“He took a carry off the kick-off and just got his leg a bit twisted underneath some opposition players and unfortunately suffered a high grade high ankle sprain,” Titans Head of Performance Dan Ferris said.
“Unfortunately, that’s Jimmy’s season done.
“For his first season of NRL, it’s been really good for him, but he will be right for the off-season and he’ll come back bigger and better.”
The Titans lost Brian Kelly a minute later, with the centre also injuring his ankle in the Canterbury clash.
Ferris says there was slightly better news from him scan results.
“Brian suffered a low-grade high ankle sprain and again just got caught under an opposition player.
“He tried to play on for a little bit, but it was just a bit too painful and he’ll miss one to two weeks.”
After making his return from a shoulder injury, Jai Arrow has successfully made it through the game and recovery and will be good to go for Saturday’s local derby against Brisbane.
“Jai Arrow’s comeback game was really good,” Ferris said.
“Three weeks after a grade three AC sprain, he probably played more minutes than expected due to Jaimin’s injury but he has pulled up really well and he is fit and firing and ready to go.”