Infotainment Factory: Kangaroos players erupt after magical Daw return

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Thursday, 14 March 2019

Kangaroos players erupt after magical Daw return


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Injured North Melbourne star Majak Daw has made an inspirational step in his recovery from a hip injury.

Daw was severely injured after falling off the Bolte Bridge late last year, but made his first steps running on a treadmill in North Melbourne's training facility, leaving his teammates in awe.

As the 28-year-old made his first steps, the playing group erupted in cheers in what was arguably the moment of the young AFL season so far.

Daw's progress was also praised by several AFL stars including Demons ruckman Max Gawn, while NBA star Luol Deng also left the Kangaroos defender an inspirational message.

"My friend this is amazing," Deng wrote.

Majak Daw

"You come from a very special place. Your strength is beyond imagination and many will not understand.

"Your people are with you and believe in you. The love we have for you comes from the heart, we are very proud of you, and we tell great stories about you to our youth now and forever."

Fellow AFL stars Shaun Burgoyne and Collingwood's Jack Crisp also sent their well-wishes towards the Kangaroos star.

AFL reporter Mark Robinson said on AFL 360 that Daw hoped to be back on an AFL field by June, but the Kangaroos are likely to proceed with caution given the severity of Daw's injury.

Injured North Melbourne star Majak Daw has made an inspirational step in his recovery from a hip injury.

Daw was severely injured after falling off the Bolte Bridge late last year, but made his first steps running on a treadmill in North Melbourne's training facility, leaving his teammates in awe.

As the 28-year-old made his first steps, the playing group erupted in cheers in what was arguably the moment of the young AFL season so far.

Daw's progress was also praised by several AFL stars including Demons ruckman Max Gawn, while NBA star Luol Deng also left the Kangaroos defender an inspirational message.

"My friend this is amazing," Deng wrote.

Majak Daw

"You come from a very special place. Your strength is beyond imagination and many will not understand.

"Your people are with you and believe in you. The love we have for you comes from the heart, we are very proud of you, and we tell great stories about you to our youth now and forever."

Fellow AFL stars Shaun Burgoyne and Collingwood's Jack Crisp also sent their well-wishes towards the Kangaroos star.

AFL reporter Mark Robinson said on AFL 360 that Daw hoped to be back on an AFL field by June, but the Kangaroos are likely to proceed with caution given the severity of Daw's injury.

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