England Rugby: Injured Iain Henderson Out For Three Months
Ulster and Ireland forward Iain Henderson has been discounted for at least 10 weeks in the wake of experiencing medical procedure on thumb damage on Monday.
The 26-year-old will miss the majority of Ireland’s Six Nations crusade, in addition to Ulster’s last two Champions Cup Pool Four matches, and a few Pro14 matches.
In-shape Henderson scored two attempts in Ulster’s success over Scarlets on Friday.
The British and Irish Lion is comprehended to need the damage cleared up before the 2019 World Cup.
The 2nd row, who can likewise work as a flanker, looks sure to miss Ireland’s Six Nations matches at home to England on 2 February, and away to Scotland and Italy on 9 and 24 February.
Henderson could be accessible to mentor Joe Schmidt for the ending matches in March against France in Dublin and Wales in Cardiff.
Ulster Rugby affirmed that Henderson had medical procedure to fix a torn tendon in his thumb.
In the interim back-push forward Matthew Rea supported a thumb break playing for his club Ballymena on Saturday and furthermore had medical procedure on Monday.
He is relied upon to be sidelined for 8 to 10 weeks.
Iain Henderson in danger of missing Ireland’s Six Nations defence after undergoing thumb surgery https://t.co/H3ns3gYjAD
— RTÉ Rugby (@RTErugby) December 17, 2018
Easy,Ulsters Iain Henderson,a bear of a man,built like a brick sh*thouse,puts the fear of god into the Devil,eats 16 weetabix for breakfast,without milk,can stop attacking backs with a withering look and if he is not available there is always Munsters Peter O’Mahony🏉😀
— Skip the bottle Collector (@BottleSkip) December 17, 2018
Injured Ireland forward Henderson to miss most of Six Nations: Ulster and Ireland forward Iain Henderson is ruled out for up to three months after undergoing surgery on a thumb injury. https://t.co/WTOCFGZPG4
— Rugby Tickets (@getseatnow) December 17, 2018
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