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Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 8:01 am  
FIL wrote:
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That’s an AC joint dislocation. 12 week out
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 8:25 am  
Pat Bateman wrote:
That’s an AC joint dislocation. 12 week out


Not good but sounds like it could have been worse if that’s the case. I’ve no doubt the club will support him through recovery well.
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 8:41 am  
The injury apart, I thought the incident itself was bad. Obvious penalty try but if that had been a SL or Championship game it was a certain yellow and most likely a red.
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 9:21 am  
Prince Buster wrote:
The injury apart, I thought the incident itself was bad. Obvious penalty try but if that had been a SL or Championship game it was a certain yellow and most likely a red.


Yes was just wondering how the match review committee might deal with the Hunslet ARLFC individual - hitting someone maliciously from behind (or in NRL parlance a "dog shot") is not really in the spirit of the game is it?

Get well soon Toby.
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 9:39 am  
It was right in front of us and he hit him from the side with a shoulder charge...there was no attempt to get the ball, he just took Boothroyd out. Was definitely a penalty try (as I shouted to the ref at the time !!) and I agree that it should have been either a yellow or red card too :thumb:
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 9:49 am  
FIL wrote:
It was right in front of us and he hit him from the side with a shoulder charge...there was no attempt to get the ball, he just took Boothroyd out. Was definitely a penalty try (as I shouted to the ref at the time !!) and I agree that it should have been either a yellow or red card too :thumb:


Exactly how I saw it and can be seen on highlights. Shoulder to the side and knocked Boothroyd off balance to the floor. Boothroyd was going for the ball. I was surprised at the time it wasn’t a red for a challenge off the ball and shoulder.

Boothroyd I’m sure will come back stronger.
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 11:35 am  
FIL wrote:
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That's a grade 3 AC Joint sprain / dislocation, no fractures or any damage to his true shoulder joint :)
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 11:42 am  
JamieRobinson1234 wrote:
That's a grade 3 AC Joint sprain / dislocation, no fractures or any damage to his true shoulder joint :)

So how long on the side lines?
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 2:08 pm  
Belle Vue wrote:
So how long on the side lines?


I'd guess around 3 months
Re: Boothroyd, " Broken Arm " : Mon Feb 26, 2024 7:42 pm  
Nothing or not much will happen to an ameture player, there is not much in the mechanism to hurt him ?
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