Sport NRL Titans' Peats out for up to six weeks

08:06  17 april  2018
08:06  17 april  2018 Source:   MSN

Maloney fires Panthers past Titans

  Maloney fires Panthers past Titans James Maloney has starred in Penrith's 35-12 NRL win over the Gold Coast at Panthers Stadium on Sunday. With Cleary in a knee brace and watching from the sidelines, Maloney erased any doubt he deserves to keep his NSW State of Origin jumper as the Panthers jumped into second.A suspected fractured jaw to winger Josh Mansour, who was taken to hospital and is expected to miss around six weeks, was the only dampener on the Panthers' big win.With the game in the balance after the break at 10-6, it was Maloney who turned the contest.

NRL casualty ward: Matt Moylan still out , Nathan Peats dislocates elbow, Curtis Sironen suffers hamstring injury. Peats faces between two and four weeks on the sidelines after dislocating his elbow during the Paul Gallen (Knee, Round 7). Gold Coast Titans . Karl Lawton (Groin, Round 4).

"This is my third season here now and there are not a lot of blokes over 25 or who played a lot of NRL games, so I walked into that [leadership] spot I guess," says Peats , one of only six Titans players with 100 NRL games’ experience in a squad that has an average age of 24.5.

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The Gold Coast are set to be without NSW hooker Nathan Peats for up to a month and a half after he suffered fractured ribs in Sunday's NRL loss to Penrith.

Peats' slim chances of retaining his Blues jumper appear to be over after he was ruled out for the next four to six weeks.

He was already struggling to hold onto his place with Cameron McInnes, Api Koroisau and Damien Cook putting forward strong cases.

Penrith Panthers five-eighth Tyrone Peachey sarcastically claps Bryce Cartwright off as he gets sent to sin-bin

  Penrith Panthers five-eighth Tyrone Peachey sarcastically claps Bryce Cartwright off as he gets sent to sin-bin Penrith Panthers five-eighth Tyrone Peachey has sarcastically clapped Gold Coast Titans second-rower Bryce Cartwright from the field at Panthers Stadium after he was sin-binned.Cartwright was given his marching orders at the 51st minute, following a warning from the on-field officials after repeating ruck infringements close to the Panthers' line.

Nathan Peats could miss up to six weeks of the NRL season after suffering a dislocated elbow. Wests Tigers hooker Robbie Farah suffered a similar injury in 2014 and was expected to spend six weeks on the sidelines but returned after missing three matches.

On to next week , our last home game, hopefully we can do something for the fans up there." Peats said he wouldn’t comment on rumours Henry and star fullback Jarryd Hayne were on poor terms. NRL Bunker. Rd 24: Eels v Titans - Try 45th minute - Will Smith.

Gold Coast hooker Nathan Peats will be out for four to six weeks after he was diagnosed with broken ribs. © Chris Hyde/Getty Images Gold Coast hooker Nathan Peats will be out for four to six weeks after he was diagnosed with broken ribs. In a worst-case scenario, he won't be back before Brad Fittler selects his side for the June 6 series opener.

In a further blow for the Titans, centre Dale Copley will miss three to four weeks with a rib complaint.

Forwards Morgan Boyle (concussion) and Jai Arrow (back) have been cleared after failing to see out their 35-12 defeat to the Panthers.

Brennan slams Titans' 'schoolboy' errors .
Garth Brennan has blasted his Gold Coast side after they went down 26-14 to North Queensland, a scoreline which flattered the visiting Titans.After falling to a 24-point deficit to the Cowboys, two late tries saw the game end up 26-14. The scoreline flattered the Titans but did nothing to assuage their fuming coach.

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