Taylor Garner
Out
Injury Ankle
Listed as test
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
Ankle
June 22, 2021
Garner (ankle) is listed as a test heading into Round 15 against Gold Coast, according to Riley Beveridge of AFL.com.
ANALYSIS
Garner has played just four times this season but he did score six goals in his first two games. Any returning player for the Kangaroos would be a boost as they try to climb off the bottom of the ladder.
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Out with ankle injury
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
Ankle
June 18, 2021
Garner will miss Round 14 against Brisbane due to an ankle injury.
ANALYSIS
Garner has only played four times this season, though he did score six goals over his first two starts. Hopefully this is his only game out, though it may be tough for him to return by Round 15 at full strength.
Set for season debut
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
September 11, 2020
Garner (hamstring) has been included in the lineup for Saturday's match versus Fremantle.
ANALYSIS
Garner appeared in nine games for the Roos last season, averaging 13.2 disposals, 3.6 marks and three tackles per contest. He's set to slot in as an interchange in his first action of 2020.
Looking at five-week timetable
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
Hamstring
June 16, 2020
Garner (hamstring) is approximately five weeks from returning to action.
ANALYSIS
An earlier report indicated that Garner's 2020 season could be in jeopardy, but the latest from the team's medical staff seems to indicate he may return for a healthy portion of the campaign. Garner's timetable should continue to evolve once he takes steps toward a return.
2020 season in jeopardy
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
Hamstring
June 6, 2020
Garner may not return during the 2020 season after suffering a severe hamstring strain during training in late May, per the AFL's official site.
ANALYSIS
Garner was on track to be available for Round 2 before the hamstring problem propped up. Unfortunately, the issue is much more severe than just a slight pull, so it's quite possible he's looking at a 2021 return.