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Importance of Beanies for Brain Cancer Round fuelling Titans revival

Since the inaugural Beanie for Brain Cancer Round in 2017, the inspiring work exhibited by the Mark Hughes Foundation has resulted in the sale of over one million MHF beanies so far.

With the round coming after the Titans' disappointing 46-12 loss to the Rabbitohs, Isaac Liu and the playing group are preparing to utilise the significance of the clash to further fuel the fire of redemption for their previous performance.

"Definitely a disappointing result [on the weekend]," he said.

"We are there to support a great cause, and we do that by going out there and playing top quality football."

Identifying poor attention to detail as the underlying issue in their game against South Sydney, the team are ready to come together to put on a performance worthy of the two-points.

"We need better detail defensively and in offence," the 260-gamer said.

"We gave too many legs outs when we had them in their own end and dropped a few balls.

"We had a good preparation; we just didn’t turn up all together as a team."

Looking to better these areas against the West Tigers in Leichhardt on Saturday, the playing group know they can’t fall prey to underestimating any team this season.

"We did underestimate Souths," Liu said.

"Coming up against the Tigers, they’ve got Api Koroisau there and that’s one thing we can’t do, let them get the ball and run though us like what happened on the weekend.

"At the moment we seem to be playing better against big teams, but like I said we can’t underestimate any other team that turns up on game day.

"We need to make sure we have a good preparation and that we all turn up together."

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.