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.
“The tear in his tendon 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.