The Wounded and Wearied Going Into R3

Written by Duck on April 7 2010

ADELAIDE
Simon Goodwin (corked knee) – test
Graham Johncock (thumb) – 1-2 weeks
Brodie Martin (knee) – indefinite
Brad Moran (knee) – indefinite
Andy Otten (knee) – season
James Sellar (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Sam Shaw (shin) – 3-4 weeks
Rory Sloane (ankle) – 5-6 weeks
Scott Stevens (concussion) – test
Brad Symes (knee) – indefinite

BRISBANE LIONS
Jed Adcock (quad) – TBC
Callum Bartlett (knee) – 2 weeks
Amon Buchanan (thumb) – 4-6 weeks
Jamie Charman (ankle) – 4 weeks
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Mitch Golby (knee) – 2 weeks
Bart McCulloch (quad) – 4 weeks
Bryce Retzlaff (shin) – 2 weeks
Sam Sheldon (back) – 2-4 weeks

CARLTON
Mark Austin (groin) – 1 week
Paul Bower (leg) – test
Brad Fisher (knee) – 9-10 weeks
Rhys O’Keeffe (hip) – 2-3 weeks

COLLINGWOOD*
Brad Dick (shoulder) – 6-8 weeks
Ben Johnson (knee) – 2-4 weeks
Shane O’Bree (virus) – test
Simon Prestigiacomo (quad) – test
Josh Thomas (calf) – 2-4 weeks
Cameron Wood (finger) – 3-5 weeks

ESSENDON
Mark McVeigh (infected arm) – TBA
Leroy Jetta (dislocated thumb) – 4 weeks

FREMANTLE*
Matt de Boer (shin) – test
Antoni Grover (knee) – 5 weeks
Tim Ruffles (knee) – 5-7weeks
Scott Thornton (groin) – 5-7 weeks

GEELONG CATS
Mitch Brown (leg) – 3-5 weeks
Ranga Ediriwickrama (hamstring) – test
Darren Milburn (hamstring) – 1 week
Steven Motlop (shoulder) – TBA
Matthew Scarlett (back) – test
Travis Varcoe (thumb) – 5-7 weeks

HAWTHORN
Shaun Burgoyne (hamstring) – 4 weeks
Jordan Lewis (ankle) – test
Rhan Hooper (hamstring) – 3-4 weeks
Brad Sewell (shoulder) – 2-3 weeks
Wayde Skipper (hamstring) – 6 weeks
Simon Taylor (leg) – 14-16 weeks

MELBOURNE
Daniel Bell (shoulder) – 3 weeks
Max Gawn (knee) – indefinite
Neville Jetta (groin) – 1-2 weeks
Liam Jurrah (shoulder) – 12 weeks
John Meesen (ankle) – indefinite
Cale Morton (knee) – 5 weeks
Jared Rivers (knee) – test
Colin Sylvia (jaw) – test
Luke Tapscott (hip) – indefinite
Austin Wonaeamirri (hamstring) – 2 weeks

NORTH MELBOURNE*
Levi Greenwood (toe) – 1 week
Ed Lower (leg) – 2 weeks
Alan Obst (quad) – 2 weeks
Drew Petrie (foot) – 5 weeks

PORT ADELAIDE
John Butcher (back) – indefinite
Robbie Gray (back/hamstring) – test
Daniel Motlop (hamstring) – 3-5 weeks
Marlon Motlop (fractured foot) – indefinite
Paul Stewart (concussion) – test
Jacob Surjan (neck) – test
Wade Thompson (fractured eye socket) – 1-2 weeks

RICHMOND
Nil

ST KILDA
Raphael Clarke (hamstring) – TBA
Robert Eddy (ankle) – TBA
Sam Fisher (ankle) – TBA
Luke Miles (leg stress fracture) – TBA
Jesse Smith (ankle) – TBA
Jack Steven (foot) – TBA

SYDNEY SWANS
Ed Barlow (glute) – test
Craig Bird (foot) – 6 weeks
Trent Dennis-Lane (knee) – test
Lewis Johnston (foot) – test/1 week
Brett Meredith (quad) – 2 weeks
Jake Orreal (back) – TBA
Kristin Thornton (knee) – 6 weeks

WEST COAST
Sam Butler (facial fracture) – 3-4 weeks
Adam Cockie (knee) – available
Tim Houlihan (foot) – 7 weeks
Mark LeCras (hamstring) – test
Ryan Neates (shoulder) – available
Mark Nicoski (shoulder) – 2-3 weeks
Brad Sheppard (cheek) – 2-3 weeks
Koby Stevens (knee) – test

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jamason Daniels (knee) – 1-2 weeks
Christian Howard (hip) – 5 weeks
Brad Johnson (virus) – test
Sam Reid (groin) – 3 weeks
Stephen Tiller (groin) – 1 week
Callan Ward (groin) – 2 weeks

*Awaiting official advice from the club.

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  1. Quote from essondonfc website: “Meanwhile, veteran midfielder, Mark McVeigh, has been ruled out of the game after spending a fourth night in hospital with blood poisoning.”

