While the result didn't go to plan, it was two key injuries that also had Titans fans sweating after the Gold Coast's round four game against the Canberra Raiders.
Jamal Fogarty and Anthony Don both left the field with injuries in the second half, with Titans Coach Justin Holbrook confirming post-game that it was a leg injury for the halfback and a hip complaint for the winger.
"Jamal (Fogarty) hurt his leg in the first minute of the game and I probably should have got him off earlier in hindsight," Holbrook said.
"I think he just got a cork in the first minute of the game and it got progressively worse."
Fogarty will have fitness tests through the week as he pushes to be ready for Saturday’s clash against the Newcastle Knights at Cbus Super Stadium.
Ash Taylor is unlikely to come back into the frame for the next game, with Holbrook confirming that the five-eighth isn't expected to be available for selection while still recovering from a hand injury picked up in the Club's round two win over Brisbane.
Anthony Don will be monitored on the Club’s return to the Gold Coast, after the winger left the field with a hip injury.
No timeframe has been put on Don’s return, but the Club are hopeful that he won’t miss much football.
Brian Kelly will likely come back into the side for the clash against the Knights, with the reigning Paul Broughton Medallist named in the original 21-man squad for the Raiders clash as he returns from a similar hand injury to Taylor.
Jonus Pearson is coming off a strong start to the year in Intrust Super Cup and is another who could fill the spot if Don is unavailable.
Depth in the outside backs will give Holbrook options as he picks his side to take on Newcastle at Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday, with tickets still available for the game as the Titans return to the Gold Coast.