it's going to be cool to play against the Dolphins.

"It's going to be a bit weird playing against them, but I'm looking forward to it."

Facing off against a number of former Titans including Jarrod Wallace and Herman Ese'ese, the 46-gamer has his target firmly set on one of his ex-teammates.

"J-Wal... I'm going to fly out and get him," Fermor cheekily joked.

"Nah, he'll probably embarrass me.. he's a bit bigger than me. It's always fun to play against your mates and talk a bit of crap out there."

Putting all the jokes aside, the hard-running back-rower feels the rivalry against the newest franchise in the NRL will be up there with others like the Broncos and Cowboys due to the fact they are now intra-state enemies.

"I think that any Queensland team you play you want to beat... you want to be the best team in Queensland," Fermor said.

"I think with the Broncos and Cowboys, it's just adding another Queensland team to build that rivalry against and I'm really looking forward to it."

The clash will also be the first time Fermor gets to test run his newest combination on the left with experienced playmaker Kieran Foran, who will play his first game in Titans colours this Sunday night in Redcliffe.

"[Having Kieran there] has been awesome," he said.

"Just his experience and the way that he takes on the line makes my job pretty easy... all I have to do is run hard and catch the ball.

"It's been good at training and I'm looking forward to testing it out in a game against some live defenders on Sunday."

Be there for the history-making clash in Round 19 when the Titans face-off against the Dolphins; Sunday, July 9 at Cbus Super Stadium!

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.