Hull KR provide injury update as Mikey Lewis’ prognosis is revealed

Hull KR have provided an injury update ahead of their clash with Wakefield Trinity.

Frankie Halton rolled his ankle late in the contest against Hull FC last Friday and has undergone scans that have revealed a sprain, ruling the second-rower out for the next few weeks. Following the win in Toulouse, Will Dagger will require a scan on a reoccurrence of the knee injury he first sustained against Leigh in the Challenge Cup.

Albert Vete is now back and in contention for this weekend while Dean Hadley made his return in the Robins’ Easter Monday win over Toulouse in the South of France.

Matt Parcell sustained a concussion in a clash of heads during Monday’s win over Toulouse and will now sit out the mandatory 11 days for a head injury. Sadly, Tom Garratt is still experiencing concussion symptoms which has delayed his return to the squad.

Following his injury against Castleford in the Challenge Cup, Mikey Lewis has undergone surgery and will now be unavailable for 6-8 weeks. 

The seminal halfback ruptured ligaments in his ankle early in the second half of the Robins’ 34-10 quarter-final win over Castleford. Lewis required surgery on the injury and will now be in a protective boot for the beginning of his rehab.

Luis Johnson is closing in on his return and will look to feature for Dewbury Rams this weekend on dual-registration.

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