The Sharks have walked away from Kogarah with the two-points in hand and there was plenty of talking points to come from the game.
But all that aside, we want to hear who you thought was the Sharks best in the 30-18 victory.
Match Highlights: Sharks v Titans
It was a battle to begin, the opening exchanges bruising from both sides.
Josh Dugan started with plenty of strong carries when we were on the back foot in the opening 10 minutes, busting them open and getting rewarded with our first four-pointer of the afternoon.
Even though he left the field after just 58 minutes, Duges had already clocked 126 metres, 2 line breaks and 5 tackle breaks to go along with his try.
The rampaging runs and bone rattling defence of Sifa Talakai again a standout, he too sailing over for a try in the opening half. After the whistle sounded to signal full time, SIfa had notched just under 200m in attack, with 1 line break, 4 tackle breaks and 25 tackles.
Our halves were instrumental in sealing the win, both perfect with the boot knocking all of their conversion attempts over, with SJ adding two more to his NRL leading try assists tally.
Sione ‘Big Sexy’ Katoa got back on the highlights reel this week, snatching a pin-point Johnson kick to crash over in the corner. Mulitalo also provided plenty of go forward off the end of Titans play, clocking up 153 metres with his strong charges great to watch.
In the pack the skipper provided the level head needed to ice off the victory, coming from the field at full time with a line break, line break assist and try assist to his name.
Aaron Woods and Braden Hamlin-Uele laid the platform with hard runs and strong defence, with the bench of Hunt, Williams and Rudolf coming on to lift the intensity and provide the spark that Sharks fans have become accustomed to.
Blayke Brailey continued his run of form with another outstanding showing in the number nine jersey. Elusive in attack when running from dummy-half and providing crisp service for his halves.
Enough from us though, who do you think deserves the title of ‘Man of the Match’ from Round 14?
Vote now in our fan poll below.