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Injury Update: Marshall-King's scans reveal extent of injury

Jeremy Marshall-King has two fractures in his foot but will be back for the Dolphins this season.

Scans today confirmed fractures in his second and third metatarsals, but importantly showed no Lisfranc injury.

A Lisfranc injury could have ended the talented hooker's season.

Marshall-King will be operated on to repair the fractures this week but should be back in eight to 10 weeks.

That gives him time to return before the end of the NRL season, and play a part in the finals if the Dolphins can qualify.

With a smooth recovery, Marshall-King could be back at the start of September.

"This is not the worst news we could have had today," said Dolphins' Head of Performance Jeremy Hickmans.

"Jeremy will require surgery, but with no Lisfranc injury it appears he is well in the frame to play again this season."

The Dolphins have the bye this weekend, with their next match against the Rabbitohs to be played at Kayo Stadium on Thursday July 11.

Dolphins Casualty Ward

  • Jeremy Marshall-King, Foot, TBC
  • Jack Bostock, Concussion protocols, round 19
  • Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, Shoulder, round 19
  • Thomas Flegler - Shoulder, TBC
  • Tom Gilbert - ACL, 2025
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