負傷者情報 Round 1

負傷者情報 Round 1

2017年3月29日 0 投稿者: aflnews

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Kyle CheneyHamstring2-4 weeks
Brad CrouchHamstring1 weeks
Ben DavisFootIndefinite
Tom DoedeeKnee2 weeks
Cam Ellis-Yolmen *KneeSeason
Alex KeathHamstring2-4 weeks
Mitch McGovernAnkleTest
Paul SeedsmanGroinTBC
Taylor WalkerHamstringTest
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Skipper Taylor Walker should be right to face the Hawks after going close last week while fellow forward Mitch McGovern will have his ankle injury assessed. Midfielder Brad Crouch will play in round one of the SANFL on April 8. He will need a couple weeks to build match fitness given his injury history and the fact he’s been sidelined since mid-January. Defender Kyle Cheney will miss up to a month with a hamstring injury sustained at training last week. He had a limited pre-season with a groin issue. Winger Paul Seedsman is still in the rehab group and will need time in the state league before he is considered for the senior side. Draftee Ben Davis has had surgery on his foot. He arrived at the club with a stress fracture and it didn’t respond to treatment. – Lee Gaskin

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Allen ChristensenCollarbone6 weeks
Cian HanleyFamily matterIndefinite
Hugh McCluggageAnkle1-2 weeks
Marco PaparoneHamstring1-2 weeks
Josh SchacheKneeTest
Sam SkinnerKnee8 weeks
Alex WitherdenLeg1-2 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

There are a few niggles, but aside from Christensen, the list is in good shape. Berry and Freeman are chances to play in a NEAFL practice match on March 25, while Schache and McCluggage resume training next week and should only be a week or two from entering selection calculations. – Michael Whiting

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Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Ciaran ByrneKneeTBC
Jordan GallucciShoulder2 weeks
Daniel GorringeAchillesTBC
Jed LambKneeTBC
Kym LeboisAnkle2 weeks
Andrew PhillipsFootIndefinite
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

The Blues have declared the versatile Jacob Weitering, who copped an accidental knock to the hip from Richmond defender Alex Rance early in last Thursday night’s season opener, will be fit to take on the Demons on Sunday. Key midfielder Patrick Cripps, who appeared to hurt his arm late against the Tigers but played on, also should be right. Dylan Buckley has recovered from a hip injury and played in a VFL practice match last Thursday. Phillips is in training but at least a fortnight off playing and Byrne hopes to return late in the season. – Howard Kotton

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Jordan De GoeyBroken knuckle/suspension5-6 weeks
Jamie ElliottAnkleTBC
Levi GreenwoodHip3-4 weeks
Tom LangdonKnee and ankle2-3 weeks
Ben Sinclair *Hamstring7-9 weeks
Travis VarcoeSuspensionAvailable round three
Daniel WellsCalf1-3 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Elliott has been ruled out of round two and will need at least one VFL game first before the Pies consider selecting him. De Goey will be sidelined for an extended period, set to miss another two or three games with a broken knuckle in his right hand followed by a club-imposed three-match suspension for initially lying about how he sustained the injury. The date for ex-Roo Wells’ long-awaited debut for the Pies continues to drift. Wills has recovered from a quad problem and could be available to play in the VFL side in the next week or two. – Ben Collins

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Josh GreenHamstring2-3 weeks
Jayden LaverdeAnkle12 weeks
Matthew LeuenbergerHamstring1-2 weeks
David Myers *Finger4-6 weeks
Jordan Ridley *Back12 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

The Bombers are in a healthy position heading into round two apart from losing Green to a hamstring injury. After two VFL practice games, Tom Bellchambers is close to being ready for senior selection after a pre-season impacted by knee surgery. David Myers is edging closer to having the splint removed from his finger and returning to ball use at training. – Callum Twomey

