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BRISBANE Lions forward Michael Hurley is all but certain to take on Fremantle at Simonds Stadium tomorrow.
Hurley, 23, has not played since the Lions lost to the Western Bulldogs on Monday night.
The senior will get another c더킹카지노hance against Essendon on Saturday night.
Coach Justin Leppitsch said Hurley will be rested on Saturday’s game.
“He played his last game against our best team and that’s pretty much it for him,” Leppitsch said.
“He missed five weeks (and) he’s not done.”
Leppitsch said the club would look to bolster its options for a change of direction in 2016.
“We have a few options,” he said.
“We’ll see where we are at fr바카라om here on in. We’re going to have an exciting off-season.
“We’re going to have to do a lot of thinking with how we’re going to prepare in the pre-season so we’ll have the chance to do some good things.
“We have some players we like quite a lot and we need to go with them this year and we’ll decide a fejarvees.comw other decisions as well so hopefully we can do a few really good things with our guys.”
Mitch Clark’s Lions will play the Western Bulldogs at Simonds Stadium.
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Geelong to keep AFL’s oldest-ever team
GEELONG will celebrate its 10th consecutive season of record-breaking wins at the MCG, a club source has told FOX Footy.
The Cats were voted the AFL’s oldest team in December and celebrated their 10th straight record in 2012 at the SCG with a premiership on Sunday.
It is the longest ten-year run for the club, which only played 12 seasons in the AFL-NRL era.
“We’ll do it again next year and we’ve got a fantastic team in good hands. It’s the most successful 12-year time period for us,” Cats midfielder Taylor Walker told Fox Footy’s Matchcenter.
“I think they’re all in our minds, probably. If that’s a sign of things to come for us as well.
“We’re just enjoying the ride and hopefully we’ll be able to continue that for some longer. We’ll do it again, and keep winning some big games.