The under-17 match between Swifts and Kalkee on Saturday was announced over mid-way through the third quarter.
Two players clashed heads - resulting in the Ambulance needed to be called.
Swifts president Steve Hoffmann said player safety was the number one priority.
"The trainers decided it was not safe to move the Kalkee player and called for the Ambulance to attend," he said.
"The game was called off and Kalkee was awarded the match.
"In the end the result doesn't matter - player safety is the most important thing and we hope the player is ok. Our thoughts are with him, his family and team mates."
Final score was 4.4 (28) to 6.6 (42).
The Baggies reserves footballers continued their perfect season with an 11 point win over Kalkee.
Under-14 footballers were too good for Kalkee in the first football match of the day, winning 9.8 (62) to 2.1 (13)
It was a disappointing day for the Baggies on the netball court - no team registered a win in the round five match up.
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