Logue went down in the first half of Sunday’s 62-point loss to Geelong and helped himself off the floor, with a scan afterwards revealing the extent of the damage.
The season-ending injury prompted North Melbourne’s general manager of football, Todd Viney, to praise Logue’s performance in the game.
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“How he did it is expert testimony,” Viney said.
“Despite knowing that his injury was serious, Griff continued to support his teammates throughout the game yesterday.
“We understand that Griff has suffered a serious knee injury and unfortunately, scans today have confirmed that his left knee has an ACL tear.”
The team also reiterated their support for the defender, saying there is support available as he begins his rehabilitation journey.
“Everybody on the team will be there to support him as he begins the initial steps to rehab,” Viney said.
The 25-year-old, who arrived at Arden Street from Fremantle through the 2022 trade period for a lucrative fee, has been a key contributor to the Kangaroos’ backline, playing 15 of a possible 16 games in 2023.
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