COLLINGWOOD remains hopeful star midfielder Adam Treloar will be available for round two after straining his calf this week.
The gun ball-winner experienced tightness in his first session back at the club on Monday as the competition returned to training in small groups.
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Treloar, who missed round one after suffering a hamstring injury during the Marsh Community Series, is set to have his training schedule scaled back.
"Adam was feeling tight and came from the track as a precaution. A scan has confirmed a minor strain that will see Adam's training loads wound back for a week or two," said Collingwood football boss Geoff Walsh.
It is a setback for the 27-year-old, who led the AFL for disposals last season, with the club hosing down speculation he had re-injured his hamstring during the isolation period.
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Collingwood has been tipped to take on Richmond in the first game back when football returns on June 11, with the fixture for the next four-to-six weeks set to be released in coming days.