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Rabbitohs High Performance Manager, Troy Thomson updates us on the casulaty ward in Grand Final week ahead of this Sunday's decider against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.

Kyle Turner received a head knock early in the match, with Thomson citing that all the Club conducted all necessary concussion tests, with the young gun set to play this Sunday.

“Kyle just got a knock there in one of the tackles early in the piece,” said Thomson.

“Again, with the concussion rules in place we had to get him off – he was a little bit dazed – he’ll be right to go for Sunday.”

George Burgess was just one among many Rabbitohs requiring ice following last Friday’s match, with Thomson adding that the prop was sent for scans over the weekend.

“George in particular was quite sore and just again precautionary – we sent him off to get some scans to look at all those internal organs,” said Thomson.

“With that long turn-around from Monday into Sunday, he’ll definitely be right to go.

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