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Award winner Jhye Clark, young gun Max Holmes was sidelined by two punches.

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Jhye Clark, who finished in the top 10, could be sidelined for the next few months after Geelong tested positive for a stress reaction under his foot last week, while star Max Holmes underwent knee surgery yesterday. last tuesday

Clark He made his debut against Richmond in the 9th round and saw his top talent after entering the game late as a minor.

The 18-year-old is set to play in the Under-22s and faces Fremantle. When he reported a foot injury last Wednesday and was sent for scanning.

Clark will spend the next two weeks wearing moon boots. Then slowly start exercising to get back to full fitness.

The Cats are confident last year’s No. 8 pick will play football in the second half of the season. But it takes an extra cautious approach due to the investment in Queenscliff products and the scars from past foot problems.

The current head of player development, Matthew Egan, suffered a career-ending collarbone fracture in 2007 when he was named the 2007 Player of the Year. All-Australian

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Toby Conway Currently recovering from a foot problem for a while. Jack Henry Returned from second foot surgery last weekend.

Holmes Will not appear until Geelong’s mid-season bye in round 13 after suffering a 29-point loss to the Dockers that required surgery to repair a meniscus in his right knee.

After a heartbreaking story in last year’s finals. Holmes was one of GMHBA Stadium’s major improvements throughout the first 10 rounds, recording career highs for passes (19.4), disengaged possession (8.2), tackles (4.9) and under 50 seconds ( 4.4)

Max Holmes celebrates a goal during the eighth round match between Geelong and Adelaide on May 6, 2023. Picture: AFL Photos.

Premier League Sam De King and Gary Rohan The pair are back in full training after a three-week hiatus and are set to return to meet Greater Western Sydney on Saturday with Ollie Henry who missed a trip to Perth due to a ruptured testicle

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De Koning endured an unlucky start to 2023, suffering knee and concussion problems in the first few months of the season. Before undergoing surgery to repair the nasal bone and upper jaw that were broken a few weeks ago.

Rohan is pressing on a comeback from a hamstring injury that has sidelined his speed racer since winning Essendon in the seventh round.

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captain Patrick Dangerfield It’s almost coming back to full fit. But won’t be ready this weekend. And aiming to return to meet Western Bulldogs in the round of 12 teams

Trophy winner Brownlow missed the past two games against Richmond and Fremantle after suffering a hamstring injury against Adelaide in the round of eight.

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Patrick Dangerfield looks on during Geelong practice on May 10, 2023. Picture: AFL Photos.

Mitch Duncan Expect to miss at least another game after injuring his hamstring in practice last week. But like Dangerfield, the two-time Premiership midfielder may not return until after his bye.

After recovering from 0-3 to 5-3, the reigning Prime Ministers are 5-5 after consecutive losses against the side that played in September last year.

Geelong faces the Giants at home in Toby Greene’s 200th game this weekend before heading to Marvel Stadium for Saturday night’s big blockbuster against the Western Bulldogs before their bye.

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