Hull KR star Adam Quinlan has played the last game for the club, Tony Smith has revealed.
Both Quinlan and Jordan Abdull sustained injuries in the 23-16 loss to Catalans Dragons on Monday, with the latter suffering a fractured thumb during the game and is set to miss up to five weeks of action.
Head Coach, Tony Smith said “It’s unfortunate to lose Jordan, he’s been in such great form. But, it gives somebody else an opportunity.
“Jordan will go away and work really hard on parts of his game that he can develop while he’s recovering, he understands that, and he’ll take it in his stride.”
The dislocated shoulder sustained by Adam Quinlan will require surgery – ending his season.
Tony Smith noted: “In-game this season, Adam’s shoulder has come out three or four times but in training, it’s come out a few times as well.
“We need to take care of Adam, and put him before the team – it’s a tough one because he puts the team before him. It’s sad he’s going to have an operation on it and that he’s played his final game for the season.
“He’s still going to participate in many ways off-field and help the team along the way for one of his most successful seasons.
“It’s a sad one for us, and a sad one for Quinny”.
Korbin Sims will be available for Rovers on Sunday though, with the forward overcoming a slight ankle injury.