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Digital Image by Ian Knight © Shaun Fensom (Canberra Raiders) NRL, Rugby League, Round 19, Melbourne Storm v Canberra Raiders @ AAMI Park, Melbourne, VIC, Saturday July 19th, 2014.

Raiders NRL Injury List - Round 23

Shaun Fensom (Knee), David Shillington (Pectoral) and Kurt Baptiste (Shoulder) have all undergone surgery on their respective injuries and will miss the remainder of the season.

Fensom sustained a ruptured ACL in his right knee, with reports coming back from his surgery last week that the operation was successful. He will miss between 6-9 months.

Shillington and Baptiste underwent surgery today and will commence their recovery. Both are expected back for 2015 pre-season training without full contact training. 

Terry Campese has is still battling an oblique injury and will be assessed next week. 

Brenko Lee (hamstring) is also in rehab and will be assessed weekly. 

Reece Robinson and Sami Sauiluma will return this weekend through Mounties. 


NAME: David Shillington

INJURY: Pectoral

DUE BACK: Season

NOTE: Has undergone surgery surgery and will miss the remainder of the season.


NAME: Shaun Fensom


DUE BACK: Season

NOTE: Has undergone surgery and will miss between 6-9 months. 


NAME: Kurt Baptiste

INJURY: Shoulder

DUE BACK: Season

NOTE: Has undergone surgery and will miss the remainder of the season.


NAME: Terry Campese

INJURY: External Oblique

DUE BACK: Round 24-26

NOTE: Has a minor strain and will be assessed each week from now until he is fit to return.


NAME: Brenko Lee

INJURY: Hamstring

DUE BACK: Round 24-26

NOTE: Brenko will be assessed weekly to see when he can return to full squad training. 


NAME: Jeff Lynch


DUE BACK: Season

NOTE: Lynch ruptured his ACL in a trial for Mounties. He has progressed well in his rehab running and will be fit for the start of the 2015 pre-season. 

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