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Moulds suffers ACL injury

Moulds suffers ACL injury
Media Release
Friday 2 September, 2016

Silver Ferns and Mainland Tactix squad member Jess Moulds has suffered an injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her left knee.

The injury occurred while Moulds was playing for NZA during a practice match against the England Roses.

Mainland Tactix Head Coach Sue Hawkins says she really felt for Jess when she heard the news.

“This is gutting news for Jess. But we know that she is a tough character who will do everything to rehabilitate and come back stronger than before,” Hawkins said.

The Silver Ferns medical team, supported by the Mainland Tactix, will work with Jess and support her on her road to recovery.


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