The former Cork star has posted a picture on her twitter to show that she is fit and well and counting her blessings and looking to get back up on that horse and back on the pitch asap. She also thanks all the staff in Adelaide. See her tweet below;
Devastated but counting my blessings. Looking forward to rehab once cleared to do so. For now, hup the drugs 🙌 Thanks for all the lovely messages, to all involved with @GWSGIANTS, to the exemplary healthcare staff in Adelaide & to a little man whose hugs make everything better🧡 pic.twitter.com/E5AFQm2mbw
— Bríd Stack (@BridStackie) January 20, 2021
Brid Stack was involved in an awful injury last week in where it was a head clash while playing for her new club GWS GIANTS. Ebony Marinoff was handed a three-match ban by the AFL tribunal for the front-on contact on Stack late in Sunday’s practice match against the Greater Western Sydney Giants
Ebony Marinoff has been found guilty of engaging in forceful front-on contact at the AFL Tribunal tonight and has been suspended for three matches. Below is the incident in question, more to come #weflyasone #crowsaflw pic.twitter.com/3FDLg1kXmQ
— Adelaide Crows AFLW (@CrowsAFLW) January 19, 2021
The former Cork star has won multiple All-Ireland’s with her native county Cork, she was apart of that great era of Cork ladies football having won eight All-Ireland in ten years. Incredible achievement. Brid Stack is now living her life ‘down under and playing Aussie Rules and we wish her all the best in her recovery.