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Sport Isaac Quaynor's shin ripped open as Collingwood defeat Sydney

16:47  06 august  2020
16:47  06 august  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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This one's not for the feint-hearted.

Collingwood youngster Isaac Quaynor was carted off the Gabba in the final term of his side's nine-point win over the Swans on Thursday night.

The incident seemed fairly innocuous - Quaynor tackled Sydney debutant Sam Wicks from behind.

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The 20-year-old stayed down and looked worried as the game was stopped for the Pies' medicos to come out.

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Quaynor's leg was kept stable as he was loaded onto the medicab and very slowly driven off the ground.

It wasn't clear on the broadcast, but Collingwood later confirmed he'd suffered a gash to his shin.

This photo from after the game reveals just how serious the wound was.

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After the game, Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley, who also had to deal with game-ending injuries to Adam Treloar (hamstring) and Will Hoskin-Elliott (knee), wondered whether Wicks might have been wearing metal studs.

"His studs sort of raked across his shin and actually split his shin six or eight inches completely open," Buckley told reporters.

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  AFL set to investigate possibility metal studs caused Quaynor's gash Quaynor was taken from the field on a medicab after a 20cm-plus gash opened up on his lower leg in the fourth quarter when he clashed with Swans debutant Sam Wicks. "His studs sort of raked across his shin and actually split his shin six or eight inches completely open. The kid could have had metals studs in as well, so that was his bad luck, to tackle the only kid that had that,'' Buckley said."I haven't heard of that happening in all my time in footy. Studs pierce the skin periodically ??? but you would never see what happened to Isaac in that last quarter ever.

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"The kid could've had metal studs in as well, so that was his bad luck, to tackle the only kid that had that.

"That will be a couple of weeks (out of action) and it will depend on how we can clean the wound and heal that up."

AFL.com.au's Marc McGowan later reported Sydney confirmed Wicks had been wearing standard issue Nike boots, with a combination of plastic and metal studs.

There is sure to be more to come on this front as the League investigates.

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