Hall a doubt for opener

England winger looks set to miss league opener against Bradford

Last Updated: 24/01/11 10:46am

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Hall: leg injury

Hall: leg injury

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Ryan Hall looks set to miss the first match of Leeds Rhinos' Super League campaign after picking up a leg injury in their 40-18 friendly defeat at Featherstone on Sunday.

The injury means that the England winger, who was the Rhinos' only representative in the 2010 Four Nations Series, will be struggling to be fit for the game against Bradford on February 13.

However, hooker Paul McShane, who sustained a broken nose and a thumb injury, is expected to be available for Friday's trial game at Crusaders.

"Ryan's the concern," Rhinos coach Brian McDermott told the Yorkshire Evening Post. "I have already been told it's going to be a matter of weeks before he's back."

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