Hull KR provide positive news on Frankie Halton and give update on Ryan Hall and George King

Hull KR have provided a squad injury update following the Robins’ close derby loss to Hull FC.

In the Derby, Albert Vete sustained a groin injury following an awkward tackle late in the contest.  The Robins’ medical staff will monitor Vete before Sunday’s game.

In an early blow to the Robins, Frankie Halton went down with a suspected fractured collar bone following a collision close to KR’s line. 

However, Halton’s injury is not as severe as first feared with the second-rower having ruptured his AC joint. The Ireland international will now likely miss the next few weeks of Super League action. 

Both George King (Hamstring Tear) and Ryan Hall (Rib Cartilage Issue) have rejoined first team training and are pushing to feature this Sunday against Wakefield. 

Ethan Ryan missed out against Hull FC due to a calf issue in training late last week and will look to return to the side this Sunday. 

Jordan Abdull (Quad Tear) and Brad Takairangi (Hamstring Tear) are continuing their respective rehabilitations with the club.

Now seven weeks post-surgery, Kane Linnett has returned to team training and will look to be available for selection in the coming months.

Dan Okoro will have his cast removed in three weeks and begin the next stage of his rehabilitation. After dislocating his kneecap in the win over Huddersfield’s Reserves last month, Charlie Cavanaugh is now back in full training. 

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