Ospreys' gloomy update on injured Wales duo Morgan and Baldwin
Wales and Ospreys forwards Jac Morgan and Scott Baldwin are set to miss the rest of this season after suffering injuries while on Guinness Six Nations duty. Hooker Baldwin has undergone surgery on a pectoral muscle problem, while flanker Morgan faces an ankle operation this week.
Baldwin was hurt after going on as a replacement during Wales’ victory over Italy in Rome 10 days ago. Morgan, meanwhile, suffered an ankle injury in training ahead of Wales’ final Six Nations game against France.
In a statement, their regional team Ospreys said: “Both Scott Baldwin and Jac Morgan will require surgery following injuries they picked up on Wales duty.
“Baldwin has already undergone surgery after picking up a pec injury in Wales’ Guinness Six Nations win against Italy, whilst Morgan is set to have surgery on his ankle this week after sustaining an injury in training in the build-up to the France game. It is likely that both players will miss the remainder of the Ospreys’ season.”
The Ospreys have three scheduled URC games left this term, plus a Heineken Champions Cup round of 16 appointment away to Saracens on April 2.
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Time to let Moana go. We all know nothing will change. It will be a slow and depressing outcome that will only serve to discredit an already pathetic competition.Go to comments
I would've accompanied these two onto the fieldGo to comments