The worst case scenario for Jack Riewoldt is two months on the sidelines. Picture: AFL Photos
The worst case scenario for Jack Riewoldt is two months on the sidelines. Picture: AFL Photos

AFL Barometer: Blues face nervous wait on Simpson

Carlton's most experienced player Kade Simpson will have scans on a torn hamstring that may see him sidelined for the next two weeks.

Simpson strained his left hamstring in the second quarter of Carlton's five-point loss to Hawthorn in Launceston on Sunday and after an assessment at half-time, club medicos pulled him out of the game.

Simpson had been solid in the first half when the Blues dominated at ground level, and coach Brendon Bolton described it as huge loss.

"It's a big out," he said.

"We don't know the extent of it at this stage. The scans will determine that.

"I'm sure he will look after it and be back as soon as he can."

Half-back Nic Newman jarred his knee and also left the game early.

"He hit it into the ground pretty heavily, and we're not sure about the extent of that injury but hopefully he'll be okay."

Meanwhile, St Kilda will strongly consider rewarding lightning-quick pressure forward Robbie Young against GWS as scans officially cleared Jack Lonie of ACL damage.

Lonie's knee buckled in the loss to Adelaide, with scans diagnosing lateral ligament damage to his knee likely to sideline him for 6-8 weeks.

Captain Jarryn Geary was released from hospital on Sunday after the 30cm wound on his thigh to relieve pressure on the quad muscle was closed on Thursday.

The Round 11 clash against Port Adelaide in China would be the earliest return date for the Saints skipper but Round 13 after the bye is a more realistic prospect.

St Kilda's VFL affiliate Sandringham had the bye this weekend, with a strong field of candidates pushing hard for senior games.

Jack Lonie has not suffered damage to his ACL. Picture: AFL Photos
Jack Lonie has not suffered damage to his ACL. Picture: AFL Photos

Hunter Clark was dominant last week and is close, while mature-ager Nick Hind is ahead of Nick Coffield as the top-10 draft pick works on his one-on-one defence.

No. 4 draft pick Max King is nearly ready to play after his ACL recovery and could take the field for Sandringham the weekend after next.

But Young, taken at pick 67 in last year's draft, is in the box seat to replace Lonie as a like-for-like pressuring forward.

He is considered the fastest player on the list and was taken by the Saints after 19 goals for North Adelaide last year as well as a series of dramatic chase-down tackles.

GWS is anxiously awaiting an update on Stephen Coniglio's finger injury after he booted four goals in the Giants 41-point win over Sydney at the SCG.

The stand-in skipper, leading the club in the absence of injured veterans Phil Davis and Callan Ward, suffered a dislocated finger during the game.

Coniglio played out the match with a protective glove.

Will the Crows have room for Bryce Gibbs against Fremantle? Pic: Sarah Reed
Will the Crows have room for Bryce Gibbs against Fremantle? Pic: Sarah Reed

 

ADELAIDE

With their 29-point win at Marvel Stadium against St Kilda, the Crows found some of the free-flowing, high-scoring spark for which they'd become known, and did it so without experienced midfielder Bryce Gibbs who was a late withdrawal with gastro. He was replaced by youngster Jordan Gallucci, who kicked one of the Crows' 15 goals. The question now, as Adelaide prepares to face Fremantle at home next Sunday, is whether coach Don Pyke sticks with the youth (Gallucci, Elliott Himmelberg, Myles Poholke) or goes with experience and recalls big forward Josh Jenkins, who's now spent a fortnight in the SANFL. Jenkins pushed for a recall this weekend, kicking 3.0, racking up 18 disposals and winning 12 hit-outs in the reserves.

