GWS co-captain Phil Davis has declared he should be fit to play in Saturday’s AFL grand final against Richmond despite picking up multiple knocks in the dramatic preliminary final win over Collingwood.
The key defender suffered finger, knee and back issues but stressed there was no calf injury, as initially reported.
“I pulled up really well. I had a good night’s sleep and am feeling really good, so there shouldn’t be any dramas for this weekend,” said Davis on Sunday.
This weekend, we look back at a thrilling semi-final from 2005, while we also revisit the controversial “Sirengate” match from 2006, as well as the farewell of Kevin Sheedy and James Hird at Essendon, the first ever QClash and a VFL grand final replay.
This weekend, we revisit no less than four finals matches, including two drought-breaking efforts by the Sydney Swans and North Melbourne, a preliminary final thriller from last September and the great shootout of 1993.