Countdown on as Glenn Stewart resumes running by: Christian Nicolussi From: The Daily Telegraph June 28, 2012 1:36PM GLENN Stewart completed light running for the first time this morning in a bid to prove his fitness for next Wednesday's Origin III against Queensland. Stewart broke down with a knee injury last week and was set to be sidelined for up to a month. But the Manly back-rower is determined to make a miraculous return to be part of the representative blockbuster at Suncorp Stadium. Stewart was restricted to walking around WIN Jubilee Oval at Kogarah as his teammates trained. He later took to the exercise bike before he completed a series of spring drills down the eastern sideline. Coach Ricky Stuart will have a clearer idea about Stewart's fitness by this afternoon, with Dragons back-rower Beau Scott tipped to be his replacement should he not recover. Teammate Luke Lewis said of Stewart: "He's been working really hard, doing all his physio and being a real professional and doing everything he can to be right. We're all really hopeful that he will be able to do full training by Friday and by Sunday he can be in camp with us in Brisbane. "He's been doing a lot of little extras while we've not been training to get it right and that's been outstanding. He's giving himself every chance."