Raiders veteran Josh Hodgson has performed his final recreation for the membership after he was booked in for knee surgical procedure this week, which can rule him out for the rest of the 2022 season.

Hodgson, who has signed to play with Parramatta subsequent 12 months, suffered the harm within the Spherical 1 win over Cronulla and membership physician Greg Macleod mentioned after scans and additional evaluation, it was determined he wanted an operation.

The English hooker mentioned he was gutted for his time on the Inexperienced Machine to finish like this.

“It’s definitely not the way in which I wished to complete up at Canberra. After a disappointing 12 months final 12 months, it was in all probability the perfect I’ve felt this 12 months by way of my physique, and I used to be feeling actually match and actually contemporary after an excellent pre-season with no internationals and no rehab. To do it in such a minor method and maintain such a giant harm is de facto irritating,” Hodgson mentioned.

“I’ve actually discovered a house away from residence right here in Canberra and I completely love the place. It means as a lot to me as my hometown membership and I’ll be without end grateful to name myself Raider quantity #325.

“I’m gutted to exit like this, however I’ll be doing the whole lot I can to help the boys earlier than I depart on the finish of the 12 months.”

Dr Macleod mentioned the preliminary harm was minor, “nevertheless his return to coaching has since uncovered some instability in his knee which seems to have brought about his present harm.

“After additional scans and analysis, the choice has been made that it’s the membership’s responsibility of care to Josh for him to have an ACL reconstruction as a result of a partial tear in his ACL and related accidents.”

NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 20: Jackson Hastings of the Wests Tigers is tackled during the round two NRL match between the Newcastle Knights and the Wests Tigers at McDonald Jones Stadium, on March 20, 2022, in Newcastle, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

Jackson Hastings. (Photograph by Cameron Spencer/Getty Pictures)

Wests Tigers’ woes acquired worse on Monday when five-eighth Jackson Hastings was charged with a harmful throw of their loss to Newcastle and is going through a ban of two video games. He has pleaded responsible to the cost however is is attempting to get the grade-two offence lowered on the judiciary in a bid to keep away from suspension and escape with a fantastic.

Hastings and Joe Ofahengaue have been each charged for a sort out on fullback Tex Hoy within the 13th minute of the Knights’ large win.

Ofahengaue was handed a grade-one offence and has accepted a fantastic of $1000.

“It wasn’t intentional,” Hastings mentioned. “Clearly he acquired put in a little bit of an ungainly state of affairs on the prime there, however I really feel like he landed OK.”

Sharks ahead Teig Wilton has accepted a one-game suspension after being charged by the match evaluate committee for harmful contact on Mitch Moses.

Wilton, who scored the match-winning attempt within the remaining minute of Saturday night time’s 18-16 win over Parramatta at Shark Park, was charged for grade-two harmful contact for tackling Moses in mid air after the halfback had booted the ball downfield within the 54th minute.

Eels utility Ray Stone ($1000 for harmful contact), Dragons veteran George Burgess ($1000 for harmful contact) and Cowboys ahead Tom Gilbert ($1500 for a crusher sort out) have been the one different gamers charged from Spherical 2.

Titans NRLW star Georgia Hale has copped a one-game ban for a crusher sort out in her workforce’s upset win over Brisbane.

Cowboys ahead Mitchell Dunn‘s season is over after he suffered an ACL tear within the victory over the Raiders in a non-contact incident within the 30th minute of the match in Townsville.

Panthers winger Brian To’o is taking a look at 6-Eight weeks out after tearing his MCL in Friday’s victory over the Dragons, whereas James Fisher-Harris (shoulder) and Scott Sorensen (wrist) are more likely to solely miss a match after being cleared of great harm.

St George Illawarra veteran Andrew McCullough is hopeful of not lacking any time after damaging his shoulder in the identical recreation.

Roosters trio Connor Watson (shoulder), Sitili Topouniua (concussion) and Joey Manu (knee) are beneath a cloud heading into the Spherical Three showdown with South Sydney whereas Sharks winger Ronaldo Mulitalo (concussion) can even be monitored through the week after failing to complete the tussle with the Eels.

