No op for skipper Batch

This Is Wiltshire: Troy Batchelor Troy Batchelor

SWINDON Robins skipper Troy Batchelor does not require an operation on the knee ligament injury he suffered riding in the Australian Championship.

The 26-year-old tore his medial ligament in his left knee riding in the final of round two in Undera on Wednesday, with the results of an MRI confirming the tear.

He has this morning seen a specialist who confirmed no operation was needed and that he will be out for between four and six weeks. This means he will be fit for the start of the European season in March.

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3:22pm Tue 14 Jan 14

52Chalkie says...

Great news, get well soon Batch!
Great news, get well soon Batch! 52Chalkie
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8:19pm Tue 14 Jan 14

Di kanny oh says...

I wonder what Roscoe would had done had Batch been badly injured and missed the start of the season because they surely could recall Doyle from Leicester. I still say I would had preferred Doyle over Batch as he is our rider and surely that should come first. Roscoe did say he would use our own assets but has only used two and one of them looks dodgy. Still all quiet on the Morris front.
I wonder what Roscoe would had done had Batch been badly injured and missed the start of the season because they surely could recall Doyle from Leicester. I still say I would had preferred Doyle over Batch as he is our rider and surely that should come first. Roscoe did say he would use our own assets but has only used two and one of them looks dodgy. Still all quiet on the Morris front. Di kanny oh
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