Serious injury for Kuridrani

Date published: March 23 2015

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The Brumbies will be without Tevita Kuridrani for around two months after the Wallaby suffered a shoulder injury against the Waratahs.

Kuridrani, who signed a new deal with the Brumbies and ARU last week, damaged his AC joint making a tackle in the second half in Sydney. He will however not require surgery.

Brumbies head coach Stephen Larkham discussed the options to replace Kuridrani post-match, with one being to move Henry Speight infield.

"Depending on how he gets through, he's likely to be out for two months," Larkham told the Canberra Times.

"We've got a number of options there.

"There's Dargaville, Henry has played a bit of number 13, Nigel Ah Wong is coming off injury, Jesse Mogg is back and Lausii Taliauli as well as Rod Iona."

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