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The Wounded and Wearied Going Into R3

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ADELAIDE
Simon Goodwin (corked knee) – test
Graham Johncock (thumb) – 1-2 weeks
Brodie Martin (knee) – indefinite
Brad Moran (knee) – indefinite
Andy Otten (knee) – season
James Sellar (hamstring) – 2-3 weeks
Sam Shaw (shin) – 3-4 weeks
Rory Sloane (ankle) – 5-6 weeks
Scott Stevens (concussion) – test
Brad Symes (knee) – indefinite

BRISBANE LIONS
Jed Adcock (quad) – TBC
Callum Bartlett (knee) – 2 weeks
Amon Buchanan (thumb) – 4-6 weeks
Jamie Charman (ankle) – 4 weeks
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Mitch Golby (knee) – 2 weeks
Bart McCulloch (quad) – 4 weeks
Bryce Retzlaff (shin) – 2 weeks
Sam Sheldon (back) – 2-4 weeks

CARLTON
Mark Austin (groin) – 1 week
Paul Bower (leg) – test
Brad Fisher (knee) – 9-10 weeks
Rhys O’Keeffe (hip) – 2-3 weeks

COLLINGWOOD*
Brad Dick (shoulder) – 6-8 weeks
Ben Johnson (knee) – 2-4 weeks
Shane O’Bree (virus) – test
Simon Prestigiacomo (quad) – test
Josh Thomas (calf) – 2-4 weeks
Cameron Wood (finger) – 3-5 weeks

ESSENDON
Mark McVeigh (infected arm) – TBA
Leroy Jetta (dislocated thumb) – 4 weeks

FREMANTLE*
Matt de Boer (shin) – test
Antoni Grover (knee) – 5 weeks
Tim Ruffles (knee) – 5-7weeks
Scott Thornton (groin) – 5-7 weeks

GEELONG CATS
Mitch Brown (leg) – 3-5 weeks
Ranga Ediriwickrama (hamstring) – test
Darren Milburn (hamstring) – 1 week
Steven Motlop (shoulder) – TBA
Matthew Scarlett (back) – test
Travis Varcoe (thumb) – 5-7 weeks

HAWTHORN
Shaun Burgoyne (hamstring) – 4 weeks
Jordan Lewis (ankle) – test
Rhan Hooper (hamstring) – 3-4 weeks
Brad Sewell (shoulder) – 2-3 weeks
Wayde Skipper (hamstring) – 6 weeks
Simon Taylor (leg) – 14-16 weeks

MELBOURNE
Daniel Bell (shoulder) – 3 weeks
Max Gawn (knee) – indefinite
Neville Jetta (groin) – 1-2 weeks
Liam Jurrah (shoulder) – 12 weeks
John Meesen (ankle) – indefinite
Cale Morton (knee) – 5 weeks
Jared Rivers (knee) – test
Colin Sylvia (jaw) – test
Luke Tapscott (hip) – indefinite
Austin Wonaeamirri (hamstring) – 2 weeks

NORTH MELBOURNE*
Levi Greenwood (toe) – 1 week
Ed Lower (leg) – 2 weeks
Alan Obst (quad) – 2 weeks
Drew Petrie (foot) – 5 weeks

PORT ADELAIDE
John Butcher (back) – indefinite
Robbie Gray (back/hamstring) – test
Daniel Motlop (hamstring) – 3-5 weeks
Marlon Motlop (fractured foot) – indefinite
Paul Stewart (concussion) – test
Jacob Surjan (neck) – test
Wade Thompson (fractured eye socket) – 1-2 weeks

RICHMOND
Nil

ST KILDA
Raphael Clarke (hamstring) – TBA
Robert Eddy (ankle) – TBA
Sam Fisher (ankle) – TBA
Luke Miles (leg stress fracture) – TBA
Jesse Smith (ankle) – TBA
Jack Steven (foot) – TBA

SYDNEY SWANS
Ed Barlow (glute) – test
Craig Bird (foot) – 6 weeks
Trent Dennis-Lane (knee) – test
Lewis Johnston (foot) – test/1 week
Brett Meredith (quad) – 2 weeks
Jake Orreal (back) – TBA
Kristin Thornton (knee) – 6 weeks

WEST COAST
Sam Butler (facial fracture) – 3-4 weeks
Adam Cockie (knee) – available
Tim Houlihan (foot) – 7 weeks
Mark LeCras (hamstring) – test
Ryan Neates (shoulder) – available
Mark Nicoski (shoulder) – 2-3 weeks
Brad Sheppard (cheek) – 2-3 weeks
Koby Stevens (knee) – test

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jamason Daniels (knee) – 1-2 weeks
Christian Howard (hip) – 5 weeks
Brad Johnson (virus) – test
Sam Reid (groin) – 3 weeks
Stephen Tiller (groin) – 1 week
Callan Ward (groin) – 2 weeks

*Awaiting official advice from the club.

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    1. Your guess………………

      News reports (that I’ve seen) in Adelaide have been vague, mainly focusing on the potential return of Knights.

      After the successful (say that in a sarcastic manner) returns of Vince, Burton and Porps after limited preparations, Adelaide’s desire to protect their young is clear. The next generation at West Lakes looked completely out of their depth and the older bodies are going to step it up no matter the cost – Van Berlo was the first casualty of this policy.

      Speaking of news reports, Ch10 last night reported that Tippett has been hampered in his training by knee tendonitis. My no-early-trades policy is under serious threat.

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  1. Quote from essondonfc website: “Meanwhile, veteran midfielder, Mark McVeigh, has been ruled out of the game after spending a fourth night in hospital with blood poisoning.”

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    1. Rookie first gamer Jake Melksham, taken pick 10 in last year draft is going to take his place this week.

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