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Key three: Records tumble as Titans put on super-show

It was a near full house at Cbus Super Stadium this afternoon and they were treated to a show for 'Super Hero Saturday.'

With Super Heroes on the sideline, it was the Gold Coast Titans superstars that were the main attraction today as the Titans ran in 66 points against the New Zealand Warriors!

Take a look at the key three talking points from the game.

Records tumble at Cbus Super Stadium

It was a record day at Cbus Super Stadium as the club recorded it's biggest win in history.

Surpassing the previous record of 44-0 set against the Warriors in Round 25, 2021, the Titans went past the 50-points scored mark for the first time in the Club's history and set their biggest ever margin of 60.

Jayden Campbell also added his name to the record books as he took over the goal kicking duties with a perfect 11 from 11 - the most conversions in club history in a single game. 

In another record-equally feat, Alofiana Khan-Pereira scored 4 tries this afternoon, equally the previous record set by Jordan Atkins.

Feel the energy

Des Hasler would have wanted a strong bounce back after his side's back to back losses, and he got it from the first whistle today.

Erin Clark usually has to wait 20 minutes to get into the game, but today he wasted no time in bringing his trademark energy to the Titans as he and his fellow forwards out-enthused the Warriors pack.

Out the back, Keano Kini continued his scintillating from last week, involved in everything on his way to 234 run metres - most notably combining with Kieran Foran to send Sam Verrills to the tryline right on half time and scoring his own in the second half.

The Titans weren't just bringing the energy on the field, however, as a massive home crowd assembled in stadium ready to take on the cheers of Warriors fans in the stands.

With every try better than the last, the Titans contingent was up and about, waving flags, celebrating and dancing with fellow fans.

While they may not have celebrated as many wins as they had hoped this season, they have seen a side working hard under new Coach Des Hasler and today they got to enjoy the fruits of that work.

Feel the energy, indeed.

Campbell answers critics

Jayden Campbell received criticism after his side's defeat to the Wests Tigers last week, but the dynamic playmaker came back with a bang at Cbus Super Stadium.

Although he has spent more time at fullback in his NRL career, Campbell is no stranger to the number six jersey.

It may have been a slower return from a knee injury than he'd hoped, but today Campbell hit top gear with three try assists and a try of his own to help his side run away with victory.

With Kieran Foran taking the controlling role at halfback, Campbell was free to scheme and his left edge was the beneficiary.

Dave Fifita ran for a monstrous 196 metres and 8 tackle breaks, Brian Kelly 171 metres and Alofiana Khan-Pereira 222, combining for 19 tackle breaks.

A fantastic day for Titans fans today on the Gold Coast.

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.