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Aquis Titans prop Luke Douglas scored his first try in two years last night to open the team's scoring. He spoke about the effort after the match.

His previous try was in round 13 of 2014 and he has now an aggregate of 13 tries in over 250 NRL games, so they are few and far between.

But props aren't there to score tries - although Ryan James doesn't know that - and Douglas grafted away well again for the Titans who let Manly back into the game in the second half and need to improve against Canberra this Sunday.

"They were down on troops so it was good to get the win but we did make a few errors and let them back into the game but it was good to finish them off at the end," Douglas said.

"We went out there to play through them and limit our errors and work it that way. And we sort of did, we came up with a few errors but it was a credit to the boys, we defended quite well."

On his rare try: "I have played 10 years of first grade now and scored 13 tries, so I average one a season so it was good to get that one ... we sort of practise that move at training a bit.

"I can't remember the previous one ... I know it's been a couple of years."

Tomorrow 'Dougie' will be involved in a special swimming relay to promote two swimmers from Down Syndrome Association Queensland's world championships campaign - in State of Origin style.

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