Charron faces lay-off
January 2, 2000
Bristol's Canadian World Cup star Al Charron faces a lengthy lay-off after
Back-row forward Charron was hurt attempting to tackle Henley prop Dave Penney during the second half, and went off following treatment.
``It is 99% certain that Al has fractured a cheekbone, and if that's the case, then we are going to be without him for around six weeks,'' said Bristol rugby director Bob Dwyer.
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