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Marshall failed to complete the game and was immediately rushed up the sheds in the 64th minute limping on one leg.MORE: Luke Keary gains edge in NSW halves race amid Panthers woes The seriousness of the hamstring issue is still in the air, but it is expected the veteran five-eighth will spend at least some time on the sidelines.''He had a tight hamstring there so we will have to have a look at the and see how he goes,'' Maguire said after the defeat.''It was fairly tight towards the end.While he played down his contribution, he paid tribute to Brandon Smith — labelling the young hooker the Kiwi's best — as well as other youngsters like Ken Maumalo and test rookies Briton Nikora and Jahrome Hughes.Marshall had played 28 internationals before Saturday night, including a World Cup final and Four Nations deciders, but will never forget test No 29.The ex-Bulldog, who has played just five games since signing a reported four-year, million deal, has plied his trade in the NSW Cup, carving up on debut last week with two tries and a try assist.The form of both Marshall and gun hooker Robbie Farah meant Maguire could not give a clear date on Reynolds' NRL return, but the Tigers coach has been backed in a corner and will have no other option. You have to have good players waiting and full credit to Josh - I know that if he gets his opportunity this week he will be ready to go,'' Maguire said.''He's been performing well in reserve grade.''The loss to the Bulldogs was a major step backwards for the former ladder leaders after cruisy wins over Manly and New Zealand."I knew I missed the jersey, but I didn't really understand how much it meant to me until this week and that sort of moment [on Saturday]." Marshall has been staggered by the goodwill generated by his return, as everyone across the sport can relate to his feel good story."I've been overwhelmed by the amount of support, not just from Kiwi fans but from people back in Australia," said Marshall.
The versatile Ryan Matterson covered the halves as the Tigers failed to put any consolation points on the board, but Maguire has a ready-made replacement in Reynolds.New coach Michael Maguire is keeping his cards close to his chest and all options on the table.Reynolds says he feels revitalised after an injury-ravaged first season at Concord during which he was restricted to just five appearances because of hamstring and shoulder problems.The Tigers may be forced to lean on their 0,000 reserve grade star Josh Reynolds to prove a point against former coach Ivan Cleary's Panthers next week after Benji Marshall suffered a hamstring injury.Michael Maguire endured his first defeat at his new club as Dean Pay's drastic line-up changes gave the last-placed Bulldogs the kick they needed, convincingly leaving Campbelltown with two competition points in a 22-8 win.