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Luck of the Scotland: Round 10 injury list

It could have been a lot worse for Carlton’s Heath Scotland and other premium players who picked up knocks this week, as injury lists shorten.

AFL Rd 10 - Blues v Eagles


injured INJURIES

Colin Garland: Minded Varcoe… 5 marks and 10 disposals plus 3 tackles… left knee knock in Q4 and shut down
Cameron Hitchcock: 1.1 from 2 touches on Farmer… sprained left AC joint in Q2
Ben Griffiths: First game… 5 disposals on Chaplin… injured his thigh in Q3 and did not return
James Polkinghorne: Forward tag on Shaw… 9 touches… corked thigh and mothballed
Nathan Bock: Had Goddard at CHB… 25 possessions and 9 marks with 4 tackles… tweaked his groin in Q4
Campbell Brown: 13 disposals and 4 marks… knock to a knee in Q3 and it’s his PCL… 4-6 weeks out
Heath Scotland: 26 possessions and 6 marks plus 1.1… injured left ankle/knee in Q4
Brent Harvey: Tagged by van Berlo… 10 touches and 1.1… knock on the right elbow in Q3 and iced up at 3QT

in REPORTS

Lance Franklin: Kicked 3.2 from 15 possessions and 3 grabs on Grundy… also 5 tackles… reported for bumping Mattner in Q4

sore SORE PLAYERS

Ryan Griffen: 27 possessions and 3 FA with 2 marks and 1.0… cork in the right buttock in Q1 as he did last week but played on
Steven Salopek: Right shoulder dislocated in Q2… 14 possessions and 4 tackles… returned in Q3
Jonathan Brown: Booted 4.4 from 10 grabs and 15 touches on Reid then Maxwell then Prestiagiacomo
Garrick Ibbotson: Played up forward on Hansen… 1.0 from 23 disposals with 5 tackles… sore right shoulder flared up again in Q3 but he played on
Luke McGuane: Ran his knee into the goalpost in Q1 but returned… 6 possessions and 4 tackles
Zac Dawson: On Tippett… 11 possessions and 5 marks… left ankle injury in Q1
Rhan Hooper: First goal… 1.3 from 10 disposals on Heath then Rohan… struggled with sore left hamstring in the second half
Xavier Ellis: Tagged McVeigh… 10 touches… had his nose rearranged in Q1 and returned late in Q2
Brock McLean: 19 touches and 9 tackles with 4 marks and 0.1… rolled left ankle in Q4
Joe Anderson: 14 disposals and 8 marks… knock to the head in Q1
Aaron Joseph: Had Waters on a HBF… 7 possessions and 4 tackles… corkie in the right quad in Q3
Matt Priddis: Tagged by Hadley… 23 touches and 8 tackles… kicked in the calf in Q3 and bruised immediately
Patrick McGinnity: Minded Betts… 13 touches including 7 kicks… sore neck in Q3
Paul Hasleby: Tagged Swallow… 9 possessions and 3 tackles plus 1.1… knee in the back in Q1 but played on

concussed CONCUSSED PLAYERS

Brett Ebert: Kicked 1.1 on Moore… smashed by McGuane’s shoulder to the megahead in a marking contest in Q1 and stretchered off… returned in Q2
Josh P. Kennedy: Matched up on Sewell… 18 disposals and 6 tackles… copped Skipper’s knee in his head in Q4 and came off looking very groggy

POST-MATCH

Harvey is expected to play next week.
Scotland’s injury was a “corked shin” and he should also be fine.
Garland’s knee was said to have only been “jarred”.
Tom Scully and Jack Trengove will be straight back in this week to join Jordan Gysberts.
Matthew Scarlett will be out until at least round 13.
Darren Glass is a chance for the Geelong game this week at Subi.
Paul Medhurst is pushing for selection in the VFL.
Robbie Gray is out for another 2-3 weeks with his back-related hamstring.

29 Comments

  1. Timmeh

    May 31, 2010 at 8:13 am

    what about hitchcock m0nty?

  2. Timmeh

    May 31, 2010 at 8:16 am

    maguire > campbell heath
    medhurst > daisy thomas

    Next round

    hunt > gilbert, fisher or duffield.

    thoughts?

  3. m0nty

    May 31, 2010 at 9:09 am

    I looked for Hitchock info. Most seem to think he’ll be out this week but beyond that no one knows yet.

  4. Timmeh

    May 31, 2010 at 9:25 am

    k thanks m0nty

  5. hairydog84

    May 31, 2010 at 10:28 am

    if you had of watched the game you would of known scotlands injury was a cork but you dont you are just a stats watcher and have no credablity

  6. Doggies

    May 31, 2010 at 10:53 am

    What about barlow????

  7. Sussa

    May 31, 2010 at 11:43 am

    Any news on Bock’s injury??

  8. Esquire

    May 31, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    hairydog84 – is that a serious comment? You’re criticising a guy who runs a site you obviously use FOR FREE and instead of posting something useful you just complain. And by the way, try spelling words correctly you clown – it lowers YOUR CREDIBILITY!

  9. HomersHero

    May 31, 2010 at 1:31 pm

  10. HomersHero

    May 31, 2010 at 1:39 pm

    Any news when bower will return? If he gets a game?