- Liz Walsh

 

INJURIES:

Bryce Gibbs (gastro) test

Shane McAdam (calf) test

Wayne Milera (AC joint) TBC

Andrew McPherson (hamstring) 1 week

Luke Brown (plantaris) 1 week

Paul Seedsman (knee) 2-4 weeks

Richard Douglas (syndesmosis) 3 weeks

Sam Jacobs (knee) 4-5 weeks

Tom Doedee (ACL) season

 

Harris Andrews should come back into the Brisbane side if fit. Picture: Getty Images
Harris Andrews should come back into the Brisbane side if fit. Picture: Getty Images

 

 

BRISBANE

Chris Fagan must have had his tongue firmly in check when he suggested Harris Andrews and to a lesser extent Rhys Mathieson might struggle to get back into the Lions' side after their big win over Gold Coast. "I don't know, they were running pretty well by the end of the week, couldn't be 100 per cent certain, it is hard to change a side that has just won,'' he said before breaking into a chuckle. The pair suffered what the club has labelled minor hamstring injuries in the Easter Thursday loss to Collingwood. They will be tested this week. Andrews, the vice captain, will play if he is declared fit to take on the Swans at the Gabba and Mathieson also should have enough runs on the board after a solid start to the season.

- Andrew Hamilton

 

INJURIES

Marcus Adams (knee) 1-2

Brandon Starcevich (hamstring) 2-3

Zac Bailey (hamstring) 2-3

Harris Andrews (hamstring) test.

Rhys Mathieson (hamstring) test.

 

CARLTON

It's not just an injury to Kade Simpson that has the Blues worried. Half-back Nic Newman jarred his knee against the Hawks and also left the game early.

"He hit it into the ground pretty heavily, and we're not sure about the extent of that injury but hopefully he'll be okay," coach Brendon Bolton said after the game.

However, there is some exciting news to come out of the VFL.

The man who the Blues traded up in the draft to get, Liam Stocker, was named best on ground for the Northern Blues.

It was a quiet day at the office for Alex Fasolo, whose stint in the VFL doesn't appear close to coming to an end.

Fasolo kicked one goal in the 58 point loss to Werribee at Icon Park.

This week's match against the Kangaroos is looming as a winnable game. Charlie Curnow should come back in after being a late out which means Levi Casboult could be under pressure to keep his spot.

INJURIES:

Kade Simpson (hamstring) TBC

Nic Newman (knee) TBC

Charlie Curnow(knee) Test

Tom De Koning(knee) 4-6 weeks

Kym Lebois (hamstring) 2-3 weeks

Jarrod Pickett (knee) Indefinite

Sam Docherty (knee) Indefinite

The Blues need Kade Simpson back soon. Picture: Michael Klein
The Blues need Kade Simpson back soon. Picture: Michael Klein

 

 

COLLINGWOOD

Collingwood will closely monitor big forward Mason Cox's knee, but is confident the long gap between Anzac Day and the Port Adelaide clash on May 3 will mean he is right to go.

Cox copped a knock to his knee in the fourth quarter of the Anzac Day classic, yet played out the game after spending some time on the bench getting treatment.

He looked sore after the game, however is expected to be right to take on the Power.

Jamie Elliott was a late withdrawal for Anzac Day, but is expected to resume from a bruised buttock.

James Aish will push for selection after missing the Essendon clash due to concussion, while Daniel Wells says he's ready to return to the AFL after impressing in Saturday's VFL clash with the Bombers at Windy Hill.

Hard to drop anyone from such a hard-fought win, but selection heat could come on Levi Greenwood and Travis Varcoe.

- Glenn McFarlane

 

INJURIES

Flynn Appleby (ankle) TBC

Tyler Brown (shoulder) 2-4 weeks

Lynden Dunn (knee) season

Chris Mayne (back fracture) 2-3 weeks

Nathan Murphy (ankle) 3-4 weeks

Matt Scharenberg (ankle) 4-5 weeks

Brayden Sier (toe) 1-2 weeks

 

Mason Cox meets Labor leader Bill Shorten in the Magpies rooms after the match. Picture: Michael Klein
Mason Cox meets Labor leader Bill Shorten in the Magpies rooms after the match. Picture: Michael Klein

 

 

ESSENDON

Devon Smith is the big one to watch for the Bombers ahead of next week's huge clash with Geelong, with coach John Worsfold defending the call to play the star midfielder on Anzac Day.

Smith didn't feature at all in the last quarter having earlier received treatment on his knee.

Worsfold wasn't sure whether it was the same issue that kept Smith out of Good Friday's match against North Melbourne but he'll be assessed.

"Why wouldn't he have (played)? He was absolutely 100 per cent fit and felt the best he had this week more than any other week," Worsfold said.

"If there was any week where he shouldn't have played, it was maybe the first four rounds if you're talking about how he's feeling.

