Castleford Tigers could be without Greg Eden for the rest of the season after the Super League's leading try-scorer suffered a shoulder injury.
Eden claimed a first-half double in the leaders' 38-14 victory over Salford Red Devils on Friday, but damaged his left shoulder when diving over in the corner for his second four-pointer of the night.
The winger, who has 14 more tries than any other Super League player with 34, may not feature against this year as a result of the damage done.
"I'm really disappointed for Greg Eden," Tigers coach Daryl Powell said.
"He'll probably be out for the year with that which is a massive blow. He's been going awesome for us.
"This happens. Every team has to deal with a little bit of adversity. We'll just crack on."