<strong><u>Keith Wood</strong></u><br /> <br />Keith suffered a reaction to his injured shoulder after the Saracens game some three weeks ago. This has not settled as quickly as expected and once he has returned from Ireland, he will undergo an injection to help the nerves to settle. <br /> <br /><strong><u>Dan Luger</strong></u><br /> <br />Dan is continuing to work hard on his rehabilitation. Following the 30 minutes he played against Cambridge University, he had a hard weeks training that caused some re-action in his knee.
This has now settled and he is back in full training. At the present time he is looking to play in our 2nd XV game against London Wasps on 16th December.
Pat is now involved in controlled rugby sessions and is also looking to put in an appearance in our 2nd XV game on 16th December against London Wasps.
Roy has stared to make some definite progress following the ruptured achilles tendon injury he suffered in pre-season training. At the moment, we would hope to see Roy back in action in February next year.
Nick has been receiving some very robust treatment from specialists on the muscle injury he suffered in the first minute against London Wasps (17th November 2002).
He is in contention to return to action this weekend, but we will have to see how he reacts to treatment over the next 24 hours.
Nick damaged ankle ligaments against London Wasps. He is still two weeks away from returning to action.
Chris is now taking part in full rugby training, although he still needs to improve the strength in his shoulder.
Providing he is able to achieve this within the next week, he could be available to play in one of the games against Stade Francais in the Parker Pen Challenge Cup.
Harlequins fan Ed Atkin won the Etihad Airways 'Up and Under' competition at the Northampton Saints game. As a result, he and a friend have won a holiday to Abu Dhabi courtesy of Etihad Airways and the Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority.