After suffering a severe beating at the hands of the Titans on Saturday, Warriors halfback Shaun Johnson now faces a hamstring injury that could prevent him from playing against the Broncos in Round 17.
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Although his No. 7 player was healthy going into the game, coach Andrew Webster revealed after the game that he had a hamstring injury during play and was clearly uncomfortable at the end.

“He’s got a tight hamstring, he’s got ice on it, so we’ll reassess where he’s at,” Webster explained.

“He could be fine for next week, but at the end of the game he looked like he was limping.”

Connor Tracey was lost by the Bulldogs later on Saturday due to a high shot that resulted in Roosters center Junior Pauga being sent off.

Tracey is probably going to miss Canterbury’s match against the Sharks next week, according to coach Cameron Ciraldo.

“He’s not feeling well,” Ciraldo declared after the game. “I’m disappointed we’re probably going to lose him for next week.”

Jayden Campbell, a playmaker for the Titans, has had his hand injury scanned following his team’s thrilling victory over the Warriors.

Following the game at Cbus Super Stadium, Campbell’s hand began to swell. Club medical professionals will evaluate him.
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Jack Bostock will miss Round 17 after the Dolphins lost him to a head injury earlier in the weekend, which occurred in just three minutes.

The winger will now be subject to the 11-day concussion protocol after it was determined that he had shown category one symptoms after a severe contact while attempting a tackle on Will Warbrick.

After recovering from his third knee repair, Adam Doueihi played his first game since Round 6 of last year, and the Wests Tigers welcomed Lachlan Galvin back from a hand injury on Sunday.

Prop Taniela Paseka will miss a significant amount of time for the Sea Eagles due to surgery to stabilize a fractured thumb she sustained in Round 15, while Reuben Garrick was sidelined for Round 16 due to a concussion.

Jake Arthur, who was also at Manly, experienced a stress fracture in his left foot and had a successful operation last week to stabilize it. He is anticipated to be out of commission for four months and will be kept in a boot for the foreseeable future.

Jesse McLean, a winger for the Panthers, was knocked unconscious during the Under 19 Origin match on Thursday at Leichhardt Oval after only two minutes of play.

After coming across in cover and catching Maroons winger Tyreece Tait’s hip, McLean—who has played three NRL games for the Panthers—was taken for a high-risk incident.

J’maine Hopgood, an Eels and Maroons forward, was sidelined for Origin Two due to a back injury, and he was not included in the team’s Round 15 match. Meanwhile, Kelma Tuilagi, another member of the team, suffered a thumb injury that may have contributed to his decision to not challenge a dangerous throw charge, earning him a maximum five-week ban.

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