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Michael ApenessKnee4-6 weeks
Hayden BallantyneHamstring7-9 weeks
Harley BennellCalfTBA
Zac ClarkeKneeTBA
Josh DelucaGroin3-5 weeks
Taylin DumanAnkle2 weeks
Ryan NyhuisShin3-4 weeks
Alex PearceLegTBA
Luke RyanAnkleTest
Matthew UebergangHamstringTBA
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Ross Lyon has described Harley Bennell’s long-awaited return to football as a “moving feast”, but the injury-plagued star reportedly took part in match simulation last week at training in a significant step forward. Hayden Ballantyne is expected to start running soon after recovering well from hamstring surgery a fortnight ago, and big man Michael Apeness is building his workload on the anti-gravity treadmill. Rookie Taylin Duman hurt his ankle at training. – Travis King

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Ryan AbbottBack2-4 weeks
Nakia CockatooHand4 weeks
Corey GregsonFoot8-10 weeks
Cameron GuthrieCalfTest
Timm HouseShoulderTest
Jake KolodjashnijGroinTest
Scott SelwoodToeTest
Zac SmithSorenessTest
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Smith was a surprise withdrawal after the club declared him fit to play last week despite copping a knock before the final JLT Community Series game. Cam Guthrie took a cautious approach because of lingering soreness in his calf. Kolodjashnij and Selwood are likely to build up through the VFL. – Peter Ryan

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Sam DayHipSeason
Pearce HanleyFamily matterIndefinite
Michael RischitelliKneeIndefinite
David SwallowAnkleTest
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

This is the shortest list the Suns have seen in many years. Jarrod Harbrow (ankle), Trent McKenzie (calf) and Brandon Matera (eye) are expecting to play a NEAFL practice match on Saturday (March 18). Harbrow will need more match conditioning before being available for senior selection. – Michael Whiting

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Stephen ConiglioAnkle6 weeks
Aidan CorrHandTest
Matt de BoerHamstring1-2 weeks
Brett DeledioCalfTBC
Tom Downie *IllnessIndefinite
Tendai MzunguHamstring10-12 weeks
Jonathon PattonHipTest
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Coniglio is a massive worry with him being listed as six weeks away, the same as his initial diagnosis a fortnight ago, while Brett Deledio’s return still has no set date. Corr will train on Wednesday and Friday in a bid to prove his fitness, while Patton is likely to be given until Friday to show he’s OK to face Gold Coast. Adam Curley

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Jonathon CeglarKnee12 weeks
Jonathan O’RourkeHamstring3 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Ceglar is back running and O’Rourke is well into his rehab. Rioli was hampered for much of the season opener against the Bombers but given he played the game, out he appears a certain starter this week against Adelaide in what shapes as a really difficult encounter. Otherwise the Hawks are in fine fettle. – Ashley Browne

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Sam FrostToeTest
Colin GarlandKneeSeason
Max GawnBackTest
Michael HibberdAchilles2-3 weeks
Jesse HoganAnkleTest
Liam HulettHip2-3 weeks
Jay Kennedy-HarrisArm2 weeks
Mitch King *Knee4 weeks
Joel SmithShoulder16 weeks
Aaron vandenBergHeel4-6 weeks
Josh WagnerFibulaTest
Mitch WhiteAnkle2-3 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

The Demons insist star pair Jesse Hogan and Max Gawn will be fit to face the Blues on Sunday. Hogan was on crutches on Monday after rolling his ankle against St Kilda. The spearhead did not train with teammates on Tuesday, instead completing an ‘off legs’ session in the gym. Gawn was on light duties and walked laps on Tuesday but, with the extra day to recover, should be ready to roll against Carlton. Michael Hibberd worked hard in rehab on Tuesday and the Demons are hopeful they will have him available to play soon. The Demons have upgraded Mitch King back to the senior list in place of Joel Smith who is set to miss four months after shoulder surgery on Tuesday. – Ben Guthrie

