Leeds Rhinos have been buoyed by the news that two of their long-term injured players are back in training with an eye to returning in the upcoming months.
Prop Tom Holroyd has not featured yet this season after suffering an injury at Featherstone in a pre-season game however he is now entering the final stages of his rehabilitation as he looks to return to full training in the coming weeks.
Full back Richie Myler suffered a groin injury in the opening game of the season against Warrington which required surgery. However, he was all smiles back on the sidelines this week as he awaits medical clearance to begin the next stage of his rehabilitation. He is still a number of weeks away from returning to full training but is making good progress with the club’s medical team.
Meanwhile, centre Harry Newman has had a successful operation on the hamstring injury suffered at Wakefield in Round 4, but he is expected to be out for around 12 weeks.
Leeds take on St Helens Friday night as they aim to win just their second game of the 2022 campaign.
Saints, meanwhile, have lost just once all season though they will be without Regan Grace.