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17 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

The reduction would be minimal.

Reduces the likelihood of concussion by up to 55%

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Edit : I have no idea how valid the data is But it references Australian sports - AFL - https://hexlid.com.au/pages/technical-specifications - Looking at the graph it shows approx 40% reduction in likelihood of concussion
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4 hours ago, Clint Bizkit said:

The reduction would be minimal.

It’s worked for Gus 

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11 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

hasn't kk been wearing a helmet at vfl level for several weeks now?

he certainly was the weekend before last

Yes he has!

I guess the players wear the helmet:

- to give them confidence on the field (not necessarily viable but whatever works)

- to worry their families slightly less (Brayshaw)

 

 

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On 6/25/2019 at 5:01 PM, Lord Nev said:

Jeffy and Joel done for the season. KK copped another head knock. No Lever this week. Hibberd a chance.

Round 14 Injury Report

 

I must say I haven't seen much of KK either in previous years or this year, but could it possibly be that he has a problem with peripheral vision / spatial awareness like that Saints guy ?Koshitske?

On 6/25/2019 at 5:30 PM, Lucifer's Hero said:

Joel Smith out for the season.  As is Jeffy. 

New injuries in AFL:  Keiltly 3-4 weeks (Ankle)  Stretch (Foot) 2-3 weeks.  No info as to whether it is the foot Stretch hurt late last year.

Difficult situation for them as all are out of contract at EOS. 

As Lord Nev mentioned KK had another head knock.  Hope he is ok.  Happening far too often.

Jeff, Stretch and Keilty must be very close to non renewals

On 6/26/2019 at 5:40 AM, chookrat said:

To those saying we should have taken Joel Smith off the ground, we had a JLT cup game to win and he kicked 4 while planted in the goal square. I don't see what the problem is. 

Does anyone have any factual information about the nature of his injury?  I didn't see the JLT game but when he kicked these goals did he look hurt?  

On 6/27/2019 at 2:02 PM, Skin Deeamond said:

Smith, Garlett and Vandenberg all seriously injured during the preseason games. (Vandenberg last year.) Those games are a disaster for us.

SD - so are you suggesting that we boycott these "meaningless preseason games"?  Would you then be prepared to cut the team some slack if they take time, maybe a few rounds, to get vital match practice?

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The news is a little better on the injury front but given the time of year, it’s a case of too little, too late:-

Injury List: Round 16
 
Kade Chandler (hip) – test
Max Gawn (ankle – test
Declan Keilty (ankle) – test
Jake Lever (knee) – test
Neville Jetta (knee) – test
Jake Melksham (foot) – 3-4 weeks
Tom Sparrow (knee) – 4-5 weeks
Kade Kolodjashnij (head) – TBC
Billy Stretch (foot) – TBC
Aaron vandenBerg (foot) – TBC
Jeff Garlett (shoulder) – season
Joel Smith (groin) – season
Aaron Nietschke (knee) – season
Guy Walker (shoulder) – indefinite
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squad should be cherry ripe for the finals period!

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3 hours ago, Chelly said:

The news is a little better on the injury front but given the time of year, it’s a case of too little, too late:-

Injury List: Round 16
 
Kade Chandler (hip) – test
Max Gawn (ankle – test
Declan Keilty (ankle) – test
Jake Lever (knee) – test
Neville Jetta (knee) – test
Jake Melksham (foot) – 3-4 weeks
Tom Sparrow (knee) – 4-5 weeks
Kade Kolodjashnij (head) – TBC
Billy Stretch (foot) – TBC
Aaron vandenBerg (foot) – TBC
Jeff Garlett (shoulder) – season
Joel Smith (groin) – season
Aaron Nietschke (knee) – season
Guy Walker (shoulder) – indefinite

What happened re Joel Smith's groin? Havent heard much about this, seems he has flown under the radar. 

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4 hours ago, chookrat said:

What happened re Joel Smith's groin? Havent heard much about this, seems he has flown under the radar. 

Don't ask mate, don't ask.... 

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4 hours ago, chookrat said:

What happened re Joel Smith's groin? Havent heard much about this, seems he has flown under the radar. 

He had an uneventful JLT series. Must have tweaked it at training before round 1....

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No training reports?

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Smith and Vandenburg are difficult to get on the park. Tragic really given they both add a lot when fully fit. Fingers crossed for 2020

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7 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

TMac has a meniscus tear requiring surgery, done for the year.

 

Hahahahahaha. 

It’s that or cry. How good has 2019 been?

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1 minute ago, Nasher said:

Hahahahahaha. 

It’s that or cry. How good has 2019 been?

It's such a write off. As long as we can have a healthy-ish list for the start of preseason then I'll keep my hopes up for 2020.

 

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1 minute ago, Lord Nev said:

It's such a write off. As long as we can have a healthy-ish list for the start of preseason then I'll keep my hopes up for 2020.

 

Yup. Do we know the recovery time for TMac? Obviously no more matches this year, but how will his pre-season be impacted?

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Gets a run of form and then he's out for the year. 2019 has been disastrous! 

Hopefully it sets us up for a nice run at 2020 though with a softer fixture and a hopefully "fresher" squad

 

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1 minute ago, Nasher said:

Yup. Do we know the recovery time for TMac? Obviously no more matches this year, but how will his pre-season be impacted?

Not sure, but apparently it's only a "slight tear", so at a very rough guess I would think he's safe for the start of preseason. Sparrow had a similar injury, I think a worse version though, and he was expected to miss about 8-9 weeks.

 

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21 minutes ago, roy11 said:

Gets a run of form and then he's out for the year. 2019 has been disastrous! 

Hopefully it sets us up for a nice run at 2020 though with a softer fixture and a hopefully "fresher" squad

 

Silver lining for him individually is that he hopefully got some of his 2018 confidence back before going down he, can hit the preseason hard. Better going down now than late in August

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makes no difference to our season. hope tom McDonald recovers and works on his goal kicking in the off season. 

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Ofcourse TMac is out for the year. Thanks 2019, you've been a blast!

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