Queenslander Lillyman played last game for Warriors?

Jacob Lillyman in action for the Warriors
Jacob Lillyman in action for the Warriors BRENDON RATNAYAKE

VETERAN Queensland prop Jacob Lillyman may have played his last game for the Warriors after sustaining an injury in their loss to South Sydney.

The 33-year-old prop, who comes out of contract at season's end after nine years at the club, left the field with a suspected torn bicep.

The Warriors play their final home match against Manly on Sunday before finishing the season away against Wests Tigers.

Bulldogs-bound playmaker Kieran Foran is also in doubt this week after suffering a back injury.

"It doesn't look good for Jacob at the moment," Warriors assistant coach Andrew McFadden told NZME.

"We will get scans to confirm that but it is very unlikely he will play any further part in the season.

"Kieran, not sure at the moment. It is a back injury so we will just have to wait and see how it responds."

McFadden admitted the Warriors were at the "bare bones" of their injury-depleted roster. They are facing an eighth straight loss this week.

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