Knee injury ends Hiku’s NRL season

Knee injury ends Hiku’s NRL season

Penrith will be without Peta Hiku for the rest of the NRL season, with the Kiwi Test representative to undergo a knee reconstruction.

Hiku sustained the injury in Sunday’s loss to Gold Coast, tearing both his anterior and medial cruciate ligament, and will undergo surgery in the next fortnight.

In a double blow for the Panthers – who have already lost centre Dean Whare to a season-ending knee injury – they will also be without forward James Fisher-Harris for up to eight weeks due to a fractured thumb.

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