The struggling Adelaide Crows have announced that Taylor Walker will be returning to the team, just in time for this weekend’s game against the West Coast Eagles. This will be a much-needed boost for the team.
Last weekend the Crows hit an all-time low, recording their lowest score in the club’s history last weekend. Taylor had suffered a neck injury which has him sit out last weekend’s disappointing game against Essendon. He joins several other players making their triumphant return this weekend, including Elliott Himmelberg, Tom Lynch and Darcy Fogarty to name but a few.
Blue Charlie Curnow is also on his way to recovery after several injuries during the 2019 season and is set to join the team again soon. While he will not play a full game, his presence will have fans and players excited and bring an entirely new atmosphere to the game. Liam Jones will be joining the Blues in this Sunday’s game
In keeping with the theme of injuries, Gary Rohan hurt his leg and will be on the bench for the next few games. Bulldogs Aaron Naughton has also been cleared after a concussion sent him off the field. Roarke Smith, Josh Dunkley, and Hayden Crozier will also be making their return. Essendon player Dyson Heppell will also be returning after recovering from recent surgery on his thumb. Greater Western Sydney’s Stephen Coniglio is also set to return to the sport.
Kane Lambert and Toby Nankervis, along with new recruit Matthew Parker will be joining the Tigers in the hopes of turning the team around.
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