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Casualty Ward | To'o out for up to eight weeks

The NSWRL casualty ward will keep you up to date with all the latest injury information for the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues.

Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues winger Brian To’o will be sidelined for up to eight weeks after scans revealed he had suffered a knee injury following the Panthers four-point win over the Dragons at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium on Friday night.

The news is somewhat of a silver lining after fears To’o would miss the rest of the season with a suspected ACL injury.

To’o departed the field just eight minutes after the halftime break with the Panthers holding on to a 14-point lead against the Dragons.

The premiership-winning winger, who made his debut for the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues last season, is expected to be back on the field by mid-May. That keeps his selection hopes alive of playing in the Origin series again with Game One at Accord Stadium to be played on Wednesday 9 June.

The Panthers are also expected to see the return of halfback Nathan Cleary soon after off-season shoulder surgery delayed his start to the season.

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