Full Easter injury list revealed

Almost FORTY Super League players have been injured during the Easter period.

The shocking revelation comes after the majority of teams played three games in under ten days and has decimated a number of squads going into the middle stage of the regular season.

Among the injuries are two season-ending ACL injuries and a number of soft-tissue injuries, such as Chris Sandow’s hamstring injury picked up against Wigan.

The results of the list feature players that missed any game during the Easter period following an injury and those who are set to miss out on action after sustaining damage between Friday and Sunday.

Among the worst affected are Hull KR and Widnes Vikings, with Rovers losing SEVEN players during the period.

Players like Kevin Brown, who didn’t feature at all during Easter, are not featured on this list.

The evidence once again raises concerns about the short turnarounds being forced upon players, with a number of head coaches raising concerns throughout.

Gadwin Springer (groin)
Grant Millington (thigh)
Joel Monaghan (back)

Justin Horo (unknown)
Remi Casty (rib)
Todd Carney (groin)

Huddersfield Giants

Hull FC
Mark Minichiello (neck)
Carlos Tuimavave (concussion)

Hull KR
Ryan Shaw (ACL)
John Boudebza
Terry Campese (hamstring)
Chris Clarkson
James Green (concussion)
Albert Kelly (hamstring)
Josh Mantellato (arm)

Carl Ablett (ankle)
Tom Briscoe (shoulder)
Brett Ferres (knee)

Tommy Lee (knee)
Greg Johnson (knee)
Mason Caton-Brown (leg)
Justin Carney (ankle)

St Helens
Joe Greenwood (concussion)
Tommy Makinson (ACL)

Anthony England (ankle)
Ashley Gibson (concussion)
Stuart Howarth (concussion)

Rhys Evans (shoulder)
Chris Sandow (hamstring)

Chris Bridge
Lloyd White
Hep Cahill (knee)
Alex Gerrard (minor)
Charly Runciman (hamstring)
Setaimata Sa (failed fitness test)

John Bateman (concussion)
Anthony Gelling (knee)
Ben Flower (leg)
Sean O’Loughlin (hamstring)