TWO Wimmera Football League clubs have ruled out any malice behind an incident which left a teenage footballer with an injured spleen.
Dimboola’s Jayden Kuhne split his spleen into three pieces after colliding with another player during the first quarter of an under-17 game against Nhill on Saturday.
Nhill and District Sporting Club president Jim White said both clubs investigated the incident and found it was caused by ‘two players crashing into each other as they attacked the ball’.
Kuhne, who recently trained for a spot in Vic Country’s under-15 football team, is recovering in Wimmera Base Hospital in Horsham.
His father Lyndon Kuhne said doctors decided not to remove the spleen in the hope the organ would repair itself.
“Hopefully after four months his spleen will recover and Jayden will be back to playing contact sport.”
Mr Kuhne said his son had dreams of playing AFL football.
“He’s hard at the ball and an injury such as this will not change his attitude,” he said.
Mr Kuhne said Dimboola Football and Netball Club had showed tremendous support for Jayden since the injury.
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