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Aquis Gold Coast Titans Coach Neil Henry has today spoken ahead of the Round 2 clash against the Newcastle Knights at McDonald Jones Stadium. 

The hot topic during the interview was whether we were going to see Tyronne Roberts-Davis make his NRL debut after news circulated during the week that Will Zillman may struggle to overcome a calf injury. 

If required, Henry doesn't feel the 19-year-old will be too phased by the step up. 

"He's a good kid and has trained a little bit with the first grade side," Henry said.

"He played with the top squad in the trials so he's certainly an up and coming player. 

"He was fine [in the trials] and didn't look out of place. He deserves his opportunity if he comes in. We're confident he'll get out there and do the job.

"'Zilly' (Zillman) is getting some treatment now and we're going to see if he is able to run.

"The medical team were quite confident that he could play if he was able to run today but if he can't run today then he won't be going down."

Acknowledgement of Country

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