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SUNS shine on a rainy day

Jack Bowes, Will Brodie and Brayden Fiorini shone, as did Fremantle recruit Lachie Weller, in the intra-club match.

6:46pm  Feb 23, 2018

May looking forward to the "healthy competition" for spots

Captain Steven May is looking forward to the healthy competition for spots among the tall timber

6:32pm  Feb 23, 2018

Evans excited for the season to start

GC SUNS Chief Executive Mark Evans confirmed that the club is looking to schedule another activity for fans before the season kicks off.

6:04pm  Feb 23, 2018

Optomo Injury Report: Round 14

goldcoastfc.com.au  June 20, 2017 4:52 PM

Optomo Injury Report: Round 14 GC SUNS GM - Football Operations, Marcus Ashcroft, speaks to SUNS TV about injuries at the club
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Gold Coast midfielder Touk Miller is on track to return to the side against the Saints on Sunday. 

Miller, who has missed consecutive matches due to illness/ankle problems, is a strong chance to line up for the SUNS according to GM of Football Operations, Marcus Ashcroft.

“Touk has presented really well at the start of this week,” he said.

“He missed a couple of weeks with an illness, while the following week he had a sore ankle on the back of off-season surgery and unfortunately couldn’t play.

“But this week he is on track to be available for selection.”

It’s a similar story for young forward Callum Ah Chee, with the SUNS selection committee erring on the side of caution when leaving him out of the final 22 last weekend. 

“Callum’s had a bit of a stop-start preparation. He was close to playing last week but we left him out conservatively with a tight hamstring,” Ashcroft said. 

"He is over that and available for selection this weekend.” 

goldcoastfc.com.au confirmed on Sunday that Michael Barlow would require season-ending surgery to repair a fractured fibula. 

“He was white as a ghost Sunday afternoon but the last few days he’s got some good rest,” Ashcroft said. 

"He’ll be ready to commence training first day of pre-season.” 

Meanwhile, Jarrad Grant is set to remain in the rehab group as he nurses his way back from a groin injury.

“’Granty’ hurt his groin a couple of weeks ago in the NEAFL game at that point the diagnosis was missing 2-3, and he has come along quite well since then,” Ashcroft said.

“He won’t play this week and we’ll monitor him for next weekend.”

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