Jonathon Ceglar
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Out with lingering toe issue
RHawthorn Hawks
August 15, 2020
Ceglar will miss the Round 12 clash against the Eagles with a toe injury.
ANALYSIS
Ceglar has been dealing with a toe issue dating back to mid-July and it's going to cost him another match after he was able to play in consecutive rounds. He didn't look fully healthy Monday against Fremantle, registering only 11 hitouts, his second-lowest total on the season. He'll take some time to heal up in preparation for returning to action Saturday against Port Adelaide.
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Good to go
RHawthorn Hawks
July 30, 2020
Ceglar (toe) will rejoin the action Friday versus the Blues.
ANALYSIS
Ceglar was initially deemed a test for the tilt but made it through without a hitch and has been given the green light. He should resume his role as the team's ruck, having amassed 20-plus hitouts in every game prior to his early exit against Collingwood in Round 6.
Out after all
RHawthorn Hawks
Toe
July 17, 2020
Ceglar (toe) will miss Sunday's match versus the Demons.
ANALYSIS
Ceglar's recent scans revealed a slightly fractured toe, but it was believed during the initial lineup release that he might give it a go. Instead, he will wait until at least Round 7 to retake the field, with Sunday marking his first missed action of the season.
Slated to play Sunday
RHawthorn Hawks
Toe
July 16, 2020
Ceglar (toe) has been named and is in line to play Sunday versus Melbourne.
ANALYSIS
Ceglar suffered a minor crack in his toe last week but looks to have recovered well enough to warrant a spot in the lineup in his usual ruck role. Prior to last week's injury-plagued game, Ceglar had topped 20 hitouts, posted at least one mark and averaged more than three tackles per match.
Battling toe injury
RHawthorn Hawks
Toe
July 15, 2020
Ceglar's status for Sunday's game against Melbourne is up in the air due to a toe injury.
ANALYSIS
Ceglar suffered a small fracture in his toe during Round 6's loss to Collingwood. General manager Graham Wright stated that a final decision on Ceglar's status for Round 7 will come down to how well he's able to recover within the next 24 hours.
Impressive in losing effort
RHawthorn Hawks
June 12, 2020
Ceglar racked up 13 disposals (four kicks, nine handballs), four tackles, two marks, and zero scoring shots in Friday's 108-47 loss to the Cats.
ANALYSIS
Ceglar was first ruck for the Hawks and finished with a game-high 30 hit-outs. He was one of only a few bright spots for the Hawks on what was a disappointing night. At this stage, the Hawks do not have a clear backup for Ceglar and so he should continue to log heavy minutes moving forward.