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O'Leary glad to be back.

RYAN O'LEARY took a huge step on the road to recovery from cruciate-ligament damage when he began running for the first time in three months.

The Kilmarnock defender made the trip to Core Fitness, based in Hamilton Accies' New Douglas Park, for a session on a space age antigravity treadmill.

O'Leary ran in the latest stage in his rehab under the watchful eye of club physio Alex MacQueen and said: "The anti-gravity treadmill is quite strange to get used to but once you get going it's fine.

"Just to be back running is a big step. My knee reacted very well to the operation and I can only put that down to Alex's advice and help."
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Nov 30, 2011
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