The pain, the pain

Written by Motts on March 31 2010

If you’ve got a bloke that’s on this list then I wouldn’t be going out to buy any lottery tickets this week. The ones to keep an eye on will be Gray, Kennelly, and Malceski.

ADELAIDE
Brett Burton (knee) – test
Graham Johncock (thumb) – 2-3 weeks
Chris Knights (foot) – test
Brodie Martin (knee) – indefinite
Brad Moran (knee) – indefinite
Andy Otten (knee) – season
Sam Shaw (shin) – 3-4 weeks
Rory Sloane (ankle) – 5-6 weeks
Scott Stevens (concussion) – test
Brad Symes (knee) – indefinite

BRISBANE LIONS
Jed Adcock (ankle) – test
Callum Bartlett (knee) – 2 weeks
Amon Buchanan (thumb) – TBC
Jamie Charman (ankle) – 5 weeks
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Mitch Golby (knee) – 4 weeks
Bart McCulloch (quad) – 5 weeks
Bryce Retzlaff (shin) – 3 weeks
Sam Sheldon (back)—2-3 weeks

CARLTON
Mark Austin (groin) – 1 week
Brad Fisher (knee) – 9-10 weeks
Rhys O’Keeffe (hip) – 3-4 weeks

COLLINGWOOD
Brad Dick (shoulder) – 7-9 weeks
Josh Thomas (calf) – 3-5 weeks
Cameron Wood (finger) – 3-5 weeks

ESSENDON
Leroy Jetta (dislocated thumb) – 4 weeks
Jay Neagle (strained ankle) -test

FREMANTLE
Matt de Boer (shin) – 1 week
Antoni Grover (knee) – 5-6 weeks
Adam McPhee (ankle) – test
Tim Ruffles (knee) – 6-8 weeks
Scott Thornton (groin) – 6-8 weeks

GEELONG CATS
Mitch Brown (leg) – 4-6 weeks
Darren Milburn (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Travis Varcoe (thumb) – 6-8 weeks

HAWTHORN*
Max Bailey (knee) – indefinite
Shaun Burgoyne (hamstring) – test
Cyril Rioli (groin) – test
Brad Sewell (collarbone) – TBA
Wayde Skipper (hamstring) – 6- 8 weeks
Simon Taylor (leg) – 16 weeks

MELBOURNE
Daniel Bell (shoulder) – 4 weeks
Max Gawn (knee) – indefinite
Neville Jetta (groin) – 3-4 weeks
Liam Jurrah (shoulder) – 13 weeks
John Meesen (ankle) – indefinite
Cale Morton (knee) – 6 weeks
Colin Sylvia (jaw) – test
Luke Tapscott (hip) – indefinite
Austin Wonaeamirri (hamstring) – 2 weeks

NORTH MELBOURNE
Majak Daw (toe) – test
Cruize Garlett (wrist) – test
Levi Greenwood (toe) – 1-2 weeks
Ed Lower (leg) – 2-3 weeks
Alan Obst (quad) – 2-3 weeks
Drew Petrie (foot) – 6 weeks

PORT ADELAIDE
John Butcher (back) – indefinite
Robbie Gray (back/hamstring) – test
Hamish Hartlett (hamstring) – test
Daniel Motlop (hamstring tightness) – test
Marlon Motlop (fractured foot) – indefinite
David Rodan (knee) – test
Wade Thompson (fractured eye socket) – 3-4 weeks

RICHMOND
Nathan Foley (ankle) – indefinite
Ben Griffiths (shoulder) – 1-2 weeks

ST KILDA
Jarryd Allen (hip) – indefinite
Raphael Clarke (hamstring) – TBA
Robert Eddy (ankle) – TBA
Sam Fisher (ankle) – 3-5 weeks
Lenny Hayes (corked calf) – TBA
Jesse Smith (ankle) – TBA
Jack Steven (foot) – TBA

SYDNEY SWANS
Craig Bird (foot) – 6-7 weeks
Trent Dennis-Lane (knee) – test
Lewis Johnston (foot) – 2-3 weeks
Tadhg Kennelly (concussion) – test
Brett Meredith (quad) – 2-3 weeks
Jake Orreal (back) – TBA
Kristin Thornton (knee) – 6-7 weeks

WEST COAST
Adam Cockie (knee) – 1 week
Tim Houlihan (foot) – 8 weeks
Ryan Neates (shoulder) – 1 week
Brad Sheppard (cheek) – 4 weeks
Koby Stevens (knee) – 1-2 weeks

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jamason Daniels (knee) – 2 weeks
Christian Howard (hip) – 6 weeks
Sam Reid (groin) – 4 weeks
Stephen Tiller (groin) – 2 weeks
Callan Ward (groin) – 2 weeks

* The injury list for Hawthorn is from last week and will be updated when available.

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  1. Reported on the news last night here in Perth that Mark Lecras did his hammy late in the game against brissy and will be out for 2-4 weeks.

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  2. Just read that R Gray is out for another week, maybe two. Along with Motlop.

    Malceski will be right I reckon along with T Kennelly I hope! Wish I had the Malceski istead of the Irishman after his RD1 score! surely he cant keep that up can he?? damn him for faking an injury late in the NAB game – I took him out of the team cause of that scare! 🙂

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    1. Hmm just saw that article on the AFL website, I really like Robbie Gray, thought he looked really promising in the semi final NAB cup game. Kept him in the selected side presuming it was only a one week injury, if that. What to do now? He probably won’t return until Rd4, and could even be a slow starter after a back injury. Really would hate to use a trade Rd1, should I just keep him in and have Hitchcock/Gumbleton sub in for him or trade him down for a Ziebell/Dangerfield/R Murphy/Betts who will make me some cash?

