DARTMOOR'S Jeremy Cameron will have to wait another week to earn life membership to the AFL's youngest club.
The 26-year-old, who was expected to play his 150th game for Greater Western Sydney in Sunday's clash against the Western Bulldogs, suffered a minor hamstring injury against Hawthorn last Friday.
Cameron is one of two outs for the Giants with retiring midfielder Brett Deledio (calf) unable to get up for the match against the 10th-placed Bulldogs, who are vying for a spot in the finals.
Josh Kelly, Matt de Boer, Harry Himmelberg, Isaac Cumming, Zach Sproule, who could make his debut, and Aidan Corr are all possible inclusions for Sunday's match at Giants Stadium.
The spearhead is currently leading the Coleman Medal with 58 goals. North Melbourne big man Ben Brown and Geelong key forward Tom Hawkins are six behind.
GWS coach Leon Cameron, who is also a south-west export, said the injury was relatively minor.
"The scans barely showed anything. They (medical staff) are probably undecided about whether it's just a cork or something very, very minor," he said on Tuesday.
The Giants currently have one hand on a finals berth in sixth place with two games of the season to play.
Cameron, who was drafted at the age of 17 as an underage recruit, is highly likely to return against Gold Coast when the Giants travel to Metricon Stadium.
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