Rowan Marshall
Injury Undisclosed
Late scratch for Round 5
RSt Kilda Saints
April 15, 2021
Marshall will not play in Round 5 against Richmond.
Paul Hunter will start for St. Kilda in Round 5. Marshall will look to start again in Round 6 against Port Adelaide on April 25. Per AFL Ratings, he's expected back in action next week.
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Good to go Thursday
RSt Kilda Saints
April 14, 2021
Marshall (foot) will take the field for Thursday's match versus Richmond, Matilda Knights of the Saints' official site reports.
Marshall's status appeared in doubt after he suffered a torn plantar fascia in Round 4 but he's apparently pulled up well and will give it a go. He's slotted into his usual role as the team's ruck for the contest versus the Tigers.
Suffers torn plantar fascia
RSt Kilda Saints
April 13, 2021
Marshall suffered a torn plantar fascia in his foot during Saturday's win over West Coast Eagles, according to Mitch Cleary of
Marshall has only played one time this season, in which he recorded 13 disposals and took eight marks. He'll hope to be back relatively soon, but for now his status remains in doubt for Round 5.
Confirmed starter Saturday
RSt Kilda Saints
April 8, 2021
Marshall has been confirmed as a starter by senior coach Brett Ratten for Saturday's match against West Coast.
Marshall has yet to play this season and will make his debut against the Eagles. His ruck partner, Paddy Ryder (personal), isn't expected to return for another month, so Marshall could see extra touches go his way.
Plays in reserve match
RSt Kilda Saints
April 6, 2021
Marshall (foot) played in a reserve match for Sandringham over the weekend.
Marshall has yet to play this season but could be a reliable option at ruck after recording 14 disposals and 14.6 hitouts per match in 2020.
Sidelined through Round 2
RSt Kilda Saints
March 3, 2021
Marshall will miss through at least Round 2 as he works his way back from a foot injury, the AFL's official site reports.
Coach Brett Ratten believes Marshall will be back in the mix soon after Round 2, so it sounds as though the team's No. 1 ruckman may not be sidelined too long by the issue. Even so, the team is losing out on his 14.0 disposals, 4.4 marks, 2.2 tackles and 14.6 hitouts per contest from the 2020 season in the meantime.