Home Business Gary Rohan will return for the Geelong Cats match against Port Adelaide

Gary Rohan will return for the Geelong Cats match against Port Adelaide


They have experimented with changing positions to provide a new look or improved passage through midfielders and midfielders, but this may not last, as Scott said Cats have “several options to consider”. They used Mitch Duncan as a midfielder and started Tom Stewart, a three-time Australian midfielder, on the flank against the Saints.


Jed Buse (concussion) is out of the protocols and will be available for selection, while Rockman Rhys Stanley exacerbated the ankle problem against the Saints but played in the game. He had an easy week of training and Scott expected him to play. Sean Higgins (general soreness) can only play after a mid-season break.

Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin, meanwhile, said Prime Minister’s defenders Christian Salem (knee) and Michael Hiberd (caviar) are close to returning.

Hibbard, who has yet to play this season, hopes to return to Casey, a VFL affiliate next weekend (Casey said goodbye this weekend). Salem, who had cartilage jumped in his knee and needed surgery, may also return.

Goodwin said it was a difficult few months for Hibbard.

“Originally it wasn’t too much [bad] and then he strained it a second time, so it took us a longer period to recover one of his calves, ”Goodwin said.

“Then as soon as he was about to return to the VFL game, he got a small load on his second caviar. The last 10 or 12 weeks it has been a bit unchanging, which has been a disappointment for Michael because he has been very close a couple of times. ”

James Harms (hamstring) will be absent for at least two weeks, like unbeaten demons face North Melbourne’s difficulty at Marvel Stadium on Saturday.

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