Jake Carlisle
DefenderD
Out
Injury Back
Undergoing surgery
DSt Kilda Saints
Back
May 20, 2021
Carlisle will undergo back surgery Thursday, Daniel Cherry of The Age reports.
ANALYSIS
Carlisle last played in the Round 6 loss to Port Adelaide, and he suffered a back injury in training shortly after. Carlisle could miss the remainder of the 2021 season due to the surgery, and he's out of contract at the end of the season.
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Season uncertain
DSt Kilda Saints
Back
May 20, 2021
Carlisle could miss the rest of the season if he undergoes back surgery, according to Daniel Cherry of The Age.
ANALYSIS
Carlisle hasn't played since Round 6 and remains out indefinitely, whether he undergoes surgery or not. He's out of contract at the end of 2021 and will need to prove his fitness to earn a new deal from the Saints or elsewhere.
Has back issue
DSt Kilda Saints
Back
May 11, 2021
Carlisle is troubled by a back issue ahead of Round 9 against Geelong, according to AFL.com.
ANALYSIS
Carlisle hasn't played since the end of April and may not be at full strength this weekend. He's scored no more than 67 points in a single game this season.
Listed as emergency
DSt Kilda Saints
March 3, 2021
Carlisle holds an emergency designation for Thursday's Community Series game versus the Blues, Chris Nice of the Saints' official site reports.
ANALYSIS
Carlisle appears ready for the start of the 2021 campaign after his 2020 season ended early following the birth of his child. While he's unlikely to take part in the Community Series affair, he figures to be included in the lineup for the Round 1 clash with GWS.
Leaves hub
DSt Kilda Saints
Personal
October 4, 2020
Carlisle left the Saints' hub Monday after the birth of his child.
ANALYSIS
Carlisle remained with the team as long as he could, but he should miss the rest of the AFL finals series after leaving the hub. Dylan Roberton and Josh Battle could see increased roles for the Saints going forward with Carlisle and Patrick Ryder (hamstring) unavailable.
Solid production Monday
DSt Kilda Saints
July 21, 2020
Carlisle amassed 12 disposals (seven kicks, five handballs), five marks and four tackles in Monday's 78-55 victory over Adelaide.
ANALYSIS
Carlisle was solid for the Saints, helping them to a serviceable victory. The former Bomber has been a crucial addition to the St.Kilda backline, providing them with the resilience they have been lacking previously. St.Kilda are much-improved as a team and would not look out of place, taking to the field during finals time.