Chris Heighington wanted nothing more than to help his Cronulla Sharks earn their first victory of the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership season in his 250th game.
Young stars impress on debut, and the Sharks' woes continue. These are the key points to come from the Titans' 24-22 win over Cronulla in Round 4.
A late James Roberts try has handed the Titans their first victory of the season, defeating the Sharks 24-22 at Remondis Stadium on Saturday night.
He is a premiership winning veteran about to play his 250th NRL game, but this week Chris Heighington will do something he has never done before.
Titans forward Luke Douglas concedes that the spectre of going the first month of the 2015 winless is weighing on the minds of players and coaches.
This game represents short-term salvation to two teams who have just three wins in their past 18 matches between them.
Luke Lewis says arthritis could be the cause of his ongoing knee problem.
Sharks five-eighth Ben Barba has taken the early guilty plea on two match review committee charges coming out of the game against the Melbourne Storm.
NSW and Australia utility Luke Lewis was happy to be back in the fold for Cronulla, admitting the game felt faster after his long injury lay-off.
The Storm did it easily against the Sharks in Melbourne, and here are five key points to take away from the Telstra Premiership Round 3 match at AAMI Park.