England’s Harry Newman ruled out of World Cup

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Harry Newman Leeds Rhinos Credit: PA Images
Harry Newman Leeds Rhinos Credit: PA Images

England centre Harry Newman has been ruled out of the upcoming World Cup through injury. 

Club Leeds Rhinos have also confirmed that the 22-year-old will miss next weekend’s Grand Final against St Helens.

The star centre has been dealt a major blow in his rehabilitation for a hamstring injury.

They shared in a statement: “Leeds Rhinos have confirmed that Harry Newman has been ruled out of next Saturday’s Super League Grand Final and the forthcoming Rugby League World Cup.

“The club confirmed that during Newman’s rehabilitation for the hamstring injury he suffered a further set back which will require longer term specialist and care.

“Newman will now focus on his return to full fitness for 2023 with the full support of the club’s medical and performance teams.”

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