Leeds forward Weller Hauraki has been ruled out for up to three weeks with a calf strain.
Hauraki, 27, picked up the injury in Sunday's 44-16 win over Widnes, although the positive news for him and the Rhinos is that he hasn't suffered a tear.
The Kiwi, who signed from Crusaders at the end of the 2010 season, has already begun rehabilitation with the Rhinos medical team.
He missed just three Super League games for the Rhinos last season, and was an ever present for Crusaders in 2010, scoring 11 tries.
London Broncos will soon confirm that they have signed a PNG international to bolster their backline for the 2016 season.
Salford centre Junior Sa’u is excited about the new season and believes the Red Devils are heading in the right direction, with Tim Sheens at the helm as director of rugby.
The Women's Amateur Rugby League Association (WRLA) has named the two coaches who will guide the teams in the forthcoming County of Origin clash on January 31.
Castleford coach Daryl Powell feels that England coach Steve McNamara should have taken a look closer to home for props for the national team this year.