World news – Matt Rowell was injured in the Suns’ loss to the West Coast


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West Coast has Gold Coast on a tough day for the Suns beaten by 25 points, which Matt Rowell lost early in the game in Perth to what appeared to be a serious knee injury.

Rowell fell hard on his left knee in a tackle against Zac Langdon and ended the game on crutches and a knee brace. This sparked fears that the player will again miss a large part of the season in the second year after the 19-year-old’s rookie. 2020 ended prematurely with a shoulder injury.

« But it’s serious enough that it’s him for a few weeks from what we can say now. But we don’t think it’s too important. « 

Despite Rowell’s loss in the first quarter, the Suns presented the West Coast with a serious challenge and seemed ready to overcome the surprise until the Eagles pulled back with the last five goals and 12.11 (83) up 8.10 (58) won.

Oscar Allen led the way for the Eagles, scoring two goals as they took an 18-0 lead in the opening minutes before the Suns wrapped them up and eventually midway through the second The Eagles were still in the lead with 5.4 (34) to 4.5 (29) in the main break before goals from Touk Miller, Ben King and David Swallow in the third game Got a point ahead of the finals.

But most of the Eagles forwards – Josh Kennedy, Allen and Liam Ryan – prevailed in the fourth quarter of the game, and Nathan Vardy and Jack Petruccelle also took part.

An understaffed St. Kilda scored in the Giants Stadium despite the absence of v on Zak Jones, Dan Hannebery, Max King, James Frawley, Rowan Marshall and Jarryn Geary a bold AFL eight point win over Greater Western Sydney in slippery conditions.

The Saints led most of the third term, but Harry Himmelberg scored goals on both sides of the three quarters to put the Giants in front.

Skyberg and St. Kilda’s key striker Tim Membrey scored three goals each.

Jack Billings made 30 departures for the Saints , while teammates Jade Gresham and Hunter Clark also had an influence.

During a hectic final quarter of the rainy competition, which the visitors won with 13.8 (86) to 11.12 (78), the momentum subsided and flowed .

A late goal from GWS supplier Lachlan Keeffe ensured the game was level for the last four minutes.

Dan Butler, the Saints’ leading scorer in 2020, ensured 40 seconds to go for sealing the game s.

Butler ran in and threw the ball out of Callan Ward’s grasp. He received a free kick that held the ball.

Butler hit his resulting set shot, giving the Saints their first win at the venue.

Port Adelaide flexed his muscles to attack the AFL Premier League started with a dominant 52-point win over North Melbourne under Docklands.

New recruits Orazio Fantasia, Charlie Dixon and Todd Marshall hit with an eight-goal lightning bolt in the second quarter the scoreboard as the power broke the game.

Former Essendon striker Fantasia looked instantly at home in Port’s attacking line-up on a ground he knows better than anyone and finished with four goals in victory from 17.15 (117) to 9.11 (65).

Seasoned midfielder Travis Boak (27 departures and seven clearances) paired well with Robbie Gray (19 and seven) as part of a dominant period after the quarter hour .

The day of power was sour, al s Riley Bonner tore his right hamstring tendon with a fresh air swing while trying to kick a ball off the ground.

Former Collingwood striker Jaidyn Stephenson (33 departures, seven tackles and five clears) was one of the best in the field North’s midfield and up-and-coming on-baller Luke Davies-Uniacke (20 departures and one goal) impressed after signing a two-year contract extension.

Aidan Corr, the Kangaroo recruit, was replaced by a toe injury last season, which allowed debutant Charlie Lazzaro to take to the field.

The new era of North under David Noble got off to a promising start, leading to the quarter-hour two-point lead after making the general game better and 20 inside-50s to 12 Fantasia scored three hits before the break, while Dixon and Marshall scored two hits each in a six-minute shot that gave Port air

Ollie Wines (30 exits) was controversially punished 50 yards for taking half a step on the mark in the third season and gave Bailey Scott a goal after his first shot in the set failed. </ It was one of the few power failures on a dominant show when Dixon, Boak, Marshall and Zak Butters each ended with two goals.

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