Jones’ season over

Setbacks have muddied Jordan Jones’ season. Picture: Dan White
Setbacks have muddied Jordan Jones’ season. Picture: Dan White

WEST Perth defender Jordan Jones has been ruled out for the remainder of the WAFL season after a hamstring injury at training.

Falcons coach Bill Monaghan said the premiership player had a small tear in his hamstring tendon.

�He pulled up sore after a couple of training sessions he was doing last week so we sent him off for a scan,� he said.

�Whilst the tear in his tendon is not huge, it does require surgery or three-to-six months rest so either way we�ll miss him.

�He goes off for surgery and his year�s done and dusted.�

It is believed to be the same hamstring he injured at the beginning of the season.

It has been a troublesome year for the 24-year-old, who had recovered from his initial leg injury in May only to discover he had broken a finger in a much-publicised fight with Subiaco players at the Hip-E Club in March.

He was set to return from that injury this month before his latest concern.

The 2013 premiership player�s season ends having played only the first round of the competition.