Mitch Hinge (knee) test
Izak Rankine (hamstring) test
Andrew McPherson (quad) test
Kieran Strachan (wrist) test
Will Hamill (concussion protocol)
Elliott Himmelberg (hamstring) season
Nick Murray (knee) season
Tom Doedee (knee) season
Jordon Butts (foot) season
Chayce Jones (foot) season
Zac Taylor (foot) season
Jack Gunston and Daniel Rich will miss at least the remaining two games of the home and away season due to injury.
Sam Docherty (cork)
– Was subbed out after receiving a knock to the calf that tightened up as the game went on
– Will be assessed later in the week in regards to his availability
Jack Silvagni (knee)
– Back in full training
– Expected to be available this week
Harry McKay (knee)
– Has been back in full training and is expected to be available to play this week
Corey Durdin (shoulder)
– Will be a test to play this week
Adam Cerra (hamstring)
– Aiming to be available next week
Mitch McGovern (hamstring)
– Aiming to be available next week
Sam Walsh (hamstring)
– Aiming to be available next week
Matt Kennedy (knee)
– Chance to be available next week
Darcy Moore (hamstring) is making positive steps towards recovery from his hamstring strain sustained during Friday’s win against Geelong. The defender has been running laps at training ahead of an expected return during the Finals series.
Jordan De Goey (glute) sustained a deep glute strain during Friday night’s match. De Goey will be assessed prior to the side’s Round 23 clash against Brisbane.
John Noble (ankle) is another player left with an injury after the Geelong clash, suffering an injury to his ankle similar to one he sustained six weeks ago. The Defender will also be assessed ahead of Friday night’s game.
Josh Carmichael (thumb) dislocated his thumb during Saturday’s VFL win against Geelong at Victoria Park. The young forward played out the duration of the game and will be further assessed this week ahead of this week’s VFL match. The Club will provide an update when the VFL team is selected.
Steele Sidebottom (foot) missed Friday night’s game against Geelong with a foot complaint that has troubled him across the season. The veteran is recovering well and will be assessed later this week to determine his availability for selection this weekend.
Will Kelly (ankle) has missed the last two week’s games due to an ankle strain. Kelly continues to rehab and will be assessed further in the back end of the week.
Nick Daicos (knee) continues to recover well from a knee injury sustained during the Club’s Round 21 match against Hawthorn. As a precautionary the 19-year-old is using crutches to limit weight bearing on the injured knee.
Charlie Dean (foot) continues his promising rehab as he looks to transition to the main training group. Dean will be involved in match sim from next week should he continue to recover well.
Jake Stringer (foot), Sam Draper (hip) and Jye Caldwell (hip) and Dylan Shiel (foot) have all been listed as ‘tests’ for Saturday
GM of Performance Daniel McPherson said all players must get through main training without issue to be considered for selection.
James Stewart (Abductor) Test
Tex Wanganeen will miss the rest of the season after suffering a foot complaint.
Massimo D’Ambrosio being ruled out for the season last week with a knee injury, the club can confirm the 20-year-old had successful surgery to repair a lateral ligament tear.
Josh Draper was a test to return from a groin injury and play for Peel against West Perth at Rushton Park on Saturday.
Josh Draper (groin) – Test
Ethan Hughes (ankle) – Season
Heath Chapman (shoulder) – Season
Sean Darcy (ankle) – Season
Brandon Walker (knee) – Season
Nat Fyfe (foot) – Season
Sebit Kuek (knee) – Season
Cam Guthrie, Toby Conway and Sam Simpson all set to make their return.
Geelong Cats General Manager of Football Simon Lloyd said it was still to be determined what Guthrie’s return would look like, but there was excitement to see the midfielder back on the field.
“(He’ll return to) some type of football – that’s something to be determined over the next couple of days, and Cam Guthrie is available to play (this weekend),” Lloyd said.
