AFLW: West Coast Eagles star Niamh Kelly’s nasty finger injury in derby match

Clashes between West Coast and Fremantle are all the time brutal — and West Coast Irish import Niamh Kelly came upon the onerous manner immediately.

The speedster cooped a nasty knock in the second quarter of the sport at Fremantle Group Financial institution Oval, dislocating the pointer finger on her left hand.

Kelly, 25, was having recreation for the Eagles up till that time, organising the primary objective of the sport to teammate Aisling McCarty with a pinpoint kick in torrid situations.

Niamh Kelly of the Eagles looks on after injury to her finger during the round two AFLW match between the Fremantle Dockers and the West Coast Eagles at Fremantle Oval.
Digital camera IconNiamh Kelly of the Eagles appears to be like on after injury to her finger through the spherical two AFLW match between the Fremantle Dockers and the West Coast Eagles at Fremantle Oval. Credit score: Paul Kane/by way of AFL Photographs

Sadly, it appears to be like as if the injury will finish her day, with Kelly not sighted on the sphere after half-time.

West Coast had began the sport effectively and led by 4 factors on the first break as they appeared on the right track for his or her first win of 2020.

However the Dockers received on prime in the second quarter, profitable the within 50 rely 11 to at least one to take the lead 1.6 (12) to 1.1 (7) on the fundamental break.