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GWS Giants’ Brid Stack rushed to hospital after spinal injury scare


GWS Giants player Brid Stack has been rushed to hospital after a spinal injury scare in a pre-season clash with the Adelaide Crows on Sunday.

The 34-year-old was hurt during a heavy collision in a tackle late in the fourth quarter, with the game cut short.

Stack received medical care on the ground before an ambulance arrived at Norwood Oval to take her to a nearby hospital.

“She’s in the best possible care,” the Giants said.

“We will provide a full update when we have further information.”

The Irish import is trying her hand at the AFLW for the first time after a long and successful career in Gaelic football.

Stack spent Christmas with her partner and child in hotel quarantine in Perth before arriving in Sydney.

“We watched an…



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