Cordner certain to play in decider despite gangrene in leg

BOYD SHOWS OFF SOME LIGHT-FOOTED HOPPING AT TRAINING TODAY.

BOYD SHOWS OFF SOME LIGHT-FOOTED HOPPING AT TRAINING TODAY.

NSW Captain, Boyd Cordner, has declared he is a certainty to play in game three even if it means the probable amputation of his leg.

“Mate, this is Origin, I can’t miss it,” an excitable Cordner told The Courier Mail this morning.

“The way I see it is this is the biggest game of Origin ever played so I may not get the opportunity to play in a game like this ever again – whereas with my leg, I mean, who knows, maybe I’ll grow a new one?”

The Roosters back-rower has been isolated from the rest of the blues squad during his injury, not because of any direct health benefits per say, but rather because his teammates can’t stand the sight of his leg.

“His leg dead-set looks like the offspring of Rupert Murdoch’s ballsack and a pterodactyl,” says fellow NSW forward Andrew Fifita.

“I don’t know whether to wish him a speedy recovery or burn him with fire – it’s bloody scary shit mate.”

Cordner is expected to line up on Wednesday in the starting 13, whilst his leg is likely to start from the bench.

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