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SportCrows clear Jenkins for AFL return

07:16  05 july  2019
07:16  05 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

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— AFL (@ AFL ) May 7, 2016. Jenkins played a lone role forward at times for Adelaide, with Tom Lynch chipping in with three goals and Charlie NEXT UP The Crows host Geelong next Friday night in the blockbuster return of Patrick Dangerfield to Adelaide Oval, giving both teams a six-day turnaround.

Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return SBS03:46 5-Jul-19. Big donation for Crows charity Adelaide Crows - Official Site02:01 5-Jul-19. Injury news: Latest on four Crows Adelaide Crows - Official Site08:49 14-Jun-19. Crows forward Jenkins awaits scan results The Canberra Times05:26 14-Jun-19.

Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return © Scott Barbour/Getty Images Adelaide coach Don Pyke says key forward Josh Jenkins will return from a knee injury and play against Port Adelaide in Saturday's AFL match. Adelaide forward Josh Jenkins is a certain starter in Saturday's AFL grudge match against Port Adelaide.

Crows coach Don Pyke says Jenkins, who hasn't played since suffering a knee injury three weeks ago, has passed a match-eve fitness test.

"He has surprised himself how quickly he has come good," Pyke told reporters on Friday.

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Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
Crows clear Jenkins for AFL return
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