Royals premiership star and last year’s Alan Barnett medallist Jordan Heil remains in doubt for the rest of the Great Southern Football League season with a serious wrist injury. Heil, pictured, has a scaphoid fracture of his wrist, which has kept him on the sidelines since round four. The Lions star started the season in red-hot form on the back of his grand final heroics last year but the injury could mean he misses the rest of the 2020 campaign. Lions coach Andrew Ruck confirmed this week Heil’s inclusion remained doubtful with only five weeks left in the season. “I would say he is a 50-50 chance to play this season,” Ruck said. “I think it was a part-break and they had to pin it. “It doesn’t get much blood supply so we are hopeful that maybe he will be back for finals.” However, in positive news for the Lions they are set to regain premiership player Corey Ward. Ward is living in Perth but is likely to play from this Saturday. The Lions have a host senior players to return to their league side, including Dave Parker, Stephen Beal, Michael McGlade, Coel Hunter and Joel Flick in their quest for consecutive flags. Despite not playing a game this season Taylor Powell could be a surprise inclusion for the Lions this week while former Narrogin Hawks player Adrian Cinanni is set to play his first game against Albany. North Albany will travel to McLean Park with their match against Denmark-Walpole on Saturday carrying serious top four ramifications. Railways will be desperate to get back on the winners’ list and keep in touch with either the Kangas or Magpies when they host Mt Barker in the sole Sunday fixture.