Chan suffers further blow
Huddersfield Giants forward Jason Chan's injury-hit season took another blow today as he was ruled out for three months with an arm injury.
The 29-year-old, who has missed a large part of the campaign with a knee problem, has a torn bicep.
"To now suffer a ruptured bicep that'll keep him out for three months is the cruellest of luck," coach Paul Anderson told the Huddersfield Examiner.
"It's now just a case of doing the right things for him to get him back playing by August, which we hope will be a very important time of the year for us."
Meanwhile, Huddersfield wing Luke George has returned to his parent club after suffering an injury during his loan spell at Hull KR.
The 25-year-old hurt his knee in the early stages of the Magic Weekend derby against Hull FC at the Etihad Stadium last Saturday.
George had been staying at Rovers on a week-by-week basis after an initial one-month loan deal ended earlier this month.
Rovers coach Craig Sandercock told HKR TV: "He is probably going to miss three or four weeks.
"He has gone back to Huddersfield to do his rehab there. We will assess that in a month's time with where Huddersfield are and, more importantly, where we are."