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Sharks pivot Shaun Johnson won't play against the Rabbitohs in Magic Round after suffering a hamstring injury.

Johnson, who was scheduled to his 200th NRL game, failed to finish training on Tuesday and didn't travel with the team to Queensland but Cronulla hope he'll only miss 1-2 weeks.

Melbourne and Queensland will be sweating on the fitness of Origin stars Cameron Munster and Harry Grant over the next month after confirmation the pair will be sidelined for at least a fortnight due to injury.

A foot sprain suffered by Munster in last week's big win over South Sydney, and a hamstring tear at Monday's training for Grant, will rule the pair out for at least two weeks.

Melbourne football manager Frank Ponissi said a round 12 return for both would be the "best-case scenario", with Origin sides for the series opener on June 9 to be picked after the side's clash against the Broncos. 

"If that doesn’t happen we expect they would both be okay for the opening State of Origin match in Melbourne," Ponissi said.

Elsewhere, the Raiders have confirmed they'll be without trio Joseph Tapine, Ryan Sutton and Jordan Rapana for 1-3 weeks due to injuries suffered in last week's loss to Newcastle. 

Penrith's Kurt Capewell has also been left out of his side's Magic Round clash against the Titans due to a head knock.

Rabbitohs back-rower Jacob Host will miss 2-3 weeks with a grade one quadriceps strain. 

Meanwhile, the Sharks have confirmed centre Jesse Ramien suffered a fractured eye socket in the team's round nine loss to Penrith and will be sidelined for 4-6 weeks. 

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The Casualty Ward

Brisbane Broncos

The worst news has been confirmed for Broncos lock Pat Carrigan, with a ruptured ACL ruling him out of the rest of the 2021 season. 

  • Kotoni Staggs (knee, round 11-12)
  • Alex Glenn (calf, round 11)
  • Ben Te'o (biceps, round 18)
  • Patrick Carrigan (knee, season)

Canberra Raiders

Ryan Sutton (elbow) and Joseph Tapine (knee) will miss the next 2-3 weeks with injuries suffered in last week's loss to the Knights. 

Jordan Rapana (hamstring) could also miss up to a fortnight.

  • Josh Hodgson (calf, round 10)
  • Jarrod Croker (shoulder, round 11)
  • Jordan Rapana (hamstring, round 11-12)
  • Albert Hopoate (shoulder, round 11-13)
  • Joseph Tapine (knee, round 12-13)
  • Ryan Sutton (elbow, round 12-13)
  • Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (neck, round 15-16)
  • Harley Smith-Shields (biceps, round 20)

Canterbury Bulldogs

Bulldogs duo Corey Allan and Lachlan Lewis have been released from hospital after both copped heavy knocks against the Dragons on Sunday.

The club said on Monday that scans had cleared Allan of any head or neck injury but he had suffered a grade two AC joint injury to his shoulder and would miss 1-3 weeks.

Lewis was cleared of any internal organ damage after leaving the field in the 65th minute but will miss a couple of weeks with fractured ribs.

  • Ava Seumanufagai (head knock, round 10)
  • Dylan Napa (shoulder, round 10)
  • Jeremy Marshall-King (foot, round 12)
  • Josh Jackson (calf, round 12)
  • Jack Hetherington (suspension, round 12)
  • Lachlan Lewis (ribs, round 12-13)
  • Corey Allan (shoulder, round 12-13)
  • Raymond Faitala-Mariner (foot, round 18-22)
  • Jayden Okunbor (knee, round 16)
  • Christian Crichton (knee, season)

Injured players to be sidelined when play stopped by trainer

Cronulla Sharks

Centre Jesse Ramien will miss 4-6 weeks with a fractured eye socket following last week's loss to the Panthers. 

  • Andrew Fifita (suspension, round 10)
  • Jackson Ferris (foot, round 11)
  • Shaun Johnson (hamstring, round 11-12)
  • Ronaldo Mulitalo (knee, round 12)
  • Sione Katoa (knee, round 12)
  • Siosifa Talakai (suspension, round 12)
  • Jesse Ramien (eye socket, round 14-16)
  • Braden Hamlin-Uele (ankle, round 15-16)
  • Royce Hunt (knee, indefinite)

Gold Coast Titans

  • Ash Taylor (hip, round 11)
  • Patrick Herbert (calf, round 12)
  • David Fifita (suspension, round 13)
  • Sam Lisone (pectoral, round 15)
  • Jonus Pearson (knee, round 15)
  • Corey Thompson (ankle, round 15-16)

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Manly Sea Eagles

  • Taniela Paseka (head knock, round 10)
  • Martin Taupau (head knock, round 10)
  • Curtis Sironen (knee, round 11-12)
  • Dylan Walker (hamstring, round 11-12)
  • Karl Lawton (Achilles, round 11-12)
  • Jack Gosiewski (foot, round 17)
  • Josh Aloiai (wrist, round 20)
  • Andrew Davey (knee, season)
  • Morgan Boyle (shoulder, season)
  • Manase Fainu (stood down, indefinite)

Melbourne Storm

Harry Grant (hamstring) and Cameron Munster (foot) will miss at least a fortnight after picking up injuries this week.

