Holloway itching for Super Rugby return and Waratahs success

“I just can’t wait to put on a jersey and start hitting people again, it’s been a very long summer.” With that, you start to get an understanding of just how frustrating the past nine months have been for Waratahs star Jed Holloway. Midway through a breakout Super Rugby season, the 24-year old No.8 injured his shoulder and was ruled out for the remainder of the season, ending his hopes of a Super Rugby finals campaign and a potential Wallabies debut. After surgery and a four-month rehabilitation program, Holloway survived a gruelling pre-season with the Waratahs, only to suffer a further setback just weeks out from the start of the 2017 Super Rugby season. “It’s just a low-grade hamstring strain, which has been hugely frustrating because it’s been lingering for a while now,” he told Rugby News. “I was scheduled to return for round two but I had another scan to check on it and it showed that it was only about 85% healed, so on the back of what happened to Brad Wil
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