NSW Blues prop Payne Haas to receive painkilling injection before game two


“He can train unencumbered, the painkillers just top him up,” Gibbs said. “I only see him at Origin level, but he’s blasé about the pain, and it’s not stressing him out – the pain isn’t an issue for Payne.”

Haas told the Herald he would wear protective pads on both shoulders, but the right AC joint was the only one that required extra treatment come game day. He missed a game against South Sydney in round nine because of his left AC joint.

The front-rower has been restricted to light duties this week in Perth.

The front-rower has been restricted to light duties this week in Perth.Credit:Getty Images

“I get my needles [on] game day and it feels…



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