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7 minutes ago, Chelly said:

Injury List: Round 17

Max Gawn - Ankle | Test
Luke Jackson - Knee | Test
Blake Howes - Foot | 1-2 Weeks
Andy Moniz-Wakefield - Groin |  1-2 Weeks
Daniel Turner - Face | 1-2 Weeks
Joel Smith - Ankle | 2-4 Weeks
Tom McDonald - Foot | 8-10 Weeks

It is weird that TMc is still 8-10. 

Goodwin said last week he didn't know why it was listed as 8-10 when he said 6-7. 

Maybe he is now 5-6 weeks.

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Melbourne has also given important forward Tom McDonald renewed hope of returning this season, reducing the timeframe on his return to "eight to 10 weeks" as he recovers from a foot problem.’

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With a bye at the end of the home and away games, that would give TMac some slight hope of playing but he would have to incorporate some sort of mid-season with the next 8 to 10 weeks.

He’s probably an outside chance at best.

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2 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

With a bye at the end of the home and away games, that would give TMac some slight hope of playing but he would have to incorporate some sort of mid-season with the next 8 to 10 weeks.

He’s probably an outside chance at best.

Absolutely no chance he is barely walking 

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2 hours ago, Kent said:

Absolutely no chance he is barely walking 

Cannot afford underprepared players in a final (unless they are Steven May)

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3 hours ago, Kent said:

Absolutely no chance he is barely walking 

The fact that he’s “barely walking” today doesn’t mean you can write him off for 2022 if the doctor believes he’s an 8 - 10 week proposition today. If that remains the case in 2 - 4 week’s time then perhaps the prognosis might change. 

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6 hours ago, Chelly said:

Injury List: Round 17

Max Gawn - Ankle | Test
Luke Jackson - Knee | Test
Blake Howes - Foot | 1-2 Weeks
Andy Moniz-Wakefield - Groin |  1-2 Weeks
Daniel Turner - Face | 1-2 Weeks
Joel Smith - Ankle | 2-4 Weeks
Tom McDonald - Foot | 8-10 Weeks

Strange about AMW. He was omitted from the Casey side last week because he was being managed. Turns out he has a groin injury.

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16 hours ago, Elwood 3184 said:

Strange about AMW. He was omitted from the Casey side last week because he was being managed. Turns out he has a groin injury.

Maybe his groin injury was being managed. 

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Speculating but...!.Clarry has a Broken thumb and will miss 4-5 with it!

I hope not but....given his level of discomfort, I would not be surprised!!

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Just now, layzie said:

I can never tell with hand injuries, sometimes they're 2 x weeks and sometimes 5. 

Even some players who have had surgery have only missed 1 week.

Ridiculous to be trying to guess at this now.

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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Even some players who have had surgery have only missed 1 week.

Ridiculous to be trying to guess at this now.

Likely need to wait on scans, fingers crossed. 

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1 hour ago, Demonstone said:

Just bruised, according to Goody.  I hope he's right.

Yeah could have just been a massive stinger that may swell up a bit but hopefully no bone damage. 

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Does a GOAT have a thumb? Not sure of the logistics of the hoof .

At least a decent break until our next game. 

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14 hours ago, picket fence said:

Speculating but...!.Clarry has a Broken thumb and will miss 4-5 with it!

I hope not but....given his level of discomfort, I would not be surprised!!

POST IS MISSING ALL CAPS!!!!

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4 hours ago, old55 said:

POST IS MISSING ALL CAPS!!!!

Look I'll say it again, I am a one finger Keyborad Gerand master, that has limited training but plenty of passion. At least I can put forward a Coherent post Most, er Some, er Ocassionally........!!!

U figure it out! 😇

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