Gryan Miers
ForwardF
In lineup for Round 23
FGeelong Cats
August 19, 2021
Miers (leg) made the initial lineup for Round 23 against Melbourne.
ANALYSIS
Miers hasn't played in a month due to a leg injury but gets back into the team just before the finals. In 11 games played, he's scored 11 goals this season.
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Extends contract by two seasons
FGeelong Cats
Leg
August 12, 2021
Miers (leg) signed a two-year contract extension with Geelong on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Miers isn't one to light up the fantasy scoreboard but he plays an important positional role that will keep him with the Cats for a couple more years.
Takes knock to leg
FGeelong Cats
Leg
July 27, 2021
Miers took a knock to his leg that won't need surgery, his club announced Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Miers re-injured the same spot where he had fractured his right fibula and will need to be careful with his recovery. Given how far up the ladder Geelong are ahead of Round 20, Miers should have plenty of time to return before the season ends.
Plays in practice match
FGeelong Cats
Leg
June 16, 2021
Miers (leg) played in a practice match and could return in Round 14 against the Western Bulldogs, according to coach Chris Scott. "He's coming back from a fractured fibula, he's missed a fair bit of running, so he's behind in comparison say a player that's had a shoulder issue but can still run would be. So, we are probably leaning towards being a bit more cautious with Gryan's return."
ANALYSIS
Don't expect Miers to be at full-strength just yet, though an appearance at any level would confirm his fitness following a hairline fracture suffered in his fibula at the start of May. When fit, Miers offered decent value for a forward with 15.9 disposals and 4.7 marks per game.
Could return in next few weeks
FGeelong Cats
Leg
June 8, 2021
Miers (broken leg) is expected to return by Round 15 at the latest and is listed as a test for Round 13 against Port Adelaide, according to Mitch Cleary of AFL.com.
ANALYSIS
Miers has missed just over a month with a fractured fibula and may make it two if he can't recover for the Port game. He's still managed to score in each of his seven appearances this season.
Suffers hairline fracture in fibula
FGeelong Cats
Leg
May 4, 2021
Miers is set to sit out after scans revealed he suffered a hairline fracture in his fibula versus Sydney, David McPherson of the Cats' official site reports.
ANALYSIS
The team hasn't divulged how long they expect Miers to miss because of the issue, but it's a good bet he will be sidelined for multiple weeks at a minimum. Look for more information to surface as he nears a return.