Geelong's Jackson Thurlow in hospital with lacerated kidney
That doctors were not forced to operate will help the 20-year-old's recovery, and the Cats hope he will be released from hospital later this week. However football manager Steve Hocking said it was too early to say when Thurlow could return to training, ...
Geelong's Jackson Thurlow hospitalised after suffering kidney injury at training
SCOTT: CATS' LIST BETTER THAN 2014. Geelong football manager Steve Hocking has praised the quick-thinking of club doctor Drew Slimmon, who was quick to identify the problem and immediately sent Thurlow to hospital. Scans confirmed "a reasonable amount of damage". The bump did ... Thurlow, who has played 10 AFL games, is one of Geelong's emerging stars and has been groomed as a potential long-term replacement for Corey Enright. The smooth-moving youngster is also in the plans to play further up ...
Kidney injury for Cat Thurlow
Thurlow, who has played 10 AFL games, is one of Geelong's emerging stars and has been groomed as a potential long-term replacement for Corey Enright. The smooth-moving youngster is also in the plans to play further up the ground. The Cats' final ...
Duncan among three Cats to sign new deals
Geelong has locked away two of its brightest young talents with Mitch Duncan and Josh Caddy signing new deals. Duncan, 23, and Caddy, 22, have both signed on until the end of 2018, while veteran Tom Lonergan penned a one-year extension through to ...
Geelong champ Scarlett swaps Dogs for Cats
It is evident already that 'Scarlo' is as excited to be back as we are to have him," Geelong's football manager Steve Hocking told the club's website. Scarlett's appointment headlines a significant restructure of the Cats' coaching panel for 2015. Paul Hood will ...
Geelong another home away from home for Gregson
For most young footballers, being drafted by an AFL club is just the start of a journey. ... "That's definitely helped me over the course of my football career with giving me a stronger core, and being able to do certain things that some players can't," he said on Monday after his first training session with his new club, flanked by fellow draftees Nakia Cockatoo, Dean ... Gore has also been schooled in Geelong's long tradition of redheads, he and former Demon Sam Blease continuing to keep up the Cats' "ranga" quota.