Casualty Ward: Jasper Pittard in doubt for Round 1 after injuring his hamstring against Richmond

JASPER Pittard is in doubt for Port Adelaide’s season opener, after injuring his hamstring in Port Adelaide’s loss to Richmond on Sunday.

Pittard, 25, limped off the ground at Malseed Park in the second term after pulling up short while rebounding from Port’s defence.

He was never sighted thereafter.

Pittard will have scans on Monday to determine the length of his stint on the sidelines, with the Power anticipating he could miss as much as a month of footy.

Ken Hinkley must now turn to veteran Matthew Broadbent — who has had a limited preseason because of his own hamstring injury — for the club’s first round match against Sydney at the SCG.

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