KEY DEFENDER Steven May is set to miss two to four weeks of footy after a nasty incident with Tom Hawkins on Sunday afternoon.

Scans have confirmed that the accidental elbow, which sent May straight to hospital, resulted in a fractured right eye socket, as well as a second concussion in five weeks.

May was discharged from hospital on Sunday night and will now undergo the return to play concussion protocols, while also beginning his rehab.

The club will continue to monitor the 29-year-old’s progress in the coming weeks, with his return date to be dependent on how the swelling settles.

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RD 4 | Simon Goodwin post-match

Simon Goodwin speaks to the media after another great win over Geelong at the MCG.

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