Scans have confirmed North Melbourne defender Griffin Logue ruptured his ACL in yesterday’s loss to Geelong.

Logue left the field halfway through the first quarter and was subbed out of the game after the innocuous incident.

“We understood Griff had suffered a significant knee injury and unfortunately, scans today confirmed an ACL rupture to his left knee,” North Melbourne’s general manager of football Todd Viney said.


“Despite knowing his injury was serious, Griff continued to support his teammates throughout the game yesterday. The way he went about it is a testament to the professional he is.

“Everyone at the club will be there to support him as he begins the first steps of his rehab.”

Logue landed at Arden St during last year’s trade period after six seasons and 64 games at Fremantle.

The 25-year-old played his first game in the blue and white in Round 1 and has been a solid contributor to the Roos backline over 15 games this year.


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