Utility back Adam Keighran has joined the Vodafone Warriors’ growing injury list after suffering a knee injury in a training session in Tamworth on Monday night.
The 23-year-old is expected to have surgery this week and faces an extended period on the sideline.
The 2019 rookie made his seventh NRL appearance replacing an unavailable Peta Hiku in the centres in the Vodafone Warriors’ second-round clash against Canberra before the 2020 season was suspended.
Keighran becomes the third player lost to injury in the space of four days while in quarantine in Tamworth.
Prop Leeson Ah Mau will have season-ending surgery in Sydney this week after falling to a pectoral injury last Friday and loose forward Jazz Tevaga faces a period on the sideline after he also picked up a knee injury late last week.