Get the latest on the injury front with updates on Paris McCarthy, Montana Beruldsen, and more.
General Overview - Rd 9 v Collingwood
The players enjoyed a great win on the weekend with no major injuries of concern coming of of the game.
The only incident was some knee soreness for Paris McCarthy after an awkward landing during the game, but was able to return and play the remainder of the match. Scans have cleared her of any major damage, and she is expected to be available for round 10.
Montana Beruldson – Quad
Montana injured her quad late last week and was a withdrawal from the match. She is expected to be unavailable for 4-6 weeks. She has commenced her rehab and will likely return to running later this week.
Paige Sheppard – Concussion
Paige is progressing well through her graded return to play as per AFL concussion guidelines. She will return to training with the group this week and is a test for availability this weekend.
Kiara Beesley – Knee
Kiara has returned to full training and going well. She is likely to be available for selection in the next two-three weeks.
Ally Morphett – Hand
Ally is continuing with her rehabilitation program and going well. Will review with specialist in for weeks for return to training timelines.
Kate Reynolds – Foot
Kate Is progressing through functional running progressions. Will be assessed for return to play timeline in the coming weeks.
Jenny Higgins, Haykey Bullas and Maddy Collier – ACL
Jenny is progressing well with her gym-based rehab program, while Hayley Bullas and Maddy collier are progressing well with their return to running program and have commenced individual skills.