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Breayley-Nati keeping calm and carrying on

Brittany Breayley-Nati has lifted the NRLW Premiership trophy before, but never as a Titan.

Having played in two NRLW grand finals before, winning one, the Titans hooker says she's determined to win one wearing her home jersey.

"I'm a girl from Mackay and now I call Gold Coast home," she said.

"It will be quite humbling if we can bring gold back to the Gold Coast.

"I'd be honored on Sunday afternoon if I am holding that trophy up with the girls."

The 32-year-old is playing some of the best football of her career, with the crafty rake having a huge impact on the young group.

She says her role won't change this week, but given her big-game experience she has taken on a mentoring role with the Titans younger brigade.

"I'm just one of the experienced girls of the group who is trying to keep a level head and some calmness," she said.

"I've played in two grand finals and have been privileged to win one, but footy is simple at the end of the day and if I can bring that calmness into the group that's a good thing."

Breayley-Nati says while it'll be a tough challenge against the Knights who are the reigning premiers, her focus is purely on the Titans performing at their peak.

"I love being the underdog coming into games," she said.

"We've had a big focus on just doing things for ourselves and the focus was on us this week.

"If we can remain in our inner circle we can get the job done.

"We've started the week really well and the whole group is really excited.

"We are really embracing it and we can't wait to rip in on Sunday.

"The girls are really excited, we have a lot of youth within the group, to bring the premiership back here for the Coast will make all of the hard work worthwhile."

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