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Injury update | Moses Suli

Manly Warringah Sea Eagles has received some positive news on the injury to centre Moses Suli.

The exciting young back left the field with a sternum injury in the loss to St George-Illawarra Dragons at WIN Stadium last Saturday night.

Fortunately for Suli, the Manly medical staff has diagnosed the injury as only a bruised sternum and he should be available for selection for the Sea Eagles' Round 16 match against the Penrith Panthers at Panthers Stadium on Saturday, June 30.

Fellow centre Dylan Walker is set to also be available for the Panthers game after overcoming a facial fracture suffered in the win over the Melbourne Storm in round 11.

Hooker Api Koroisau will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery on his injured right foot suffered in the loss to the Warriors in Christchurch.


Dylan Walker (facial fracture) – Rd 16

Kelepi Tanginoa (knee) – Rd 18

Jack Gosiewski (arm) - Round 19

Api Koroisau (foot) - season

Lachlan Croker (knee) – season

Curtis Sironen (knee) – season


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