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Injury Update: Doueihi and Naden

An injury update on Wests Tigers players Adam Doueihi and Brent Naden following Easter Monday's match against Parramatta Eels.

Scans have confirmed that Doueihi has suffered a high-grade partial tear of his ACL (left knee). 

Further medical investigations are required to determine the full extent of the injury and prognosis.

The Wests Tigers five-eighth sustained the injury late in the second half of his team’s Easter Monday loss to Parramatta Eels.   

Doueihi has ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee twice before, in 2018 when at South Sydney and in 2021 in his second year at Wests Tigers.

Brent Naden was also forced from the field on Easter Monday after injuring his shoulder when scoring a try in the 64th minute.

Naden has suffered a grade-three AC joint injury and is expected to be out for 2-4 weeks.

Further information will be provided in the coming days on Doueihi's injury, and the status of other players in the squad who are facing time on the sidelines.

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