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Greg Inglis made a fabulous, try-saving tackle on his cousin, Albert Kelly, to ensure the Rabbitohs emerged from Barlow Park in Cairns with a 30-24 win over the Titans in Round 14.

But Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire wasn't happy with the win, which he described as "very lucky".

The Rabbitohs turned over too much possession and missed too many tackles, allowing the Titans to stay in the game.

After trailing 18-12, the Rabbitohs went to halftime at 18-18 following a try to centre Dylan Walker just before the break.

The Rabbitohs got out to a 30-18 lead midway through the second half, but then Titans halfback Kelly got his team back into the contest with his second try.

Three minutes from fulltime, Kelly looked like scoring his third, but that was before Rabbitohs fullback Inglis came across in cover to bring him down and make sure of the win.

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