Mitch Lewis was a shock addition to Hawthorn’s injury record this week. Here is how he acquired injured in an ‘unlucky’ accident.
Hawthorn assistant coach Craig McRae has revealed younger gun Mitch Lewis suffered a concussion whereas doing boxing throughout the membership’s midweek coaching session.
Lewis was a shock addition to the Hawks’ injury record when its staff to tackle Sydney in Spherical 13 was introduced.
Within the lead-up to the Swans conflict, McRae defined that the 22-year-old ahead copped successful as a result of he “zigged when he ought to have zagged”.
“It is a disgrace. I’ve put plenty of time into Mitch and have nice perception he could make it at this degree persistently. He is proven some nice indicators of that,” McRae informed AFL Nation.
“He zigged when he ought to’ve zagged and copped one and sadly he isn’t going to be there tonight.”
“We had been simply doing a little physique punches to be sincere and he ducked.
“It was an unlucky incident and we’ll miss him.”
Lewis has performed eight matches for Hawthorn this season, kicking 12 targets and averaging 9.2 disposals and three.9 marks per contest.