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Injury update: Rockliff to make trip to China

LAUNCESTON, AUSTRALIA - MAY 25: Tom Rockliff of the Power is tackled by James Worpel of the Hawks during the 2019 AFL round 10 match between the Hawthorn Hawks and the Port Adelaide Power at UTAS Stadium on May 25, 2019 in Launceston, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos)
LAUNCESTON, AUSTRALIA - MAY 25: Tom Rockliff of the Power is tackled by James Worpel of the Hawks during the 2019 AFL round 10 match between the Hawthorn Hawks and the Port Adelaide Power at UTAS Stadium on May 25, 2019 in Launceston, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos)

PORT ADELAIDE midfielder Tom Rockliff suffered a minor hamstring injury in his side’s 31-point loss to Hawthorn at University of Tasmania Stadium.

Rockliff has tested well on Monday and will be on the flight to China, where he will be assessed ahead of Port’s clash with St Kilda.

Scott Lycett will also be in the squad to fly to China and is expected to play against the Saints, while Ryan Burton will be assessed on Tuesday before making the trip.

AFL:

Ryan Burton - hamstring (assess)
Tom Rockliff - hamstring (assess)
Trent McKenzie - hamstring (assess)
Charlie Dixon - leg (1-2 weeks)
Sam Hayes - glandular fever (2-3 weeks)
Brad Ebert - concussion (2-3 weeks)
Ollie Wines - ankle (2-3 weeks)
Jack Watts - leg (TBC)
Jake Patmore - knee (season)

SANFL:

Adam Mahney - shoulder (5-7 weeks)