Mark McCully’s scan

Date published: Tuesday, July 3, 2012

MARK McCully, the Oldham RL centre, will have a scan today on a long-standing knee injury.

It had him sidelined earlier in the season, but he has been able to play in recent weeks while waiting for the date of his scan to come through.

He and the club’s medical team will assess the situation when the results come through.

Paul Noone’s ongoing ankle injury, which he has had since the game at London Skolars on April 22, will be assessed when the players report for training tonight.

He was able to complete Sunday’s game at Whitehaven, but he complained afterwards that the joint was still giving him a lot of pain.

Roughyeds, placed sixth in Championship One after going nine league games without a win, do not play again until Sunday, July 15 when they are at home to seventh-placed London Skolars (3pm kick off).

After that they have still to play Doncaster and Workington at Whitebank and South Wales, Barrow Raiders and Gateshead Thunder away.

The reserves, pushing to make the play-off in the Reserves Championship Under-23s division, also have a blank weekend, but the under-18s scholarship squad will take on Leigh Centurions at Whitebank on Saturday (2.30pm kick off).