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Campbell-Gillard set for lengthy stint on the sidelines

True Blue Reagan Campbell-Gillard will spend the next two months on the sidelines after Parramatta confirmed he had suffered a groin injury during Friday night’s 26-16 loss to Brisbane in Darwin.

A club statement said a series of scans and tests had cleared Campbell-Gillard of a hip fracture but revealed a left groin injury which would keep him out of the game for eight to 10 weeks.

The injury will keep the 29-year-old World Cup winning forward out of the Westpac NSW Blues squad for Game One on 31 May in Adelaide.

Westpac NSW Blues coach Brad Fittler will name his team following the end of Round 12.

It is a blow for Campbell-Gillard, who was hoping to add to his two Origins in 2018 and 2022.

He has been in strong form this season after averaging 14 hit-ups and 154 metres per game, as well as scoring two tries.

His impressive go-forward earned him three selections in NSWRL’s Team of the Week, for Blues-eligible players in the NRL, after eight rounds of club competition.

Another Westpac NSW Blue facing rehabilitation is winger Daniel Tupou.

“He has sustained a suspected left hamstring injury and will undergo scans to determine the severity,” the Sydney Roosters said on their website today.

Tupou has scored three tries in 10 Origins, playing all three games in the 2022 series.


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