Bishop, Huws and Rowe return after lengthy absence but long way to go yet
Teddy Bishop, Emyr Huws and Danny Rowe returned to action for the first time after injury in a behind closed doors friendly against Cambridge this afternoon.
Emyr, who played the first 45 minutes, missed virtually all of last season with an achilles injury and then a knee problem that eventually resulted in surgery.
Teddy played an hour in what was his first run-out since rupturing a hamstring against QPR in December.
The Academy graduate has been hindered by a series of injuries over the last three years and made four appearances last term.
Danny also played 60 minutes in the win for Blues. The wideman damaged ankle ligaments at the back end of last season that curtailed his loan spell at Lincoln early.
“It’s good to see them out on the grass but it’s just the first step. They are a long way from being fit for first-team contention,” Town boss Paul Hurst told the Club website.