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No more little brother: Campbell eager to eradicate sibling tagline

There's no one more familiar to a local derby than Jayden Campbell.

Having been there since day dot, watching his father Preston play in the Titans' first battle against the Broncos at the hallowed Suncorp Stadium, the 23-year-old son of gun has witnessed his fair share of triumphs and heartbreaks for the Titans over the years.

From that historic night filled full of success in 2007 to falling short against their Queensland counterparts due to a second half surge by Brisbane only last year, the rivalry is as fierce as ever, and it's why the Titans No. 1 can't wait to take part in his first home M1 clash.

"It's going be a good game," Campbell said.

"I guess people always see it as a big brother versus little brother with the M1 clash, but we're starting to build towards something and hopefully we won't be known as the little brother anymore.

"It's always a good game coming up against the Broncos. They're a really good side and I'm just excited for the challenge and I'm pretty sure the rest of the boys are as well."

It will be an almighty task the Gold Coast proud fullback has on Saturday night, assigned to shutdown Broncos flyer Reece Walsh who has been in sublime form in the opening six rounds upon his return to Red Hill.

"Walshy... he's such a great player and he's been killing it this year," Campbell said.

"In fact, not just Walshy, but the Broncos team as a whole.

"It's always a great challenge and we're really excited for it."

Campbell is also very much looking forward to a packed Cbus Super Stadium, with the Titans on-track for bumper ticket sales in what is shaping up to be a top of the table clash against one and tied-second on the ladder.

"It's always good to play at Cbus, but when it's packed, it's even better," he said.

"Everyone loves Saturday night footy... you can come down have a few beers and watch a bit of footy, but a full house will be hectic.

"[Especially if we were to be on top]... I'd be stoked. 

"Winning is a great feeling, but winning to get onto the top of the ladder will be even better."


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.