Scotland rocked by Stuart Hogg blow
October 11, 2013
Scotland and Glasgow Warriors have both received a significant blow with star fullback Stuart Hogg facing a prolonged spell on the sidelines.
Hogg, who featured for the British & Irish Lions on their tour of Australia, injured his wrist in their win over Leinster on September 20 and is out for "several weeks", according to the Warriors.
He will miss the first two rounds of the Heineken Cup and with Scotland starting their autumn Test programme against Japan on November 9, he faces a race against time to be fit for international duty.
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