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Hamstring strain will keep Elgin City striker Kane Hester out for at least three weeks - and possibly more


By Craig Christie

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ELGIN City will be without star striker Kane Hester for the rest of the month - and possibly until November.

Elgin City striker Kane Hester. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..
Elgin City striker Kane Hester. Picture: Daniel Forsyth..

Hester pulled his hamstring in training last week and missed City’s 1-1 draw at League Two leaders Kelty Hearts on Saturday.

The injury had been diagnosed as a medial hamstring strain requiring a minimum of three weeks’ rest, with a worst case scenario of six weeks out.

Hester had netted seven goals this season and is two short of a half century of goals for the Black and Whites in just 82 starts for the club.


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