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It's positive news on the injury front for Titans fans, with Jamal Fogarty, Ash Taylor and Brian Kelly all healthy after the Club's 42 points to 16 win against the Newcastle Knights in round five.

Fogarty was touch-and-go all week as he recovered from a cork that hampered his performance in the Titans round four clash against the Canberra Raiders.

Gold Coast High Performance Manager Klint Hoare says he's pleased with how the halfback has pulled up after a strong performance against Newcastle.

"Jamal pulled up really well from that cork he suffered in the game against Canberra and got through 70 minutes on the weekend and we look forward to now preparing him for Manly."

The Titans welcomed back Ash Taylor at five-eighth and Brian Kelly in the centres for the clash against the Knights, with both returning from hand injuries.

"Ash Taylor and Brian Kelly both had hand fractures and it was really good to see them back in the game," Hoare said.

"Ash Taylor obviously got back a week prior to what we thought he would.

"They both got through unscathed and they'll be ready for Manly."

There was just one injury concern out of the win, with Phillip Sami leaving the field early in the game after his head hit the shoulder of Tyson Frizell.

"Unfortunately for Phil Sami he picked up a head knock in the game against the Knights and he'll go through the HIA protocols," Hoare said.

"He'll go through those protocols and hopefully he'll be right for Manly this week."

After injuring his hip in round four, Anthony Don missed the last start win and is again in doubt for the trip to Mudgee to take on Manly this weekend.

"Anthony Don, we are looking at a return to play if not this week against Manly he'll be all ready to go here at home at Cbus against Souths in two weeks."

After off-season shoulder surgery, young gun Jojo Fifita is also back on the paddock and has returned through the Tweed Seagulls.

"It's great to see Jojo Fifita make his debut for Tweed Seagulls in the under 21's," Hoare said.

"There's been some great rehab put into him from Sam Madden our head physio here and Lindsay Self.

"It's exceptional to see him back probably a month early than expected.

"There are big things expected out of Jojo, but we won't rush him and he'll get some time down there in the 21's and we'll see how he goes."

Glen Willow Oval in Mudgee will host the round six match between Manly and the Titans, with both teams looking to make it back-to-back wins.

"It's awesome to be taking the game out to the country," Hoare said.

"This week against Manly, we will fly out on Friday and return after the game on Saturday but the leadup this week will be all at Parkwood (at the IKON High Performance Centre).

"We won't train at Cbus this week, we just thought we'd keep them here at home with a couple of field sessions and some strength and we'll be ready to go."

Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.