nab Cup R1 Injury List

Written by Motts on February 8 2011

James Craig (hamstring) – TBC
Chris Knights (corked quad) – available
David Mackay (groin) – 3-4 weeks
Andy Otten (ankle) – test
Sam Shaw (back) – 2 weeks
Bernie Vince (knee) – 3 weeks
Will Young (shoulder) – 4 weeks

Brisbane Lions
Callum Bartlett (knee) – indefinite
Jonathan Brown (groin) -1 week
Jamie Charman (achilles) – indefinite
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Josh Drummond (hip) – 6 weeks
Ash McGrath (achilles) – 1 week
James Polkinghorne (hernia) – 1 week

Lachie Henderson (hip) – 4 weeks
Matthew Kreuzer (knee) – 8 weeks
Luke Mitchell (shoulder) – 6 weeks

Nathan Brown (shoulder) – test
Brad Dick (shoulder) – test
Alan Didak (shoulder) – test
Tyson Goldsack (virus) – test
Shae McNamara (soreness) – test

Darcy Daniher (hip) – 6-8 weeks
David Hille (knee) – 4 weeks
Anthony Long (hamstring) – 4 weeks
Tayte Pears (foot) – TBA

Hayden Ballantyne (foot) – TBA
Michael Barlow (broken leg) – 6-8 weeks
Roger Hayden (foot) – 5 months
Joel Houghton (broken arm) – 6-8 weeks
Anthony Morabito (knee) – season

Marcus Drum (ankle) – 6-8 weeks
Cameron Ling (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Matthew Scarlett (ankle) – TBA

Gold Coast

Gary Ablett (groin/hip) – TBA

Jarryd Morton (foot) – TBA
Shane Savage (ankle) – TBA

Robbie Campbell (achilles) – 2-3 weeks
James Frawley (pectoral) – 10-12 weeks
Michael Newton (broken wrist) – 6-8 weeks
Ricky Petterd (hamstring/back)โ€” 1-2 weeks

North Melbourne
Ryan Bastinac (knee) – 14 weeks
Nathan Grima (back) – 6-8 weeks
Ed Lower (knee) – indefinite
Hamish McIntosh (achilles) – 6-8 weeks

Port Adelaide
Travis Boak (appendix) – 2-3 weeks
Jason Davenport (shoulder) – 2-3 weeks
Hamish Hartlett (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Ben Jacobs (glandular fever) – TBA
Matthew Lobbe (dislocated shoulder) – 10 weeks
Andrew Moore (groin) – ongoing assessment
Ben Newton (ankle) – ongoing assessment
Simon Phillips (shoulder) – 2 weeks
David Rodan (knee) – indefinite
Jay Schulz (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Jacob Surjan (knee) – 8 weeks

Daniel Jackson (hamstring tendonitis) – TBA

St Kilda
Michael Gardiner (knee) – TBA

Sydney Swans
Daniel Bradshaw (knee) – 4-5 weeks
Craig Bolton (achilles) – indefinite
Campbell Heath (knee) – 12-16 weeks
Tadhg Kennelly (knee) – 4-5 weeks
Shane Mumford (knee) – 3 weeks
Lewis Roberts-Thomson (sciatic nerve) – 4-5 weeks
Nick Smith (knee) – 3 weeks
Matt Spangher (quad) – 2 weeks

West Coast
Daniel Kerr (hamstring) – 2 weeks
Luke Shuey (broken finger) – 1 week
Beau Waters (knee) – 2 weeks

Western Bulldogs
Brian Lake (knee/hip/shoulder) – 8-10 weeks


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43 thoughts on “nab Cup R1 Injury List”

  1. Is this Round 1 of the afl season or the NAB cup???

    Half the syndey squad’s on the sidelines! what’s going on??


  2. Not liking the fact that lake is out for 10 weeks
    Lake was my second pick backman behind goddard had him from the start last year when no else had him in which he domiated (compared to other backman) and i dought many would of picked him had he been fit right now


  3. does anyone else think that colyn silvia is due for a breakout year? If he plays in the midfield as he did in the intra-club match at 422K and sitting in your forward line he could be as valuable as a Rioli or a Didak? anyone agree? Motts could be another Poll opportunity. “who is ready to brake the shackles” ?


  4. How’s Drummond looking for season 2011, surely missing 6 weeks will decline his ability this year. What do you guys think of Sam fisher being a replacement for him?? Or should I stick with drummy??


  5. Last year we were spoilt with the returns of Malceski and Waters in particular who became keepers and Kennelly/Macguire were good cash cows, however this year other than Otten who is still unproven over multiple years (unlike the former four) and Petrie who is a must have after missing only two games in the previous seven seasons, there is far less choice at the lower price range that stand out for value.
    I have my eye on the following players coming back from injury this season albeit some of them not receiving the Champion Data discounts we have seen in recent years:
    Ben McGlynn
    Ryce Palmer
    Liam Anthony
    Robbie Gray
    I acknowledge they are all mid-pricers however given the bye anomoly and increased trades I believe the past strategy of either premiums or rookies could be problematic this year given that everyone is looking for the next Barlow/Pods/Rocky/Silvagni/Broughton etc. and I believe last year was an anomoly in this field as the recruiters were so focussed on young talent so as to lock them in before GC/GWS had the chance to contract them.
    Intreested to hear your thoughts.


  6. just noticed that you click on the coaches online you get a 24 hr dash board bar graph comes up , showing how many coaches have been online for a 24 hr period . shows peak times and the slow times ….very intreasting..


  7. motts or duck…could you please bring out the 5 categories of all the dpp players and a survey on which dpp players they would pick on that list…..



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