Down and Out in Round 11*

Written by Motts on June 1 2010

*Thanks to PA for the title

ADELAIDE
Nathan Bock (adductor) – 1 week
Brett Burton (knee) – 4-5 weeks
James Craig (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Trent Hentschel (knee) – 3 weeks
Chris Knights (foot, plantar fasciitis) – indefinite
Brodie Martin (knee) – indefinite
Brad Moran (knee) – indefinite
Andy Otten (knee) – season
Bernie Vince (ankle) – 1 week
Will Young (knee) – 6 weeks

BRISBANE LIONS
Jed Adcock (foot) – indefinite
Jared Brennan (ankle) – 2 weeks
Jamie Charman (ankle) – 4 weeks
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Josh Drummond (knee) – indefinite
Niall McKeever (knee) – 5 weeks
Daniel Merrett (hamstring) – 2 weeks
James Polkinghorne (thigh) – TBC

CARLTON
Dennis Armfield (quad) – test
Paul Bower (quad) – test
Ryan Houlihan (hamstring) – test
Chris Johnson (wrist) – 1 week
Kane Lucas (hamstring) – 1 week
Simon White (knee) – 2-3 weeks
Chris Yarran (thigh) – 2 weeks

COLLINGWOOD
Jarrad Blight (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
Anthony Corrie (knee) – 1-2 weeks
Leon Davis (calf) – test
Tristan Francis (quadriceps) – test
Josh Fraser (ankle) – test
John McCarthy (hamstring) – 1 week
Shae McNamara (knee) – test
Paul Medhurst (foot) – 1 week
Sean Rusling (calf) – 1 week

ESSENDON
Jake Melksham (sprained ankle) – test
Henry Slattery (bruised ribs) – test
Cale Hooker (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Jason Laycock (foot) – season

FREMANTLE
Michael Barlow (hamstring) – test
Greg Broughton (foot) – 2-4 weeks
Paul Hasleby (back) – test
Des Headland (knee) – 4 weeks
Luke McPharlin (knee) – 6-8 weeks
Brock O’Brien (quad) – 6 weeks
Alex Silvagni (ankle) – test

GEELONG
Joel Corey (knee) – 2 weeks
Marcus Drum (eye) – 2 weeks
Steven Motlop (shoulder) – indefinite
Brad Ottens (foot) – 2 weeks
Max Rooke (knee) – indefinite
Matthew Scarlett (hamstring) – 2 weeks

HAWTHORN
Max Bailey (knee) – indefinite
Campbell Brown (knee) – 4-6 weeks
Josh Gibson (hamstring) – 4-5 weeks
Rhan Hooper (hamstring) – indefinite
Simon Taylor (fractured leg) – indefinite

MELBOURNE
Matthew Bate (ankle) – test
Sam Blease (leg) – 2 weeks
Colin Garland (knee) – test
Max Gawn (knee) – 6 weeks
Liam Jurrah (shoulder) – 4-5 weeks
John Meesen (ankle) – indefinite
Ricky Petterd (shoulder) – season
Jake Spencer (knee) – 4 weeks
Luke Tapscott (hip) – 4-5 weeks

NORTH MELBOURNE
Leigh Adams (hamstring) – 1 week
Liam Anthony (shoulder) – indefinite
Luke Delaney (broken wrist) – 4 weeks
Aaron Edwards (shoulder) – test
Brent Harvey (elbow) – test
Ayden Kennedy (stress fracture, foot) – 5 weeks
Drew Petrie (stress reaction foot) – 4-6 weeks
Ben Ross (groin/hip) – indefinite
Daniel Wells (groin) – test

PORT ADELAIDE
Dean Brogan (back) – test
John Butcher (back) – indefinite
Brett Ebert (concussion) – test
Robbie Gray (hamstring) – 2 weeks
Cameron Hitchcock (shoulder) – test
Nathan Krakouer (groin) – 3 weeks
Andrew Moore (groin) – 4-5 weeks
Marlon Motlop (foot) – indefinite
Michael Pettigrew (knee) – 8-10 weeks
Steven Salopek (shoulder) – test
Warren Tredrea (ankle) – 10-12 weeks

