West Adelaide will make at least three forced changes for its match against Norwood at Hisense Stadium.
Ruckman Andre Parrella (calf), and defenders Josh Ryan (shoulder) and Elliot Dunkin (wrist), were all deemed unfit to face the Redlegs.
Jade Cleeland has been called up to replace Parrella in the centre square while captain Tom Keough could be shifted into defence to help cover Ryan’s absence.
Four potential debutants – Reed Stevens, Hamish Ellem, Lachie Squire and Tom Morrish – have also been included on the extended interchange bench.
Vice-captain Logan Hill returns to take his place in the back pocket.
F: May, Thilthorpe, B. Turner
HF: Haysman, Hupfeld, P. Fairlie
C: Willsmore, Allan, Boyle
HB: Duval, Keough, Batley
B: Anderson, Levicki, Hill
R: Cleeland, K. Stevens, Johnson
INT: Squire, Karpany, R. Stevens, Waite, Ellem, Morrish, Kirk
IN: Cleeland, Ellem, Hill, Morrish, Squire, R. Stevens
OUT: Parrella (calf), Dunkin (wrist), Ryan (shoulder)
NEW:Hamish Ellem (Sydney Academy), Tom Morrish (GWV Rebels/Ouyen), Lachlan Squire (GWS Academy) & Reed Stevens (Canberra)
Caruso, Couroupis, Elliot, C. Fairlie, Forbes, Grant, Groom, Harris, Kelsh, Koster, Majok, Martin, McKenzie, Mead, Patterson, Pearce, Sareen, J. Stevens, Taverner, Taylor, Wooldridge
F: Heitmann, Young, Clark Jr
HF: Desira, Rundle, White
C: Henty-Smith, Chamberlain, Kennedy
HB: Hodge, Sherlock, Van den Berg
B: Gilbert, Midwinter, McArdle
R: Faulkner, Long, Couroupis
INT: Venning, Baker, Boughen, Pridham
Norwood midfielder Matthew Nunn has been injected into the starting line-up to confront West at Hisense Stadium.
Having missed the past three matches after injuring his hamstring at training, the 23-year-old is one of three inclusions to the Redlegs’ 25-man squad.
Nunn’s presence will force at least one change before the bounce, with Isaac Saywell and Jed Spence also included on the five-man extended interchange bench.
Redlegs premiership wingman Anthony Wilson will play his 100th Statewide Super League game after making his debut in Round 4 of 2014.
F: Hamilton, Ellison, Barry
HF: Douglas, Pinyon, Nunn
C: Bastinac, Panos, Johnston
HB: Z. Richards, Shenton, Wilkins
B: Rokahr, Ball, McKenzie
R: Baulderstone, Grigg, Abbott
INT: J. Richards, Wilson, Irra, Collins, Bampton, Spence, Saywell
IN: Nunn, Spence, Saywell
MILESTONE: Anthony Wilson 100 SANFL games
Binder, Nelligan, Webb, Lodovici, B. Carroll, Gill, Martin, Dowdell, Pascoe, Kudra, Spence, Ianniello, Heard, Michalanney, M. Carroll, Ficken, Buckham, Barnett, Falco, Murphy, Grove, Morris, Bristow
Murley, Rahui, Scali, De Luca, Nelligan, Cavallaro, Jones, Gal, Verrall, Trepka, Falco, Michalanney, Roberts, Kent, Nettle, Murphy, Fairbrother, Warrick, Staritski, Joseph, Saunders, Minervini, Warton, Carbine, Maunder, Hearing, Duke
Woodville-West Torrens has recalled a leadership group member for its encounter with Central on Saturday.
Joint vice-captain Jesse Lonergan has overcome a groin strain to be named in the centre square against Bulldogs.
The former Gold Coast Sun has been joined in the Eagles’ 25-man squad by defender Jake Westbrook and former Magpie Mitchell Mead.
Mead, who played his junior football with the Eagles, spent the past two years at Alberton as a SANFL-contracted player.
The 20-year-old half-forward measures in at 175cm and 75kg.
