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Season review: Jonathon Ceglar

Jonathan Ceglar of the Hawks in action during the 2015 AFL Round 06 match between the GWS Giants and the Hawthorn Hawks at Spotless Stadium, Sydney on May 09, 2015. (Photo: Anthony Pearse/AFL Media)
Ceglar is set to complete a full pre-season, having missed the Hawks' entire 2017 campaign while recovering from a knee reconstruction.

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Review

Ceglar spent 2017 on the sidelines as he recuperated the torn ACL that he suffered last year.

The 25-year old injured his knee in Round 22 last year against the West Coast Eagles in what was his 50th game.

The 204cm ruckman now has his sights set on a strong pre-season, as he is expected to be fully fit come day one of the summer.

 

A word from: Brett Ratten

“He didn’t play this year with his ACL. He did everything in rehab and he was great around the place with his support for the boys.

“Maybe if we were closing in on finals he may have got up to play a few games. But he will be ready to go next year, he’s done all of the rehab work. He will be a great addition for us back into the side in 2018.”

 

Read: Jaeger O'Meara's season in review

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