Launceston tough nut Mia King is expected to be fit for North Melbourne's upcoming AFLW preliminary final after a bruising semi-final win over Collingwood on Saturday.
One of nine Tasmanians on the Kangaroos' list, King was taken to the changerooms in the second quarter after sustaining a knock to the knee.
The 18-year-old collected just six touches in the two-point victory, but will be available for the Roos' next match, according to coach Scott Gowans.
"She's fine, no problems at all," Gowans said after the game.
"She's a tough little thing but she's 100 per cent fine, just got a knock.
"We didn't get any injuries out of the game."
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Having collected their first finals win on Saturday, the Roos will meet the winner of Sunday's semi-final between Carlton and Brisbane.
However, the exact date of their preliminary final remains an unknown as the AFL seeks to complete the final few matches before a seemingly inevitable coronavirus lockdown.
"These times are really tough for everybody," Gowans said.
"I just think the AFL are doing the best they possibly can in a really difficult situation.
"It's frustrating from an admin point of view for everyone, but we're all in the same boat.
"We look at it as an opportunity, we took the opportunity today and if it's Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, whatever it might be, next week, you just take it moment by moment.
"It's one of those situations you've just got to see what happens and be guided by the people in the right places with it."
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