- Aug 28, 2010
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Thanks for the update, pity we cant log into the web site to get the info.The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs can provide the latest injury update heading into Round 14 of the NRL premiership.
Centre Jake Averillo suffered a hip pointer injury during the side’s loss to the Melbourne Storm in Round 13.
Averillo left the field after 16 minutes and failed to return. The 19-year old has improved over the last 48 hours and will be available for selection this week.
Will Hopoate will re-join the main squad this week as he continues to recover from an ankle syndesmosis injury. The outside back is still 1 to 2 weeks away from returning to play.
Rookie Isaiah Tass has made a full recovery from a ruptured PCL to his left knee and is back at full training.
Adam Elliott is still in a brace following shoulder surgery and he will look to start his physio and rehab programs over the next few weeks.
Meanwhile, Joe Stimson continues to improve and build on his running, skills and strength program as he works his way back from two shoulder operations earlier in the season.
So apart from Okunbor and Cotric (origin) we should have everyone else ready for a full pre seasonSource ; https://www.bulldogs.com.au/news/2020/10/12/injury-update-okunbor-sidelined-with-acl-injury/
"During the club’s final match against the Penrith Panthers, Jayden Okunbor left the field with a serious knee injury and it can be confirmed he suffered an ACL injury to his left knee. The outside back underwent surgery last week and will be sidelined for up to nine months."
"Adam Elliott played in eight matches in 2020, before sustaining a season-ending shoulder injury against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in round eight. When the team assembles for pre-season in early November, the back-rower will be restricted with the contact sessions, but will join his teammates for conditioning, weights and skills.
After suffering a season ending shoulder injury in round two against the North Queensland Cowboys, Joe Stimson will be back on deck when the team assembles for the pre-season having fully recovered from two shoulder operations.
Meanwhile, both Dylan Napa (knee) and Matt Doorey (knee), who both missed matches towards the back end of the season, will be back to full training when preparations begin for 2021.
Raymond Faitala-Mariner failed to finish the final game of the season after picking up a minor ankle injury, but the 2020 coaches award winner will be fit and ready to go come early November.