“Terry took a knock towards the end but it doesn’t look too bad at this stage,” Chester told his club’s official website.
“We’ll get him scanned and assessed over the weekend but on first look, we’re confident it’s hopefully not too bad.”
The Robins coach felt that his team had performed poorly in the game, which ended in 22-30 defeat.
“We had quite a bit of field position in the second half but we panicked with the ball and thought we had to score on every tackle,” he said.
“I’m most disappointed with our energy and our attitude in the first half. We gave ourselves too much to do and I didn’t think the effort or the line speed was there.
“I told them how disappointed I was at half-time and full-time.”