Roosters stars putting in hard yards doing extra sprint work ahead of return to pre-season training

Roosters stars putting in hard yards doing extra sprint work ahead of return to pre-season training

Shaun Kenny-Dowall seemed to spend most of last year going backwards.

A lacerated kidney, back fracture and groin complaint restricted his availability for the struggling Roosters, who are an infinitely more potent proposition when their Kiwi strike weapon is fit and firing.

Now that he has almost regained peak condition after off-season surgery, Kenny-Dowall is loathe to miss a beat as the Roosters prepare for redemption under new coach Trent Robinson.

That’s why he and teammates Mitchell Pearce, Aiden Guerra and Tom Symonds spent the first half of New Year’s Eve working their legs instead of elbows yesterday.

Under the command of sprint coach Roger Fabri, the foursome were run ragged through a sharp series of footwork and sprint drills designed to ignite the strength they have accumulated in eastern suburbs gyms over the past three months.

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Originally Posted December 31, 2012
Daily Telegraph

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