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Aquis Titans coach Neil Henry looks at tomorrow's clash with Penrith Panthers and reveals a late change to the side that will travel to Sydney.

The coached faced the media before the Captain's Run training session at Cbus Super Stadium this morning and admitted prop David Shillington, the players' player award winner against the Roosters, picked up a shoulder injury and was doubtful to play.

He later missed the trip to Sydney with Eddy Pettybourne or Nathaniel Peteru to come into the team.

Henry spoke about the important next few weeks when the Titans have a bye after tomorrow's clash then head to Perth to play Souths, Darwin to play Parramatta during the State of Origin period.

"They are playing sensational footy, are throwing the ball around, averaging 20 offloads a game so we will really have to work hard," he said about tomorrow's opponents.




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