Six months of absence for New Zealander Will Jordan

Six months of absence for New Zealander Will Jordan

Due to a shoulder injury, the 25-year-old winger will miss Super Rugby with the Canterbury Crusaders and the All Blacks' three scheduled test matches in July.

The Christchurch Premier League club announced on Monday that All Blacks winger Will Jordan will be out for six months due to a shoulder injury and will miss all Super Rugby matches with the Canterbury Crusaders. The holder of the club competition in the southern hemisphere said that Jordan (25 years old) will need surgery to treat the injury that dates back to last season. The Crusaders will play their first match in Super Rugby 2024 on Friday against the Waikato Chiefs, another New Zealand side, in a repeat of the 2023 final.

Jordan, who can also play fullback, is expected to return to rugby “In about six months”, meaning he will also have to miss the All Blacks' three scheduled Test matches in July, two at home against England and one against Fiji in San Diego, and possibly part of the Rugby Championship in August and September. The 25-year-old has scored 31 tries in the most appearances for New Zealand since his debut in 2020. With eight tries, he was the top scorer at the recent World Cup in France as the All Blacks lost in the final to them. South Africa.

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