NORWOOD could welcome back three players for their match against League Leaders Woodville on Saturday afternoon.
Gun midfielder Josh Glenn who missed the match against Port Adelaide a fortnight ago is back into full training and will put his hand up for selection after overcoming a minor ankle injury.
Norwood could also welcome back goal sneak Simon Phillips after declaring himself available after missing the Port Adelaide game due to personal reasons.
Another goal sneak that could come into consideration at match committee is former Centrals toughnut Caleb Edmead.
Edmead who has been sidelined for a month, is back into full training and is raring to go after sustaining a hamstring injury in the loss to the Bays in Round 3.
Fullback, Patrick Levicki could also be in line for his second league match of the year after showing some good form in the Reserves against Port Adelaide.
Levicki finished with 19 disposals and 7 marks, while also playing a pivotal role in keeping the Magpies to 10 scoring shots for the match.
Zac Richards is another player that could also come into consideration at match committee. Richards has been a consistent performer in the reserves thus far and although he missed the game against Port Adelaide he collected 26 disposals against Sturt three weeks ago.
In further good news for the Redlegs, defender Tom Forster has resumed training to after returning from overseas travel.
Norwood, travel to Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval on Saturday afternoon to face Woodville in Round 7 of the SANFL Maccas League.