2018 Casualty Ward

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    Beale to miss Warriors' season start


    Thu 09 Nov, 2017, 4:10pm
    Angelo Risso, AAP



    Warriors recruit and Kiwi utility back Gerard Beale will miss up to eight weeks of next year's NRL campaign as he recovers from a broken leg.

    The 27-year-old Beale collapsed in New Zealand's 38-8 Rugby League World Cup pool win over Toa Samoa in late October and underwent surgery.

    While he appeared to injure himself with no contact, coach David Kidwell later told reporters Beale had hurt himself making an earlier tackle.

    His recovery time has been projected at six months, ruling the ex-Cronulla player out for the remainder of the World Cup and around eight weeks of the 2018 NRL season.

    Recuperating in Auckland, Beale has been in regular contact with Kidwell and the rest of his Kiwis teammates as they look to progress through Pool B.

    They'll play Tonga on Saturday for top spot in their pool.

    Dean Whare covered admirably for Beale in last week's 74-6 thumping of Scotland, while Peta Hiku is also capable of stepping up.

    Kidwell was thwarted in his attempts last week to nominate a replacement for Beale. Rugby League World Cup guidelines allow for player replacements, but only if injuries leave a team short in a particular position.

    "It's not possible - through the Rugby League World Cup rules, you have to wait until your stocks are depleted," Kidwell said this week.

    "There's 24 committed guys in the jersey and Gerard's still part of this team, still feels like he belongs and, whenever he can, he'll be part of this."

    Elsewhere, the Warriors confirmed Tongan centre Solomone Kata would have surgery on a broken foot suffered in the 32-18 World Cup win over Samoa.

    He will be ready in January to begin pre-season training.


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    Storm's Sandor Earl suffers ACL injury


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    Sandor Earl's NRL comeback is over before it began with the 28-year-old Storm winger tearing his ACL at training.

    The injury will require surgery and all but ends Earl's hopes of returning to the NRL in 2018.

    Earl played 48 NRL games for the Roosters, Panthers and Raiders before being banned for four years from August 2013 following an ASADA investigation into the use of illegal performance-enhancing drugs.

    With his ban expired, Earl was thrown a lifeline by the Storm ahead of the 2018 season, however the club announced on Wednesday that Earl had suffered an ACL injury at training and would require surgery.

    "Scans [Wednesday] revealed the extent of the 28-year old's injury to his right knee, following an innocuous non-contact drill," the Storm stated.

    Melbourne Storm football director Frank Ponissi said everyone at the Storm was "devastated" for Earl.

    "He is understandably shattered at the moment and we will support him in every way on and off the field to assist Sandor's return back to playing," Ponissi said.

    "While he has only been with the club a short time, he has earned the respect of the coaches and players in the way he has approached training and embraced the standards and values of our club.

    "We have no doubt he will approach his rehab with the same impressive attitude."

    Earl shared the news via a Facebook post.

    "This is by far my most heartbreaking post to date!" Earl wrote.

    "Unfortunately [Tuesday] during a skills session I tore my ACL.

    "As many of you may know this is the one injury all athletes wish to avoid. It is a freak accident and a tough pill to swallow.

    "I couldn't have done anymore in preparation and in effort. I was truly working towards something great this pre-season. The Melbourne Storm have not only taken me on as a team mate and family but been amazing through this transition and awful news.

    "This is not the way I envisioned repaying such an amazing club, however it's not over yet.

    "If I hadn't already I'm looking to set new standards to the definition comeback.

    "I will now shift my focus to rehab and being the best clubman I can be to return bigger and better and make an impact at this great club.

    "I appreciate everyone's support to date. Although some may be upset I can only ask that you push me to new heights to achieve something special over this next period."


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    BRONCOS

    New recruit Jack Bird is the player in most doubt after having surgery to repair his shoulder late in the year. Anthony Milford also had surgery but has healed well and is on track to start the season. Darius Boyd struggled in the final stages of the season with a hamstring issue but has overcome that injury, while forward Korbin Sims has healed his broken arm.

    Jack Bird (Shoulder, Round 1-4)

    Andrew McCullough (ACL, Round 1)

    Anthony Milford (Shoulder, Round 1)

    Kodi Nikorima (Appendicitis, trials)

    BULLDOGS

    After a scare with his heart, Greg Eastwood has resumed training following corrective surgery for an irregular heartbeat. Kieran Foran has had a string of injuries, most notably his lower back and hamstring but has resumed a fill training load and ready for round one.

    Adam Elliott (Ankle, Trials)

    PANTHERS

    Tyrone May is still recovering from his ACL injury suffered in the semi-final and new recruit Tyrone Phillips tore his pec late in the year and will miss the first half of the season.

