Sport Saint resting after frightening collapse

07:46  16 april  2018
07:46  16 april  2018 Source:   Wide World of Sports

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Dylan Roberton.: St Kilda's Dylan Roberton is on the improve after collapsing on the field against Geelong. (AAP)© AAP St Kilda's Dylan Roberton is on the improve after collapsing on the field against Geelong. (AAP)

St Kilda defender Dylan Roberton has spent the night in hospital after his frightening collapse during the AFL loss to Geelong.

Roberton had lined up for a centre bounce in the second term on Sunday at Kardinia Park when he suddenly fell to the ground.

Concerned teammates and Saints medical staff quickly went to the 26-year-old and he was able to walk off the ground.

He was having tests at Geelong's Epworth Hospital.

"It looks like some sort of irregular heartbeat ... (but) from all reports he's alert and he's eating," coach Alan Richardson said post match.

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Despite the frightening finish, Day, twice a runner-up in just four Open appearances, remains very much in contention for a first major title, just three shots from the lead. "He was treated locally by Dr. Robert Stoecker and Dr. Charles Souliere and is resting comfortably.

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"He's doing well but it's obviously a bit of a shock. He shocked a few of his mates but he's doing well, which is positive."

Geelong forward Cory Gregson suffered another foot injury during the win ovet the Saints.

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The Cats are worried, given Gregson missed all last season because of an injury on the same left foot.

"He's a bit sore but he doesn't know and (the doctors) don't know so we'll just have to wait," said Cats coach Chris Scott.

"Sorry to be so vague on it but I think everyone sits back on their seat and is a bit concerned and fair enough, so we should be."

Hawthorn are set to lose Cyril Rioli (knee) and Paul Puopolo (hamstring) for several weeks after they were hurt in Sunday's big win over Melbourne.

Carlton is awaiting word on the severity of captain Marc Murphy's left-foot injury.

Murphy pulled out of the side only moments before the first bounce of Saturday night's big loss to North Melbourne in Hobart.

He felt discomfort in his foot during the warm-up.

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