Cornish Pirates' Drew Locke ruled out for up to three months
Cornish Pirates centre Drew Locke has been ruled out for eight to 12 weeks after breaking his collarbone, BBC Radio Cornwall understands.
The 25-year-old was hurt in the in the 26-24 win over Nottingham on Sunday.
Locke is the club's second-highest try scorer of the season, having crossed the line seven times for the Pirates, four less than David Doherty.
He moved to the Penzance-based club on a permanent basis last summer from the Exeter Chiefs.
Locke had spent all of last season on a dual-registration deal from the Premiership club.
The news is the second blow to the Pirates in one day after forward Blair Cowan