    Tyrone May (ACL, Round 5)

    Tyrone Phillips (pectoral tear, round 15)

    COWBOYS

    John Asiata required off-season surgery to repair his broken hand, while Kane Linnett had work done to his elbow but both men are poised to play round one. The same goes for their captains. Matt Scott has rehabilitated his ACL injury, while Johnathan Thurston’s shoulder is no longer a concern.

    Shaun Fensom (Broken leg, Round 1-3)

    Josh Chudleigh (ACL, Indefinite)

    TITANS

    They will start the year without new recruit Jack Stockwell who is their only player confined to the rehab group due to a shoulder issue. Winger Anthony Don is training but unlikely to start round one due to a shoulder injury suffered last year. Nathan Peats has fully recovered from shoulder surgery to dominate the pre-season training.

    Max King (heart, Trials)

    Anthony Don (Shoulder, Round 1-2)

    Jack Stockwell (Shoulder, Round 3-4)

    WARRIORS

    New recruit Gerard Beale suffered a broken leg while for New Zealand in the World Cup.

    He is the only player not set to start the season.

    Gerard Beale (Broken leg, Round 10)

    Solomone Kata (Foot, Trials)

    EELS

    Gun back Clint Gutherson is on track to return from an ACL injury with a round one return pencilled in.

    Clint Gutherson (ACL, Round 1-3)

    Kane Evans (Broken arm, Trials)

    Tony Williams (ACL, Trials)

    DRAGONS

    The Dragons have no concerns ahead of round one.

    RAIDERS

    Josh Hodgson is ruptured his ACL playing for England in the World Cup. He’s pencilled in for a late season return.

    Josh Hodgson (ACL, Round 20)

    TIGERS

    Young gun Moses Suli is struggling to overcome stress fractures in his ankle. He and fellow youngster Jacob Liddle (shoulder) are unlikely to start the season.

    Jacob Liddle (Shoulder, Indefinite)

    Moses Suli (Ankle, Indefinite)

    Chris McQueen (Neck, Trials)

    STORM

    Sandor Earl will miss the season due to an ACL injury but Christian Welch is set to return in round one after recovering from his ACL injury.

    Sandor Earl (ACL, Season)

    Christian Welch (ACL, Round 1)

    SHARKS

    The Sharks have no concerns ahead of round one.

    Andrew Fifita (Ankle, Trials)

    Matt Moylan (Knee, Trials)

    Kurt Capewell (Ankle, Trials)

    SEA EAGLES

    Jake Trbojevic tore his pec playing for Australia in the World Cup but has recovered to play round one. Dylan Walker is their only concern after he broke his leg and dislocated ankle while representing the Prime Minister’s XIII.

    Jake Trbojevic (Pectoral, Round 1)

    Dylan Walker (lower leg and ankle, Round 5)

    Jorge Taufua (ACL, Round 1)

    ROOSTERS

    The club has no concerns.

    RABBITOHS

    Greg Inglis is back running and ready to start the season.

    Greg Inglis (ACL, Trials)

    Connor Tracey (ACL, Round 1)


    https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nr...s/news-story/5ce4320adc397506719580af6ae774e0
     
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    BRONCOS


    New recruit Jack Bird is the player in most doubt after having surgery to repair his shoulder late in the year. Anthony Milford also had surgery but has healed well and is on track to start the season. Darius Boyd struggled in the final stages of the season with a hamstring issue and has suffered a setback that has him in doubt for the trials while forward Korbin Sims has healed his broken arm.

    Jack Bird (Shoulder, Round 1-4)

    Andrew McCullough (ACL, Round 1)

    Anthony Milford (Shoulder, Round 1)

    Darius Boyd (Hamstring, trials)

    Kodi Nikorima (Appendicitis, trials)

    Jordan Kahu (Groin, Trials)

    Troy Dargan (Hamstring, Round 1)

    BULLDOGS

    After a scare with his heart, Greg Eastwood has resumed training following corrective surgery for an irregular heartbeat. Kieran Foran has had a string of injuries, most notably his lower back and hamstring but has resumed a full training load and ready for round one.

    Adam Elliott (Ankle, Trials)

    Moses Suli (Ankle, Indefinite)

    RABBITOHS

    Greg Inglis is back running and ready to start the season.

    Adam Reynolds (foot, Round 1)

    Greg Inglis (ACL, Round 1)

    PANTHERS

    Flyer Dallin Watene-Zelezniak injured his ankle in a contact drill before falling awkwardly.

    Tyrone May is still recovering from his ACL injury suffered in the semi-final and new recruit Tyrone Phillips tore his pec late in the year and will miss the first half of the season.

    Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (Ankle, Early Rounds)

    Tyrone May (ACL, Round 5)

    Tyrone Phillips (pectoral tear, round 10)

    COWBOYS

    John Asiata required off-season surgery to repair his broken hand, while Kane Linnett had work done to his elbow but both men are poised to play round one. The same goes for their captains. Lachlan Coote injured his hamstring at training and will miss their first trial.

    Shaun Fensom (Broken leg, Round 1-3)

    Josh Chudleigh (ACL, Early Rounds)

    Lachlan Coote (Hamstring, Trials)

    STORM

    Sandor Earl will miss the season due to an ACL injury.

    Sam Kasiano (Ankle, Round 1)

    Christian Welch (ACL, Round 1)

    WARRIORS

    New recruit Gerard Beale suffered a broken leg while for New Zealand in the World Cup.

    He is the only player not set to start the season.

    Gerard Beale (Broken leg, Round 10)

    Solomone Kata (Foot, Trials)

    TITANS

    They will start the year without new recruit Jack Stockwell who is their only player confined to the rehab group due to a shoulder issue. Winger Anthony Don is training but unlikely to start round one due to a shoulder injury suffered last year. Nathan Peats has fully recovered from shoulder surgery to dominate the pre-season training.

    Max King (heart, Trials)

    Anthony Don (Shoulder, Round 1-2)

    Jack Stockwell (Shoulder, Round 3-4)

    Kevin Proctor (Throat, Trials)

    EELS

    Gun back Clint Gutherson is on track to return from an ACL injury with a round one return pencilled in.

    Jaeman Salmon (neck, Round 1)

    Clint Gutherson (ACL, Round 1-3)

    Kane Evans (Broken arm, Trials)

    Tony Williams (ACL, Trials)

    DRAGONS

    Nene Macdonald (foot ligament, Trials)

    RAIDERS

    Josh Hodgson is ruptured his ACL playing for England in the World Cup. He’s pencilled in for a late season return.

    Josh Hodgson (ACL, Round 20)

    Joseph Tapine (knee, Trials)

    TIGERS

    Hooker Jacob Liddle (shoulder) are unlikely to start the season.

    Jacob Liddle (Shoulder, Round 3-4)

    Chris McQueen (Neck, Trials)

    SHARKS

    Wade Graham injured a finger during training. He needed surgery to fix the damage but will be fine for the trials.

    Andrew Fifita (Ankle, Trials)

    Matt Moylan (Knee, Trials)

    Kurt Capewell (Ankle, Trials)

    Wade Graham (finger, Trials)

    SEA EAGLES

    Jake Trbojevic tore his pec playing for Australia in the World Cup but has recovered to play round one. Dylan Walker is their only concern after he broke his leg and dislocated his ankle while representing the Prime Minister’s XIII.

    Jake Trbojevic (Pectoral, Round 1)

    Dylan Walker (lower leg and ankle, Round 5)

    Jorge Taufua (ACL, Round 1)

    ROOSTERS

    Luke Keary (Jaw, Round 1)


    https://www.foxsports.com.au/nrl/nr...l/news-story/b70342913f00516b9de18d705ba02e70
     
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    Roughie told last night Reynolds has actually torn the hammie from the bone and the whisper is a round 17 return.

    Hope that is not true poor guy!
     
