Source: ESPN News article Free advertisement Rockhamton coach James Hird said the 24-year-old’s form has been good.
“I thought Jarryde did a good job at training and I thought he had a good game against Adelaide,” Hird told AFL.com.au.
“He’s been playing really well and he’s been working really hard in training.”
The good thing about him is he’s not the most physical player but he’s got that great instinct and it’s been a really good learning process.
“Hird said Hayne had played well in pre-season and would be a good addition to the side.”
We’ll just keep working and hopefully we can get him in the side tomorrow,” Hirst said.”
Hopefully he’ll get into the team and hopefully he’ll come back stronger than when he was here.
“It was a great experience for him and he enjoyed the experience.”
Hidney’s career has taken off with a series of injuries.
He made his AFL debut in 2014 and spent most of last year in the WAFL with the North Melbourne Giants.
He is a two-time Brownlow medallist and was named the West Coast Eagles’ Rookie of the Year in 2016.