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Winger Anthony Don has today stressed that there are plenty of things the entire of squad need to work on this week, ahead of the match against the Warriors on Saturday.

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The Titans take on the New Zealand based side at Cbus Super Stadium and after what was a massive game for the club last season, Don hopes the result will go the way of the home side.

“They do have a good record over us but hopefully we can get the job done on Saturday,” Don said. “They played well against us as well earlier in the year but we’re honestly concentrating on our game as we’ve got a lot to work on.

The Warriors defeated the Titans 28-22 earlier this season in Auckland but with a commemorative jersey, celebrating 10 years, being worn plus a number of past players in attendance, the Grafton product is looking for a big performance from everyone.

“It’s a massive game. The Warriors usually get a big following here and whilst they’ve been a little out of form, they’ve been knocking on the door for a few weeks.

“Hopefully we get plenty of Titans fans there to support us.”

The Country representative was quite critical of his own performances in the past few matches but he will be looking to make amends for that at 3pm on Saturday.

“I’ve got to do my job here at the Titans. My performances have been down a little, we all have to be better, especially in defence.

“Last week we were ok in defence. It was our ball control and the weight of possession against us that was the issue. It needs to be fixed.” 

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