"Something has happened to his knee but we're not sure yet.

"I'm guessing it's not the same issue because they're saying they don't really know what it is - if it was the same issue they would just say that it was his cranky knee."

Orazio Fantasia was a late out with illness but should play, while Zac Clarke could return after suffering a cork to his calf.

Ben McNiece was a standout in the VFL team that beat Collingwood on Saturday, although an apparent hamstring injury to Jayden Laverde soured the win.

"I thought he was good and he's been building every week," Essendon VFL coach Dan Jordan said of McNiece.

"This week I thought he was exceptional actually, I thought it was one of his better games at VFL level for the club."

- Lauren Wood

 

INJURIES

Zac Clarke (calf) year

Martin Gleeson (cheekbone) test

Shaun McKernan (hamstring) 6-7 weeks

Kobe Mutch (hamstring) 8-10 weeks

Devon Smith (knee) test

James Stewart (groin) test

Jayden Laverde (hamstring) TBC

 

Devon Smith leaves the field with ice on his knee.
Devon Smith leaves the field with ice on his knee.

 

 

FREMANTLE

While it wasn't as convincing as last week, the Dockers got the job done in David Mundy's 300th, with that man guiding them to victory.

Their make-up of talls and mosquito fleet up forward has been effective, with Brandon Matera the major beneficiary with five majors.

The Dockers are unlikely to make wholesale changes after a win, but returning forward Cam McCarthy's (11 disposals) may come under the microscope at match selection after a disappointing showing.

Defender Ryan Nyhuis (19 touches, six marks) showed strong signs in his first game for the season, while the Rory Lobb/Matt Taberner combination seems to be working in the ruck.

Sean Darcy (11 disposals, 35 hitouts for Peel Thunder) could be recalled if they wish to exert their ruck dominance against the inexperienced Reilly O'Brien, while Stefan Giro (23 touches) was another solid performer for Peel.

The Dockers will be tempted to bring in talented midfielder Connor Blakely for their trip to Adelaide, who made his return from a hamstring injury in the WAFL, collecting 20 touches. He could make way for Reece Conca (12 touches) who was hardly sighted against the Bulldogs.

INJURIES:

Hayden Ballantyne (hamstring) TBC

Harley Bennell (calf) TBC

Stephen Hill (quad) 4-5 weeks

Shane Kersten (foot) TBC

Griffin Logue (hamstring) test

Aaron Sandialnds (calf) TBC

Sam Sturt (concussion) test

- DAN BATTEN

The Dockers celebrated David Mundy’s David Mundy’s 300th game in style. Picture: AAP Images
The Dockers celebrated David Mundy’s David Mundy’s 300th game in style. Picture: AAP Images

 

 

GEELONG

DESPITE a performance against the Eagles where it was hard to find a player who lowered their colours, the Cats will definitely make one change for next week's clash with Essendon.

Coach Chris Scott guaranteed that young gun Jordan Clark, who was rested against West Coast, would return on Sunday.

So who will make way?

Clark's replacement Zach Tuohy is a regular so he won't be going anywhere while fellow Irishman Mark O'Connor continues to thrive across half-back.

Maybe it might be another youngster's turn to be rested such as Tom Atkins or Gryan Miers although this would upset the new forward line pressure model which is working so well at the moment.

Sam Menegola was relatively quiet against the Eagles while Charlie Constable, who came back against the Eagles after being rested the previous week, might also be a candidate.

INJURIES:

Lachie Henderson (foot)

Jordan Cunico (ankle)

Nakia Cockatoo (knee)

Scott Selwood (hamstring)

Lachie Fogarty (hip)

- SCOTT GULLAN

 

Jordan Clark will return for the Cats this week. Picture: Michael Klein
Jordan Clark will return for the Cats this week. Picture: Michael Klein

 

 

GOLD COAST

Stuart Dew was crestfallen after the Q Clash. He called his team leaders into a meeting straight after the game before addressing the rest of the playing group.

His mood hadn't brightened by the time he fronted the media. Losses hurt all coaches but it was a little surprising to witness the depth of Dew's emotions.

Most footy fans would consider 3-3 to be a fair return after six rounds for a side few thought were going to register too many wins this year.

