Limping Caddy adds to Tigers' selection woes

Josh Caddy of the Tigers.
Josh Caddy of the Tigers. JULIAN SMITH

RICHMOND could be forced into a sixth change for its clash with Greater Western Sydney on Saturday evening, with Josh Caddy believed to have pulled up sore after training.

Caddy limped from the field after the club's Thursday session and will have his fitness monitored before the side's trip to Spotless Stadium.

The Tigers had made five changes for the trip interstate, with youngster Shai Bolton set to make his senior debut in the clash.

Taken with pick 29 in last year's draft, Bolton joins Dion Prestia, Sam Lloyd, Ivan Soldo and Connor Menadue coming into the team. Soldo returns, having made his debut against the Western Bulldogs a fortnight ago.

Dan Butler misses due to a groin injury, while Jake Batchelor, Todd Elton, Corey Ellis and Oleg Markov have been dropped.

GWS will be without Devon Smith due to a knee injury, with Matt de Boer set to make his Giants debut.

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