April 15, 2024

After hurting his shoulder against the Sea Eagles, second-rower Jack Hetherington will have scans on Monday, and the Bulldogs will be worried about his health.

On Sunday night, Cowboys prop Cohen Hess and Broncos second-rower Jordan Riki had early ends to their respective games.

Riki exited the pitch in the 20th minute after taking a blow to the ribcage, while Hess left the game in the 10th minute due to a shoulder injury.

Both injuries were deemed significant enough that neither player continued to participate in the match.

Riki won’t be available in Round 4, according to Kevin Walters, although he will require scans this week.

Todd Payten expressed optimism that Hess would be ready to play next week or that he will be sidelined for a few weeks, but his second-rower appeared to be in good shape following the Broncos victory.

In the first half, Kobe Hetherington and Jake Turpin of the Broncos were both placed on report.

Ray Stone, the star of the Eels, tore his ACL over the course of Parramatta’s exciting 28-24 victory over the Storm, when he scored the game-winning golden point try.

Stone became Parramatta’s hero by grounding the ball while clearly in discomfort and suffering a severe knee injury.

On Monday, The Eels issued a statement confirming the worst.

After it was confirmed that Ray Stone had torn his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) during Saturday night’s game versus Melbourne, the statement said that Stone will not be playing in 2022.

“In the next few days, he will have surgery, after which he will start his recovery for the 2023 campaign.

After playing his final game with the Eels, Stone will join the Dolphins of Wayne Bennett in 2023.

Now that Maika Sivo, Ryan Matterson, Sean Russell, and Marata Niukore are out, Brad Arthur has a long list of injuries.

When he scored the game-winning golden point try in Parramatta’s thrilling 28-24 triumph over the Storm, Ray Stone, the hero of the Eels, tore his ACL.

Stone proved to be Parramatta’s hero, grounding the ball despite obviously being uncomfortable and having suffered a serious knee injury.

The Eels confirmed the worst in a statement released on Monday.

The announcement stated that Ray Stone will not be participating in 2022 after it was established that he had injured his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) during Saturday night’s game against Melbourne.

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After taking an elbow from Mitch Barnett, Panthers forward Chris Smith failed his HIA and was unable to play in the second half of his team’s game against the Knights.

Barnett was dismissed for the behaviour.

Coach Ivan Cleary of the Panthers stated after the game, “We will have to wait for scans, but he is not too bad.”

While Kurt Mann was injured, the Knights will be worried about the health of captain Tyson Frizell (knee).

Frizell stated, “It’s okay now, but we’ll see how I pull up tomorrow.”


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