Seb Ross will work toward making himself available for the first round of finals after straining his right hamstring on Saturday night.
The dual Trevor Barker Award winner left the ground after the first quarter of the Saints’ win against Geelong.
“It’s disappointing for Seb, especially given the time of year, but this strain is separate to his last one and not as severe,” Acting General Manager of Football David Misson said.
“He’ll get stuck into rehab and we’ll give him every opportunity to be ready for the first week of finals.”
Ross will be joined on the sidelines this week by Anthony Caminiti, who has entered concussion protocols following a head knock in the VFL on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Dougal Howard is taking steps toward integrating back into training, consulting with specialists this week as to when this can occur.
|Dougal Howard||Wrist||1-2 weeks|
|Seb Ross||Hamstring||2 weeks|
|James Van Es||Ankle||Season|
|Updated: Tuesday 22 August|