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Titans strike centre Brian Kelly is fit and ready for Magic Round, despite appearing to have picked up an injury in the late stages of his team's last start victory.

Titans High Performance Manager, Klint Hoare, says the reigning Paul Broughton Medallist is good to go this week.

"Brian Kelly has pulled up really well after the game," Hoare said.

"He had a knee clash but he is all ready to go for our game against the Panthers."

After missing the round nine win against the Wests Tigers, Ash Taylor is also on track as he battles a hip complaint.

"Ash Taylor has just had some injections in relation to the hip operation he had in the off-season," Hoare said.

"He's progressing really well and is back in our return to play programs so hopefully he'll be available for selection this week."

Corey Thompson, Patrick Herbert, Jonus Pearson and Sam Lisone are the others on the rehab trail and Hoare says all are progressing well.

"Corey Thompson, outstanding season so far, and obviously he sustained that high syndesmosis (injury) and he had an operation last week.

"Surgeons were really happy with it and we're looking at probably a round 15 return to the NRL squad.

"Patrick Herbert is progressing really well with his return to run program and now integrating into some skills work this week.

"We're looking at a four week return to his game and we're probably still tracking to that so round 12 hopefully.

"Jonus Pearson has a MCL injury ... he is tracking along nicely like Pat Herbert.

"It's an eight week return to play program, so hopefully we will see him around round 15.

"Sam Lisone is doing really well and he is in week three of his return to play program and we're looking at round 15 for him when we play Manly."