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Fermor given green light for full return after knee injury

Titans forward Beau Fermor has passed the final hurdle in his return from a knee injury, cleared to return to full contact training in preparation for the 2024 season.

Ten months after devastatingly rupturing his ACL on the eve of Round 1, the 25-year-old participated in his first full contact session at Gold Coast training on Thursday after going through the final checks at the start of the week in order to get the thumbs up.

"I went down to Sydney on Monday and had Pitch Ready testing down there to get the all clear. It's now just about building my minutes back up and it was my first time in a game-like situation on Thursday," Fermor said.

"It was like my debut all over again... I was a bit excited and also a bit rusty, but I've got plenty of time to get the reps in and be ready for Round 1."

"It was good fun and great to be back out there and I can't wait to be out there more."

Fellow Titans forward Ben Liyou has also been given the green light to return to full contact and joined Fermor in Thursday's session for the first time since he ruptured his ACL in early February.

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