Aiden Adams and Jake Marshall are both nearing a return to football after long-term injuries.
Adams has been sidelined for more than 12 months after damaging nerves in his shoulder, while Marshall has been out of action for nine months due to ongoing knee complications, but both could be ready to take to the field within the next month.
The successful rehabilitation of both players is a testament to the work of the Werribee team doctor, physiotherapist, and strength-and-conditioning team.
|Aiden Adams||Shoulder||1-2 weeks|
|Spiros Amarantidis||Hamstring||1 week|
|Harrison King||Hamstring||1 week|
|Isaac Miller||Hamstring||1-2 weeks|
|Tylar Vujanic||Knee||2 weeks|
|Billy Crofts||Finger||2 weeks|
|Jake Marshall||Knee||1-2 weeks|
|Jake Edwards||Hamstring||3-4 weeks|
|Nathan Laracy||Knee||3-4 weeks|
|Darby Schilder||Abductor||4 weeks|
|Daniel Foley||Hamstring||5-6 weeks|
|Bevan Shelley||Knee||4 weeks|
|Kurt Aylett||Ankle||8-10 weeks|