2017 Long Term Injuries List & Promoted Rookie List
*You may place a player on an AXV Long Term Injury List if the player:
a) Is placed on an AFL LTI
b) Has their injury listed as 8 weeks or more on their AFL Club's Official Injury List, at the time of moving them onto the list
c) Is sacked mid-season by their AFL Club
d) Retires with immediate effect from their AFL Club
*When you place a player on your AXV LTI, you may promote a player on your rookie list until they are back. This allows you to play the rookie listed player in your starting squad.
*AXV Rookies are not eligible to play seniors unless they have been upgraded by their AXV Club
*The rookie upgraded for any player cannot be changed unless/when that player comes off the LTI
*As soon as a player comes off their AFL Club's injury list (if the situation involved an injured player) they come off their AXV Club's LTI, and the promoted player return to the rookie list
*NOTE: Last season's long term-injury list is now redundant. If you had a player on last season's long term injury list and they are still eligible to be on it, you will need to place them on the list again in this thread.