Injury List Heading In To R7

Written by duck on 3:58 am, May 6 2009

There could be a glimmer of hope for my shabby injury ridden team with a few players due back this week …. here’s the status of injuries as we head into R7.

ADELAIDE
Nick Gill (hamstring) available
Trent Hentschel (knee) 2 weeks
Brett Burton (knee) indefinite

BRISBANE LIONS
Rhan Hooper (ankle) available
Joel Tippett (back) test
Matt Tyler (ankle) test
Adam Spackman (ankle) 1 week
Jamie Charman (ankle) 3-4 weeks
Bart McCulloch (quad) 4-6 weeks
Bradd Dalziell (knee) 6 weeks
Kieran King (ankle) 9-11 weeks
Matthew Leuenberger (knee) 11 weeks
Pat Garner (knee) season

CARLTON
Shaun Grigg (ankle) test
Chris Yarran (hamstring) test
Chris Johnson (thigh) 2-3 weeks
Adam Bentick (knee) 5 weeks
Sam Jacobs (foot) 5 weeks
Robert Warnock (foot) 5-7 weeks
Darren Pfeiffer (shoulder) 7 weeks
Andrew Walker (shoulder) indefinite

COLLINGWOOD
Paul Medhurst (ankle) test
Heath Shaw (hamstring) test
John McCarthy (hamstring) 1 week
Alan Didak (hamstring) 1-2 weeks
Sean Rusling (shoulder) 1-2 weeks
Ben Johnson (broken leg) 4-5 weeks

ESSENDON
Mark McVeigh (ankle) test
Hayden Skipworth (hamstring) 1 week
Kyle Reimers (quad) 3 weeks
Dustin Fletcher (fractured leg) 3-4 weeks
Andrew Welsh (ankle) 6 weeks
Brent Prismall (knee) 7 weeks
Jason Laycock (foot) indefinite
Scott Gumbleton (back) indefinite
David Hille (knee) season

FREMANTLE
Not available

GEELONG
Tom Harley (knee) available
Cameron Ling (Achilles) test
Brodie Moles (ankle) test
Adam Varcoe (knee) test
Gary Ablett (adductor) 2-3 weeks
Brad Ottens (knee) 3-4 weeks
Ranga Ediriwickrama (hamstring) 3-5 weeks
Scott Simpson (fractured ankle) 12 weeks
Steven Motlop (shoulder) indefinite
Mitch Brown (broken leg) season
Matthew Egan (foot) season
Josh Hunt (knee) season

HAWTHORN
Grant Birchall (thumb) test
Stephen Gilham (knee) test
Clinton Young (hamstring) 1 week
Max Bailey (knee) indefinite
Trent Croad (foot) indefinite
Xavier Ellis (foot) indefinite
Tim Boyle (knee) season

MELBOURNE
Mark Jamar (foot) test
Paul Wheatley (quad) 2 weeks
Brad Green (broken jaw) 2-3 weeks
Colin Garland (foot) indefinite
Sam Blease (leg) indefinite

NORTH MELBOURNE
Matt Campbell (hamstring) test
Daniel Wells (hip) test
Liam Anthony (foot) 1-2 weeks
Robbie Tarrant (knee soreness) 1-2 weeks
Jesse Smith (hamstring) TBC
Daniel Pratt (knee) 2-3 weeks
Lachlan Hansen (hamstring) 3-5 weeks
Brent Harvey (elbow) 10-12 weeks

PORT ADELAIDE
Mitch Banner (sinus fracture) test
Toby Thurstans (hamstring soreness) test
Jarrad Redden (ankle) 2 weeks
Shaun Burgoyne (knee soreness) 4 weeks
Nick Salter (knee) 5 weeks
Justin Westhoff (fractured foot) 5 weeks

RICHMOND
Nathan Brown (groin) test
Kane Johnson (knee) 4 weeks
Matthew Richardson (hamstring tendon) 10-12 weeks

ST KILDA
Steven King (hamstring) test
Max Hudghton (calf) 1 week
Jarryd Allen (hip) indefinite
Sean Dempster (knee) indefinite
Xavier Clarke (knee) season

SYDNEY
Leo Barry (knee) test
Craig Bird (shoulder) 1 week
Tim Schmidt (knee) 1 week
Patrick Veszpremi (finger) 3 weeks
Brendan Murphy (shoulder) 7 weeks
Lewis Johnston (foot) 9-10 weeks
Henry Playfair (hamstring) indefinite
Campbell Heath (knee) season

WEST COAST
Josh Kennedy (eye) available
Luke Shuey (groin) 4 weeks
Beau Staker (hand) 6 weeks
Beau Waters (elbow) season

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jamason Daniels (quad) test
Paul O’Shea (hip) indefinite
Stephen Tiller (groin) test
Tom Williams (foot) test

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Injury List Heading In To R7

Written by Duck on 3:58 am, May 6 2009

There could be a glimmer of hope for my shabby injury ridden team with a few players due back this week …. here’s the status of injuries as we head into R7.

