Jack Viney
Logs 34 disposals in win
MMelbourne Demons
September 10, 2021
Viney logged 34 disposals (17 kicks, 17 handballs) and made five tackles during Friday's 125-42 win over Geelong.
Viney has only played 13 times all season but still has a solid average of 22.2 disposals and 7.4 tackles per game. With 28 and 34 disposals over his last two rounds, there aren't many players with as comparable form as him heading into the Grand Final.
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Set for return
MMelbourne Demons
August 17, 2021
Viney (suspension) will return for Round 23 versus Geelong.
Viney has served a two-match suspension and will now be able to play in a top-of-the-table clash with the minor premiership on the line. In all but one of his 10 matches this season, the midfielder has exceeded 70 fantasy points.
Picks up suspension
MMelbourne Demons
August 3, 2021
Viney is suspended for the next two matches after dishing a high hit to the jaw of Gold Coast's Sam Collins.
Viney tried to argue for a reduction of his anticipated punishment, but he'll now miss the upcoming games against West Coast and Adelaide before returning in the home-and-away finale against Geelong.
Taken off injury list
MMelbourne Demons
June 22, 2021
Viney (toe) has been declared fit enough to play in Round 15 against Essendon.
Viney hasn't played since Round 5 due to a toe injury but looks to be ready to face the Bombers after coming off the injury list. If he does end up playing, Viney has performed well with three games over 100 fantasy points in his five appearances this season.
Out for longer
MMelbourne Demons
May 25, 2021
Viney (toe) is still two-three weeks from returning, per his club's medical report.
Viney has yet to play in May after picking up a toe injury. When fit, he recorded a solid 21.4 disposals and 7 marks per game in five rounds.
Out 2-3 weeks
MMelbourne Demons
May 3, 2021
Viney (toe) will be sidelined for two-to-three weeks.
Viney was a late scratch for Sunday's match versus North Melbourne because of the toe complaint. Unfortunately, the issue appears to be a bit more than a minor one and will cost him at least a pair of contests as a result. He will continue to work his way back from the lingering soreness but will likely take it easy to avoid a setback.