Josh Reynolds serious injury update

Josh Reynolds will be out for the rest of the season through injury.

Hull FC head coach Brett Hodgson has confirmed that the halfback will not play any more of a part in the Black and Whites’ season.

“Josh will have to have an operation,” Hodgson said.

“His medial ligament became detached in the tackle, but I don’t think there was any intention to hurt him.

“It’s not surprising it’s pretty bad so he will go for an operation next and he will then start his rehab from there.”

Speaking after the Hull derbyreynolds, Hodgson said: “It certainly lived up to the billing – you could sense everywhere around the city that something was brewing. The atmosphere was outstanding and the game certainly matched that. I’m so pleased that our supporters can go home with the victory.

“They’re bouncing right now. I learnt pretty quickly that it’s the game in the season that all these boys want to win.

“We’ve worked really hard on our attack, and worked hard on creating those opportunities, so it’s pleasing to finally see it pay off today.

“I felt we deserved the win. We had three harsh calls go against us on the no-tries, but we fought though that adversity and had a couple of injuries too; we still came up with the result and Jordan Lane came up with the big play at the end.

“We’ve been working hard, and today that finally came to fruition and its a bit of a reward for the effort we’ve shown. We want to use this win as a catalyst now.”

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