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    BRONCOS

    Jack Bird — Shoulder — Round 4

    Andre Savelio — ACL — Season

    Troy Dargan — Hamstring — Round 3

    Jordan Kahu — Broken Jaw — Round 9-12

    BULLDOGS

    Josh Cleeland — Ankle — Indefinite

    EELS

    Jaeman Salmon — Neck — Round 3

    Greg Leleisiuao — Knee — Round 3

    Tony Williams — Suspension — Round 3

    Peni Terepo — Hamstring — Round 3

    Clint Gutherson — Knee — Round 8

    Kenny Edwards — Ankle — Round 3

    Cameron King — Head — Indefinite

    SHARKS

    Kyle Flanagan — Thumb — Round 3

    Braden Uele — Ribs — Round 4

    Luke Lewis — Foot — Round 4-6

    Sione Katoa — Jaw — Round 11

    DRAGONS

    Jordan Pereira — Foot sprain — Round 3

    Jacob Host — Calf — Round 3

    Mitch Allgood — Ear/knee — Round 3

    PANTHERS

    Tyrone May — ACL — Round 5

    Tyrone Phillips — Pectoral tear — Round 8

    Tim Browne — Ruptured bowel — Indefinite

    Sam McKendry — Knee — Round 3

    RABBITOHS

    Adam Reynolds — Knee — Round 4-6

    Kyle Turner — Shoulder — Round 2-3

    Zane Musgrove — Ankle — Indefinite

    Jesse Arthars — Shoulder — Round 3

    Campbell Graham — Hand — TBC

    Lucky Ta’avale — Ankle — Round 3

    ROOSTERS

    Bernard Lewis — ACL — Season

    Daniel Tupou — Pectoral — Indefinite

    Mitchell Aubusson — Head gash — Round 3

    RAIDERS

    Josh Hodgson — ACL — Round 20

    Michael Oldfield — Hamstring — Round 2

    Joe Tapine — Finger — TBC

    Raiders — Joey Leilua — Ankle — TBC

    Raiders — Charlie Gubb — Groin — TBC

    WESTS TIGERS

    Josh Reynolds — Hamstring — Round 5

    Jacob Liddle — Shoulder — Round 3-4

    Tui Lolohea — Knee — Round 3

    TITANS

    Jack Stockwell — Shoulder -Round 4-7

    Jarrod Wallace — Suspension — Round 3

    Ryan Simpkins — Knee — Round 5

    Brenko Lee — Knee — Round 4

    Brendan Elliott — Ankle — Round 5

    Ash Taylor — Hamstring — Round 3-4

    STORM

    Sandor Earl — ACL — Late July

    Jahrome Hughes — Shoulder — Round 5-6

    Ryley Jacks — Concussion — Round 3

    Cheyse Blair — Knee — Round 7

    Felise Kaufusi — Hamstring — Round 3-4

    SEA EAGLES

    Dylan Walker — Leg and ankle — Round 5

    Darcy Lussick — Ankle — Round 3

    COWBOYS

    Michael Morgan — Abdominal — Round 3

    Shaun Fensom Broken leg — Round 3

    Lachlan Coote — Hamstring — Round 3

    Kane Linnett — Pectoral — Round 13

    WARRIORS

    Simon Mannering — Shoulder — Round 3

    Gerard Beale — Broken leg — Round 10

    Nathaniel Roache — Back — Season

    Isaiah Papali’i — Knee — TBC


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    Tim Browne reveals details of his harrowing injury, with damage to his bowel, kidney and spleen


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    PENRITH prop Tim Browne has revealed the harrowing details behind the injury that led to part of his small intestine being removed in emergency surgery.

    Browne has previously suffered a fractured skull and been knocked out on a rugby league field but he says the pain after Saturday’s reserve grade accident was the worst he’s experienced.

    The 30-year-old was left on his haunches after taking an innocuous hit-up and playing the ball in the NSW Cup game against North Sydney at Panthers Stadium.

    At first he thought he was winded but later discovered his bowel was ruptured and he had suffered damage to his kidneys and spleen.

    “I thought I was winded at the time, when I took some time to breathe and get it right. But something wasn’t right and I collapsed and couldn’t get off the ground,” he told the Panthers website from his bed in Nepean Hospital.

    “(The doctor) said he only sees these sorts of injuries in a car accident or a motorbike handle going through the side. He’s never dealt with this on the field, that’s for sure.

    “It was probably the worst pain I’ve ever experienced but we got through it.”

    Browne spent two nights in intensive care and was still unable to eat or drink water late on Tuesday.

    “They had to remove 3cm of my small intestine and then join it up (in surgery),” Browne said.

    “I took some damage to my spleen but I woke up and they told me it didn’t need to remove it. It will repair itself.

    “The kidneys also took a hit but they’re fine. They’re coming good now.”

    Browne is no stranger to serious injury.

    The 103-game player for Canterbury and Penrith had three plates inserted in his forehead in 2014 following friendly fire from Bulldogs teammate Dale Finucane.

    The following April he was knocked out for more than 30 seconds after a high hit from Tyson Frizell. He later said it was the fifth concussion of his career.

    But Browne’s latest injury has him stumped.

    “There was nothing in it. It was a standard carry that any forward would do. I’m left scratching my head. Nothing different over anything I’ve done in my whole career,” Browne said.

    “Just everything about it was wrong place, wrong time.”


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    ROUND 3 INJURIES

    Sharks — Matt Moylan — hamstring — Round 4

    Panthers — Nathan Cleary — knee — Round 14

    Broncos — Corey Oates — hip — TBC

    Broncos — Tevita Pangai Jr — hamstring — TBC

    Tigers — Benji Marshall — ankle (scans)

    Storm — Kenny Bromwich — back — indefinite

    Tigers — Malakai Watene-Zelezniak — hip — TBC

    Eels — Jarryd Hayne — hip flexor — TBC

    Eels — Bevan French — shoulder — TBC

    Eels — Kane Evans - Concussion — TBC

    Sharks — Jayson Bukuya — Groin — Round 4

    Sharks — Josh Dugan — groin — Round 4


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