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Monday, 8 April 2019

Majak Daw cheered on return to training


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Majak Daw has admitted that he struggled to sleep prior to making his return to the training track on Monday for the Kangaroos.

Daw has been sidelined with hip and pelvis injuries since falling off the Bolte Bridge in December, but has made significant progress and expressed his excitement at being able to run out on the track for the first time in four months.

"It's pretty exciting, not going to lie," Daw told North Melbourne's club website.

"I've been waiting for so long. (I) couldn't sleep last night because of this."

Majak Daw

Daw was cheered on by the rest of his teammates as he made his way around the ground, but club physiotherapist Matthew Turnbull said that there was still a long process ahead for the 28-year-old before he plays in another AFL game.

"It exceeded all expectations and we're extremely happy with what he's been able to achieve in this time," Turnbull told the club website.

"But we also acknowledge that he's got a lot more steps in this rehab process to still get through before he plays."

According to Turnbull, Daw will continue his running for the next fortnight, with a "one day on, two days off" approach before moving to football specific activities.

Majak Daw has admitted that he struggled to sleep prior to making his return to the training track on Monday for the Kangaroos.

Daw has been sidelined with hip and pelvis injuries since falling off the Bolte Bridge in December, but has made significant progress and expressed his excitement at being able to run out on the track for the first time in four months.

"It's pretty exciting, not going to lie," Daw told North Melbourne's club website.

"I've been waiting for so long. (I) couldn't sleep last night because of this."

Majak Daw

Daw was cheered on by the rest of his teammates as he made his way around the ground, but club physiotherapist Matthew Turnbull said that there was still a long process ahead for the 28-year-old before he plays in another AFL game.

"It exceeded all expectations and we're extremely happy with what he's been able to achieve in this time," Turnbull told the club website.

"But we also acknowledge that he's got a lot more steps in this rehab process to still get through before he plays."

According to Turnbull, Daw will continue his running for the next fortnight, with a "one day on, two days off" approach before moving to football specific activities.

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