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The latest Wests Tigers injury news, brought to you by Velbexx-17.

Tim Simona will have an arthroscopic shoulder reconstruction. He'll miss 6 months.

Curtis Sironen will have minor groin surgery. The second rower is likely to be ready for training at the beginning of the pre-season.

Keith Galloway
will miss the World Cup with a toe injury carried during the season.

Chris Lawrence is working hard to get his ankle right. He won't begin running for a number of weeks yet.

Nathan Brown suffered a ruptured pectoral muscle in the first semi final and faces up to 6 months on the sideline. He will have surgery this week.

Andy Fiagatusa will have further scans after suffering a suspected fracture to his scapula (shoulder blade). Fiagatusa bravely played on during the semi final win over Brisbane, making a crucial tackle to keep the game alive in the dying stages of normal time.
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