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Paul Ahern*KneeSeason
Ben JacobsFoot2-4 weeks
Oscar JunkerBroken tibia10-12 weeks
Jarrad WaiteShoulder 4-6 weeks
Mason WoodHamstring1-2 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Waite was the only addition to North’s list after round one. However, defender Sam Wright missed Werribee’s VFL practice match last Saturday after being left out of North’s round one team largely because of his interrupted pre-season following ankle surgery. Wright will likely need more game time in the VFL before being considered for senior selection. – Nick Bowen

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Dougal HowardKnee2-4 weeks
Jasper PittardHamstring1-2 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

The Power’s injury room is extremely sparse. Pittard could be back as early as round three, while Howard is progressing better than expected in his recovery from a torn ACL. – Lee Gaskin

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Jack Graham *AnkleIndefinite
Shaun Hampson *BackIndefinite
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Steve Morris is set to play his first VFL game this week after recovering from a knee reconstruction, so he comes off the injury list. Graham is on the long-term list after falling on his ankle during a training drill last Tuesday. He has a small fracture in his tibia bone and ligament damage. Hampson has undergone multiple surgeries on his back injury but is able to train lightly after the Tigers identified the specific area of the ruckman’s back that is troubling him. – Nathan Schmook

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

David ArmitageGroin1-2 weeks
Nick CoughlanFoot4 weeks
Hugh GoddardAchilles1 week
Ben LongSuspensionAvailable round three
Paddy McCartinHamstringTest
Nick RiewoldtKnee2-4 weeks
koby StevensIll1 week
Updated: Wednesday, March 29

Early prognosis

The Saints will see how Riewoldt responds to his right knee hyperextension before determining when he returns. McCartin and Montagna should both be right to make the trip to Perth after playing three quarters in the VFL last Sunday. – Dinny Navaratnam

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Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Darcy CameronFingerTest
Isaac HeeneyGlandular fever2 weeks
Alex Johnson *KneeIndefinite
Jarrad McVeighCalf3 weeks
Tom Papley *Knee/shin2-3 weeks
Dane RampeArm5 weeks
Dan RobinsonCollarbone5-8 weeks
Gary Rohan *Back/hamstring3 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Heeney is listed as two weeks, which is a promising sign, while McVeigh is back running and could be fit to play in the next three weeks. Robinson has had surgery on his collarbone and will be assessed further next week. Papley and Rohan could be back on the senior list in the near future but will likely need time in the NEAFL after missing most of the pre-season, while Cameron should play in the NEAFL this week after missing round one with an infected finger. Adam Curley

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Matthew AllenHamstring2 weeks
Tom ColeQuad1 weeks
Scott Lycett *Shoulder10-12 weeks
Nic Naitanui *KneeLate 2017 season
Drew PetrieHand10 weeks
Willie RioliHamstring5 weeks
Simon TunbridgeKneeMid-late 2017 season
Jake WatermanFoot8 weeks
Updated: Tuesday, March 28

Early prognosis

Drew Petrie has multiple fractures in his hand but might be back earlier than 10 weeks after undergoing surgery on Tuesday. Scott Lycett was listed as 8-10 weeks away seven days ago but his recovery timeframe is back out to a more conservative 10-12 weeks post-surgery. – Travis King

Player

Injury

Estimated Return

Tim EnglishShin sorenessTest
Tory DicksonAbdominal3-4 weeks
Dale MorrisLeg6-8 weeks
Josh PruddenKneeTBC
Jack RedpathKneeTBC
Jordan RougheadHamstring3-4 weeks
Roarke SmithKneeSeason
Mitch WallisBroken leg3-4 weeks
Updated: Wednesday, March 29

The loss of Dale Morris for the next two months is a massive blow, but the veteran has avoided surgery. Tory Dickson can’t take a trick, with the goal sneak succumbing to an abdominal strain just weeks after returning from off-season groin surgery. Tim English should be right for a VFL practice match this weekend after overcoming a shin complaint. – Ryan Davidson

*Placed on the club’s long-term injury list

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