Hull KR give massive news on Ryan Hall ahead of Leeds Rhinos clash

Hull KR have given a squad injury update following their big win over Toulouse Olympique in Super League last Thursday night.

KR welcomed back Matty Storton (dislocated toe), Frankie Halton (AC rupture), Shaun Kenny-Dowall (throat injury) and Jimmy Keinhorst (concussion)n in the win over Toulouse Olympique with all four coming through the game unscathed.

This week, the Robins will see Ryan Hall return after overcoming a calf tear sustained in the warm-up against Warrington in addition to Kane Linnett who will be pushing for a place in the squad following his recovery from a bicep tear suffered in early May.

On the back of their short injury layoffs, Connor Moore (shoulder injury) and Phoenix Laulu-Togaga’e (dead leg) are both back in full training and will be vying for inclusion this Friday. Albert Vete us now recovering from a calf strain picked up in training and will be signposting next week’s game against St. Helens to return to the Robins’ pack.

In other positive news, Mikey Lewis has now rejoined full training following a high-grade ankle sprain picked up late in the win over Warrington. The exciting halfback is entering the final weeks of his return as KR push for the playoffs.

It’s been confirmed that Dean Hadley will require surgery after suffering a shoulder dislocation in the win over Wakefield Trinity. Hadley will return in 2023 for KR having signed a new one-year extension with the club. Charlie Cavanaugh’s knee injury sustained against Wigan will be monitored in the coming weeks to decide whether he young hooker requires surgery before 2023.

Both Jordan Abdull (quad tear), Brad Takairangi (hamstring tear) and Luis Johnson (pectoral tear) are still undertaking rehabilitation with the club and have made positive progress in their recoveries. Will Dagger has now undergone achilles surgery and will be aiming to return for the beginning of Hull KR 2023 pre-season.

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