Cameron Zurhaar
Scores four in win
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
May 15, 2021
Zurhaar scored four goals and two behinds to go with nine disposals recorded during Saturday's 87-80 win over Hawthorn.
Zurhaar has scored six majors and four behinds over the last two weeks as his club finally recorded their first win of the season. As he's only topped 15 disposals on one occasion, Zurhaar still needs to get more time with the footy to become properly valuable in fantasy.
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In line to play
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
April 20, 2021
Zurhaar (concussion) appears set to return in Round 6 versus Fremantle, Riley Beveridge of the AFL's offical site reports.
Zurhaar departed the April 11 clash with Adelaide due to a concussion and missed the following round as a result. Fortunately, it appears he's recovered pretty quickly and should retake his spot up front for the Roos. He's still looking for his first goal of 2021 after averaging more than a goal per contest last season.
Out with concussion
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
April 10, 2021
Zurhaar won't return to Sunday's Round 4 match against Adelaide due to a concussion.
It's the second injury of the game for the Kangaroos, as Luke McDonald (pectoral) was already subbed out for Lachie Young. Zurhaar should be questionable for Round 5 after being diagnosed with the concussion.
Scores two in loss
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
August 15, 2020
Zurhaar scored two goals and one behind to go with 11 disposals (nine kicks, two handballs) during Friday's 53-52 loss to Brisbane.
Zurhaar had a big final quarter and missed the chance to cut the lead to two points during the final moments. He doesn't get much time with the footy in his hands, and has only scored majors in two of his last four matches, which makes it hard to look Zurhaar's way consistently.
Ready to roll
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
July 23, 2020
Zurhaar (hamstring) will return to the field for Saturday's match versus Carlton.
Zurhaar's hamstring forced him to sit out Round 8 but wasn't considered serious enough to sideline him long-term. Indeed, he will only miss one match and is slotted in as a half forward alongside Josh Walker and Bailey Scott.
Should be good
FNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
July 21, 2020
Zurhaar (hamstring) should be ready for Sunday's game versus the Lions, Marc McGowan of the AFL's official site reports.
Zurhaar was scratched late last week while working his way back from the hamstring issue, but his hamstring seems to be in good shape for this week. That will be a big boon for the Kangaroos, who struggled to get things going offensively without him in the lineup.