WESTS TIGERS’ round-one defeat has become a costly one with one second-rower out of their clash with the Warriors on Saturday night and another in doubt.
Liam Fulton was ruled out for up to six weeks yesterday after scans revealed he had subluxed his shoulder in the Monday night defeat at the hands of Canterbury-Bankstown.
Club officials expect him to miss between four and six weeks, although he will not need surgery.
Englishman Gareth Ellis, meanwhile, is also in doubt for round two, having suffered an ankle injury late against the Bulldogs.
He did not train yesterday.
Tigers coach Tim Sheens named Ellis in his side to take on the Warriors at Leichhardt Oval, however, he will be reassessed later in the week.
I do not know medical terminology.
why not just put in in terms which is easily understood by all.
can someone explain what sub luxed means.
Basically it is instability in the socket and joint of the shoulder guessing he will need to strengthen and rest to prevent dislocation