Concern over Hurricanes hookers
hurricanes.co.nz and James Mortimer 10 Mar 2013 Getty Images
At this stage the next step is to monitor them both over the next 48 hours to see how they pull through.
Mark Hammett said: "It was a physical game last night and after the intensity of that second half there will be a few sore bodies today. The medical team will monitor both Dane and Motu over the next couple of days and should be in a better position on Monday to determine the seriousness of the knocks and when they are available to train and play."
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