Rotherham Titans’ Scottish fly half and club skipper, Garry Law, who has not played so far this season because of a long standing thigh injury, should be fit next month.
Law, who has missed 10 Championship games and four in the British and Irish Cup, expects to be available for the next round of games in Pool 3 of the Cup, beginning with the clash at Clifton Lane against Connacht in four weeks on Saturday January 11. The Scotsman, in his third campaign with the Titans, was injured in a pre-season game in August, and while he was picked recently for the B and I Cup game at Llanelli earlier this month, he suffered a setback when he took part in a training and fitness session before the team left for Wales. His thigh injury returned and he withdrew from the squad.
Rotherham’s medical staff are continuing to monitor Law’s progress.