Eddie Jones issues Jonny May injury update - Ruck

Eddie Jones issues Jonny May injury update

Eddie Jones has confirmed that Jonny May WILL not play in this years Six Nations despite initial hopes he could feature in the final two games.

The England boss revealed that the speedster ‘won’t be ready for a bit mate’

Gloucester head coach George Skivington later confirmed the speedster has had surgery on a niggling knee injury.

Skivington said: “He had a small surgery and fingers crossed if it all goes to plan it won’t be a horrendous amount of time out, but he won’t be back in the next couple of weeks.”

The 5 fastest rugby players in the 2022 Six Nations

5. STUART HOGG – SCOTLAND – 11.6 SECONDS (100M)

Hogg broke Glasgow’s club record by hitting a top speed of 36.8kmh (just under 23mph) in training. In contrast, the Greater Roadrunner bird can only hit 20mph, while, back in the human realm, the top speed ever clocked by Usain Bolt was 27.8mph in the Berlin World Championships of 2009 when he set the still-standing 100m record of 9.58 seconds.

DID YOU KNOW? His father, John, played as a championship winning full-back for Hawick before becoming a rugby referee and his brother, Graham, played for Scotland 7s in the IRB Sevens World Series as well as representing Scotland at three different age grades

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