Leeton-Whitton coach Daniel Muir may have played his one and only game for the season.
The Crows key forward will visit a specialist in Wagga on Wednesday but the early prognosis is that his season may be over after one round.
Muir dislocated his shoulder in the opening minutes of Saturday's 90-point loss to Wagga Tigers at Leeton Showground.
Scans revealed a fracture and he will find out this week whether it requires surgery.
"I'd say I'm looking at 12 weeks or I dare say, season, if it's true what they're saying," Muir said.
"I'll have to wait and see. It's not a great start to my coaching career."
Muir's injury was the first of many for Leeton-Whitton on Saturday, who were forced to play two short for a period in the third quarter.
Key defender Tom Meline injured his hamstring, Bryce O'Garey hurt his sternum and full-forward Grant Commins rolled his ankle.
Crows youngster Koby Shaw came off after a head knock, while former coach Jade Hodge was forced to stay on the ground with a hamstring strain.
"It was like Armageddon there for a while," Muir said.
"We had 16 on the ground for 15 minutes in the third quarter and played with 17 for pretty much the whole last quarter.
"I'm not making excuses though, we were outclassed in every aspect of the game. Full credit to Wagga, they were like a well-oiled machine."
The Crows, like most of the competition, have the Easter weekend off and then will take on Narrandera the following week.
Muir won't face the Eagles, while Meline and Hodge will be in some doubt. Mason Dryburgh will return, while Tom Van Buuren, Hayden Mahalm and Mitch Seymour could also come in.
Muir must now get his head around the prospect of being a non-playing coach.
"It was frustrating on Saturday that I couldn't be out there and contribute," he said.
"My position in the team being a key forward is a key post too so we're going to have to rejig our forward line a bit.
"We just have to regroup now. We know internally where we're at, inside our four walls. We'll regroup as a group and a club, stay positive and keep doing the basics."