The Gold Coast Titans head into the off-season with nearly a completely healthy roster.
Unfortunately, that clean bill of health took a hit on the weekend with Joe Vuna rupturing his ACL playing for the Titans affiliates Tweed Seagulls.
Other than Vuna, no Titans players require surgery in the off-season though, which is a rarity in modern rugby league.
In a testament to the work done by the clubs' medical and high-performance unit, there was 90% (average) availability of players all season, meaning Coach Justin Holbrook had most of his men to choose from.
Titans High Performance Manager, Klint Hoare, has provided an update on key players as they head into their break and said they will all be ready to hit the ground running for the start of pre-season in November.
"Moeaki (Fotuaika) came back from Origin with some swelling on his knee... but that is going to be an ongoing maintenance throughout his career," Hoare said.
"AJ Brimson had the jaw injury but now is fully fit and firing and we probably could have selected him had we progressed (further) in the finals.
"He should be OK, KP (Kevin Proctor), he doesn't need any off-season surgery after an AC joint injury."
With the players now on their mandated break period before returning for the pre-season, Titans Members and fans can be excited that their players will hit the ground running for the 2022 campaign.