St Kilda skipper Jack Steele will have surgery on Monday to fix a fractured collarbone that is expected to keep him out for the next four weeks.
The 27-year-old played out the match after picking up the injury, a big effort as he led the Saints to an upset win over the Western Bulldogs, but he will be sorely missed in the next month.
However, the Saints have overcome a long injury list in the first two rounds with strong wins over Fremantle and the Western Bulldogs in an outstanding start to Ross Lyon’s return as senior coach.
A fractured collarbone will keep Jack Steele out for a monthCredit:Getty
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