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Injury may mean Cyril Rioli is gone for the year

Hawthorn coach Alastair Clarkson has conceded star forward Cyril Rioli's hamstring injury could keep him out for the rest of the year.

Rioli's deteriorating condition comes as a blow to his club's chances of winning back-to-back premierships.

Clarkson spelled out the potential bad news as Rioli again failed to hit the training track. He has not played since hurting his hamstring tendon against Gold Coast in Launceston in round 15.

Initially the club believed the damage to be a three to four week injury after Rioli...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 September 2014 19:04

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AFL top eight fight down to the wire

sport-1Port Adelaide's AFL top four hopes are still alive and Richmond have surged back into the eight, setting up a tantalising final round of action this weekend and it will be the Indigenous stars who will probably have a major say on who makes the eight and who doesn't.

Players like Chad Wingard, Paddy Ryder, Michael Walters, Stephen Hill, Lance Franklin, Adam Goodes, Lewis Jetta, Steve Motlop, Matthew Stokes...

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 August 2014 18:44

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