Fijian flyer's NRL career taking off, Storm skipper a class above and Titans vow not to be weighed down by heavy defeat.
The Melbourne Storm have followed up last week's 42-0 thrashing of the Warriors with a 38-0 win over the Titans on the Gold Coast on Sunday.
Plenty of team changes are expected for this weekend's games, no more so than in New Zealand with Warriors coach Andrew McFadden dropping six players.
It's the moment all young footballers dream of but Titans half Tyrone Roberts has revealed he had ever attempted a field goal in a game before last week.
The battle on the edges between Titans pairing of Chris McQueen and Zeb Taia and the raw power of Storm duo Tohu Harris and Kevin Proctor will be vital.
Titans duo David Mead and Nene Macdonald along with Raiders hooker Kurt Baptiste have been named in the Papua New Guinea team to meet Fiji on Saturday.
Four years after last representing Country Origin, Titans forward Greg Bird says he is willing to once again line up for the boys from the bush.
David Mead believes there will be widespread support in Fiji regarding Semi Radradra's selection in the Kangaroos team to play the Kiwis next week in Newcastle.
The Dragons start to climb while the pressure mounts on the Warriors and Wests Tigers two months into the 2016 season.
Cameron Cullen is set to play his first NRL game on home soil with fellow Titans half Ashley Taylor expected to miss another week with suspected nerves damage.