The Westen Bulldogs have come out of the traps flying this season and top the AFL table after ten rounds of games. The charge from the west Melbourne side has been one that few expected in 2021 but now that they have the bit between their teeth, the Bulldogs look impossible to subdue. That is, they did before their star man Adam Treloar fell awkwardly in the first half of their game against St Kilda.
It looked like a rather innocuous fall in real-time but it soon became apparent that Treloar was in a large degree of discomfort. The dynamic midfielder would be substituted soon after but that did not stop the Bulldogs’ momentum on the night as they went on to record a dominant 111-point win over St Kilda.