“Tom Hawkins has been running, he’ll full train on Wednesday, and we’ll need to work through his availability for selection later this week,” Lloyd said.
Gary Rohan will miss Saturday’s clash with St Kilda after scans revealed a moderate hamstring injury.
Mark Blicavs is still at least a couple of weeks away from returning, but is showing good signs early in his rehabilitation program.
Nick Holman has sustained an injury to the lateral collateral ligament (LCL) in his left knee and will be unavailable for the remainder of the season.
Ben King missed the Round 22 match with knee soreness, with Bull saying the 23-year-old was a good chance to return this weekend.
Joel Jeffrey and Bodhi Uwland both remain two weeks away from a return as the SUNS VFL squad prepares for its finals campaign.
Finn Callaghan remains a test to play
Brent Daniels and Toby Bedford will be available for selection after serving one-match suspensions, while Ryan Angwin is also set to return to the field after missing last week’s match with illness.
|Xavier O’Halloran||Thumb||1 week|
Ben Brown (knee soreness) “He’s had a week off, he’s had a really good rehab session on the weekend and the plan this week is to get him full training with the view to be available for the weekend.”
Daniel Turner (hand) “He just needs some imaging done to be cleared by the surgeon for main training this week and then hopefully to be available for the weekend.”
Harrison Petty, Blake Howes and Ollie Sestan Out for season.
George Wardlaw, Jaidyn Stephenson and Cam Zurhaar will miss the rest of the season
Callum Coleman-Jones is still suffering from the lingering effects of his Round 18 concussion, and thus has been ruled out of the final two games.
Jy Simpkin has been cleared of any serious damage to his arm. “He’s in the gym again this week and trained fully this morning, so we expect him to be fine this week.”
Ben McKay sustained a dislocation of his small finger in the fourth quarter against Essendon but is likely to play this Saturday against Richmond, possibly with a glove for added support.
Liam Shiels remains a week away with a calf issue.
|Liam Shiels||Calf||1 week|
Dante Visentini – quad (test)
Scott Lycett – knee (3-4 weeks)
Charlie Dixon – foot (3 weeks)
Trent McKenzie – knee (3-4 weeks)
Josh Sinn – hamstring (4-6 weeks)
Tom Clurey – back (season)
Mitch Georgiades – knee (season)
|Noah Cumberland||Concussion||1-2 weeks|
|Dougal Howard||Wrist||2-3 weeks|
|James Van Es||Ankle||Season|
Dane Rampe is continuing to progress well from his calf injury. He will be a test to play Adelaide this weekend.
Justin McInerney has completed a week of strength work as a part of his rehabilitation from a calf strain. He commenced running late last week and we will continue to build up his volumes this week.
Joel has had some tightness in his hamstring in recent weeks. He will be monitored by our medical team throughout the week.
Greg Clark one match ban for a striking incident against Subiaco
Oscar Allen Elbow Test
Tom Barrass Back Season
Coby Burgiel Hamstring Season
Tom Cole Ankle Test
Jai Culley Knee Season
Harry Edwards Groin Season
Reuben Ginbey Hamstring Season
Brady Hough Illness Test
Shannon Hurn Achilles 1 week
Callum Jamieson Illness Test
Ryan Maric Calf Test
Nic Naitanui Achilles Season RETIRED
Jack Petruccelle Illness Test
Liam Ryan Hamstring Season
Dom Sheed Foot Season
Luke Shuey Hamstring 1 week
Jake Waterman Illness Season
Connor West Knee Season
Tom Liberatore (concussion): TBC
Jason Johannisen (calf) : test
Roarke Smith (foot): test
Tim O’Brien (hamstring): test
Riley Garcia (hamstring): test
Robbie McComb (concussion): 1 week
Anthony Scott (concussion): available
Sam Darcy (quad): 2 weeks
Dom Bedendo (groin): indefinite
Josh Bruce (knee): indefinite
Mitch Hannan (Achilles): indefinite
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