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Injury Update (from the club)

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Eagles2nv, Feb 22, 2016.

  1. Eagles2nv

    Eagles2nv New Team, New Beginnings 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Brett Stewart: Suffered a tight hamstring injury in Ipswich trial. Expected back Round 1.

    Tom Trbojevic: Suffered an ankle sprain injury in Ipswich trial. Expected back Round 1.

    Api Koroisau: Underwent off season shoulder surgery. Expected back Round 1.

    Lewis Brown: Underwent off season minor knee surgery. Expected back Round 1.

    Matt Parcell: Suffered a hamstring injury in the Auckland Nines tournament. Expected back Round 1.

    Feleti Mateo: Missed last weekend’s trial with a virus. Expected back Round 1.

    Isaac John: Missed last weekend’s trial with a virus. Expected back Round 1.

    Jamie Buhrer: Suffered a broken jaw in the Auckland Nines. Out for a further four to six weeks.

    Jayden Hodges: Suffered an ACL knee injury in the Auckland Nines. Out for the season.

    http://www.seaeagles.com.au/news/2016/02/22/elastoplast_injury_n.html
     
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    • robbiea

      robbiea Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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      Apart from the last two, I would say that is pretty good news.Bring on round one already...
       
    • PONTIAN SEA EAGLE

      PONTIAN SEA EAGLE Well-Known Member

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      Wow all expected back round 1.Hopefully injuries aren't as bad as thought.
       
    • Ryan

      Ryan Well-Known Member

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      I'm completely intrigues guys on how Barrett will run with his number 9's. I mean, Parcell to start, with Brown coming off the bench IF needed in that role, but if Parcell is having a blinder, Brown goes into the backrow is my choice.

      But where does that leave Api?

      And I hope JB makes a speedy recovery. They have had out 4-6 weeks 2.5 weeks straight - does that means he's getting re-diagnosed, and there are delays, or does that mean round 2-3 backdated?
       
    • Chip and Chase

      Chip and Chase True Supporter Staff Member Administrator Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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      Good to see some communication on the injury front. I can see why they would want to be a bit cagey sometimes on publicly declaring injury status, but it's nice to see the club making the effort. Let's hope it continues through the season
       
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      • mjb136

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        Only concern is Snake it seems. Hope they manage him properly, need him on the field as much as possible.
         
      • Fluffy

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        They can try and be cagey but the returns or out injured that are not official from the club are known long before kick off by the fans, longer by those who make their money that way (lurker et al) so no doubt the opposition know as much if not more than the reporters so it has very little impact if any.
         
      • Oliver

        Oliver Active Member

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        Apparently Turbo's injury is worse than they're saying, maybe ligament damage.
         
      • brad

        brad Well-Known Member

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        Either way Api or parcell off the bench for impact we cant go wrong. As far as buhrer is concerned backdated should be right for round 3.
         
      • Alby

        Alby Active Member

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        Where did you hear this?
         
      • ALinda

        ALinda Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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        I heard round 3. He's back training so here's hoping!
         
      • Ryan

        Ryan Well-Known Member

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        Ok, where did you hear / read this?
         
      • Rex

        Rex Well-Known Member

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        Basic immediate treatment for sprains:
        ... ice to the injured area as soon as you can to reduce swelling. On the first day, you should apply ice every 20 to 30 minutes, three to four times per day. Afterward, it should be applied every three to four hours for the next two days.
        http://www.healthline.com/health/ankle-sprain#Treatment5

        If as reported Tom didn't ice the sprain, then the medical team have dropped the ball on this one.
         
      • Mark from Brisbane

        Mark from Brisbane Living the dream Premium Member

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        Or it's minor, which is more likely
         
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        • Rex

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          Yes. And it was significant enough for Barrett to report it as a concern and to be unsure after the game (and still) whether Tom could play in two weeks time. Immediate ice was always the professional treatment IMO.
           
        • midsteyne

          midsteyne Well-Known Member

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          he rolled over forward on it in the nines with someone on top of his leg,it looked bad then,not a simple side roll
           

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