Aiden Bonar
Injury Shoulder
Out with shoulder injury
MNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
September 16, 2020
Bonar will not play in the finale of the home and away season due to a shoulder injury.
The extent of Bonar's injury hasn't been revealed, but it's serious enough that he will give way for the team's final contest of 2020. He will aim to retake the field to open 2021.
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Offers very little in return to action
MNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
September 12, 2020
Bonar had just six disposals (four kicks, two handballs) and three marks in Saturday's 99-35 loss to Fremantle.
Bonar returned to the lineup after missing almost a month of action with a shoulder injury. His lack of match practice was clearly evident as he managed just six disposals in the heavy loss. Playing in his first season, Bonar is set one of many young players on the Kangaroos roster. With very little left to play for, the Kangaroos are likely to roll their youth out for the final game against West Coast next Thursday.
Returning to action
MNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
September 11, 2020
Bonar (shoulder) will return to the lineup for Saturday's match versus Fremantle.
Bonar's AC joint sprain cost him nearly a month, but he's finally ready to retake his spot among the North Melbourne 22. He will slot in as one of four interchanges for the Kangaroos but doesn't quite have the upside to warrant consistent fantasy consideration.
Sitting out Saturday
MNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
Shoulder - AC Joint
August 14, 2020
Bonar will miss Saturday's contest versus Brisbane due to a shoulder injury.
Bonar's shoulder injury was considered the most serious of the issue that hit the Roos following the team's previous contest. Unfortunately, it was enough to keep him from taking the field for at least Round 12, though there's no guarantee it will be just a one-match absence.
Ready to go
MNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
July 31, 2020
Bonar (soreness) will rejoin the lineup for Saturday's match versus Adelaide.
Bonar took off Round 8 while working through some soreness. It wasn't considered a serious problem, so his return to action Saturday shouldn't come as a major shock. Barring a change, he'll work in as an interchange for the clash with the Crows.
Out with soreness
MNorth Melbourne Kangaroos
General Soreness
July 23, 2020
Bonar will not play in Saturday's match versus Carlton due to soreness.
It doesn't sound as though Bonar's soreness is considered to be a serious problem, so there's a decent chance he will be back in tow in short order.