Auckland Blues' injuries update
April 3, 2000
Following Friday night's bruising victory over the Hurricanes the cost has been counted this morning.
Returning full back Adrian Cashmore's knee is still sore. He did not train on Monday and his fitness will be re-assessed in the next 24 hours.
Lock Troy Flavell is another who did not train on Monday. He has six stitches in his lip but is a definite starter for Saturday's game against the Stormers.
Wing Doug Howlett's shoulder is settling well and his fitness will be reassessed over the next 24 hours.
Joeli Vidiri's light hamstring injury has settled. He will be available for Saturday's game.
Scrum half Mark Robinson has recovered from the knock sustained to his leg and will be fit for the Stormers.
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