AFL Rd 2 - Carlton v Melbourne
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 13: Jack Martin of the Blues in action during the 2020 AFL Round 02 match between the Carlton Blues and the Melbourne Demons at Marvel Stadium on June 13, 2020 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Carlton forward Jack Martin could be ruled out for the remainder of the season following a calf injury sustained late into the Blues’ win over Sydney on Tuesday night.

Martin took no further part in the match after coming off the ground, with SEN’s Sam Edmund revealing his season could be in doubt.

“He’s in some danger of not playing again this year,” Edmund told SEN’s Whateley.

“I know there’s only a couple of rounds to go but he’s got another calf injury – we know he missed Round 12 (against Fremantle) after hurting that calf against West Coast. He did only miss the one match and returned 12 days later.

“I think there will be scans today and if it’s a cork then he’s likely to play again but coach David Teague was uncertain last night.

“Another strain would be a big problem and could really jeopardise his chances of featuring again this year.”

Martin has booted 12 goals in 14 matches for the Blues in 2020.