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Andy Caton Out 3 Weeks

Youngster Andy Caton has suffered a pulled hamstring that will keep him out of contention for atleast three weeks

Caton has appeared in 6 games thus far this season and has impressed fans with his performances after spending all of last season out with injury.

Team Physio Dick Mackey gave the official website this update, 'It's unfortunate for the lad and it will keep him out for about three weeks. He hasn't had the best of luck but we will get working on it and get him back as soon as we can,'




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Date:Tuesday October 3 2006

Time: 9:31PM

 

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