Northern Bomber Maggie Cuthbertson has been cleared of serious damage following an incident that brought an end to Sunday's TSLW Northern derby.
The highly-skilled North Launceston midfielder was helped off UTAS Stadium by team-mates and medical staff following an accidental boot to the head in a tackle involving North Melbourne AFLW player Daria Bannister.
Stopping play less than two minutes into the final quarter with Launceston holding a 93-point lead, Cuthbertson's memory of the incident is hazy.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
"I can't remember a whole lot," she said.
"The last thing I remember is being in the ambulance really.
"I believe I got a kick to the head, was out for a bit and had a bit of a seizure episode."
With a competition-wide bye this weekend, Cuthbertson's health will be analysed before a clearance is required for her immediate return as she remains committed to the sport.
"I've got the week off work and just have to get a clearance.
"I'll just have to see how I go from there and see if I'm up for the next game.
"Next week I'll go through a few tests and see how I'm going then."
Upon hearing that the game was called off following the concerning injury, the former premiership Blue was thankful of the support received from both clubs.
"I had no idea [it was called off] until they filled me in. I'm really grateful for all the help I had. It was great support from both teams.
"I think I had a bit of a guard of honour when I was taken off I was told, so that was really nice."
Bannister kicked six goals and Brie Rattray five for the Blues in the 15.9 (99) to 1.0 (6) win with Cuthbertson kicking her side's lone goal in the third quarter.
Do you know a junior sports star who calls Northern Tasmania home? Nominate them today.