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Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs Head Physiotherapist James Rahme provides an update on the team who competed in the NRL Auckland Nines tournament at Eden Park, Auckland on the weekend.

There were a handful of serious injuries to come out of the weekend across the 16 clubs, but for the Bulldogs, the only concern for the club to come out of the weekend was a rolled ankle to Tim Browne who sustained the injury in the club's final training session upon arriving in Auckland ahead of the tournament.

"We had a training session when we arrived and Browney rolled his ankle and it wasn't worth while him playing," Rahme said.

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