The final teams are in for Sunday’s clash between Glenelg and Adelaide in Bordertown with Scott Thompson headlining the list of names for the Crows.
Glenelg is poised to unleash another BankSA Rookie against Adelaide in Bordertown on Sunday.
Jackson Edwards, the son of Crows premiership great Tyson Edwards, has been named on the extended interchange bench.
He has been joined in the Tigers’ 23-man squad by midfielder Riley McFarlane, who has recovered from a shin ailment, and utilities Brad Merrett and Todd Slade.
Captain Andrew Bradley faces a battle to play again this season after breaking his collarbone against Port last Sunday.
Half-back Jonty Scharenberg will miss one match after accepting a one-match suspension from the Incident Review Panel for engaging in rough conduct with Port’s Todd Marshall.
F: I. Milera, McBean, Barry
HF: Vitkunas, Scott, Earl
C: T. Milera, Nicholson, Chalmers
HB: Howard, Curran, Agnew
B: Proud, Sellar, Joseph
R: McGinty, Sawford, Snook
INT: J. Edwards, Koster, Slade, B. Merrett, McFarlane
Adelaide has regained ruckman Reilly O’Brien for its match against Glenelg in Bordertown on Sunday.
O’Brien has been joined by a host of development players in the Crows’ 23-man squad including John Boxer, Damon Hill, Brad Oats, Blake Launer and Josh Vandermeer.
Defender Kyle Cheney accepted a two-match ban fro striking Peter Bampton against Norwood last round while Louis De Michele couldn’t be considered due to injury.
Paul Seedsman, Myles Poholke and Jonathon Beech have all been called up for AFL duty.
F: Jarman, Hunter, Menzel
HF: Davis, Pinyon, Fry
C: Marini, Thompson, Wittwer
HB: Signorello, Doedee, Gore
B: Hill, Dear, Murphy
R: O’Brien, Gallucci, Wigg
INT: Launer, Oats, Boxer, Vandermeer