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    Posted: 15 December 2004 at 9:39am
Dave has had several stitches, and has a very impressive black eye. He will not be available for selection for Friday's game against The Borders. He may be available for the Ospreys (depends how quickly his eye & face recover from the injury) but he's more likely to be fit in time for selection against the Dragons on New Years Day.

Get Well Soon Dave.
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 i thought tha head gear was to protect you,but what if he never had it what state would the both of them be in then.
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Originally posted by connor boy connor boy wrote:

 i thought tha head gear was to protect you,but what if he never had it what state would the both of them be in then.

Head gear doesnt protect the face. 

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hell of a bang mind,both only looking at the ball to.
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I heard the clout from tafkatlb

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 you soon has they hit the ground it was'nt going to look pretty
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Anybody heard how the Glasgow guy is?
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Originally posted by Keith Bach Keith Bach wrote:

Anybody heard how the Glasgow guy is?

Kenny Logan stitches and concusion,

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In response to the gentlemans query re. Kenny Logan.

Logan knocked cold as Glasgow are frozen out

Llanelli 38 - 22 Glasgow

Gareth Roberts at Stradey Park
Monday December 13, 2004
The Guardian


Llanelli's second victory in a week over Glasgow was overshadowed yesterday by a collision between Kenny Logan and Dave Hodges that left the former Scotland wing unconscious.

Logan was taken to hospital where he underwent seven separate brain scans before being discharged. "I'm so lucky, because it could have killed me," he said last night. "I must have been out for the count for a few minutes and I can't remember a thing about my collision.

"I just recall lying on the special spinal board in the ambulance and realising how lucky I was to be able to feel my fingers and toes. In the circumstances, I suppose I am hugely lucky to come away from something like that only needing a few stitches."

Llanelli, meanwhile, can still make progress in Pool Three although they face a trip to Toulouse next month. They hope to welcome back Scott Quinnell and the Ireland flanker Simon Easterby in the coming weeks, having already seen the Lions hooker Robin McBryde return for this match. In coming off the bench following his recovery from a career-threatening neck injury McBryde was joined by fellow Wales prop Iestyn Thomas.

Their arrival came as Gareth Bowen slotted second-half penalties to regain the impetus for Llanelli, who went on to score the tries required for the bonus point. McBryde's presence was notable in several of the moves that highlighted the positive aspects of the Welsh side's performance as the game wore on.

The Scarlets opened with a terrific try by the wing Aisea Havili after 10 minutes, to which his opposite number Gareth MacLure replied nine minutes later after Bowen had been sin-binned for pulling back a Glasgow attacker.

Llanelli's right-wing Tal Selley followed up with a try of his own, converted in Bowen's absence by the centre Matthew Watkins. But after 38 minutes Selley was himself sin-binned for a deliberate knock-on, an indiscretion that Calvin Howarth punished with a successful penalty.

Two minutes after the break the Scarlets found themselves on the back foot when Sean Lamont burst away to score a try converted by Howarth. The ball had spilled into MacLure's path after the collision between Logan and Hodges.

Like Logan, Scottish rugby has a headache after their governing body's meeting yesterday, during which a proposal was made to cut funding to their professional teams by 28%.

Borders are the favourites to go out of business, but Glasgow would not necessarily escape. Their coach Hugh Campbell said: "Yes, there are worries over people's jobs in Scottish rugby, but I'd like to think that is not the reason we lost this game."

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get well soon dave!Ouch
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western mail states Dave needed both micro and plastic surgery on an eye gash.
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i read somewhere that kenny was in alot more pain than dave, and he thought he was going to die, or something like that.
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It's not a contact sport anymore, it's a collision sport.

Best wishes to both injured parties.

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i dont like kenny logan. i served Dai Hodges the other day, wohoo
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cant exactly have improved his looks then
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