New injury rules Charlie Walker-Blair out of Taunton Titans comeback
Charlie Walker-Blair continues to be one of the unluckiest rugby players in the West Country.
The powerful 24-year-old wing turned back rower has fought back from two serious knee injuries and has been back in training with two of his former clubs Taunton Titans and Minehead Barbarians.
But he went over on his ankle at work last week and ruled himself out of his comeback match for Taunton Titans who were due to play at Henley over the weekend before it was called off because of the bad weather.
“It’s a fresh injury and he may be out for a couple of weeks,” said Titans’ coach Tony Yapp.
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“You could almost accept it if he had collected the injury in training. But he simply went over on it while he was working.”
Yapp admits Titans are “not having a lot of luck at the moment.”
Former England Under 18 scrum-half Joey Bartlett is on a skiing holiday and will miss two of Titans’ games.
“It’s not easy at the moment,” said Yapp. “It seems to be one thing after another.
“But we’re getting good numbers in training which is a good thing.”