St Helens and Castleford injury update: Star man set to miss Grand Final rematch

Both Castleford Tigers and St Helens have fresh injury concerns from their clash this afternoon.

As for the Tigers a man who was at the heart of things has picked up an injury.

That was Jake Mamo who made three breaks but unfortunately none of them led to tries.

He went off in the second half as Jack Broadbent moved to the wing and had a terrific game on the left edge.

Some speculated that Mamo had been taken off for those missed chances but it was a back injury.

Lee Radford revealed: “Injury, his back, it unfortunately stopped him from moving freely.”

As for St Helens, Paul Wellens revealed that Saints centre Mark Percival, who produced a brilliant tackle on Alex Mellor to deny a try in the first half, had injured his ankle and is now a doubt for Leeds Rhinos: “Mark Percival has a rolled ankle. So that is one we will have to check through the week.”

Meanwhile, he gave an update on those who missed the game revealing that Agnatius Paasi could be back for Leeds and that Curtis Sironen was set to play but pulled out through illness.

“Sironen was illness, he had a vomiting fit last night so I don’t think it would have been far to play him. Agnatius Paasi could be back for Leeds if not for Leigh and Hopoate likely for Leigh as well given his history.”

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