F: Rowe, Von Bertouch, N. Hayes
HF: Hall, J. Hayes, Foote
C: Comitogianni, Toumpas, Pudney
HB: Rowland, Giuffreda, Jones
B: Sinor, Seymour, Mansell
R: Redden, Lonergan, Poole
INT: Carcuro, Wehr, Firns, McNeil, Lee, Westbrook, Mead
IN: Mead, Westbrook, Lonergan
NEW: Mitchell Mead (Port Adelaide SANFL)
Gray, Weidemann, Moore, Beecken, West, Schmusch, Williams, Brill, Bruce, Morgan, Michael, Armfield, McLeod, Asfaha, Jungfer, Hoile, Langcake, McNeilly, Barnett, Jackson, Pearce, Peake
F: Scott, J. Hunter-Price, Neumann
HF: Dawkins, Smith, Wheare
C: Calvett, Poulter, Watson
HB: Burgoyne, Ueding, Thach
B: Williams, A. Hunter-Price, Launer
R: Phillips, Lister, Schofield
INT: Beswick, Branford, Brownlie, Godden, Kasianowicz, Mullins, O’Neil
Central could blood another two AAMI Rookies against the Eagles at Maughan Thiem Kia Oval.
Tea Tree Gully product Lachlan Grubb has been named on the wing while Jackson Kelly, the son of Brownlow Medallist Paul Kelly, is on the extended interchange bench.
They will be joined by experienced utility Nick Madden, who has been named in attack.
Former captain Trent Goodrem (groin) and fellow SANFL 200 Club member Kyle Jenner (knee) couldn’t be considered due to injury.
F: Olsson, Hoskin, T. Menzel
HF: Kelly, Madden, Lange
C: Barreau, T. Schiller, Grubb
HB: Weaver, Patterson, Montgomerie
B: Toner, Stephenson, Habel
R: Thompson, Boyd, Durdin
INT: Gillard, O’Brien, J. Schiller, Shaw, Dew, Fort, D. Pisani, Presbury
IN: Grubb, Kelly, Madden, D. Pisani, Presbury, Shaw
OUT: Goodrem (groin), Jenner (knee)
Alleer, Brown, Burton, Cannizzaro, Carnelly, Dew, Fort, S. Furnell, Haydon, Kelly, Kennedy, Marsh, McCabe, McKelvie, McLean, Milne, Nason, O’Gorman, D. Pisani, F. Pisani, Presbury, Robinson, Ryan, Smit, Thompson
Alleer, Borlace, Carreno, De Jonge, Dowse, Evans, Fiebiger, Fraser, Gilchrist, Kotsano, S. Linke, T. Linke, A. McDonald, Mudge, Nelson, Pain, Ponton, Pyman, Reed, Ryan, Smith, Tappert, Tidswell, Tippins Tuck, Wall, Wilson
North Adelaide has replaced one hamstrung player with another for the contest against South at Prospect on Saturday.
Speedy forward Robbie Young has recovered from his hamstring strain to be named at half-forward while former captain Mitch Clisby will miss 3-4 weeks with his hamstring injury.
Key defender Dyson Hilder will play his first League game of the year after being named in the back pocket as Mason Neagle and Dakota Nixon were listed on the extended interchange bench.
Three players will be trimmed from the 25-man squad before the bounce.
F: Lebois, Harvey, Hender
HF: Szekely, Ramsey, Young
C: Allmond, Moore, Wigg
HB: Jarman, Smith, Spina
B: Chalmers, C. Craig, Hilder
R: J. Craig, Schwarz, C. Combe
INT: W. Combe, Magor, Miller, Minervini, Neagle, Nixon, Slee
IN: Hilder, Neagle, Nixon, Young
OUT: Clisby (hamstring)
Neade, Kirk, Wharton, Aldridge, Davis, Parsons, Rigney, C.Barns, Finlay, D.Hill, Parnell, T.Hill, Hart, Davies, Dowling, Bowman, Langley, Robinson, Goudman-Glasson, Byrne
F: Pitt, Heath, Bennier
HF: Sanitllo, Coates, McNamara
C: Stuart, Willis, Brazell
HB: O’Loughlin, Simon, McKenzie
B: Millar, Mulady, Flanagan
R: Tindale, Borg, Dawson
INT: Harrison, McTaggart, White, Rogers, Scadden, James, Willsdon, Woodward
South Adelaide forward Liam Fitt has been ruled out of Saturday’s blockbuster clash with North Adelaide at Prospect Oval.
Fitt, a plumber by trade, injured his shoulder at work but is only expected to miss one match for the Panthers.
Former West Coast Eagle Malcolm Karpany looms as his most likely replacement given he is also a left-footer who can play across half-forward or the wing.
