No team has a worse skillset in the NRLW this year than the Titans and they look sitting ducks if the Knights turn up like they did last week.
Newcastle failed to win a game in their opening NRLW campaign but a strong recruitment drive and the debut of the next star of the women’s game has them well in the premiership hunt this season. The same cannot be said for the Titans, who will be battling the Eels for the wooden spoon.
The Knights have unleashed 17yo whizkid Jesse Southwell and she scored in just the fifth minute of her debut. With Dally M Medal winner Millie Boyle and speedster custodian Tamika Upton also having major contributions in their club debuts.
The Titans are lacking in the key positions and lack the class to go with Newcastle.
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Upton is close to the fastest player in the NRLW.
Bobbi Law has a nice strikerate with three tries in eight games.
There is no bigger overs in tryscoring markets than Steph Hancock. The burly prop scored a double last week – after scoring four tries in five games in 2021. She is their best hope and is huge overs even on a massive underdog.