  11. laceout

    May 31, 2010 at 2:36 pm

    Strong word about that Harvey’s elbow is much worse than first thought!

  12. gob79

    May 31, 2010 at 4:38 pm

    Bock & Harvey are the ones I am watching to see how they go – any info would be greatly appreciated!

  13. kinkwah

    May 31, 2010 at 7:18 pm

    Esquire – lol, spot on. I am not even sure who hairydog84 is having a go at. But for the fact he is on a “stats” website, would that not mean that the person on here would be a “stats watcher”?
    credability = lol

  14. ashmorris3

    May 31, 2010 at 8:36 pm

    hey monty do you know if alex silvagni is injured or just got ommited

  15. mervneagle

    May 31, 2010 at 9:12 pm

    You said it Esquire. There are some strange units on this site. It’s funny how the people who love to pick crap out of other people’s work and opinions seem to be the same one’s who have nothing original or noteworthy to say themselves! Gee I’d love to work with people like that. Not. But it’s also what makes this site great – it brings everyone together, just as the real footy does on weekends. Now if only we could all use this energy on something more productive…..

  16. laceout

    June 1, 2010 at 12:11 pm

    Speaking of strange units… what has happened to Jammer?

  17. MrVandelay

    June 1, 2010 at 11:26 pm

    @ Esquire
    I don’t dispute hairydog84 might need to rethink his approach, but with all the advertising, the “free use” comment is questionable. Clearly Monty and his partners have an incentive to take criticism from all types on board.

  18. mervneagle

    June 2, 2010 at 12:18 am

    There aint nearly as many ads on here as appear on ‘free to air’ TV!

  19. MrVandelay

    June 2, 2010 at 3:16 am

    Apples and oranges. I’m just glad FanFooty tossed the annoying sticky screen-wrap ads.

  20. Esquire

    June 2, 2010 at 11:25 am

    You use the site for free, you’re just exposed to consumerism as we are with every “free” aspect of life. I also agree that m0nty and the partners should be open to criticism, but constructively not childishly.

  21. TheBigBoyz

    June 2, 2010 at 7:50 pm

    Esqurire, hairydog84 is right, if anyone watched the game they would have seen it was not serious. You say his constructive criticim is childish, then why do you argue with him u suck up, stop sucking up to monty

  22. TheBigBoyz

    June 2, 2010 at 7:52 pm

    Monty, what about Michael Barlow ??

  23. CatsFan

    June 2, 2010 at 9:59 pm

    I’ve been told by the devil that I must bring in Fisher this week or I will burn in hell for the rest of my life. My plan was to downgrade Maguire to Campbell Heath and upgrade Waters to Sam Fisher (as I have next to nothing in the bank). This would mean Davis would now become a starting defender with Webberly and Heath on the bench. It would also free up $200,000 to allow me to upgrade Howlett to someone like Judd/Montagna/NDS in future weeks. What do you guys think?

  24. m0nty

    June 3, 2010 at 12:30 am

    Just to clarify, I only give the red cross for injuries that put a player out for the rest of the game – nothing to do with whether he will miss weeks in the future. Scotland’s knock was late in the game so he didn’t miss much TOG, but nevertheless he didn’t come back on so it did merit the cross.

  25. wozman

    June 3, 2010 at 8:44 am

    All the sooking aside, looks like barlow will be available to play yay. http://www.afl.com.au/news/newsarticle/tabid/208/newsid/95553/default.aspx

  26. bkuys

    June 3, 2010 at 11:32 am

    CatsFan… I think you should ignore the devil on this occasion. My general rule is you don’t want to play anyone in your starting line up with an average less than 80. Obviously you will have no choice at times but anything above 80 as an average is a keeper for me. That means Waters is a keeper with an average of just over 82. To sell Waters and Maguire (combined average of 157) for Sam Fisher and Heath is not a good move in my opinion. This will force you to play Davis so instead of having an average of 157 (Waters Maguire) you will have 142 (Fisher Davis). I know this will free up some cash to upgrade your midfield but is the loss of 15 points on average worth the potential gain down the track?

    I don’t know how many trades you have left but make sure you have around 10 by the half way mark as many teams in your league will be tempted to use them unnecessarily. Heath is worth considering but do you really need him if you have Davis and Webberly on your bench? Has Davis made you enough money? If so get rid of him or Maguire to bring in Heath if you really want to make the trade.

    And Monty… If you’ve read down this far, keep up the good work and thanks for the website.

  27. Esquire

    June 3, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    @ TheBigBoyz – I think you’ll find I never once said hairydog84 had anything constructive to say and if you read his post you’ll find there was nothing constructive in it, which I was pointing out to him/her.
    Making a useful suggestion is constructive – like suggesting to you to read posts properly before throwing your opinions in would have been a positive move on your behalf.

  28. TheBigBoyz

    June 3, 2010 at 8:47 pm

    Soz kevin Rudd, I didnt ask 4 an essay, what I was meant 2 say is that his comment was a constrcutive criticim, directed at monty, you smart….

  29. Phar_que2

    June 6, 2010 at 6:40 pm

    Whats going on with Ben mcGlynn, anyone know ???

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