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Rabbitohs Physiotherapist, Eddie Farah, updates us on the casualty ward at the Rabbitohs in this week’s Alcatel OneTouch High Performance Update.

Farah gives updates on Chris McQueen, Dylan Walker, George Burgess, Kirisome Auva’a and Joel Reddy this week, with all in varying stages of rehabilitation.

McQueen limped from the field during the Rabbitohs last match against the Cowboys, with Farah citing that the Origin back-rower continues to have scans.

“He’s a bit sore at the moment,” said Farah.

“He had his ankle twisted awkwardly – he’s just going through the process now, getting scans and seeing some specialists.

“We’re just sorting through all that at the moment and hopefully it’s good news and we have him back in a few weeks-time.”

Dylan Walker had surgery on his hand following South Sydney’s courageous win over the Warriors in round 13, with Farah pleased with the centre’s progress.

“He’s on the mend,” said Farah.

“He’s come out of the cast this week and starting to get a little bit of movement in there. So we’ll just keep increasing his activity and getting him in the gym doing some weights and what not. We’ll keep building him up and hopefully get him back in the next couple of weeks.”

The Rabbitohs physiotherapist also gives updates on the progress of George Burgess Kirisome Auva’a and Joel Reddy.

To find out more, please press play on the video player to get all the latest High Performance news.

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