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Injury Report: Round 16

All the key information from Melbourne Storm Physio Liam Robinson’s update on the Club’s Injury list heading into Round 16. 

Ryan Papenhuyzen (ankle), Will Warbrick (hip flexor) and Reimis Smith (concussion) will all be available for a spot in the starting squad come Friday night, with the backline trio all available to return from their respective injuries. 

“Pap’s has gone really well, he’s been back into training last week and he's been completing his rehab without any dramas," Robinson said.

"He integrated into full training this week and is available for selection for the coming weekend.” 

“Will sustained a hip flexor strain which he's come through pretty well over the last couple of weeks but was probably just a bit short last week in terms of the work we wanted to see him do.

"He's got through that over the weekend and he'll train this week and be available for selection.” 

“As for Reimis he passed through the HIA protocols and did some work with the doctors over the weekend and he's coming through those stages without any issues so he trains this week and will be available for selection also.”

Injury Report: Round 16

Two players that will continue to work in rehab as they eye off a return to the field is Cameron Munster (groin) and Alec MacDonald (ankle) who both are progressing well in their rehab 

“Munster’s been pretty diligent with his rehab over the last couple of weeks and that's seen him transition out into the field now where he's doing a bit of running.

"He'll just keep coming through the right progressions there and we hope to see him sooner rather than later but just got a little bit of work to do on the field." 

“Alec sustained an ankle injury a couple weeks ago and it's probably just taking a little bit longer to get him into the spot that he needs to be and due to that we've decided to keep him in rehab to put him in the best position in a few weeks when he’s back. 

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