Season over for Hull KR winger Ethan Ryan

The 25-year-old former Bradford player sustained the injury in his first game back from undergoing surgery on his other wrist.

Rovers said in a statement: “The club wishes Ethan Ryan a speedy recovery. We know he’ll come back stronger in 2022.”

Hull KR also have a serious doubt over captain Shaun Kenny-Dowall for Saturday’s derby against Hull FC after he injured a foot against Wigan.

The former New Zealand international centre has not missed a game since joining Rovers from Newcastle Knights ahead of the 2020 season.

Meanwhile, Hull KR forward Matty Storton has signed a two-year contract extension which will keep him at Hull College Craven Park until the end of 2024.

The 22-year-old has become a regular with Tony Smith’s team since joining them from Bradford ahead of the 2020 season.Smith said: “Matty’s doing a good job for us at the moment but we know his best years are still to come. I think he’ll really kick on and shine in the following seasons.

“I’m looking forward to working with Matty for the next three and a half years.”

Storton said: “I’m over the moon. It was a no-brainer really when I got approached by the club to sign the extension – I snapped their hand off.

“All the coaching staff believe in me. It was an easy decision. I’m learning from a lot of good players at the club and they’re all hitting their primes – so I’m learning from the best really.”

Last week, the Robins also announced that half-back Rowan Milnes signed a three-year extension with the club.

The 21-year-old made his Super League debut last October against Catalans. He has made 10 appearances for the club so far.

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