The South Sydney Rabbitohs have suffered four injuries in last Thursday night’s win over the Canberra Raiders which will see a number of players sidelined for a number of weeks.
Halfback Adam Reynolds will have a surgical review on his injured thumb scheduled for today (Monday). The Rabbitohs will be able to provide an update later in the week following the review.
Lock Cameron Murray suffered a grade two syndesmosis. No surgery is required and it is quite stable today (Monday). He is expected to be out for four weeks.
Centre Campbell Graham fractured his hand in the second half of the game yet played out the remainder of the match. He had successful surgery on Friday to put a plate in his hand. The typical return to play time is four weeks.
Winger Jaxson Paulo fractured his scaphoid during the game. Surgery is scheduled for tomorrow (Tuesday) to stabilize his thumb with a pin. The typical return to play time is six to eight weeks.
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