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Haverhill Rovers’ injury woes

The New Croft, Chalkstone Way.
 pre-season friendly; Haverhill Rovers v Histon.

Pictured; Jack Wilkinson

The New Croft, Chalkstone Way. pre-season friendly; Haverhill Rovers v Histon. Pictured; Jack Wilkinson

 

Jack Wilkinson – The wing wizard, who only signed a fortnight ago following his release from Needham Market, will be out for four to six weeks.

He had shown glimpses of the sublime form that saw him finish as Rovers’ second top scorer during a loan spell last season, but suffered a reoccurrence of a knee problem in the first half of Saturday’s (February 16) defeat against Stanway.

Jamie Challis – Last season’s players’ and club play of the season has been out for most of this campaign with a groin problem, and will likely be out for another two months.

Sam Holmes – Ankle ligament damage has kept the centre half out, though he may come off the bench to face third placed Mildenhall Town tomorrow (Saturday, February 23, 3pm kick off).

Dan Cornwell – The striker, who has netted 16 goals in 19 league games, is struggling with back problems and is 50/50 tomorrow (Saturday, February 23).

Aaron Forshaw – The midfielder, who broke into the first XI last season, will be absent for four weeks with a hamstring problem.

Neil Cogger – The mercurial winger is currently on holiday.

For all the latest sport see Thursday’s (February 28) Echo.

 

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