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Pilot Medical Update: Kade Dykes

Sharks High Performance Manager Nathan Pickworth has provided the following injury update on young playmaker Kade Dykes:

"Sharks player Kade Dykes recently underwent a surgical procedure on his knee to restore his cartilage," Pickworth said.

"This procedure will result in Kade being unavailable for the remainder of the 2024 season."

It's most unfortunate for the talented 22-year-old, who missed the entirety of the 2023 campaign after suffering a ruptured ACL in the pre-season.

He played six NSW Cup games for the Jets this year, showcasing his ability with four tries, including a hat-trick against the Sea Eagles in Round 10, and three try assists.

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