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  1. mt.wellington
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    Warriors Injury Thread 2019

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    Surgery for Tuivasa-Sheck on Friday
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    Wed 12 Sep 2018, 02:28 PM

    Vodafone Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has been booked in for surgery on his injured left knee on Friday.

    He was helped from the field 27 minutes into the club’s sudden-death week one NRL finals clash against Penrith at ANZ Stadium last Saturday.

    He has been diagnosed with a medial ligament and meniscal injury.

    His expected recovery time is yet to be determined.

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    League: Veteran hooker Issac Luke expected to re-sign with Warriors on one-year deal for next season
    2 Oct, 2018 12:46pm
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    Issac Luke of the Warriors throws the ball away after dropping it during the round 25 NRL match between the New Zealand Warriors and the Manly Sea Eagles. Photo / Getty Images.

    Veteran hooker Issac Luke has agreed to take up a new one-year deal with the Warriors for next season with the club hoping to complete the signing in the next couple of days.

    It's understood Luke has accepted a heavily reduced offer to remain in Auckland after talks to join Newcastle broke down following news he requires shoulder surgery which could keep him sidelined until March next year.

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    Karl Lawton shoulder surgery...

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    Damn broken screws in his shoulder.....ouch.

    This is the time of year we find out some of the injuries the guys have been playing with that haven't been reported on during the season.
     
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    Played pretty well considering his shoulder was rooted.That sort of injury hampers the best of them even Cooper Cronk wasn't that great with only one arm.
     
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    i have been lead to believe that most countries remove the screws after healing is complete but for some reason, probably cost, that NZ doesnt. This probably shows why they do elsewhere.
     
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    Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck underwent knee surgery in late September and is back training with the main squad. Issac Luke will miss most of the 2019 pre-season after undergoing a shoulder reconstruction. The injury will keep him out of contact training until March.
     
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    I've often wondered if we got more injuries than other teams. Last year we had a decent run but prior to that we seemed cursed- there was like 4 or 5 years where we just couldn't get our spine on the field together.
    This article doesn't really answer the question but it is interesting mt smart comes in 3rd for most injuries.
    There's a few other interesting tidbits in there as well.

    Suncorp Stadium revealed as NRL’s venue with highest injury risk

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    Brisbane’s Suncop Stadium has been revealed as the venue with the highest injury risk in the NRL last season, according to the NRL’s 2018 Injury Surveillance Report.

    The study involved data from all 16 clubs, including 439 players who partook in the 2018 NRL season.

    Suncorp recorded a league-high 8.0 per cent risk of injuries to players, also topping all venues with an average of 2.7 casualties per game.

    Gold Coast’s Cbus Super Stadium was narrowly behind Suncorp with a 7.8 per cent injury risk to players while equalling the average injuries per contest.

    Link has been hidden. Please Register to view.’s Mt Smart Stadium came in third with a 6.4 per cent injury risk.

    Interestingly, Suncorp will host all eight matches in the 2019 round nine fixture as part of the league’s inaugural Magic Round, but NRL head of football Graham Annesley had no concerns with the Broncos’ home ground.

    “There’s no question that Suncorp is a first-class stadium with a quality surface and on this occasion, I would think the (2018) figures are skewed by nothing more than bad luck,’’ Annesley told the Daily Telegraph.

    “Eight games over four days (next year) is an unusual amount of traffic and the weather will play a role in that as well.

    “But we’ll definitely be talking to the venue about how of paramount, is the health and safety of the players.’’

    Despite ranking behind Suncorp with regards to risk of injury, Brookvale Oval in NSW’s northern beaches accounted for the most games missed by injury at a league-high 9.9 per cent.

    The study also revealed that 88.6 per cent of players suffered an injury in 2018, with front-rowers suffering the most casualties followed by back-rowers.

    Tackling an opponent accounted 31.3 per cent of injuries, and the most common injuries were to the head (23.5 per cent) followed by upper leg/thigh (17.4 per cent).


     
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    I wonder how many injuries occur when the player runs/slides off the playing surface into an advertising board or onto concrete/some other non-grass-like surface and there's no other player tackling them?
     
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    Can't really remember that happening in the NRL?

    Seen it a few times in games played in the UK though.
     
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    Isaac Luke to start contact training end of Jan. Nat Roache did a hamstring b4 Christmas - will he ever make it back onto the park?
     
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    Damn looks like my Ben Henry comment jinxed him...my bad guys:p:D
     
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    Come on down Brendon Smith
     
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