WEYMOUTH sustained a triple injury setback before and during Saturday’s 1-0 loss at Chesterfield.

Terras’ manager Brian Stock revealed half-time hooks for skipper Josh McQuoid and centre-back Jacob Mensah were due to respective ankle and hip injuries.

Prior to the game, midfielder Andy Robinson was ruled out with a gluteal issue suffered in training.

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Giving an update on the trio, Stock told Echosport: “Josh rolled his ankle in the first half.

“He tried to play through it, took his boot off at half-time and it’s ballooned up. That was a no-brainer to bring him off.

“Jacob was feeling his adductor. He felt like he couldn’t stride out, which probably makes sense.

“When we look at his recovery runs, he normally runs harder than that. He was in a lot of discomfort.

“We didn’t want to take any chances with him, so we brought him off.

“(Andy) it was a bit of a weird one. In training on Thursday he felt fine and had no problems.

“He complained of a tight glute and he felt it was too sore for him to travel and play.”

Weymouth are assessing the trio before their Good Friday clash with Maidenhead United at the Bob Lucas Stadium.