RICHMOND
Matt Dea (foot) – indefinite
Nathan Foley (leg) – test

ST KILDA
Jason Gram (groin/hamstring) – 4 weeks
Steven King (hamstring) – test*
Blake McGrath (stress fracture, foot) – indefinite
Luke Miles (stress fracture, fibula) – indefinite
Nick Riewoldt (hamstring) – 6 weeks*

SYDNEY SWANS
TBC

WEST COAST
Jordan Jones (ankle) – 6-8 weeks
Daniel Kerr (hamstring) – 7 weeks
Chris Masten (knee) – 3-4 weeks
Ash Hansen (hip) – 1 week
Darren Glass (abdomen) – TBA
Luke Shuey (virus) – 1-2 weeks

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jason Akermanis (hamstring) – TBA
Ayce Cordy (shoulder) – season
Brad Johnson (achilles) – 2 weeks
Lukas Markovic (shoulder) – test
Robert Murphy (knee) – 1-2 weeks
Shane Thorne (knee) – 9 weeks

*Estimate only. Club has not provided official timeframe.

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  1. Love your work PA* – are you going to claim for plagiarism? Maybe the HS solicitors can provide an opinion although Motts has obviously learnt given the asterisk and public disclosure LOL!

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  2. bloody hell shoe ,its been 1 and 2 weeks for a while, and now you have a bloody virus . you cant take a bloody trick shoe ….

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    1. I heard he’s done enough to regain his spot this week. As always, check the ins and outs on Friday (that we will dutifully post for you, dear readers) before making any trades.

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    2. Got this snippet from The West Australian online Today, Frosty

      Fremantle coach Mark Harvey was confident Hasleby would only be sidelined for one match.

      However, Harvey had brighter news about Michael Barlow (hamstring) and Alex Silvagni (ankle), both of whom are set to return to AFL ranks on Saturday.

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  3. what do we do with hitchcock? does anyone know how bad his shoulder injur is? will he miss many games does anone think?

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    1. I’m gonna hold him for now I think. He was in good form before getting injured and may only miss one game, if that. I just don’t see too many downgrade targets who will reliably get games atm.

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      1. yeah same here. its getting pretty bare now for overall trade down targets, but i have Phil Davis for my other emergency and he plays well. So, i guess im gonna hold off until i find out more…

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    2. I saw a news report last night on Port’s new indoor facilities that showed players going through their paces. Hitchcock was amongst them showing no indication of injury. He’s obviously no certainty but it was nice to see him amongst the main group.

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Down and Out in Round 11*

Written by Motts on

*Thanks to PA for the title

ADELAIDE
Nathan Bock (adductor) – 1 week
Brett Burton (knee) – 4-5 weeks
James Craig (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Trent Hentschel (knee) – 3 weeks
Chris Knights (foot, plantar fasciitis) – indefinite
Brodie Martin (knee) – indefinite
Brad Moran (knee) – indefinite
Andy Otten (knee) – season
Bernie Vince (ankle) – 1 week
Will Young (knee) – 6 weeks

BRISBANE LIONS
Jed Adcock (foot) – indefinite
Jared Brennan (ankle) – 2 weeks
Jamie Charman (ankle) – 4 weeks
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Josh Drummond (knee) – indefinite
Niall McKeever (knee) – 5 weeks
Daniel Merrett (hamstring) – 2 weeks
James Polkinghorne (thigh) – TBC

CARLTON
Dennis Armfield (quad) – test
Paul Bower (quad) – test
Ryan Houlihan (hamstring) – test
Chris Johnson (wrist) – 1 week
Kane Lucas (hamstring) – 1 week
Simon White (knee) – 2-3 weeks
Chris Yarran (thigh) – 2 weeks

COLLINGWOOD
Jarrad Blight (ankle) – 1-2 weeks
Anthony Corrie (knee) – 1-2 weeks
Leon Davis (calf) – test
Tristan Francis (quadriceps) – test
Josh Fraser (ankle) – test
John McCarthy (hamstring) – 1 week
Shae McNamara (knee) – test
Paul Medhurst (foot) – 1 week
Sean Rusling (calf) – 1 week

