Former St Helens prop James Graham suffers leg fracture during NRL game

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Former St Helens star James Graham faces up to eight weeks on the side lines in the NRL after scans revealed he'd suffered a fibula fracture at the weekend.


The St George IIlawarra prop forward was forced to limp off at half-time during the 22-8 home defeat against Cronulla Sharks, leaving the Dragons struggling near the foot of the table.

It is a further blow to the club who have been beset by injuries this season and are currently without a win in their last five fixtures.

Thankfully, the Dragons don't return to the field until June 10 against Canterbury with a bye this weekend to lick their wounds.

ADAM Swift needs two tries to reach 100 for his career, including 86 for his home-town club St Helens and a further 12 on dual registration with Leigh Centurions, Sheffield Eagles, Rochdale Hornets and Whitehaven

JONNY LOMAX needs two tries to reach 100 for his one-club career which started in the 2009 season.