The Herald Sun reports that Daw is currently in hospital.
The 27-year-old has reportedly suffered a broken hip.
It is believed his injuries are not life-threatening.
Many from the sporting community have reached out, sending their thoughts to the talented player.
On Tuesday, North Melbourne released a statement:
“The North Melbourne Football Club can confirm Majak Daw is recovering in hospital after an incident last night,” the statement read.
“At this stage the full extent of his injuries are unknown, however he is in a stable condition.
“The club is providing full support to Majak and his family and will give a further update when it is in a position to do so.
“We understand the level of interest but ask the privacy of the player, his family, teammates and staff at the club be respected at this sensitive time.”
Daw moved to Australia from Sudan in 2003. He is the first Sudanese-born AFL footballer.
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