ESSENDON
Jake Melksham (sprained ankle) – test
Henry Slattery (bruised ribs) – test
Cale Hooker (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Jason Laycock (foot) – season

FREMANTLE
Michael Barlow (hamstring) – test
Greg Broughton (foot) – 2-4 weeks
Paul Hasleby (back) – test
Des Headland (knee) – 4 weeks
Luke McPharlin (knee) – 6-8 weeks
Brock O’Brien (quad) – 6 weeks
Alex Silvagni (ankle) – test

GEELONG
Joel Corey (knee) – 2 weeks
Marcus Drum (eye) – 2 weeks
Steven Motlop (shoulder) – indefinite
Brad Ottens (foot) – 2 weeks
Max Rooke (knee) – indefinite
Matthew Scarlett (hamstring) – 2 weeks

HAWTHORN
Max Bailey (knee) – indefinite
Campbell Brown (knee) – 4-6 weeks
Josh Gibson (hamstring) – 4-5 weeks
Rhan Hooper (hamstring) – indefinite
Simon Taylor (fractured leg) – indefinite

MELBOURNE
Matthew Bate (ankle) – test
Sam Blease (leg) – 2 weeks
Colin Garland (knee) – test
Max Gawn (knee) – 6 weeks
Liam Jurrah (shoulder) – 4-5 weeks
John Meesen (ankle) – indefinite
Ricky Petterd (shoulder) – season
Jake Spencer (knee) – 4 weeks
Luke Tapscott (hip) – 4-5 weeks

NORTH MELBOURNE
Leigh Adams (hamstring) – 1 week
Liam Anthony (shoulder) – indefinite
Luke Delaney (broken wrist) – 4 weeks
Aaron Edwards (shoulder) – test
Brent Harvey (elbow) – test
Ayden Kennedy (stress fracture, foot) – 5 weeks
Drew Petrie (stress reaction foot) – 4-6 weeks
Ben Ross (groin/hip) – indefinite
Daniel Wells (groin) – test

PORT ADELAIDE
Dean Brogan (back) – test
John Butcher (back) – indefinite
Brett Ebert (concussion) – test
Robbie Gray (hamstring) – 2 weeks
Cameron Hitchcock (shoulder) – test
Nathan Krakouer (groin) – 3 weeks
Andrew Moore (groin) – 4-5 weeks
Marlon Motlop (foot) – indefinite
Michael Pettigrew (knee) – 8-10 weeks
Steven Salopek (shoulder) – test
Warren Tredrea (ankle) – 10-12 weeks

RICHMOND
Matt Dea (foot) – indefinite
Nathan Foley (leg) – test

ST KILDA
Jason Gram (groin/hamstring) – 4 weeks
Steven King (hamstring) – test*
Blake McGrath (stress fracture, foot) – indefinite
Luke Miles (stress fracture, fibula) – indefinite
Nick Riewoldt (hamstring) – 6 weeks*

SYDNEY SWANS
TBC

WEST COAST
Jordan Jones (ankle) – 6-8 weeks
Daniel Kerr (hamstring) – 7 weeks
Chris Masten (knee) – 3-4 weeks
Ash Hansen (hip) – 1 week
Darren Glass (abdomen) – TBA
Luke Shuey (virus) – 1-2 weeks

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jason Akermanis (hamstring) – TBA
Ayce Cordy (shoulder) – season
Brad Johnson (achilles) – 2 weeks
Lukas Markovic (shoulder) – test
Robert Murphy (knee) – 1-2 weeks
Shane Thorne (knee) – 9 weeks

*Estimate only. Club has not provided official timeframe.

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13 thoughts on “Down and Out in Round 11*”

  1. Love your work PA* – are you going to claim for plagiarism? Maybe the HS solicitors can provide an opinion although Motts has obviously learnt given the asterisk and public disclosure LOL!

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  2. bloody hell shoe ,its been 1 and 2 weeks for a while, and now you have a bloody virus . you cant take a bloody trick shoe ….

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  3. what do we do with hitchcock? does anyone know how bad his shoulder injur is? will he miss many games does anone think?

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