He Is Back : sydney Roosters are pleased to announce arival of young talented star after what he did…


Sydney Roosters recruit Dominic Young had to leave Central Coast Stadium in the back of an ambulance after his first game for his new club on Saturday.

The giant Englishman was forced from the field in the 54th minute after being the victim of a crusher tackle.

Manly’s Toff Sipley was placed on report and is in danger of missing the trip to Las Vegas.

For Young, he was placed in a neck brace, with Roosters officials taking no risks with their giant flyer, especially with their own trip to Vegas just days away.

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He is expected to be cleared of any serious injuries, but the Roosters did not want to leave it to chance.

Young scored a try in his first official outing for the Chooks, who won 38-22. One of the highlights was seeing Young put on the afterburners and mowing down Manly flyer Ray Vaega once he got into open space.

Canterbury’s Bronson Xerri said the other night he once clocked 10.8 seconds for the 100m – who knows how much quicker Young could run.

Roosters coach Trent Robinson was certainly happy with the first hit-out by Young, but also thinking of his right winger’s health.

“He’s good, but when you’re dealing with the neck, it was precautionary – he’s gone to hospital to get a scan,” Robinson said. “He was good in there talking and sitting up. They want to keep it stable so we know what is exactly wrong with it. He’s in good spirits.

“I thought he was good [during the game]. There are two sides of the ball, his defensive movements improved the longer the half went, and getting used to playing with ‘Su’ [Joseph Suaalii].



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