But clearly after a 3-2 start to the year he believed the Suns were capable of a far better showing. The skill errors he could live with, it was what he called a lack of competitiveness that cut deep.

He will want to make changes for the trip West to take on the Eagles but the cupboard is pretty bare after the NEAFL were also smashed by Brisbane. Anthony Miles will come under consideration and Wil Powell if he passes concussion tests.

Sam Day continues to be on the outer but he was one of the few good performers in the reserves and the lack of marking targets inside fifty may eventually convince the selection panel to give him a go. Aaron Young also played well in the NEAFL.

- Andrew Hamilton

 

 

GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY

An imposing win in the Sydney Derby was marred by injuries to two of their brightest stars. GWS will sweat on the fitness of Stephen Coniglio (dislocated finger) and Lachie Whitfield (corked thigh) who have been two of the Giants' best players this season.

The latter looks to be in more trouble, with Coniglio playing out the game in a glove and having an impact - particularly up forward - with four goals. Whitfield carried on manfully playing as a deep forward with his movement appearing limited. Hard nut Sam Reid also suffered an ankle injury in the last quarter.

In some good news on the injury front, captain Phil Davis (ankle) is almost a certain starter for their clash with St Kilda after he was a late withdrawal on Saturday night.

Toby Greene made a successful return from injury with three goals, while small forward Zac Langdon (foot) returned in the NEAFL, booting two goals.

Forward Zach Sproule continued to put his hand up in the twos with two goals, while running defender Isaac Cumming (28 disposals, eight rebound 50s) was among the best and looms as the logical replacement for Whitfield if he misses.

INJURIES:

Phil Davis (ankle) test

Brett Deledio (calf) TBC

Jonathon Patton (knee) TBC

Harry Perryman (lung) test

Tommy Sheridan (calf) 3 weeks

Callan Ward (knee) season

- DAN BATTEN

 

Stephen Coniglio injured his hand against the Swans. Picture: Getty Images
Stephen Coniglio injured his hand against the Swans. Picture: Getty Images

 

INJURIES

Sean Lemmens (ankle) - 1-2 weeks

Izak Rankine (hamstring) 1-2 weeks

Lachie Weller (hamstring) 1-2 weeks

Corey Ellis (ankle) 1-2 weeks

Callum Ah Chee (quad) 5 weeks

Harrison Wigg (knee) season

Rory Thompson (knee) season.

 

HAWTHORN

This week's clash against Melbourne is going to be a danger game for the Hawks. The Demons will hit it with a 10-day break after their tight turnaround to play on Anzac Day eve. Meanwhile, Hawthorn will have to overcome back-to-back six day breaks. Ouch!

Liam Shiels returned from his hamstring injury on Sunday which means Shaun Burgoyne must be close. They would love his class back in the midfield.

Harry Morrison was a clear standout in the VFL and will also be in the mix for a senior call-up.

While they got through Sunday's game without any injury concerns, the Hawks will be nervous about James Cousins, who was reported for his involvement in a clash with Sam Petrevski-Seton in the final quarter.

INJURIES:

Grant Birchall (calf/knee) Indefinite

Shaun Burgoyne (hamstring) Test

James Frawley (hamstring) 2-3 weeks

Tim Mohr (dislocated knee/ACL) Season

Mathew Walker (knee) Test

Tom Mitchell (broken leg) Indefinite

Liam Shiels came unstuck. Picture: AAP Images
Liam Shiels came unstuck. Picture: AAP Images

 

MELBOURNE

Melbourne hopes Jack Viney has escaped major damage to his shoulder in a bone-crunching bump from Tiger Sydney Stack on Thursday night.

Viney had scans and was assessed for concussion symptoms after the Demons' fourth loss of the season and could miss the assignment against Hawthorn on Saturday, May 4.

Alex Neal-Bullen suffered a corkie in his right quad but the long break will help his cause.

Sam Weideman endured another tough night, finishing with just six disposals, but coach Simon Goodwin defended him post-match.

Melbourne players will be given four days of leave to "freshen up" in the hope of turning their season around.

