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banner Tuesday, 19 September, 2000, 18:45 GMT 19:45 UK
Murray on the mend
Cameron Murray
Murray could be back in action sooner rather than later
Edinburgh Reivers have been boosted by the news that Cameron Murray's knee injury is not as bad as first feared.

Murray suffered the injury during Friday's defeat to Glasgow Caledonians and the Scotland winger and his coach Frank Hadden feared the worst.

But he has undergone a scan which showed no major damage and will continue to receive intensive treatment.

Murray, however, has been ruled out of this Saturday's trip to Swansea where they will be looking to bounce back from last weekend's disappointment.

Hadden is already without Kenny Milligan, who has a scratch on his eye, and Duncan Hodge, who is recovering from a knee operation.

But the Edinburgh coach is hoping to have David Officer, Don Mackinnon and Craig Joiner back in his squad for the Welsh/Scottish clash.

Officer is recovering well from a back spasm and will undergo a fitness test tomorrow, while Mackinnon and Joiner have returned to training.

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