Port Adelaide's Ollie Lord is set to spend time on the sidelines after suffering a lacerated kidney after a collision at training this week.
The 21-year-old spent time in hospital in the aftermath of the collision, where scans confirmed he had suffered a kidney injury, but is now recovering at home.
Lord is yet to make his debut for the Power, originally drafted with Pick 49 in the 2020 National Draft as a promising key forward. Hailing from the Sandringham Dragons and Geelong Grammar, Lord is the grandson of Geelong premiership star Alistair Lord.
Forward Ollie Lord will spend some time on the sidelines following a collision at training, but it's more positive news for Mitch and JHF 👇
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The Power did not provide a timeline on Lord's recovery, stating that his recovery will become clearer in the coming weeks.
Elsewhere at Port Adelaide, both Jason Horne-Francis and Mitch Georgiades have returned to full training after their respective injuries.
Horne-Francis was recovering from knee surgery in October, while Georgiades underwent a procedure to remove syndesmosis buttons in his ankle last month.