The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs are currently in lockdown like the other 15 clubs and can provide the following update on the injuries surrounding their top 30.
Joe Stimson unfortunately suffered a tear to the front of his shoulder joint during the club’s round two clash with the North Queensland Cowboys and requires surgery to repair the damage.
Surgery has been put on hold due to the Coronavirus and a return to play date is TBC.
Kerrod Holland who missed the Cowboys clash due to a minor knee complaint is travelling well now and will be ready to go once the season starts again.
Meanwhile Kieran Foran (shoulder) is travelling along nicely and is well into his weights program. The half is in a positive mindset and continues to build on his rehab program with his fitness as well as his strength work.
After a slow start, Chris Smith (knee) is going well and is well into his leg strength program. He is looking at another 3 to 4 weeks continuing his rehab work.
Marcelo Montoya (knee) is fit and ready to go once the team comes back together and the season starts again.