- Jon Ralph

 

INJURIES

Mitch Hannan (knee) 4-5 weeks

Neville Jetta (knee) 7-9 weeks

Jay Kennedy Harris (leg) 7-8 weeks

Kade Kolodjashnij (concussion) test

Jake Lever (knee) 3-5 weeks

Steven May (groin) 2-3 weeks

Joel Smith (groin) 3-4 weeks

Aaron vandenBerg (ankle) 3-4 weeks

Jack Viney (shoulder) TBC

Guy Walker (shoulder) indefinite

 

Jack Viney had scans on an injured shoulder following a bruising bump from Sydney Stack. Picture: AFL Photos
Jack Viney had scans on an injured shoulder following a bruising bump from Sydney Stack. Picture: AFL Photos

 

NORTH MELBOURNE

Midfielder Shaun Higgins should return to the Kangaroos' team as it chases a desperately-needed win against Carlton.

The star on-baller was a late withdrawal with illness and the club reported he was discharged from hospital late on Friday.

Defender Luke McDonald was helped from the ground in the first half of Friday's loss to Port Adelaide with a reported ankle injury, but later returned.

Small defender Marley Williams is still expected to miss another week as he recovers from an ankle injury.

Tall defender Ben McKay will be an outside chance to face Carlton, while Sam Durdin is likely to be available.

Paul Ahern, Dom Tyson and Bailey Scott were to press their claims for a senior recall in the VFL on Saturday.

- Tim Michell

 

INJURIES

Majak Daw (Pelvis/hips) Indefinite

Sam Durdin (Finger) Test

Ben Jacobs (Head/neck) Indefinite

Luke McDonald (ankle) Test

Ben McKay (Pneumonia) 1 week

Tom McKenzie (back) Test

Tom Murphy (ankle) 1 week

Ed Vickers-Willis (knee) season

Will Walker (knee) indefinite

Tom Wilkinson (ankle) 10 weeks

Marley Williams (ankle) 1 week

 

 

PORT ADELAIDE

Co-captain Tom Jonas was a late withdrawal from Friday night's win over the Kangaroos with a calf strain and is no certainty to return against Collingwood this Friday night.

Hamish Hartlett is the other puzzling one at Alberton. He was initially hoping to play in the JLT Series and that got pushed back because of knee soreness. Then he had a hamstring strain and it just hasn't felt right so we're still waiting for him to return from a knee reconstruction.

When he's fit expect him to put pressure on the likes of Riley Bonner or Darcy Byrne-Jones but for now Port's young defence is holding up.

- Reece Homfray

 

INJURIES

Robbie Gray (broken hand) 4-6 weeks

Hamish Hartlett (hamstring/knee) indefinite

Sam Hayes (knee) 3 weeks

Charlie Dixon (leg) indefinite

Jack Watts (leg) indefinite

Jake Patmore (knee) season

 

Jack Riewoldt is set for another stint on the sidelines. Pic: AAP
Jack Riewoldt is set for another stint on the sidelines. Pic: AAP

 

RICHMOND

Richmond star Jack Riewoldt is set to miss up to eight weeks after scans revealed significant damage to his posterior cruciate ligament.

While there's good new for the Tigers in that Riewoldt won't require surgery to his injured knee, the injury is considered serious enough to sideline the spearhead for at least six weeks.

"Scans have revealed Richmond forward Jack Riewoldt has a high-grade PCL injury to his right knee," the Tigers revealed on Friday night.

"Riewoldt will not require surgery but is expected to be unavailable for selection for six to eight weeks."

David Astbury looked in serious trouble when he was helped from the field with an ankle injury in the second quarter, but he returned after halftime.

Astbury was in severe pain after Jake Melksham stood on his left foot.

Shai Bolton was the unlucky forward to make way for Riewoldt and will be first in line to replace him if he responds with a strong performance in Richmond's VFL clash against Casey Demons on Sunday.

- Jay Clark

 

INJURIES

David Astbury (ankle) TBC

Trent Cotchin (hamstring) 1-2 weeks

Shaun Grigg (knee) indefinite

Oleg Markov (knee) 5-6 weeks

Alex Rance (knee) season?

Jack Riewoldt (knee) TBC

Jayden Short (elbow) indefinite

Maverick Weller (leg) test

 

Jack Lonie hyper-extended his right knee against the Crows. Pic: Michael Klein.
Jack Lonie hyper-extended his right knee against the Crows. Pic: Michael Klein.

