Western Bulldogs forward Isabel Huntington will miss the remainder of the season after scans confirmed a ruptured ACL.
Huntington injured her right knee in the second quarter of Sunday’s win over the Brisbane Lions.
It is the second time the 18-year-old has suffered an ACL injury.
Bulldogs Head Coach Paul Groves said they will fully support Huntington in her recovery.
“Everyone at the club is really hurting for Izzy,” Groves said.
"We saw on Sunday just how talented a player she is, kicking two goals in as many minutes, and we were all shattered to see her go down injured.
“We will fully support Izzy during this difficult time and look forward to seeing her back out there as soon as possible.”
Huntington is the second player of the round to have suffered an ACL injury after Carlton confirmed Bri Davey will also miss the season with an ACL rupture.