NORWOOD is a chance to regain Captain Matthew Nunn for Sunday’s all-important Qualifying Final against Adelaide at Adelaide Oval.
Matthew Nunn and Matthew Panos have progressed well from their ankle and hamstring injuries respectively and will train with a view to being available for selection.
2021 Michael Taylor Medallist, Nik Rokahr, missed the Redlegs final home and away game with an ankle injury and will also train this week with his availability to be determined later in the week.
Midfielder Jed Spence injured his knee in the second quarter of Norwood’s final home and away game against West Adelaide. Spence will have scans and be assessed this week but has been ruled out of our first Final.
Cory Stockdale continues to recover from his knee injury suffered in Round 17 against Centrals, while Mitch Wilkins has resumed running in his attempt to return from an ankle injury.
Defender Lochie Charlton is progressing well from his ankle injury and is still listed as 2-3 weeks.
The Redlegs face the Adelaide Crows in the Qualifying Final from 3:15 pm Sunday afternoon at Adelaide Oval.
Injury Update as of 24th of August 2022
Matthew Nunn – Ankle (Test)
Matthew Panos – Hamstring (Test)
Nik Rokahr – Ankle (Test)
Jed Spence – Knee (TBC)
Cory Stockdale – Knee (1-2 Weeks)
Sam Hargreaves – Hamstring (2-3 Weeks)
Sam Duke – Ankle (2-3 Weeks)
Lochie Charlton – Ankle (2-3 Weeks)
Stefan Lanzoni – Hamstring (TBC)
Mitch Wilkins – Ankle (TBC)
Tom Wagner – Shoulder (Season)
Ed O’Connor – Ankle (Season)
Nick Pedro – Concussion (Season)
Ben Kelly – Foot (Season)
Ethan Warburton – Shoulder (Season)
Max Hodges (Knee) – Season