Jarrod Berry's finals tilt is back on track after scans cleared him of a serious shoulder injury.
The former Horsham Saint was forced from the field midway through Brisbane's big win against Gold Coast last week, after damaging his shoulder when slung to the ground in a tackle.
Speaking after the game, Lions coach Chris Fagan was concerned he'd lost his midfield jet for the rest of the season.
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The club has since allayed such fears, with scans confirming the 22-year-old will likely return before next month's finals series.
"As a precautionary we finished his game with that sore shoulder," Lions high performance manager Damien Austin said.
"We've had that (shoulder) scanned and he should be good to go for finals."
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Berry missed Brisbane's 32-point win against Sydney on Sunday night, which ensured a top-two spot for the Lions and with it two home finals.
Horsham Demons product Jake Lloyd starred in a losing cause for the Swans, racking up 26 disposals with a team-high 597 metres gained.
Lloyd leads the competition for kicks, with 268, and ranks third for disposals, with 412.
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