Leeds Rhinos are now without any substitutes in their Grand Final rematch against St Helens assuming Tom Holroyd is the fourth Leeds player to pick up a serious injury from the game.
The first player injured for the Rhinos was halfback Aidan Sezer who picked up a groin injury inside the first five minutes of the game as he probed for a gap behind Konrad Hurrell and Jonny Lomax.
Next was star man Harry Newman who Sky Sports have reported has suffered another hamstring injury after three in 2022.
Mere minutes after that Morgan Gannon, like Newman before him, was helped from the field with a leg injury.
In the second half Leeds already had a strange looking side.
Corey Johnson and Richie Myler made up the halves James McDonnell was at centre and Sam Walters was in the backrow as Leeds did it tough.
Then making matters worse Tom Holroyd was the latest player to limp off the field.
His leg appeared to get trapped in the tackle, he got up to play the ball, dropped it and then fell to the floor in agony as he clutched at his hamstring which was perhaps over extended in the tackle.
Despite having no subs left Leeds still lead 12-10.