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Meaney breaks ribs, Lewis fails HIA

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs fullback Nick Meaney has suffered broken ribs in his side's loss to South Sydney.

Meaney left the field in discomfort after a heavy tackle from Rabbitohs fullback Latrell Mitchell in the second half. 

Nick Meaney leaves the field with a rib injury.
Nick Meaney leaves the field with a rib injury.

Meanwhile, playmaker Lachlan Lewis lasted just seven minutes in his first game of 2021 after he failed a HIA and was ruled out for the rest of the match.

Lewis copped a head knock trying to make a front-on tackle on Souths winger Josh Mansour.

Bulldogs coach Trent Barrett confirmed the injuries following the match.

"He's not real well (Lachlan Lewis) and Nick Meaney's got broken ribs," added Barrett.

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