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Back from the U.S after attending a leadership course at Harvard University, Ross Lyon oversaw his first training session since the full group returned to the club.
Lyon was jovial as he welcomed the club's new draftees, sharing brief chats with Brennan Cox and Sean Darcy before getting down to business.
After stretching and warm-up, the group went through some transition drills before the forwards, backs and midfielders split into their specific zones.
As the rain cleared, the players underwent game simulations in four to five-minute blocks. Connor Blakely impressed in the middle, working well in tandem with Nat Fyfe while Michael Walters was very vocal in encouraging his teammates throughout the session.
The players weren't done, changing into their runners for more running drills to wrap up the session before heading into recovery.
Ross Lyon and Michael Walters in discussion
Sandilands wins the tap in the game simulation
Connor Blakely hitting his target
Ed Langdon finds some free space
Michael Walters takes a breather during a break in the game simulation
Nat Fyfe breaks a tackle
Sam Collins and Joel Hamling have a laugh after they change out of their yellow vests
Ed Langdon clearly pleased with the game simulation
Darcy Tucker Matt Taberner lead the group in the running drills
Tommy Sheridan keeps his fluids up
Darcy Tucker earns a low five from Harley Balic after a solid running session