"It's expected [it's a] ruptured Achilles tendon, so horrible news for us and Shaun," says Morris. Morris says he'll seek clarification from the NRL about the matter. “Oh wow, that‘s as bad as it gets,” Alexander said. Morris was fuming that the play was allowed to continue when the latter was down on the field with his injury. Shaun Johnson. Graham is set to return against Canberra next weekend. Johnson left the ground smiling, although grimacing, giving the crowd a wave and thumbs up. But news soon came down that it was feared Johnson had snapped his achilles tendon, which could require months of rehab to get back on the field. “I felt it was a pretty ordinary look for our game to play on while a guy is injured like that.”. “Tonight all my family was here … just really proud they can all be together and celebrate a good night tonight. Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >. Elsewhere, the Melbourne Storm secured second place on the NRL ladder with a 50-22 win over the Wests Tigers, while the Gold Coast Titans beat the Manly Sea Eagles 42-24 for their fourth-straight win. Six Again Grand Final edition: Did Ivan blow it? NRL Round Table: Which team wins the premiership from here? It‘s been a tough year for Aubusson, who’s father also died during the season, with the star being given some time off during the season. "It's yet to be confirmed, we need some scans, but they don't normally get those wrong.". “Play needed to be stopped there, he needed attention on the field,” Morris said. The Sydney Roosters have claimed a 34-18 win over the Cronulla Sharks but a shocking injury toll has made it an awful night for the men from the Shire. Shaun Johnson has suffered a horrific injury.Source:FOX SPORTS. “It’s been a really tough year for my family and myself, and the club’s been really good to me, they rallied around me and gave me the time I needed. The Cronulla Sharks are reeling after three horror injuries but coach John Morris has taken aim at officials after the game didn’t stop. State of Origin I: Blues could face a surprise, Walker's family sacrifice in Blues call up. With just one game left before finals, losing Johnson - who leads the NRL with 22 try-assists this season - is a disaster for the Sharks who will not have a second chance in week one. NRL Round Table: Do the Rabbitohs or Panthers have the better spine? Melbourne Cup 2020: Photos of drunk people, racegoers, fashi... Melbourne Cup 2020 result: Prince of Arran third place, jock... AFL news, trades 2020: Adam Treloar, Eddie McGuire, Collingw... Melbourne Cup 2020: Anthony Van Dyck euthanised, Aidan O'Bri... F1 news 2020: Daniel Ricciardo, McLaren switch, Renault, rac... Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. A family photo in the age of COVID as Aubusson celebrates his Roosters record.Source:Getty Images. Cronulla's NRL finals chances have taken an incredible blow with fears star half Shaun Johnson has snapped his Achilles tendon against the Sydney Roosters on Saturday. Moses hoping he's learned from finals failures, Corvo the man behind the Storm's professionalism, Six Again: Some real pretenders going into the finals, Warriors finish season on a high vs. Sea Eagles, Marshall's farewell match ruined by injury, Raiders hold off Sharks in finals preview, Rabbitohs destroy Roosters for biggest win since 1980, Knights stumble as Titans cap off their season in style, Rabbitohs pile on 60 against finals-bound Roosters, Cowboys hand Broncos the wooden spoon with easy win, NRL Round Table: Clear winner in 2020 most disappointing team award, Six Again: Refereeing causes Ricky to blow his stack. No doubt in excruciating pain, Johnson kindly gave the thumbs up to the crowd from the back of the medicab before reports emerged of the season-ending injury. Hunt dislocated his kneecap and suspected ruptured patellar tendon, while Dugan's injury was unknown. All times AEDT (GMT +11). Greg Alexander said in commentary it was lucky it wasn‘t his knee and said it could have been a broken leg. “That standing ovation as I came out will be something that I’ll never forget, it was a really special moment in my career. Johnson was the NRL‘s try assist leader with 22 but it appears his season is already over, despite the Sharks making the finals. The Roosters got off to a quick start through Aubusson but the Sharks hit straight back. “Clearly when someone can’t get to their feet and the doctor’s got to go onto the field to check him, that should be play stopped,” he said, adding the try the other way ruined his side’s momentum in a key moment of the game. Kiwis star Shaun Johnson has suffered a season-ending ruptured Achilles tendon injury in a major blow to the Sharks’ NRL finals hopes. The finals-bound side are already missing Matt Moylan, Wade Graham and Chad Townsend - the latter two through suspension. “I definitely think the old man was looking after me tonight.”