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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.

The Rabbitohs' representative contingent - Dylan Walker, Adam Reynolds, Greg Inglis, Lote Tuqiri and Aaron Gray -  got through the rep week unscathed according to Thomson.

"Great for those guys to be involved in the rep scene," said Thomson.

"They had a really good week from all reports and had a really good game and came through unscathed.

"We got them back and did a little bit of recovery and gave them a day off yesterday (Monday), so they'll back training for the rest of the week with us."

The news isn't as good for Beau Champion though, who recently had surgery on his wrist - an injury that Thomson says will keep the Rabbitohs centre out of action until the back-end of the season.

"Unfortunately Champ hurt his wrist earlier in the season," said Thomson.

"We tried to manage that conservatively and push him out there. He was able to play a few games for the Bears, but that got progressively worse.

"We did some investigation and found that he had a fairly significant injury to one of the important ligaments in his wrist."

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