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Sickening bump leaves AFL world in disbelief

Sickening bump leaves AFL world in disbelief


Shane McAdam might be set for an early season vacation after delivering a bone-crushing hit on Jacob Wehr.

The Adelaide Crows participant lined up and ran by the GWS Giants teen in a bump that might be heard across the stadium.

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As Wehr waited for the ball following a brief kick in, McAdam tucked his shoulder in and ran straight by the teen, sending his head snapping again in an unpleasant scene.

Wehr remained down on the turf as trainers ran out onto the bottom and his teammates got here in to remonstrate with officers.

The Giants participant was helped from the bottom to endure a HIA take a look at, the second GWS participant within the third quarter after Lachie Whitfield was collected earlier on within the time period.

Whitfield was subbed out of the sport shortly earlier than the top of the third quarter after failing his HIA.

“That’s going to be a large speaking level. That may be a big hit, I’m 50 metres away and you possibly can hear the smack,” Cameron Mooney stated on Fox Footy.

David King added: “He’s in a world of ache. That’s precisely what we’re making an attempt to stamp out of the sport.

“He’s (McAdam) going to be in a world of damage from the match evaluation panel.”

Wehr handed his HIA and returned to the sphere to start the fourth quarter.

The brutal hit comes within the wake of Kysaiah Pickett and Lance Franklin being thrown into the highlight for prime pictures on Saturday night time.

But it surely was the hit from McAdam that left these watching on in disbelief with many labelling it a far worse shot than any that had occurred earlier within the spherical.

The Sunday contest changed into outright carnage for the Giants who misplaced Harry Perryman within the early minutes of the match with a hamstring harm.

All of it went south within the third quarter with star defender Nick Haynes affected by a groin harm earlier than Whitfield was taken out of the competition halfway by the quarter.

Issues went from unhealthy to worse to start out the fourth quarter with star midfielder Josh Kelly additionally taken out of the sport after an inadvertent head knock from Crows ruckman Reilly O’Brien.

Regardless of solely having one participant on the bench and gamers all around the floor battling cramps, the Giants held on to report the 16-point victory.

The Crows jumped out of the blocks within the early going however had been overran by a Giants outfit that refused to die.

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