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23rd October 2009

Latest news from the physio room

Neil Killeen and Will Gidman have both had ankle surgery, with the latter undergoing a similar operation to that of Mark Davies earlier in the season which required a small piece of bone in the ankle, which was causing aggravation, to be removed. 

Dale Benkenstein and Ian Blackwell both underwent shoulder surgery in October.  

On his operation Blackwell said, “The tear is stitched up and sorted so the next step is to strengthen it again. But it’ll certainly take three months to get to throwing over any sort of distance, so it’ll be quite hard work over the winter months.”

Nigel Kent said, “Neil Killeen and Will Gidman are progressing nicely and both Dale Benkenstein and Ian Blackwell’s shoulder surgery went well.  We planned this surgery to coincide with the early part of the close season so that we could ensure that they are fit for the start of the 2010 season.”