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Left edge becoming lethal says Brian

Outside he has one of the NRL's fastest finishes.  Inside he has one of the NRL's most destructive players.  It's any wonder why Brian Kelly is enjoying the combination he is building on the Titans left edge.

Alongside Alofiana Khan-Pereira and David Fifita, Kelly says the left side is improving each week.

"I feel personally that our left edge is going alright, but it is just working together and slowing the ruck to help out that right side," Kelly said.

"We are a collective as a team so it if they score there it is still four points ... we have just got to keep working on that and building."

Khan-Pereira is on track to break the Titans club try-scoring record, already notching 17 tries in his 17 games during his debut season.

"I hope the young buck gets rookie of the year, he knows how to find the paint the fella," Kelly said.

"He's had a good year this year and keeps becoming better but don't tell him that or he will get a big head."

"We are just building on our combo there, me him and Davey (Fifita)."

Fifita is also putting together one of his best seasons of his career, that's seen him earn back his Queensland State of Origin jersey.

"We are a good connected edge and having AJ (Brimson) come around the back it makes a good little combo."

Kelly says while he's happy with how his side of the field is progressing, the focus is on a full team performance this weekend against the Cowboys after a disappointing loss to the Roosters in round 21.

"Our effort in that first half (against the Roosters) wasn't up to our standards and wasn't up to NRL standards," he said.

"We are looking at week to week and we've got to get our jobs right against the Cowboys this weekend."

Kelly says he will be playing for the key women in his life this weekend as the NRL celebrates Women In League round.

"My mum Dorothy, she's been there from day dot so I'll be playing for her.

"Also my aunties and the missus at home, so I'm looking forward to running out and I think they are doing a guard of honor for runout."

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