Star Tiger in mad dash to Gold Coast after surgery – AFL

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RICHMOND forward Tom Lynch prepares to make a private dash to the Tigers Gold Coast center on Monday night after having surgical treatment on a damaged hand..

Lynch broke his best hand early in Sundays match against Melbourne, but played out the video game while other essential Tigers Trent Cotchin (hamstring), Dion Prestia (ankle) and Toby Nankervis (ankle) suffered major ailments..

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Melbournes Clayton Oliver produces a kick to forget and is made to pay by Tom Lynch.

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The Queensland government has actually allowed unique dispensation for AFL clubs to train and play inside those 14 days. If Lynch failed to show up at the clubs center by midnight Monday, a “re-set” on that 14 days for the entire group would be needed from the time he did check-in..

Offered Lynch explore the group center by midnight Monday, he will be able to serve, along with his colleagues, a Queensland Government requirement of 14 days of “isolation” based on COVID-19 policies.

Essential Richmond players Bachar Houli and Shane Edwards will not be attending the Gold Coast center, where the club will be based to get ready for its next 5 matches, for personal factors.

It is believed that despite the surgery requirements, Lynch is enthusiastic of playing in Sundays match against Sydney at the Gabba..