It’s a case of taking each day as it comes and it’s progressing slowly, but surely.
“I feel good, though I’ve not ramped it up yet”, he…
Castleford’s domination of Super League this year will count for nothing in Thursday’s Super League semi-final against St Helens, according to coach Daryl Powell. I felt a bit sick and I put it down to a gym session.
“The pain was pretty tough and it got gradually worse”.
“I rang my physiotherapist on the Monday and, when I told what sort of pain it was, he prescribed Gaviscon”, Gale said. He won’t thank me for that.
The Tigers deserve to be in the Grand Final and by 10 o’clock on Thursday Night I think they will be. It wasn’t nice. I saw the doctor straight away and she said I’d need an operation that night.
Super League Dream Team 2017 – Back Row (l-r) – Grant Millington, Matt Parcell, Sebastine Ikahihifo, Ben Murdoch-Masala, Mike McMeeken. I thought maybe some food poisoning.
“I didn’t have a clue, but she was pressing on my stomach, doing some tests and she said my season would be over and I wouldn’t be going to Australia for the World Cup”.
AFTER initially being told his season was over, Castleford scrum-half Luke Gale said yesterday that he is ready to step back in to help his club reach a maiden Super League Grand Final.
National Rugby League Premiership winning full-back Barba has given Saints a new attacking edge since his mid-season arrival from French rugby union side Toulon, seeing out the 12-game ban he carried over from the NRL before adding his talents on the push for the play-offs with three tries in four games.
“I remember laying on the bed for about two hours after she told me thinking everything I’d done this year had all come to an end”.
Hull FC prop Chris Green returned to action against Castleford on Friday, around three weeks after having his own appendix removed. “It all went well and I’m feeling fit and healthy again”.
There is also a place for Hull stand-off Albert Kelly, the other player in the running to be crowned Man of Steel after making a successful switch from Hull KR, while second-rower Ben Murdoch-Masila is the first Salford player to appear since David Hodgson in 2006.