Greater Western Sydney player Brid Stack has been rushed to hospital amid fears over a possible spine injury after a collision in an AFLW practice match against Adelaide.
- Stack was injured late in the fourth quarter of the practice match at Norwood Oval
- The Giants said Stack was taken to hospital as part of the AFLW’s spinal precaution protocols
- Both GWS and the Crows paid respect to former Giants player Jacinda Barclay, who died in October
Stack was hurt during the fourth quarter of the match at Adelaide’s Norwood Oval on Sunday.
The 34-year-old Irish import was placed on a stretcher and taken from the field in an ambulance, while the match was called off with just a few minutes remaining.
“Unfortunately, Irish recruit Brid Stack…