. He was given a guard of honour by his teammates with only those in the Roosters‘ bubble able to join in the guard. "I'll have to speak to Graham Annesley about that, about when they should stop the game and when they should let it run on. On the night where Roosters star Mitchell Aubusson celebrated his 303rd cap, breaking the club record, with the veteran scoring twice from the centres. Nationwide News Pty Limited Copyright © 2020. In a sign of the COVID restrictions, Aubusson had to keep 1.5m away from his family post game but took socially distanced photos with them. New to Kayo? Cronulla's NRL finals chances have taken an incredible blow with fears star half Shaun Johnson has snapped his Achilles tendon against the Sydney Roosters on Saturday. Credits: Photo - Getty; Video - Sky Sport. "Clearly when someone is down and they cannot get to their feet, and the doctor has got to go on the field and check him - should play be stopped? New Zealand rugby league star Shaun Johnson will miss the remainder of the NRL season after suffering a suspected Achilles injury during the Cronulla Sharks' 34 … To add to their woes, the Sharks lost prop Royce Hunt and utility Josh Dugan to serious injuries as well. He was taken from the field and Sharks coach John Morris is fearing the worst for his playmaker. Every game of every round Live & On-Demand with no-ad breaks during play. Source:FOX SPORTS Greg Alexander said in commentary it was lucky it wasn‘t his knee and said it could have been a broken leg. "I was a bit disappointed with that Luke Keary try because play needed to be stopped because Dugan needed attention on the field," Morris says. Cronulla will be forced to dig into halves reserves this week after star Shaun Johnson suffered a suspected ruptured Achilles that will end his NRL … A NOTE ABOUT RELEVANT ADVERTISING: We collect information about the content (including ads) you use across this site and use it to make both advertising and content more relevant to you on our network and other sites. news.com.au — Australia’s leading news site, Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly >. Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. He added another to his tally against the Roosters on Saturday night, but the Sharks trailed 24-12 when he was taken from the field. Morris said the officials said they didn’t hear the trainer, but the Sharks coach countered that the orange shirt “went straight to him”. The 30-year-old went down untouched clutching his lower right leg in the 48th minute at the SCG and was soon after carted from the field in a medi-cab. 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Kayo is your ticket to the 2020 NRL Telstra Premiership. Shaun Johnson has suffered a horrific injury. The Keary try made it 28-12, and while the Sharks hit back with a try through Braden Hamlin-Uele, Joseph Manu finished off the game with a try nine minutes from time. "I thought that was an ordinary look for our game to play on when a bloke is laying on the ground injured like that. The Sharks appeared to suffer three serious injuries with Shaun Johnson believed to have ruptured his achilles tendon, Royce Hunt rupturing his patella and Josh Dugan with a serious seeming knee injury. Post-game, the Roosters celebrated Aubusson‘s record-breaking match with a presentation. NRL Round Table: Can the Storm win it all again in 2021? "The communication back from the officials was they didn't hear a trainer trying to stop time," he says. Johnson was joined by Royce Hunt with a ruptured patella tendon, while Josh Dugan soldiered on with a knee injury of his own for the undermanned Sharks. Early in the second half, the Sharks were looking to put some pressure on before disaster struck. He added he would go to NRL head of football Graham Annesley to clarify the interpretation. We will get some scans on him and see how he is going.". Sharks coach John Morris was furious about the Dugan injury with the Roosters scoring down Dugan‘s wing after the referee didn’t stop the game. Join us for live updates of Warriors v Raiders NRL clash from 4pm Sunday, NRL referee admits to bizarre mistake during Eels win, '13 v 14 always': Tevaga takes swipe at NRL refs, Copyright © 2020 MediaWorks TV - All Rights Reserved, By subscribing you agree to our Terms of Access and Privacy Policy. It was a fitting celebration for Aubusson‘s milestone with his mother, wife, siblings and children at the SCG to watch him make club history. Horrible scenes for Shaun Johnson and the Sharks.Source:News Corp Australia. But the defending champs took a 24-12 lead to the break. New Zealand rugby league star Shaun Johnson will miss the remainder of the NRL season after suffering a suspected Achilles injury during the Cronulla Sharks' 34-18 loss to the Sydney Roosters on Saturday night. “They scored exactly Josh should have been in the defensive line down the left edge and Josh was laying on the ground and play was allowed to go on for a full set. “The snapped achilles tendon, to describe it graphically, the calf muscle tears away and rolls up like a rubber band to the back of the knee,” he said. It was a horrible blow for the Sharks with Alexander later describing the Sharks as “missing Johnson badly” in attack, as the Roosters ran away with a 34-18 win. 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