PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JULY 24: Luke Shuey of the Eagles looks on after being defeated during the round 19 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the St Kilda Saints at Optus Stadium on July 24, 2022 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

Port Adelaide forward Todd Marshall had his afternoon come to an early end after suffering a concussion in the opening half of the Power's clash with West Coast.

A collision with the head of Eagle Liam Duggan in the second quarter of the game left Marshall dazed on the ground, with the Power's medical aids helping Marshall off the field shortly after.

Port Adelaide made their sub change ahead of the main break, with Dylan Williams brought into the match.

A failed HIA test for Marshall will mean the sharpshooters won't be available for selection for the next 12 days and therefore will be sidelined for next week's clash with St Kilda.

Luke Shuey's horrid run with injuries continued as the West Coast captain suffered an ankle injury in the opening half.

The veteran midfielder was assisted off the field less than halfway through the opening term at Adelaide Oval, hurting his leg after being tackled by Power onballer Ollie Wines.

The contest saw Shuey's left foot planted into the turf as the pair of players rolled toward the ground, with Shuey left in agony on the field before club medical staff came to his aid.

Shuey was pictured limping off the field but made a return to the track shortly after. He would be subbed out of the match in the second half.

The injury adds to an extensive run of setbacks for the 2018 Norm Smith Medal winner, who has managed just 41 games since the start of 2020.

Calf and hamstring injuries have continued to take a toll on the 32-year-old, who missed the past two rounds of the year with a hamstring concern.

The Eagles already have close to a full side's worth of talent sidelined with injuries, forcing the club to heavily rely on younger, raw talent in the opening rounds of their campaign.

Port Adelaide WON BY 40 POINTS
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