Kalyn Ponga was dominated out of Newcastle’s Spherical 2 tussle with the Tigers as a result of a knee harm however membership officers are assured he can be again subsequent week.

NRL accidents and suspensions, workforce by workforce

Broncos

Thomas Flegler (suspended, Spherical 4)
Xavier Willison (knee, mid-season)

Bulldogs

Raymond Faitala-Mariner (foot, Spherical 3-4)
Matt Doorey (knee, mid-season)

Cowboys

Jamayne Taunoa-Brown (knee, Spherical 3-4)
Ben Hampton (hamstring, Spherical 3-4)
Mitchell Dunn (knee, season)
Lachlan Burr (hip – early retirement)

Dragons

Billy Burns (foot, Spherical 3-4)
Jayden Sullivan (hamstring (Spherical 3-4)
Aaron Woods (hamstring, Spherical 4-5)
Max Feagai (ankle, indefinite)
Josh McGuire (suspended, Spherical 6)

Eels

Ryan Matterson (hamstring, Spherical 4-5)
Sean Russell (ribs, lung indefinite)
Maika Sivo (knee, June-July)
Haze Dunster (knee, season)

Knights

Daniel Saifiti (leg, Spherical 3)
Sauaso Sue (suspended, Spherical 3)
Kalyn Ponga (knee, Spherical 3-4)
Jayden Brailey (Achilles, June-July)
Bailey Hodgson (elbow, indefinite)
Hymel Hunt (knee, indefinite)

Panthers

Nathan Cleary (shoulder, Spherical 4)
James Fisher-Harris (shoulder, Spherical 3-4)
Scott Sorensen (wrist, Spherical 3-4)
Mavrik Geyer (elbow, Spherical 5)
Brian To’o (knee, Spherical 7-9)
Moses Leota (shoulder, Spherical 9-11)

Rabbitohs

Liam Knight (ankle, Spherical 5)
Blake Taaffe (ankle, Spherical 5)

Raiders

Brad Schneider (COVID, Spherical 3)
Jarrod Croker (again, TBC)
Peter Hola (knee, Spherical 3-4)
Jordan Rapana (suspended, Spherical 3)
Jamal Fogarty (knee, Spherical 15)
Josh Hodgson (knee, season)
Harley Smith-Shields (ACL, season)

Roosters

Sitili Tupouniua (concussion, Spherical 3-4)
Connor Watson (shoulder, Spherical 3-4)
Joey Manu (knee, Spherical 3-4)
Sam Verrills (thumb, Spherical 5-6)
Joseph Suaalii (foot, Spherical 3-4)

Joseph Suaalii of the Roosters

Joseph Suaalii. (Photograph by Mark Kolbe/Getty Pictures)

Sea Eagles

Josh Schuster (ankle, Spherical 3-5)
Ben Trbojevic (knee, Spherical 3-5)
Josh Aloiai (suspended, Spherical 4)

Sharks

Jack Williams (knee, Spherical 3)
Braydon Trindall (suspended, Spherical 3)
Teig Wilton (Spherical 4)
Wade Graham (ankle, Spherical 4-6)

Storm

Cooper Johns (shoulder, Spherical 3-5)
Brandon Smith (hand, Spherical 4-7)
Christian Welch (Achilles, season)
George Jennings (knee, season)
Tui Kamikamica (stood down)

Adam Doueihi of the Tigers converts the try

(Photograph by Pace Media/Icon Sportswire through Getty Pictures)

Tigers

Jacob Liddle (knee, Spherical 4-6)
Adam Doueihi (knee, Spherical 8-14)
Tommy Talau (knee, mid-season)
Asu Kepaoa (pectoral, mid-season)
Shawn Blore (ACL, season)

Titans

Joe Vuna (knee, mid-season)

Warriors

Viliami Vailea (knee, Spherical 5)
Shaun Johnson (pec, Spherical 5)
Dallin Watene-Zelezniak (thumb, Spherical 9-11)
Tohu Harris (knee, June-July)



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