After months of waiting, the 2023 NRLW will begin today. Zero Tackle has you covered as the players get ready to run out of the shed onto the field.

This masthead will be analysing the teams, which players are set to be included in the starting team for each club, and the player to watch for every side.

4Gold Coast Titans

After a lacklustre last season, the Gold Coast Titans are looking to challenge for the premiership and surprise the rest of the NRLW competition.

The Titans have the talent to go far in the competition with multiple international stars led by Georgia Hale but also boast an inexperienced roster with eight players yet to make their NRLW debut.

Predicted Best 17

Fullback: Evania Pelite

Wingers: Emily Bass & Karina Brown

Centres: Jaime Chapman & Niall Williams-Guthrie

Halves: Taliah Fuimaono & Chantay Kiria-Ratu

Props: Jessika Elliston & Shannon Mato

Hooker: Lauren Brown

Second-Rowers: Shaylee Bent & Zara Canfield

Lock: Georgia Hale (c)

Interchange: Brittany Breayley-Nati, Steph Hancock, Kaitlyn Phillips & Laikha Clarke

Other Players in Squad: Destiny Mino-Sinapati, Sienna Lofipo, Hailee-Jay Ormond-Maunsell, Sophie Buller, Brooke Saddler, Dannii Perese, Rilee Jorgensen

Player to Watch: Georgia Hale

The Titans player to watch is none other than New Zealand international and club captain Georgia Hale. The hard worker controls the middle of the field in both attack and defence and embodies the NRLW spirit.

The leader will be aiming to mentor the younger players on the field and lead by example whenever she is given the chance. Powerful runs, big tackles and offloads are just three things in Hale's game that has made her a global superstar.

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