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St George Illawarra Dragons fullback Josh Dugan will undergo scans to determine the extent of a knee injury sustained while on representative duty with Australia.

The Dragons custodian suffered the ailment whilst on debut for the Kangaroos in their 26-12 loss to the New Zealand Kiwis at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane on Sunday.

The NSW Blues representative will be assessed by Dragons Medical Staff upon the results of the MRI scans before any further decisions are made.

“Josh sustained what is suspected to be a knee injury while on international duty for Australia,” said Dragons Physiotherapist Dan Lawson.

“He will undergo an initial MRI scan on Monday to assess the injury before a determination is made later on in the week.”

All Dragons players involved in representative fixtures will be assessed by Dragons Medical Staff upon their return to training on Wednesday.

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