The Gold Coast SUNS have no new injuries after the Round 8 AFLW match against Carlton at Metricon Stadium.

Dynamic forward Tori Groves-Little is expected to be available for selection again after missing Round 8 through concussion.

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Qscan AFLW Injury Update: Round 9

AFLW Head Physiotherapist Aaron Duffy gives an injury update ahead of Round 9, presented by Qscan.

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“Tori is doing well, she’s fully recovered from her concussion and is progressing along the protocol nicely,” SUNS AFLW Head Physiotherapist Aaron Duffy told the Qscan Injury Update.

“She’ll re-join the main group for training this week and then all going well she’ll be available for Round 9.”

Defender Ellie Hampson is a chance to play her first AFLW match of the season as she continues her comeback from a lingering foot injury.

“Ellie’s doing well, she’s returned to play on the weekend in the QAFLW,” Duffy said.

“We’ll have a look at how Ellie trains with the group this week and then we’ll make a decision later in the week whether she’s available for Round 9 or not.”

In more positive news, Emma Pittman successfully returned for her first AFLW match in two years with no concerns coming out of the game.

Click here for the full injury list.