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Rabbitohs Physiotherapist Eddie Farah updates us on the casualty ward at South Sydney in this week's High Performance Update.

"Unfortunately Dylan Walker had a break in his thumb and is having surgery - he'll be out for a few weeks," said Farah.

"A couple of the other boys, came out of the game with injury - obviously GI's (Greg Inglis') injury's been well publicised. The good news was the scan didn't show any serious damage.

"It (the injury) just stirred up some ligaments in his ankle and a bit of swelling there. That shouldn't take too long to settle down, and he's racing the clock to be fit for Origin."

Farah also updated us on the progress of Alex Johnston, who has missed the Club's last two outings despite being named to play.

"He's had a bit of a low-grade strain in his quad," said Farah.

"He's been very close to playing the last couple of weeks, but unfortunately hasn't quite been right. But he's on the mend now and we're hopeful of him being ready to go this Friday night against the Tigers."


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