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Adelaide Crows Rory Sloane season over after tearing ACL against Richmond Tigers

Adelaide captain Rory Sloane will miss the rest of the AFL season after scans confirmed he has ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.

Sloane was hurt during the final quarter of the Crows’ 19-point win over Richmond on Saturday night and had to be helped off the field by medicos before being substituted out of the game.

The 32-year-old will have reconstructive surgery in the coming week in a significant blow for Adelaide as they chase a surprise finals berth.

But the experienced midfielder is adamant the injury will not be the end of his decorated career.

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