ADELAIDE
Nick Gill (hamstring) available
Trent Hentschel (knee) 2 weeks
Brett Burton (knee) indefinite

BRISBANE LIONS
Rhan Hooper (ankle) available
Joel Tippett (back) test
Matt Tyler (ankle) test
Adam Spackman (ankle) 1 week
Jamie Charman (ankle) 3-4 weeks
Bart McCulloch (quad) 4-6 weeks
Bradd Dalziell (knee) 6 weeks
Kieran King (ankle) 9-11 weeks
Matthew Leuenberger (knee) 11 weeks
Pat Garner (knee) season

CARLTON
Shaun Grigg (ankle) test
Chris Yarran (hamstring) test
Chris Johnson (thigh) 2-3 weeks
Adam Bentick (knee) 5 weeks
Sam Jacobs (foot) 5 weeks
Robert Warnock (foot) 5-7 weeks
Darren Pfeiffer (shoulder) 7 weeks
Andrew Walker (shoulder) indefinite

COLLINGWOOD
Paul Medhurst (ankle) test
Heath Shaw (hamstring) test
John McCarthy (hamstring) 1 week
Alan Didak (hamstring) 1-2 weeks
Sean Rusling (shoulder) 1-2 weeks
Ben Johnson (broken leg) 4-5 weeks

ESSENDON
Mark McVeigh (ankle) test
Hayden Skipworth (hamstring) 1 week
Kyle Reimers (quad) 3 weeks
Dustin Fletcher (fractured leg) 3-4 weeks
Andrew Welsh (ankle) 6 weeks
Brent Prismall (knee) 7 weeks
Jason Laycock (foot) indefinite
Scott Gumbleton (back) indefinite
David Hille (knee) season

FREMANTLE
Not available

GEELONG
Tom Harley (knee) available
Cameron Ling (Achilles) test
Brodie Moles (ankle) test
Adam Varcoe (knee) test
Gary Ablett (adductor) 2-3 weeks
Brad Ottens (knee) 3-4 weeks
Ranga Ediriwickrama (hamstring) 3-5 weeks
Scott Simpson (fractured ankle) 12 weeks
Steven Motlop (shoulder) indefinite
Mitch Brown (broken leg) season
Matthew Egan (foot) season
Josh Hunt (knee) season

HAWTHORN
Grant Birchall (thumb) test
Stephen Gilham (knee) test
Clinton Young (hamstring) 1 week
Max Bailey (knee) indefinite
Trent Croad (foot) indefinite
Xavier Ellis (foot) indefinite
Tim Boyle (knee) season

MELBOURNE
Mark Jamar (foot) test
Paul Wheatley (quad) 2 weeks
Brad Green (broken jaw) 2-3 weeks
Colin Garland (foot) indefinite
Sam Blease (leg) indefinite

NORTH MELBOURNE
Matt Campbell (hamstring) test
Daniel Wells (hip) test
Liam Anthony (foot) 1-2 weeks
Robbie Tarrant (knee soreness) 1-2 weeks
Jesse Smith (hamstring) TBC
Daniel Pratt (knee) 2-3 weeks
Lachlan Hansen (hamstring) 3-5 weeks
Brent Harvey (elbow) 10-12 weeks

PORT ADELAIDE
Mitch Banner (sinus fracture) test
Toby Thurstans (hamstring soreness) test
Jarrad Redden (ankle) 2 weeks
Shaun Burgoyne (knee soreness) 4 weeks
Nick Salter (knee) 5 weeks
Justin Westhoff (fractured foot) 5 weeks

RICHMOND
Nathan Brown (groin) test
Kane Johnson (knee) 4 weeks
Matthew Richardson (hamstring tendon) 10-12 weeks

ST KILDA
Steven King (hamstring) test
Max Hudghton (calf) 1 week
Jarryd Allen (hip) indefinite
Sean Dempster (knee) indefinite
Xavier Clarke (knee) season

SYDNEY
Leo Barry (knee) test
Craig Bird (shoulder) 1 week
Tim Schmidt (knee) 1 week
Patrick Veszpremi (finger) 3 weeks
Brendan Murphy (shoulder) 7 weeks
Lewis Johnston (foot) 9-10 weeks
Henry Playfair (hamstring) indefinite
Campbell Heath (knee) season

WEST COAST
Josh Kennedy (eye) available
Luke Shuey (groin) 4 weeks
Beau Staker (hand) 6 weeks
Beau Waters (elbow) season

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jamason Daniels (quad) test
Paul O’Shea (hip) indefinite
Stephen Tiller (groin) test
Tom Williams (foot) test

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Movers and Shakers

Written by Motts on 3:14 am, May 6 2009

I’ve been running the glasses over who’s moving and shaking in the country’s best fantasy football league this week and a couple of fellas that may come into trade consideration for you this week if you’re looking to trade young Gary out of your midfield are Farren Ray and Mark Coughlan. Both will free up a ton of coin for you and both are travelling pretty well at the minute.

Ray has been playing like a man possessed – which isn’t unusual for blokes playing in new colours (unless your name is Jordan McMahon). He’s great overhead and he’s got a huge motor on him.

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Movers and Shakers

Written by Motts on 3:14 am, May 6 2009

I’ve been running the glasses over who’s moving and shaking in the country’s best fantasy football league this week and a couple of fellas that may come into trade consideration for you this week if you’re looking to trade young Gary out of your midfield are Farren Ray and Mark Coughlan. Both will free up a ton of coin for you and both are travelling pretty well at the minute.

Ray has been playing like a man possessed – which isn’t unusual for blokes playing in new colours (unless your name is Jordan McMahon). He’s great overhead and he’s got a huge motor on him.

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To Gablett or not to Gablett

Written by Duck on 2:45 am, May 6 2009

The big question on everyone’s lips is whether to trade out Ablett Junior. The little master has been given a 2-3 week rest due to an aductor strain and for those with slim pickings on their midfield bench it poses a potentiall season defining decision.

I am fortunate to have depth in the midfield but could not help but look at the possibilities that a trade for the great man would bring. You can have your pick of any player in the competition and still have plenty of change in the bank. Job done. It could however provide you with a good opportunity to trade up on a  player like Dangerfield from the Crows.

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