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Rabbitohs Physiotherapist Eddie Farah updates us on the casualty ward at the Rabbitohs in the latest High Performance Update.

Farah was pleased to inform that the Rabbitohs all pulled up fine following Monday's victory against the Sharks.

"It's always nice to have a win and then have the boys pull up fine the next day as well," enthused Eddie.

"Always a couple of bumps and bruises, but the boys will be right to rip in again next week."

After a week of speculation surrounding Issac Luke's potential inclusion in the Rabbitohs line-up to take on the Sharks, the Kiwi international did not take the field.

"He was very close to playing this week," said Farah.

"But he wasn't quite right and we thought it was a bit too early to risk him in the season. But he's going very well - he'll have a full week of training this week and if he gets through that fine, he could be available to play the Dragons."

Farah also updates us on the positive progress of Luke Keary and under 20's centre Aaron Gray.

To watch the full update, please press play on the video player.

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