Robbie Rochow says the team-first philosophy of Beau Scott and Jeremy Smith is rubbing off on the young forwards at the Knights.
The Wests Tigers aren't far away, the defending premiers on track for a rare unbeaten March and what else we learned from Sunday afternoon's clash.
Titans five-eighth Aidan Sezer has leapt to the defence of halves partner Daniel Mortimer after his mixed night against Newcastle on Sunday.
The major talking points as the Knights come from behind to win for the third straight week and the Titans welcome back three key players to the fold.
A try in the final four minutes to Knights back-rower Jeremy Smith has seen Newcastle extend their unbeaten start to the season to three wins.
After his heroic performance on Sunday, Rabbitohs centre Dylan Walker will be sweating on scans for a possible fractured left hand on Monday.
South Sydney have continued their unbeaten start to their premiership defence with a rugged 20-6 victory over the Wests Tigers.
Since Nathan Friend's Telstra Premiership debut in 2002 the Warriors hooker has seen the playing style change so much that it's almost gone full circle.
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.
Former Wests Tigers winger Marika Koroibete is enjoying being Melbourne Storm's new 'Fijian Flyer' and is quickly becoming a fan-favourite at AAMI Park.