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Last Updated: Tuesday, 27 April, 2004, 10:52 GMT 11:52 UK
Lost tooth found in Millard
By Dave Woods

Widnes forward Shane Millard has been passed fit for Sunday's game against Wakefield after having an opponent's tooth removed from his head.

Millard suffered the horror injury in the win over Castleford but originally did not think it was too serious.

He was only alerted to a possible problem after learning that a Tigers player had lost a tooth in the game.

Meanwhile, Widnes have re-signed Craig Weston, who quit the Vikings to run a coffee shop back home in Australia.

The 30-year-old utility back, who left Widnes 16 months ago, will arrive back at the Halton Stadium in May.

He has been working on his match fitness by playing for Burleigh Bears in the Queensland Cup.

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