Tom McCartin
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Scores three in loss
FSydney Swans
August 1, 2020
McCartin scored three goals and made five marks during Saturday's 101-48 loss to Saint Kilda.
ANALYSIS
McCartin had his best effort of the season, but it didn't amount to much through the dominance of Saints. As long as Tom Papley gets back on track, there are other options that are more likely to produce with consistency than McCartin.
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Ready for Saturday
FSydney Swans
July 16, 2020
McCartin (concussion) will return to the lineup Saturday versus Gold Coast.
ANALYSIS
McCartin last saw AFL action back on June 20 but appears ready to retake his spot in the Swans' lineup. He's listed as a half forward for the contest alongside Ryan Clarke and Chad Warner as he aims to pick up the pace following a relatively slow start to 2020.
Doubtful for Round 6
FSydney Swans
Concussion
July 7, 2020
McCartin (concussion) will be a late test ahead of Round Six against Richmond, according to Executive GM of Football Charlie Gardiner. "Tom (McCartin) is improving gradually, he still had some very minor symptoms over the weekend and we will continue to assess him. He is one that we won't rush and there is a chance that he won't be available, but we will have to determine that later in the week."
ANALYSIS
McCartin has scored two goals from his three appearances this season, and his status will take a little bit more time to confirm, though he has yet to be ruled out.
Sidelined again
FSydney Swans
Concussion
July 2, 2020
McCartin (concussion) remains sidelined for round 5 versus West Coast.
ANALYSIS
McCartin has now gone two weeks without seeing action for the Swans after experiencing concussion symptoms late in the Round 3 contest versus North Melbourne. Look for the team to provide more info on his status when he's cleared to play.
Out Round 4 with concussion
FSydney Swans
Concussion
June 22, 2020
McCartin has been ruled out ahead of Thursday's Round 4 match with Western due to a concussion.
ANALYSIS
McCartin experienced concussion symptoms after taking a knock to the head in the final quarter of Saturday's Round 3 win over North Melbourne. The Swans plan to monitor McCartin over the next few days, but because of the quick turnaround for the Round 4 match, Sydney will err on the side of caution and hold the defender out for at least one week.