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Waite Almost Over For Blues
 
Injury News
James Hunter-Smith | Herald Sun
1st May, 2013

Jarrad Waite

JARRAD Waite took a promising step forward towards resuming his post as Carlton's key forward after a solid comeback in the VFL yesterday.

Waite, while kicking only two behinds, presented strongly and tackled well as Northern Blues lost to Port Melbourne 16.11 (107) to 13.13 (91) at Preston City Oval.

The 30-year-old made his delayed return to football after suffering a calf injury in the pre-season.

Waite finished with 12 disposals, including six marks and four tackles

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Posted by Tribey72 on Wednesday, May 01 @ AUS Eastern Standard Time (819 reads)
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Walker Talks His Way Into Blues Side
 
Injury NewsRod Nicholson | Herald Sun
April 24th, 2012

Andrew Walker

ANDREW Walker will bypass the VFL and come straight into Carlton's team to play Fremantle on Friday night.

Blues coach Brett Ratten confirmed today Walker, who has not played at any level since suffering a quad injury in a pre-season match against Brisbane, would walk straight back into the line-up.

"I am glad he is back. He is bothering me, sending me texts, and coming into my office to bug me to play. He is ready to fire and he is ready to let off the leach," Ratten said.

The Blues will need to make several changes, highlighted by the loss of midfielder Anthony Carrazzo who will be out of action between 6-12 weeks.

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Posted by Tribey72 on Tuesday, April 24 @ AUS Eastern Standard Time (567 reads)
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Blues Haven't Given Up On Waite
 
Injury NewsSam Edmund | Herald Sun
25th August, 2011

Jarrad Waite

JARRAD Waite's season remains on a knife edge, with the athletic forward ruled out of any match this weekend.

Waite, who has been struggling with a hip injury in recent weeks, was this morning restricted to stationary drills and running laps at training.

Carlton coach Brett Ratten said he was hopeful Waite could play a part against St Kilda in the last game of the season, but admitted any setback could be disastrous.

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Blues To Get A LIft With Players To Return
 
Injury NewsGlenn McFarlane | Herald Sun
July 31st, 2011

Chris Judd

BRET Thornton maintains Carlton has plenty of improvement left as it fights desperately for its first AFL top-four finish in 11 years.
 
With the likes of Jarrad Waite (hip), Michael Jamison (knee) and Andrew Carrazzo (calf) all set to return in the coming weeks, Thornton said coach Brett Ratten would face a welcome selection drama.

"There are going to be some real selection issues for the coach in the next few weeks," the Carlton defender said, in the wake of the club's 18-point win over North Melbourne on Friday night.

"We probably didn't play our best footy of the year (against the Kangaroos) - it was a bit of a grind.

"But to have these guys coming back from injury is only going to help us."

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Carlton Ruckman Matthew Kreuzer Back On The Field After 11 months' Rehab
 
Injury News
Jon Ralph | Herald Sun
May 16th, 2011

Matthew Kreuzer

MATTHEW Kreuzer will make his long-awaited return from a knee reconstruction barring a setback at training.

The Carlton ruckman will play half a game for VFL affiliate Northern Bullants against Werribee on Saturday.

Carlton said Kreuzer was excited to be back after 11 months of patient rehabilitation.

While the plan is for Kreuzer to be eased back into action with several games in the VFL, a strong display might tempt the Blues to play him in Round 10 against Melbourne.

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Posted by Tribey72 on Tuesday, May 17 @ AUS Eastern Standard Time (783 reads)
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