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NRL: Moses out, Walker cleared, Fa’asuamaleaui’s season ends

2024 NRL Injury Update - Round 4

The Parramatta Eels faced a setback as their player, Mitch Moses, will be out of action for around two months due to a foot fracture suffered during their recent hard fought win against the Manly Sea Eagles in round 3 of the NRL Premiership.

This loss deals a blow to the team’s prospects with their playmaker sidelined.

On another note, the Sydney Roosters received good news as Sam Walker has been given the all clear to participate in the upcoming match against the Penrith Panthers after passing a Head Injury Assessment.

Despite some concerns following an incident in their game against the South Sydney Rabbitohs, independent medical experts have approved his return.

However, the Roosters are facing challenges with Lindsay Collins, Sandon Smith, and Billy Smith nursing injuries from the last few matches, ruling them out for round 4 against the Penrith Panthers.

Injuries are taking a toll across NRL teams as they grapple with setbacks.

The Gold Coast Titans were hit hard by captain Tino Fa’asuamaleauis season ending ACL injury sustained during Round 3 action. This injury dealt a blow to the Titans hopes for this season.

Various other clubs are also feeling the impact of the injury crisis within the league.

The Cronulla Sharks are eagerly awaiting updates, on the condition of their key forwards after a punishing round, while the Brisbane Broncos are dealing with Reece Walsh’s injury.

The New Zealand Warriors lineup is affected by injuries, and the St.George Illawarra Dragons are waiting for news on Jaydn Su’As’s health.

Meanwhile, the Melbourne Storm is looking forward to having their players after their break, but there are concerns, about Reimis Smith’s rib issue.

As teams face injuries they have to adjust and persevere highlighting the challenging and unyielding nature of rugby league and the battle of keeping a fit and competitive team during the demanding NRL season.

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