Sandhurst coach Ashley Connick is confident he'll have a healthy list to choose from for the club's next game against South Bendigo.
Nick Stagg (hip), Oscar Perez (hip), Jake McLean (nose) and Callum Prest (back) were left bruised and battered from Saturday's loss to Strathfieldsaye in atrocious conditions at Tannery Lane.
"Jack McLean played out the game and he was okay, while Staggy copped a knee right on the point of his hip,'' Connick said.
"Oscar Perez copped something very similar to Staggy and Cal Prest had a knee to the base of his spine.
"They were all collision type injuries, so I don't expect any of them to miss any games."
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With the BFNL having a general bye this weekend, Connick said the Dragons would have a "light week'' on the training track before ramping things up next week ahead of the South Bendigo game on July 13.
The Dragons could have two classy inclusions to face the Bloods.
"Andy Collins (calf) will be close to returning that game and we should have Joel Wharton (wrist) back as well,'' Connick said.
"Joel had a very small chip off a bone in his wrist and we took a cautious approach with him."
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Connick described the conditions on Saturday as the worst he's seen in his long playing and coaching career.
"As a player and coach I've never seen anything like it,'' Connick said.
"It was dark and the rain in the third quarter was torrential. The ball would hit the ground and just stop.
"It was extreme."
The Dragons went down to the flag favourites by 22 points in a game where only eight goals were kicked.
"I probably won't even watch the replay, to be honest,'' Connick said.
"Despite having a clear plan going into the game our first 10 minutes was poor and they kicked two goals.
"(In the third quarter) we were within five points and then we had four or five clean entries into our forward 50 where we kicked poorly with bad decision making.
"We needed to kick two goals out of those entries and we didn't. Strathfieldsaye had a similar run in the last quarter and they did kick a couple of goals and that was the game."
Meanwhile, Kangaroo Flat is waiting on scans to determine the severity of a knee injury to key player Corey Greer.
Greer left the field in the first half of Saturday's loss to Golden Square.
Team-mate Jono Lanyon was also forced from the field on Saturday after copping a knock to the head.
Lanyon was taken to hospital where he had eight stitches inserted in his head.
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