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Adam Cuthbertson says Leeds youngsters will benefit from their baptism of fire in the Super League following a woeful start to the season. The Australian prop is preparing for his first lay-off in Super League after tearing muscles in his elbow in training and was forced to sit out his first game of the season when the Rhinos lost to Salford on Saturday to leave them second-bottom with just two wins from their opening 10 games.Cuthbertson has been a virtual ever-present since joining the Rhinos from Newcastle 18 months ago and made the Man of Steel shortlist at the end of his first full season in Super League after playing a key role in their charge to the domestic treble. Weve been having to not only rotate players in certain positions they wouldnt play in, weve had to throw a lot of young kids in at the deep end in a sense, he said.But I think because of all thats been happening, you can only get stronger from it. These kids are getting gd experience.Ive been in situations where youve had a bit of a bad run in terms of win-loss scenario, and when you come out the other side, you see the light, you appreciate it a lot more and you can only grow stronger.Theres plenty of matches to rescue the season but its got to start now and I think it did last week. The performance at the weekend was quite a pleasing one. We didnt get the win but were on the right track.Were still quietly confident that we can turn it around and have a successful year. Cuthbertson (left) hopes to make a quick recovery after tearing muscles in his elbow Cuthbertson, who played in 34 of Leeds 36 matches in 2015, is hoping his enforced rest will help him reproduce last years form.I tore a few muscles attached to the ligaments that are joined to my elbow, he said. Its quite a decent tear t, so its not pretty, but Im hoping Im not out t long.Its rubbed salt into the wounds, especially doing it in training because you can cop them when it happens in the heat of battle.Ive been playing a bit battered and bruised. I broke a little bone in my hand, its an old injury Ive re-done and I think I was compensating for it a bit t much which sort of resulted in me getting this injury. You dont ever want to sit out games but I definitely feel refreshed from having the week off.Obviously we got pretty busy over the Easter period and I probably would have been rested (if it happened) this time last year, the way we were going.Im disappointed for me as player getting the injury but its not made it any easier on the team because of the amount of injuries in the squad.Watch Leeds Rhinos take on Hull FC on Sky Sports 2 HD from 7.30pm on Friday, April 15.By purchasing a Sky Sports Day Pass for £6.99 or Sky Sports Week Pass for £10.99, you can enjoy access to all seven Sky Sports channels and watch on a TV with a NOW TV Box or on a range of devices. Also See: Lui-inspired Devils beat Leeds No self-doubt for Rhinos Rugby League on Sky Fixtures and results Dwight Clark 49ers Jersey . -- There were a lot of firsts for the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night. 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MARINA BAY, Singapore -- Nico Rosberg beat Max Verstappen to the fastest time in the final practice session for the Singapore Grand Prix by just 0.059s in a session that will be best remembered for a track invasion by a lizard.Rosberg hked up a relatively clean lap in his Mercedes to set a 1:44.352 on ultra-softs, with Verstappen just 0.059s slower on his quick lap. Rosbergs time was marginally slower than his best effort in Fridays second practice, suggesting there is still plenty more to come from Mercedes in this evenings qualifying session.Lewis Hamilton had shown a glimpse of that in the first sector by clocking a time 0.25s quicker than teammate Rosberg but locked his brakes heading into Turn 7 and ran wide. As a result, he finished the session eighth fastest based on a time he set on the super-soft tyres.Kimi Raikkonen was third fastest for Ferrari, 0.508s off the pace of Rosberg, with Daniel Ricciardo a further 0.043s adrift after getting stuck behind a slow-moving Manor on his fast lap. Sebastian Vettel had to settle for fifth fastest after a mistake on the exit of Turn 7 saw him straddle the kerb and lose time, leaving him a total of 0.752s off Rosbergs benchmark.But it was an unusual incident under a red flag ten minutes into the session that really std out. The session had been stopped in order to clear debris left by Pascal Wehrleins Manor after he damaged his rear wing against the crash barrier at Turn 11.dddddddddddd In order to allow marshals to clear the debris from the track, the cars filtered back to the pits but as they did so they were were joined by an unusual visitor.Theres a giant lizard on the track! Max Verstappen said over his radio as a metre-long reptile scurried across the track at the exit of Turn 3. It stopped briefly in the middle of the track to let the Red Bull pass before running for the safety of the crash barrier on the others side of road. You came face to face with Godzilla then, came the reply from Verstappens mechanic as he cruised back to the pits. Once the circuit was clear of both debris and lizards, the session resumed with just a five-minute delay.By the chequered flag, Force Indias Nico Hulkenberg finished sixth fastest ahead of Daniil Kvyat in the Toro Rosso, Hamilton, Carlos Sainz in the second Toro Rosso and Valtteri Bottas Williams. Sergio Perez was 11th fastest ahead of Fernando Alonso, Esteban Gutierrez, Felipe Massa, Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button.Felipe Nasr finished 17th ahead of Romain Grosjean, who again reported difficulties under braking. 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