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Pilot Medical Update - Will Kennedy

Sharks fullback Will Kennedy will be out of action for an estimated five or six weeks after undergoing ankle surgery today.

Suffering the injury late in the match against the Rabbitohs, Kennedy was able to remain on the field for the exciting finale which saw Nicho Hynes slot the game-winning field goal in golden point, however subsequent scans showed Kennedy would require surgery to correct the issue.

The Sharks high performance and medical staff are hopeful of a quick recovery and a return to the field for Kennedy for the final round match against the Knights or for week one of the NRL Finals.

In other Sharks injury news, Jack Williams, who recently underwent a shoulder reconstruction will play no further part in the 2022 season, likewise winger Sione Katoa who suffered a pectoral injury in his teams round 18 victory over the Cowboys.

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