Saturday, November 7, 2009

Andrew Sheridan to miss Six Nations Matches

England prop Andrew Sheridan will miss the start of the Six Nations after being hit by a four-month lay-off.

Tomorrow Sheridan will undergo a full reconstruction of his dislocated left shoulder picked up during a collapsed scrum in Sale's Heineken Cup victory over Cardiff on Friday.

The Lions loosehead, 29, will also play no part in the autumn internationals against Australia, Argentina and New Zealand.

Instead, he must concentrate on returning for England's third Six Nations fixture against Ireland on February 27.

Sale director of rugby Kingsley Jones said: "Andrew is a great presence around our team and he will be missed.

"It's bad news for Andrew, England and Sale and we just have to come to terms with it."

If his recovery takes as long as predicted, Sheridan will miss the opener against Wales on February 6 and the trip to Italy eight days later.

His absence means England will be missing two first-choice front rows after Lee Mears injured his knee on Bath duty.

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