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Injury Report | Pre-Season

With pre-season just around the corner ahead of the 2019 NRL Telstra Premiership, here's the full Injury Report before the squad returns to training to begin their preparations for the new season.


Cooper Cronk sustained a scapula fracture late in the first half of the Preliminary Final against the South Sydney Rabbitohs, but was able to finish the match and play almost the entire 80 minutes of the Grand Final.

He received successful surgery in the off season which will see him fit for the start of the new season.


Zane Tetevano sustained a ruptured bicep in the 2018 NRL Grand Final.

The rupture was successfully repaired in the off season and he is not expected to miss any game time as a result.


New recruit Angus Crichton received surgery on his right shoulder to repair an on-going issue in the off season.

The surgery was successful and he's expected to be fit for the start of the new season.


Lindsay Collins received minor surgery on his wrist after dealing with a complaint throughout the 2018 season.

He will be fit for the start of the season.


Billy Smith tore his ACL while representing the Wyong Roos at the back end of the 2018 season.

His rehab has been on-going throughout the off season and will continue into the pre-season.

It is expected that the start of his season will be delayed.


New recruit Ryan Hall sustained an ACL tear midway through the Leeds Rhinos Super League season.

He will arrive at the Sydney Roosters and undergo a rehab program with the Club.

He will miss the start of the season as a result, with a return date to be determined after further assessment.


Bernard Lewis sustained an ACL tear in the 2018 pre-season that ruled him out for the entirety of the season.

After completing his rehab program successfully, he will be fit to return to full contact from the start of the pre-season.

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