The Sydney Swans have come through their Round 15 clash with Port Adelaide with no serious injuries or concerns.
Following the 10-point defeat to the Power, which involved a long day of travel, Covid protocols and a hard fought clash, the red and white are now preparing in Melbourne to face West Coast on Sunday afternoon at GHMBA Stadium.
Returning from injury in Round 15, young Swans forward Errol Gulden pulled through the game without any issues, playing limited minutes in his return from a stress related injury. The 18 year old has been missing since Sydney’s Round 8 fixture but will now continue to increase his football minutes over the coming weeks.
Lewis Melican, Sam Reid and Braeden Campbell remain on the sidelines, however continue to progress strongly with their respective rehabs.
Melican, who has been ruled out with a hamstring injury, has been slowed by a sore achilles but is continuing to work back to returning to football drills. The key defender played Rounds 5,6,7 this season but has been ruled out since.
Forward Sam Reid continues to progress strongly with his rehab and nears a return to football drills this week.
Braeden Campbell continues his strong recovery, building up to 6-7kms and has been introduced back into football skills. The young defender, who has been ruled with a stress related injury, is aiming to return to full training over the coming weeks.
Watch the the latest injury update with Head of Physiotherapy and Medical Services Damian Raper who provides the latest on the club's injury list ahead of Sunday’s clash with West Coast in the video below.