Torrance-Read to Miss Remainder of 2023 Season with Torn ACL
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TORONTO, ON – The Toronto Arrows confirmed today that lock Micaiah Torrance-Read will be forced to miss the rest of the 2023 Major League Rugby season due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament.
Torrance-Read will return home to his native New Zealand to undergo season-ending reconstructive surgery to repair the knee ligament.
The 27-year-old forward featured in two matches (two starts) in his debut season for the club, producing 57 carry metres on 10 carries and completing 25 tackles.
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Established in 2018, the Toronto Arrows Rugby Football Club is Canada’s first and only professional rugby union team.
Competing in Major League Rugby, the team is equipped to compete against top-tier North American professional club teams, providing emerging Canadian talent with enhanced and more frequent opportunities to hone their skills at an elite level.
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