We take a look at what the Team Emageo Athletes have been up to on the social media front over the last week.
Get ready folks, Dorff is almost ready to return!
After 7 months of painstaking rehabilitation from a stress fracture in his back, Jason Behrendorff has been named in WA’s squad for the Matador Cup, with their first match on October 5.
WA's 14-man squad for the #MatadorCup defence has been named, with a surprise name in there: http://t.co/kYWjdLqpxi pic.twitter.com/FZypduc5IF
— WACA (@WACA_Cricket) September 22, 2015
As we’ve featured in the past few months, the big fella has tried some “unique” forms of rehab.
When he wasn’t checking out fashion festivals, circuses or multiple new eateries around town, he was trying his hand at gymnastics.
Remember this video?
However one thing we are pretty sure he hasn’t tried, is pushups …
But in all seriousness we are over the moon for the great man.
Let’s hope he can produce an even better year and push for that baggy green.
He’s set to be joined by Will Bosisto who was also named in the Warriors Squad this week.
The young man celebrated by joining the world of Twitter.
Make sure you give him a follow and check out his work throughout the year.
Even if you don’t like the Eagles, I’m sure he’ll still love the support.
He’s one prodigious talent and has a big chance to sew up a permanent spot in WA’s middle order.
Across in Melbourne, Lisa Weightman made her return to action for the first time since becoming a Mum.
It might have just been a club relay but it’s another step towards Rio.
First race back in a very long time! 12:27 for the tan, surprised myself! #GreatGirls #ScaryButFun @MUAthleticsClub pic.twitter.com/A22CIgmRTC
— Lisa Jane Weightman (@LisaWeightman) September 19, 2015
Be careful not to over do it Lisa
Annoyed that all I can do is jog this week after an enjoyable relay leg. #Sniffles #Sneezes #Recovering
— Lisa Jane Weightman (@LisaWeightman) September 22, 2015
While Casey Dellacqua retuned home after a long US Open campaign and was greeted by the bluest eyes in the business.
Little Blake continuing his love with the Hayne Plane.
The Aussie Davis Cup boys couldn’t get it done.
With Lleyton hanging up the racquet Matty Ebden could be a chance to make next year’s team.
Good luck Team #Australia!! @DavisCup semi final v GB coming up today. Let's go! @TennisAustralia #DavisCup pic.twitter.com/LD3keuYe7s
— Matt Ebden (@mattebden) September 18, 2015
All the best for the weekend ahead guys 🇦🇺🎾 @lleytonhewitt @SamGrothTennis @TKokkinakis & Bernie 💪 #DavisCup #BeatTheBrits #GoAussies #cmon
— Casey Dellacqua OLY (@caseydellacqua) September 17, 2015
And finally with most of our crew back on home soil, Rhys Mainstone takes out this week’s edition of “where you’d rather be”