AJ Brimson and Kevin Proctor are fit and ready to fire this weekend, as the Titans take on the New Zealand Warriors in Lismore.
In another positive for the Club, all of the Titans players involved in the first week of pre-season football have returned without injury.
"The squad is looking really healthy," said Titans High Performance Manager Klint Hoare.
"The fortunate thing with the All Stars tournament is that we suffered no injuries and also in the trial against Burleigh we had no injuries."
The match at Lismore's Oakes Oval will see AJ Brimson return to the field after the foot injury he picked up in the State of Origin series.
"AJ had a little minor setback a few weeks ago when he rolled an ankle and tweaked that but he is back flying again," Hoare said.
"He's been in all of the drills and is back in full opposed (sessions)."
After missing the All Stars clash through injury, Kevin Proctor will also return for the clash against the Warriors.
"Kevin's done really well returning from a slight strain to the hamstring.
"We've managed his load and he will be flying against the Warriors this weekend."
One player who is missing from this weekend's team sheet is Sam McIntyre, with the Titans recruit still recovering from a foot injury.
"He's a hard one because he's like a bull at a gate, he's brought plenty of energy amongst the squad but he has had his load monitored," Hoare said.
"He'll return hopefully next week in the Burleigh against Tweed game and he should be around for round one."
With an extended squad named for the trial match, Hoare says he expects the trial to be used as a chance to build combinations ahead of another meeting against the Warriors in round one.
"It's up to the coaches this weekend what time management they have with the players.
"What we'll do this weekend is look at combinations and cohesiveness.
"We'll rotate our middles and playing down in Lismore we're not too sure what the heat will be like, so we'll just see how we go on Saturday night."