Karpany has been joined in the Panthers’ 25-man squad by Anthony Biemans, Jack Elsworthy and Tom Whittlesea, who have all been named on the extended interchange bench.
F: Wilkinson, Overall, McCreery
HF: Cross, Cailotto, Bogle
C: Sampson, Broadbent, Milsom
HB: Haines, Haren, Loneragan
B: HIghmore, Summerton, Kappler
R: McGree, Heaslip, Schwarz
INT: Dumesny, Brown, Noble, Biemans, Elsworthy, Karpany, Whittlesea
IN: Biemans, Elsworthy, Karpany, Whittlesea
OUT: Fitt (shoulder)
Cameron, Clifton, Davies, Douglass, Elmes, Evans, Hoffmann, Hoey, Illingworth, Juckers, Lippett, Machin, J. McCreery, McKinnon, Oliver, Potter, Sawford, Whitbread, Williams
F: Cook, Verrall, Barrett
HF: Hamilton, Cockshell, Nye
C: Spicer, Mitton, Birt
HB: Flett, Spacie, Copley
B: Little, Hindes, Brown
R: Treloar, Horne, Hoeck
INT: Diack, Hayes, Daniel, LeRaye, Hicks, Snelling
Glenelg will welcome back premiership captain Chris Curran for its huge clash with Sturt at ACH Group Stadium.
Curran has been named in the back pocket after being unavailable last round due to his medical placement in the Riverland.
The reliable defender has been joined in the Bays’ 25-man squad by fellow backmen Brad McCarthy and Jack Yates as well as potential AAMI Rookie Brady Searle.
Originally from Plympton, Searle measures in at 186cm and 82kg.
Defender Matt Merrett was deemed unfit after hurting his ankle against the Eagles in Round 5.
F: McBean, Stretch, Reynolds
HF: Kluske, Baiely, Snook
C: Partington, Allen, Bradley
HB: Nicholson, Parks, J. Edwards
B: Virgin, Proud, Curran
R: Hannath, Agnew, Motlop
INT: Yates, Scharenberg, Slade, Weir, Park, Searle, McCarthy
IN: Curran, Yates, Searle, McCarthy
OUT: Merrett (ankle)
Symonds, Cole, Condon, McPherson, McRae, Thompson, Leck, Martin, Kerrish, Betterman, Moore, L. Edwards, Horsnell, Martini, Kitschke, McDermott, Liambis, Schott, Vea Vea, Kuller
Window, Wanganeen, R. Davis, Wright, Dean, Murphy, Treagus, Kaesler, B. Edwards, Fitzgerald, VanSchaik, Potter, J. Davis, Durant, Nicotra, C. Drum, Owen, Stoddard, Virtanen, Watts, R. Drum, Dowdell, Salisbury, Sigal
Sturt has named VFL ruckman Darcy Bennett for its clash with Glenelg at ACH Group Stadium.
Measuring in at 203cm and 98kg, the 22-year-old has joined the Double Blues from Werribee after the VFL season was cancelled.
Bennett has been joined in the 25-man squad by hardened midfielder Tom Lewis and tall defender Luke Edmonds.
Ken Farmer Medallist Mark Evans will play his 100th League game for Sturt after playing 41 for Norwood.
F: Sutcliffe, Davis, J. Hone
HF: Aidyn Johnson, Fahey-Sparks, Morrison
C: Evans, Kirkwood, Slimming
HB: Colquhoun, Edmonds, Harms
B: Latchford, Wundke, Illman
R: Bennett, Battersby, Thiele
INT: Gore, McEntee, Penfold, Voss, Lewis, Houlahan, Coomblas
IN: Bennett, Lewis, Edmonds
NEW – Darcy Bennett (Werribee VFL)
Schwarze, Read, M. Lochowiak, Henderson, Shute, Carey, Sumner, Parker-Boers, Lines, De Zylva, Doyle, A. Lochowiak, T. Hone, Johnson, Crane, Grivell, Armiento, Allan, Richards, Mitchell, Trenorden, Weeks, Jones
F: Parker-Boers, Emmett, Cass
HF: Bates, Opperman, Field
C: Higgins, Liddy, Thomas
HB: Walter, Grieve, Grivell
B: Hein, Berry, Fryer
R: Ferrari, Powell, Spain
INT: Holland, Willsmore, Goodwin, Swiderski
EMG: Lines, Morbey, Aish, Jordans
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