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Rabbitohs High Performance Manager Troy Thomson updates us on the casualty ward at the Rabbitohs in this week's High Performance Update.

Jason Clark made a successful return to first grade against the Dragons, with Thomson pleased with the young forward's progress.

"Clarky was really good for us coming back into the team," said Thomson.

"He did his job well - he covered about two and half to three kilometres during the game. He's pulled up a little bit sore which is to be expected just for his second game back, but we'll manage him through the week and he'll be right to go next week."

Thomson also updates us on the progress of injured trio; Issac Luke, Tom Burgess, Issac Luke.

"We're really happy with the way they're progressing at the moment," said Thomson.

"Issac's been through this sort of thing before so he knows exactly what to do, and Lukey Keary is doing some kicking and really low-level passing - doing a little bit of work in the gym as well - so he's coming along niceely. Tom is still a week to week proposition and hopefully we can get him back up running relatively soon." 

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