  • Ryan Papenhuyzen (shoulder, round 10-11)
  • Brandon Smith (suspension, round 11)
  • Harry Grant (hamstring, round 12)
  • Cameron Munster (foot, round 12)
  • Brenko Lee (calf, round 12-13)
  • Darryn Schonig (knee, round 15-17)
  • Max King (Achilles, indefinite)

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Newcastle Knights

Forward Pasami Saulo suffered a serious leg injury playing reserve grade in Wagga last week and is unlikely to play again this season.

  • Brayden Musgrove (ribs, round 10-11)
  • Hymel Hunt (hamstring, round 10-11)
  • Edrick Lee (foot, round 11)
  • Blake Green (ribs, round 12)
  • Bailey Hodgson (knee, round 13)
  • Dom Young (knee, round 13)
  • Mitchell Pearce (pectoral, round 14-16)
  • Jirah Momoisea (Achilles, indefinite)
  • Chris Randall (wrist, indefinite)
  • Pasami Saulo (leg, season)

North Queensland Cowboys

  • Peter Hola (suspension, round 11)
  • Justin O'Neill (knee, round 11-13)
  • Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow (leg, round 13)
  • Reuben Cotter (foot, round 19-20)
  • Ben Hampton (pectoral, round 19-21)

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Parramatta Eels

  • Nathan Brown (hip, round 10)
  • Waqa Blake (calf, round 10)
  • Reed Mahoney (head knock, round 10-11)
  • Marata Niukore (suspension, round 12)
  • Dylan Brown (suspension, round 13)
  • Will Smith (thumb, round 13-14)

Penrith Panthers

  • Paul Momirovski (suspension, round 10)
  • Kurt Capewell (head knock, round 11)

South Sydney Rabbitohs

Rabbitohs back-rower Jacob Host will miss 2-3 weeks with a grade one quadriceps strain. 

  • Adam Reynolds (thumb, round 10-11)
  • Blake Taaffe (ankle, round 11)
  • Latrell Mitchell (suspension, round 11)
  • Josh Mansour (hamstring, round 11)
  • Tautau Moga (suspension, round 12)
  • Jacob Host (quad, round 12-13)
  • Cameron Murray (ankle, round 13)
  • Campbell Graham (hand, round 13)
  • Jaxson Paulo (wrist, round 15)
  • Brock Gardner (Achilles, indefinite)

St George Illawarra Dragons

  • Mikaele Ravalawa (suspension, round 10)
  • Cody Ramsey (ribs, round 10-11)
  • Brayden Wiliame (calf, round 11)
  • Jordan Pereira (suspension, round 11)
  • Zac Lomax (thumb, round 14-15)
  • Mat Feagai (ankle, round 17)
  • Cameron McInnes (knee, season)
  • Jack de Belin (stood down)

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Sydney Roosters

  • Victor Radley (head knock, round 10)
  • Lachlan Lam (knee, round 10)
  • Sitili Tupouniua (suspension, round 10)
  • Freddy Lussick (arm, round 11-13)
  • Boyd Cordner (concussion, round 14)
  • Sam Verrills (eye, round 14-16)
  • Drew Hutchison (ribs/punctured lung, round 16-17)
  • Billy Smith (shoulder, mid-season)
  • Luke Keary (knee, season)
  • Brett Morris (knee, season)
  • Lindsay Collins (knee, season)


  • Euan Aitken (ankle, round 10)
  • Ben Murdoch-Masila (head knock, round 10)
  • Marcelo Montoya (knee, round 11)
  • Addin Fonua-Blake (knee, round 19-20)
  • David Fusitu'a (hamstring, indefinite)
  • Peta Hiku (shoulder, season)

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Wests Tigers

  • Tommy Talau (suspension, round 10)
  • Russell Packer (knee, round 11)
  • James Roberts (shoulder, round 12)
  • Asu Kepaoa (knee, season)


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