The pair will have scans on Friday to determine the severity of the injuries.
“I don’t know whether this is a positive or not, but they were both issues where they were either pushed or really stretching,” Geelong coach Chris Scott said post-match
“It wasn’t the standard ‘hammy’ where they were running and it came out of nowhere. The initial feedback is that they were both minor.
“Duncan was assessed for a long time and there was the real possibility he could come back, so I think that was a good sign.”
McCluggage injured his shoulder just before half time and although he played out the pain, was clearly hampered by the injury.
Robinson suffered a quad injury late in the match and would not return.