Premiership Tiger Kamdyn McIntosh has been sent for scans after suffering a leg injury during the club's pre-season camp on the Gold Coast.
Channel Seven's Mark Stevens reported that the 25-year old "looks set for long stint on sidelines” after he went down in a tackle and was carried off the field.
Kamdyn McIntosh looks set for long stint on sidelines ... carried off, serious ankle injury. Happened in tackle. Has escaped knee damage. X-rays for potential break, also concerns re syndesmosis. See the pics @7NewsMelbourne tonight.
— Mark Stevens (@Stevo7AFL) January 30, 2020
Kamdyn McIntosh came off the track with a lower leg injury during today’s training session and has been sent for scans.
Wishing the best for Kaps 💛 pic.twitter.com/XirYqy798B
— Richmond FC 🐯🏆 (@Richmond_FC) January 30, 2020
There are fears he may have syndesmosis damage, with the club yet to confirm the extent of the injury.
McIntosh is coming off a 16-game campaign in 2019 but was dropped from the senior side on the eve of finals.
The utility is contracted until the end of 2021.