Auckland Nines casualty ward

A full wrap of the injury news from the 2017 Downer NRL Auckland Nines.

Broncos: Benji Marshall suffered a minor Achilles injury and missed the second day. 

Raiders: No major injuries to report. 

Bulldogs: No major injuries to report.

Sharks: No injuries reported after their stars were placed in cotton wool on Sunday.

Titans: Jarryd Hayne missed the final pool game as well as the quarter-final loss to the Eels after picking up a knee injury on Saturday. There is no word on how long he will be out for, but he is in doubt for the World All Stars.

Sea Eagles: Pita Godinet was forced from the field in the loss to Penrith with concussion. Dylan Walker suffered a minor calf injury on Saturday but returned for their quarter-final loss. 

Storm: Cameron Munster missed the quarter-final win over North Queensland with a sore neck but returned for their next match. 

Warriors: Star attraction Shaun Johnson missed the entire Nines with a groin injury he picked up before their first game. Assistant coach Steve McNamara says he should be fine to return for the trials. 

Knights: No injuries to report.

Cowboys: Justin O'Neill was in the wars during their win over the Roosters after copping a knock to the leg before he was hit high, resulting in a bleeding nose. He played the rest of the tournament unencumbered. Shaun Hudson finished the tournament in a moonboot, having earlier picked up a lower-leg injury.

Eels: Last year's Player of the Tournament, Corey Norman, was a late withdrawal for their semi-final loss to the Panthers with a hamstring complaint. Teammate Kenny Edwards was also unavailable due to a calf strain.

Panthers: No major injuries to report.

Dragons: Matt Dufty hyperextended his knee during the loss to Manly and didn't feature on Sunday. Patrick Herbert left Eden Park in a moonboot after injuring his foot in the first-up loss to Parramatta.

Rabbitohs: Aaron Gray faces the longest stint on the sidelines after he suffered medial ligament damage in his right knee. He could miss up to eight weeks. 

Roosters: Paul Carter was carried off in their semi-final win over Melbourne with an ankle injury but returned for the final and didn't look in any discomfort. 

Wests Tigers: No major injuries to report. 

Jillaroos: Kezzie Apps watched on from the sideline in a moon boot after suffering a lower-leg injury in the second game of their three-Test series against New Zealand. She was on crutches as she accepted her medal on the stage and will have scans. 

Kiwi Ferns: Kahurangi Peters ruptured her Achilles tendon on Saturday and has undergone surgery. Lanulangi Veainu came off during the third Test with what looked like a head knock. Krystal Rota ended the tournament with a broken hand.