Jarrod Sammut update after the ex-Wigan Warriors and Wakefield Trinity man was stretchered off with serious-looking injury

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.”

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.

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