ANTHONY Morabito's rotten run of setbacks continues after being ruled out of the next two WAFL matches with an ankle injury.

The Fremantle midfielder has already suffered two hamstring injuries this year. He suffered a serious hamstring tear in February after completing a full pre-season up until that point.  

He returned to play four matches in the WAFL before suffering a low-grade hamstring strain in May while playing for Peel Thunder. 

Morabito recovered to play in rounds 11 and 12, gathering 21 and 15 disposals in each of those games, but has since hurt his ankle and will miss the next two weeks.

The 24-year-old missed all of last year due to ongoing soreness in his left knee that has been reconstructed three times.

He has not played AFL football since 2014 when he played three games for the Dockers, three years after the first of his three anterior cruciate ligament injuries. 

In better news for the Dockers, mature-age recruit Shane Yarran has shaken a calf problem and is set to play his second WAFL game this season.

Yarran was the leading goalkicker in the WAFL last season before he was drafted to the Dockers with pick No.61 in the NAB AFL Draft. He was unable to play this season until round seven due to a knee injury.

He kicked three goals in his first game for Peel but injured his calf and has missed the last five weeks.