The Sri Lanka Rugby national captain Srinath Sooriyabandara has been cleared of any danger following the injury he sustained in the game against Hong Kong on the second day of the Asia Sevens Series 3rd leg played at the Colombo Racecourse.
The injury kept Sooriyabandara out of the rest of the series with the Tuskers forced to play the crucial semifinal and the 3rd place play-off without their skipper.
The injury took place when the 30 -year-old fell on his shoulder during their final group stage game on Sunday morning against Hong Kong, sustaining damage to his shoulder and clavicle. Shortly after, he was rushed to hospital for treatment but was cleared of immediate nature.
With the injury, the scrum half for Kandy Sports Club will most probably miss the first few games of the Dialog Rugby League that will kick off on the 7th of November 2018.