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Wests Tigers have suffered yet another injury blow with forward Bronson Harrison ruled out for up to eight weeks with a knee injury.
Harrison hurt his left knee in the 30-24 loss to Canberra at Canberra Stadium on Sunday with an MRI scan confirming the 22-year-old has suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury.
He is set to miss the next six to eight weeks, joining five-eighth Benji Marshall, hooker Robbie Farah (back), centre Dene Halatau (hamstring), and prop Ryan O'Hara (jaw) on the sidelines at the NRL club.
Harrison had been in good form for the Tigers, scoring two tries in Sunday's loss, which was the team's third straight defeat after winning their opening two games of the season.