After announcing himself as one of the competition’s most exciting key forwards in 2017, Peter Wright was hampered by a persistent calf issue which slowed his start to the 2018 season. He played his first match of the season in the NEAFL in early May before earning a call up to the seniors for Round 14. He played just seven games and kicked five goals before his season ended prematurely, sustaining a high-level medial ligament injury to his knee in Round 20.
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