London Broncos coach Andrew Henderson has confirmed that the club’s injured players are making good progress in their respective recoveries.
Tom Spencer sustained a right knee injury during the match against Hull KR, and is being assessed as to how long he will sidelined for.
But there is better news for prop Eddie Battye, who is in rehab, also for a knee injury sustained against Hull KR.
The former Sheffield Eagle should be back in full strength training within one to two weeks.
Api Pewhairangi, who has been out since before the season started, is due to start full training in just over a week’s time.
Similarly, James Cunningham is only three to four weeks away from returning to full training.
“Tom and Eddie have both been performing really well for us so far, so it’s unfortunate they both have been hit with injury just as they were getting into their stride,” said Henderson.
“However, we have plenty of quality players within our squad who are ready. These players will now get a chance to step up and show their value to the team, and I’m excited to see what they will bring.
“Our long term injured boys have all progressed really well, which is a huge credit to our medical and strength and conditioning departments.
“They work tirelessly with the players, and it’s fantastic to have the boys recovering so well, and returning ahead of schedule.”