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Great shame for Tomi that. Looking for a breakthrough season. Speedy recovery.

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Originally posted by stradeyscarlet72 stradeyscarlet72 wrote:

[QUOTE=thommo]Feared far worse for Johnny initially. Up to 8 weeks is a lot less than it looked aat the time.  
Agreed. Really thought that Jonny was going to be out for a very long time.  As it works out eight weeks isn’t ideal but not as bad as we feared.  Desperately sorry for Tomi but so relieved for Leigh .
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[QUOTE=thommo]Feared far worse for Johnny initially. Up to 8 weeks is a lot less than it looked aat the time.  
Agreed. Really thought that Jonny was going to be out for a very long time.  As it works out eight weeks isn’t ideal but not as bad as we feared.  Desperately sorry for Tomi but so relieved for Leigh .
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Feared far worse for Johnny initially. Up to 8 weeks is a lot less than it looked aat the time. 
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Speedy recovery to Tomi and Johnny, postive news about Halfpenny
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Johnny McNicholl injured his ankle late on in the game against Toulon last weekend. Johnny has started his rehabilitation and is expected to be unavailable for up to eight weeks.

Leigh Halfpenny was removed for a Head Injury Assessment in the second half against Toulon. Leigh has completed the HIA process and is back in full training.

Tomi Lewis has this week undergone surgery for a significant knee injury sustained in training. Tomi has the support of all at Scarlets as he begins the long road to recovery that lies ahead of him. It is estimated that his rehabilitation will be in the region of 12 months.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote aber-fan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 November 2019 at 8:54am
Originally posted by Sandman Sandman wrote:

Originally posted by supertaf supertaf wrote:

Im almost sorry I started this thread. Incredible over thinking by several writers. All we need to know is - Player X out for 4 weeks - knee injury. I'm quite sure there is nothing in GDPR, contractual obligations or anything else that says that can't be published.
Taylor Davies out for 6-8 weeks knee injury. No surgery, just rehab. 

That's good news if it proves to be the right decision... let's just hope in 8 weeks' time, they don't say that it hasn't settled, and that he needs the knife anyway - as has happened a few times in the past. Best of luck to Taylor.
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Originally posted by supertaf supertaf wrote:

Im almost sorry I started this thread. Incredible over thinking by several writers. All we need to know is - Player X out for 4 weeks - knee injury. I'm quite sure there is nothing in GDPR, contractual obligations or anything else that says that can't be published.
Taylor Davies out for 6-8 weeks knee injury. No surgery, just rehab. 
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Originally posted by Fscarlet Fscarlet wrote:

Was it Connor Murray who stopped details of his injury getting out, for fear that it could stop clubs looking at him in the future?
Heaslip too. I can see that becoming more common in future. 
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I am surprised Hadleigh is considered fit to play
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Originally posted by Fscarlet Fscarlet wrote:

Was it Connor Murray who stopped details of his injury getting out, for fear that it could stop clubs looking at him in the future?
You can't sign for a club without a medical exam!!
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Was it Connor Murray who stopped details of his injury getting out, for fear that it could stop clubs looking at him in the future?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote aber-fan Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 November 2019 at 1:21pm
Originally posted by supertaf supertaf wrote:

Im almost sorry I started this thread. Incredible over thinking by several writers. All we need to know is - Player X out for 4 weeks - knee injury. I'm quite sure there is nothing in GDPR, contractual obligations or anything else that says that can't be published.

I sympathise.

Some of the major French clubs include an 'Infirmary' section on their websites, which includes ridiculously detailed information about the injuries their players have, along with estimates of when they will be fit to return to play, for example Clermont (which seems almost a model of how a professional rugby club should present itself):


I see no reason why such info should not be published 'over here' with the players' consent. It would put a stop to futile and pointless speculation.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote supertaf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 November 2019 at 11:03am
Im almost sorry I started this thread. Incredible over thinking by several writers. All we need to know is - Player X out for 4 weeks - knee injury. I'm quite sure there is nothing in GDPR, contractual obligations or anything else that says that can't be published.
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Originally posted by solva solva wrote:

Loads of them round London like. In Essex Kent  Surrey etc. Old Mr Giles for instance. Got that farm down Guildford way. Never heard of him? That’s a pain.  

Well, thanks for the clue - I eventually checked using Mr Google. Not a pleasant condition (I speak from experience).

Of course, I browsed a bit, as one does, and came across some other intriguing farmer-related sayings. I'm sure you would not fancy a 'farmer's breakfast', or 'farmers' omelette' - still less 'farmer love'!

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote solva Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 November 2019 at 1:51pm
Loads of them round London like. In Essex Kent  Surrey etc. Old Mr Giles for instance. Got that farm down Guildford way. Never heard of him? That’s a pain.  
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