The Titans have been added to an expanded six-team women’s competition in 2021, joining the Newcastle Knights, Parramatta Eels, Brisbane Broncos, Sydney Roosters and St George Illawarra Dragons.
Power, 24, helped guide the Gold Stars to the QRLW semi-finals this year, averaged 129 running metres, 63.7 post-contact metres and 4.2 tackle breaks per game, ranking top five amongst forwards in all three categories.
The Bowen junior has had a stellar last 18 months, making her NRLW and State of Origin debuts in 2020, before being selected for her second Indigenous All Stars game earlier this year.
Peters, 19, was one of the standout youngsters with the Gold Stars this season, averaging 109 running metres a game, 4.3 tackle breaks and tackled at 92.2% efficiency.
The Mackay product represented the Queensland Under 19s in June, running for 141 metres, 49 post-contact metres and three tackle breaks.
Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak in NSW, the NRLW competition has been pushed back and is set to kick off in October.