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Sawyer Able To Play Despite Broken Hand

Sawyer Able To Play Despite Broken Hand

Gary Sawyer will be fit for the foreseeable future despite breaking his hand in pre-season training.

The full back broke his left hand whilst preparing for the upcoming season last week.

Despite the injury, Sawyer will continue to feature for the O's thanks to a special cast designed to help the ex-Plymouth man play through the pain.



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Date:Tuesday July 16 2013
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