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Injury report: Curran out until June with knee injury

Vodafone Warriors second rower Josh Curran is facing another month on the sideline as he recovers from the knee injury that forced him off the field during the Anzac Day clash against Melbourne.

Scans have confirmed the 22-year-old has a high grade MCL (medial collateral ligament) injury to his right knee.

It’s hoped he’ll be fit to return against Manly Warringah on June 4.

Centre Jesse Arthars faces up to four weeks out after being diagnosed with a moderate AC injury to his left shoulder picked up just before halftime in last Saturday’s encounter with the Canberra Raiders. He’s expected to be available again for the round 12 match against Newcastle.

Standoff Chanel Harris-Tavita is facing a four-week layoff after having surgery to repair a ruptured testicle he suffered in a friendly fire incident in tackle against the Storm. He could be in line to return in round 11.

Close to a comeback is captain Tohu Harris, who has been on the casualty list since his ACL injury suffered in the round 18 match against Penrith last July.

Harris could be back for the Magic Round match against South Sydney next weekend or the round 11 encounter with the Dragons on May 21.   


Tom Ale Knee Mid-season
Jesse Arthars Shoulder Round 12
Josh Curran Knee Round 13
Tohu Harris Knee Round 10-11
Chanel Harris-Tavita Groin Round 10-11
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