Injuries disrupt another young star's career
NEWS: This year injuries have already forced the likes of Springbok duo Pat Lambie and Peter Grant called time on their career.
And this time, on-going injuries have forced 25-year-old Mark Jennings to take a sabbatical.
Sale Sharks and Mark Jennings have mutually agreed that the English player will take a sabbatical away from professional rugby for the foreseeable future.
The 25-year-old who has been a member of the Sale Sharks squad for the last eight years, has suffered a number of different injuries throughout his career and after a recent period of convalescence, it has been agreed by both parties that this is the best course of action to take going forward.
On the recent announcement, Jennings said: “I would like to thank Sale Sharks for the opportunity and more importantly the understanding to allow me to fully recover away from the club and hopefully make my return once I am fully fit.”
Director of Rugby Steve Diamond also commented, he said “Mark has been a great member of the squad throughout the last eight years and I’d like to thank Mark for his contribution to the club. We wish him well in his recovery process.
CLUB STATEMENT | The club have issued a statement regarding Mark Jennings.
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