Jarrod Sammut has taken to social media to give an important update following a horror weekend for him.
The Barrow Raiders man was stretchered off in the first-half as the Cumbrian side trailed the Halifax Panthers by 16-8 and was subsequently taken to hospital.
But, the Maltese international has now updated his Twitter followers, stating: “Thank you all for the love & well wishes. Happy to say I’m safely back at home and recovering. Looking forward to playing again. Stay safe, stay blessed.”
Thank you all for the love & well wishes. Happy to say I’m safely back at home and recovering. Looking forward to playing again. Stay safe, stay blessed. 🖤
— Jam Sandwich (@Jarrod_Sammut) April 25, 2022
Sammut has impressed greatly since making the move to Barrow during the off-season, wowing audiences with his fast feet as well as his incredible try celebrations.
At 35 years of age, the halfback – who played for Wigan Warriors, Wakefield Trinity, Crusaders RL and Bradford Bulls in Super League – has still very much got it as the Raiders continue to shock most of the Championship with a number of big results.