Geelong welcomed back a host of players in the Easter Monday win against Hawthorn, with the team getting through the game with a clean bill of health.

Tanner Bruhn, Tom Atkins, and Jack Bowes all returned to the line-up for Tom Hawkins’ 350th game.

Bruhn hit the ground running, posting a career-high 27 disposals and nine clearances against the Hawks.

Atkins brought his trademark pressure, laying eight tackles, with Bowes making an impact in the fourth quarter coming on as the sub, with eight disposals, five tackles, and a goal assist.

First-year Cat George Stevens also returned from injury via the VFL on the weekend.

With the focus now turned to the Gather Round and the Saturday night game against the Bulldogs, at this stage only five Cats will be unavailable for selection.

Geelong fans in Adelaide will be able to see the team train at Woodville West Torrens (Woodville West Torrens Football Club, Oval Ave, Woodville South) from 3.00pm on Friday 5 April. 

The Cats return to GMHBA Stadium in Round 5 when they take on North Melbourne. Become a member or get your tickets through Ticketmaster today.

Geelong Cats GMHBA Health Update – Round 4

Player Injury Expected Return 
Patrick Dangerfield Hamstring 1 Week
Gary Rohan Back 1-3 Weeks
Joe Furphy Ankle 3 Weeks
Mitch Edwards Back 4 Weeks
Cam Guthrie Quad 3-5 Weeks