England half-back Gareth Widdop has suffered a suspected dislocated right shoulder to get a third time since August.
The 30-year-old,” who joins Warrington next calendar year, was injured during St George Illawarra’s win over Brisbane.
He also missed the finish of the 2018 National Rugby League season and England’s autumn internationals after needing surgery because he ruined exactly the exact identical shoulder twice in five weeks.
“I am no medical doctor but he is uncomfortable,” explained St George coach Paul McGregor.
“You never wish to see your captain and play maker – who has been our best player for numerous years – lying on a seat having a dislocated shoulder. It’s sad and part of the game we do not enjoy.”
Widdop’s next possible global activity is perhaps not until October when England coach Wayne Bennett directs the re formed Great Britain team’s tour of New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.