 

ST KILDA

The injuries keep piling up at Moorabbin, with Alan Richardson admitting his side has been a "bit light-on" in the big man department.

Which would explain why found themselves in the situation of not knowing whether Josh Bruce was absolutely going to play against Adelaide until after the final on-ground warm up.

Bruce had a corkie from last week that lingered and stopped him from training. He was ticked off by the medicos and got through that warm up, but was clearly hampered the longer the game went.

He's no guarantee to play next week, with Richardson admitting he will have to improve to be considered.

- Sam Edmund

 

INJURIES

Josh Bruce (corkie) test

Jack Lonie (knee) TBC

Rowan Marshall (virus) test

Jarryn Geary (quad) TBC

Dan Hannebery (hamstring/calf) Indefinite

Max King (knee) 1-2

Paddy McCartin (concussion) Indefinite

Dylan Roberton (heart) season

 

 

SYDNEY

The Sydney Swans have no margin for error if they want to mount a charge towards the finals. They simply must start winning. However, that equation won't get much easier if Lance Franklin continues to miss time. Buddy was a late withdrawal from the derby because of a hamstring strain. The superstar forward joined former captains Kieren Jack and Jarrad McVeigh, veteran defenders Heath Grundy and Nick Smith, ruckman Sam Naismith and former Geelong forward Daniel Menzel on the sidelines for the Swans.

Sydney coach John Longmire was upbeat a disappointed Franklin could return against Brisbane on Saturday. "We spent a bit of time talking about it, umming and ahhing about it, but we just didn't take the risk," he said. Ben Ronke was a late inclusion for Buddy but he didn't set the world on fire, having just eight touches and failing to kick a goal. He will be under pressure to keep his spot.

INJURIES

Lance Franklin (hamstring) Test

Heath Grundy (back) 1-2 weeks

Will Hayward (jaw) 4-6 weeks

Jack Maibaum (knee) Season

Jarrad McVeigh(quad) 4-6 weeks

Sam Naismith (knee) TBC

Nick Smith (hamstring) TBC

Durak Tucker (knee) Indefinite

Daniel Menzel (groin) Test

The Swans need Lance Franklin back as soon as possible. Picture: Phil Hillyard
The Swans need Lance Franklin back as soon as possible. Picture: Phil Hillyard

 

 

WEST COAST

The reigning premiers are coming off two ordinary weeks so changes need to be made.

Midfielder Jack Redden missed against the Cats because of lower leg soreness and is a chance to return while ruckman Nathan Vardy was dropped and will also likely get a reprieve.

The Eagles are running out of numbers with defender Tom Barrass ruled out for three months during the week after toe surgery.

Livewire Willie Rioli is also still a month away with a foot issue.

Ruckman Nic Naitanui is closing in on his return after his second knee reconstruction and could be back within the next month.

INJURIES:

Tom Barrass (foot) 7-10 weeks

Nic Naitanui (knee) Indefinite

Willie Rioli (foot) 4 weeks

- SCOTT GULLAN

 

 

WESTERN BULLDOGS

It was a much better effort from the Bulldogs away from home after their shock loss to the lowly Blues, but they face a tougher challenge on Saturday night against the up-and-about Tigers.

A couple of Bulldogs will be nervous at selection. Young swingman Aaron Naughton was held goalless for the second week in a row, and a return to the backline may be considered by Luke Beveridge.

Fellow young gun Ed Richards finished with just 12 touches and two behinds, while Billy Gowers (nine disposals and a goal) hit the scoreboard but was wasteful with his disposal.

Back-up Jack Trengove was solid in his return but Tim English's impressive display may see him slide out - especially against a Richmond side with a weak ruck outfit.

Fortunately there were no injuries to come out of Saturday night's game besides Hayden Crozier knock in the first quarter, but he returned and played out the match.

In the twos, Patrick Lipinski continued his strong form for Footscray, while Bailey Dale (20 disposals and a goal) was also prominent. Dumped key forward Josh Schache hit the scoreboard with a goal.

INJURIES:

Matt Suckling (groin) 2-3 weeks

Fergus Green (ankle) 4-5 weeks

Taylor Durea (hip) 5-7 weeks

Dale Morris (knee) indefinite

Lin Jong (appendix) TBC

- DAN BATTEN

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