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        1. um that’s kB, s4. He’s not going to help you if you can’t get his name right – it may only be 2 letters but he can be funny like that.

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The pain, the pain

Written by Motts on

If you’ve got a bloke that’s on this list then I wouldn’t be going out to buy any lottery tickets this week. The ones to keep an eye on will be Gray, Kennelly, and Malceski.

ADELAIDE
Brett Burton (knee) – test
Graham Johncock (thumb) – 2-3 weeks
Chris Knights (foot) – test
Brodie Martin (knee) – indefinite
Brad Moran (knee) – indefinite
Andy Otten (knee) – season
Sam Shaw (shin) – 3-4 weeks
Rory Sloane (ankle) – 5-6 weeks
Scott Stevens (concussion) – test
Brad Symes (knee) – indefinite

BRISBANE LIONS
Jed Adcock (ankle) – test
Callum Bartlett (knee) – 2 weeks
Amon Buchanan (thumb) – TBC
Jamie Charman (ankle) – 5 weeks
Xavier Clarke (knee) – indefinite
Mitch Golby (knee) – 4 weeks
Bart McCulloch (quad) – 5 weeks
Bryce Retzlaff (shin) – 3 weeks
Sam Sheldon (back)—2-3 weeks

CARLTON
Mark Austin (groin) – 1 week
Brad Fisher (knee) – 9-10 weeks
Rhys O’Keeffe (hip) – 3-4 weeks

COLLINGWOOD
Brad Dick (shoulder) – 7-9 weeks
Josh Thomas (calf) – 3-5 weeks
Cameron Wood (finger) – 3-5 weeks

ESSENDON
Leroy Jetta (dislocated thumb) – 4 weeks
Jay Neagle (strained ankle) -test

FREMANTLE
Matt de Boer (shin) – 1 week
Antoni Grover (knee) – 5-6 weeks
Adam McPhee (ankle) – test
Tim Ruffles (knee) – 6-8 weeks
Scott Thornton (groin) – 6-8 weeks

GEELONG CATS
Mitch Brown (leg) – 4-6 weeks
Darren Milburn (hamstring) – 1-2 weeks
Travis Varcoe (thumb) – 6-8 weeks

HAWTHORN*
Max Bailey (knee) – indefinite
Shaun Burgoyne (hamstring) – test
Cyril Rioli (groin) – test
Brad Sewell (collarbone) – TBA
Wayde Skipper (hamstring) – 6- 8 weeks
Simon Taylor (leg) – 16 weeks

MELBOURNE
Daniel Bell (shoulder) – 4 weeks
Max Gawn (knee) – indefinite
Neville Jetta (groin) – 3-4 weeks
Liam Jurrah (shoulder) – 13 weeks
John Meesen (ankle) – indefinite
Cale Morton (knee) – 6 weeks
Colin Sylvia (jaw) – test
Luke Tapscott (hip) – indefinite
Austin Wonaeamirri (hamstring) – 2 weeks

NORTH MELBOURNE
Majak Daw (toe) – test
Cruize Garlett (wrist) – test
Levi Greenwood (toe) – 1-2 weeks
Ed Lower (leg) – 2-3 weeks
Alan Obst (quad) – 2-3 weeks
Drew Petrie (foot) – 6 weeks

PORT ADELAIDE
John Butcher (back) – indefinite
Robbie Gray (back/hamstring) – test
Hamish Hartlett (hamstring) – test
Daniel Motlop (hamstring tightness) – test
Marlon Motlop (fractured foot) – indefinite
David Rodan (knee) – test
Wade Thompson (fractured eye socket) – 3-4 weeks

RICHMOND
Nathan Foley (ankle) – indefinite
Ben Griffiths (shoulder) – 1-2 weeks

ST KILDA
Jarryd Allen (hip) – indefinite
Raphael Clarke (hamstring) – TBA
Robert Eddy (ankle) – TBA
Sam Fisher (ankle) – 3-5 weeks
Lenny Hayes (corked calf) – TBA
Jesse Smith (ankle) – TBA
Jack Steven (foot) – TBA

SYDNEY SWANS
Craig Bird (foot) – 6-7 weeks
Trent Dennis-Lane (knee) – test
Lewis Johnston (foot) – 2-3 weeks
Tadhg Kennelly (concussion) – test
Brett Meredith (quad) – 2-3 weeks
Jake Orreal (back) – TBA
Kristin Thornton (knee) – 6-7 weeks

WEST COAST
Adam Cockie (knee) – 1 week
Tim Houlihan (foot) – 8 weeks
Ryan Neates (shoulder) – 1 week
Brad Sheppard (cheek) – 4 weeks
Koby Stevens (knee) – 1-2 weeks

WESTERN BULLDOGS
Jamason Daniels (knee) – 2 weeks
Christian Howard (hip) – 6 weeks
Sam Reid (groin) – 4 weeks
Stephen Tiller (groin) – 2 weeks
Callan Ward (groin) – 2 weeks

* The injury list for Hawthorn is from last week and will be updated when available.

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  1. Reported on the news last night here in Perth that Mark Lecras did his hammy late in the game against brissy and will be out for 2-4 weeks.

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  2. Just read that R Gray is out for another week, maybe two. Along with Motlop.

    Malceski will be right I reckon along with T Kennelly I hope! Wish I had the Malceski istead of the Irishman after his RD1 score! surely he cant keep that up can he?? damn him for faking an injury late in the NAB game – I took him out of the team cause of that scare! 🙂

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