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SportBulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback

00:55  25 june  2019
00:55  25 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Western Bulldogs ironman Dale Morris is set to do it again, with the defender closing on an improbable AFL return.

A year after Morris made a speedy comeback from a partial anterior cruciate ligament rupture in his right knee, he has repeated the feat after a similar injury to his left knee.

Morris was hurt at training in mid-March and will return this weekend, probably in the VFL.

"Provided he gets through training this week like we expect, he will make his long-anticipated comeback this weekend, which is extremely exciting for everyone else at the club," Bulldogs medical services manager Chris Bell told the club website.

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Morris also hurt his right ACL in the pre-season last year, but was back in the AFL by round 11.

He played 11 senior games last year, but there were fears that this year's ACL injury could end his career.

Morris has a legendary ability to cope with injury - he famously played with a broken bone in his back during the Bulldogs' 2016 finals series and was part of their drought-breaking premiership team.

The key defender has played 252 senior games and is one of the AFL's most respected players.

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Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
Bulldogs' Morris closes on AFL comeback
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Speedy Collingwood teenager Isaac Quaynor will make his senior debut in Friday night's AFL clash with Hawthorn at the MCG. © Getty Images Isaac Quaynor The 19-year-old was the Magpies' first pick at No.13 last November in the national draft. Coach Nathan Buckley confirmed the selection before Wednesday's training and Quaynor will be their first debutant this season. "I'm excited to get an opportunity and play my first game for Collingwood. It came as a bit of a surprise but I'm looking forward to getting out onto the MCG and playing my role," the speedy defender told the club website.

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