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NRL News – Casualty Central after Round One Injuries

The 2022 NRL season kicked off with some massive unexpected blows, with some big names being sidelined, and others seasons coming to an end before they had even really begun.

Here is a list of round one casualties by club.

Parramatta Eels’ young winger Sean Russell has been sidelined indefinitely after incurring fractured ribs and a punctured lung, spending the night in hospital following his teams win against the Titans. He will be monitored over the following week to assess his recovery schedule.

Canberra Raiders hooker Josh Hodgson will miss the next fortnight, at least, due to a minor knee injury picked up in an awkward tackle in game one against the Sharks.

Moses Leota, key forward for the defending Premiers, Penrith Panthers, has been ruled out for at least eight weeks after sustaining a shoulder injury in the last moments of the season opener and win against Manly Sea Eagles.

The Warriors will suffer the loss of Shaun Johnson, Dallin Watene -Zelezniak and Viliami Vailea, all pulling up injured during their loss to the Dragons.

Watene – Zelezniak is expected to be out for 6-8 weeks after breaking his thumb. Vailea sustained an MCL injury in just his third NRL game seeing him sidelined for a month, while Johnson, who was playing his club return game after his departure in 2018, has been ruled out for four weeks after suffering a pectoral strain.

Melbourne Storm has also been hit with the trifecta, confirming the club’s worst nightmare with 2 from 3 players out for the season. Whilst Brendon Smith will miss 5 rounds with a broken hand, the 2022 season has ended for George Jennings, who suffered an ACL injury, and co-captain Christian Welch who sustained a ruptured achilles.

Welch was making his debut as co – captain after 10 years at the club and fought back tears as he spoke in an interview about the blow. He underwent surgery on Monday.

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