The season is over for Isaah Yeo after the Panthers forward underwent shoulder reconstruction surgery earlier on Wednesday.
Yeo suffered a dislocated shoulder against Canberra Raiders in Round 8 and scans at the time confirmed he would require a full reconstruction.
However, refusing to give up on the Panthers season, the 24-year-old opted to delay surgery and attempt to rehabilitate the injury.
Four weeks later, with the team short on outside backs, Yeo returned to the field and played centre in a 15-12 victory over Manly Sea Eagles.
Unfortunately his luck ran out and he dislocated his shoulder again during his first stint in last Friday's defeat to North Queensland Cowboys.
Having now undergone surgery, Yeo begins a long rehabilitation process with the goal of being fit to play by the start of next season.