West Coast Rookie Clay Hall has received good news in the wake of his recent ankle injury, with the teenager's scans failing to reveal a serious injury.

While Hall, the 38th pick at last year's national draft, hurt his ankle during the Eagles' intra-club hitout on Saturday, the Western Australian native isn't expected to spend too long on the sidelines.

According to a club statement out of Mineral Resources Park, Hall will spend the next three to four weeks rehabilitating.

“Pleasingly, the scans came back with the best possible result for Clay,” General Manager Football Gavin Bell told Eagles Media.

“He has impressed everybody at the club with his attitude in his first pre-season and we look forward to him being back in action soon.”

The news, however, was not as positive for defender Harry Edwards who is set for surgery after injuring his finger during the mate-on-mate hitout.

“Harry will undergo surgery and we will know more about his return-to-play timeframe after the operation, but he will be able to continue his conditioning program while his finger heals,” Bell added.

The Eagles are set to do battle against Fremantle at Mineral Resources Park on Saturday afternoon before travelling to face Adelaide at Hisense Stadium the following week.

West Coast's season proper will commence when it returns to the City of Churches to square off against Port Adelaide on Sunday, March 17.