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

Thommo gives a half-yearly wrap-up on the progress of the Rabbitohs, starting with the Club's Queensland Origin contingent.

"We were fortunate enough to pull up without many injuries," said Thomson.

"GI (Greg Inglis) was able to pull up really well from that game there in Perth where he wasn't able to finish - Mal (Meninga) looked after him really well in (Queensland) camp.

"Obviously, as everyone saw, he got through the game well and he's pulled up well and he trained really well with us yesterday."

Thomson also updates us on the progress of Dylan Walker, who sustained a thumb injury that required surgery coming out of the round 13 match against the Warriors in Perth.

"He'll re-join the group next week and start being re-integrated back into the training," said Thomson.

"Hopefully we'll look into getting him playing in the next week or two."

Thommo also updates us on the progress of George Burgess, Beau Champion, Luke Keary, Bryson Goodwin, Joel Reddy, Kirisome Auva'a and Aaron Gray in his half-yearly wrap-up.

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