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2014 NRL
Telstra Premiership

Round 1 - Thu 6 Mar
Souths 28 v Roosters 8
Match Report
Round 2 Fri 14 Mar
Manly 14 v Souths 12
Match Report
Round 3 - Fri 21 Mar
Tigers 25 v Souths 16
Match Report
Round 4 - Sun 30 Mar
Souths 12 v Raiders 30
Match Report
Round 5 - Sat 5 Apr
Dragons 6 v Souths 26
Match Report

Round 6 - Fri 11 Apr
Panthers 2 v Souths 18
Match Report

Round 7 - Fri 18 Apr
Souths 14 v Bulldogs 15
Match Report
Round 8 - Fri 25 Apr
Broncos v Souths
Suncorp Stadium - 8.00pm
Round 9 - Sat 10 May
Titans v Souths
Robina Stadium - 5.30pm
Round 10 - Fri 16 May
Souths v Storm
ANZ Stadium - 7.40pm
Round 11 - Mon 26 May
Sharks v Souths
Redmonds Stadium - 7.00pm
Round 12 - Mon 2 Jun
Souths v Dragons
ANZ Stadium - 7.00pm
Round 13 - Sat 7 Jun
Souths v Warriors
NIB Stadium - 7.30pm WA
Round 14 - Fri 13 Jun
Souths v Tigers 24
ANZ Stadium - 7.45pm
Round 15 - 23 Jun
BYE v Souths 30
BYE
Round 16 - Sat- 28 Jun
Cowboys v Souths
1300 Smiles Stadium - 7.30pm
Round 17 - Mon 7 Jul
Souths v Titans
ANZ Stadium - 7.00pm
Round 18 - 12 - 15 Jul
Souths v BYE
BYE
Round 19 - Fri 18 Jul
Eels v Souths
Pirtek Stadium - 7.40pm
Round 20 - Mon 28 Jul
Raiders v Souths
GIO Stadium - 7.00pm
Round 21 - Fri - Mon 1-4 Aug
Souths V Knights
Barlow Park Cairns - TBC
Round 22 - Fri-Mon 8-11 Aug
Souths v Manly
SCG - TBC
Round 23 - Fri-Mon 15-18 Aug
Souths v Broncos
ANZ - TBC
Round 24 - Fri-Mon 22-25 Aug
Souths v Cowboys
ANZ - TBC
Round 25 - Fri-Mon 29 Aug - 1 Sept
Bulldogs v Souths
ANZ - TBC
Round 26 - Fri-Mon 5-7 Sep
Roosters v Souths
Allianz Stadium - TBC

First Finals - Fri - Mon 12-15 Sep
Souths 2nd v 3rd -Storm
ANZ Stadium

City v Country Sun 4th May
3.00pm Apex Oval Dubbo
Game 1 SOO - 28th May 2014
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
Q'LD v NSW
Game 2 SOO - 18th Jun 2014
8.00pm ANZ Stadium
NSW v QLD
Game 3 SOO - 9th Jul 2014
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
QLD v NSW
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2014 Round 8
Broncos v Rabbitohs
Suncorp Stadium   -  8.00pm Fri 25th April

Maroons coach Mal Meninga blasts NRL after Luke Keary’s application to play for Queensland is rejected
By: PETER BADE - April 24, 2014 -
MAROONS coach Mal Meninga has again blasted the code’s representative eligibility process after NRL boss Dave Smith officially rejected Luke Keary’s application to play for Queensland.
Keary’s heartfelt bid to one day wear Maroon is over, with NRL officials ending months of debate by telling the South Sydney rookie his future was with the Blues.
The Rabbitohs have gagged Keary from commenting, but Smith’s stance is sure to disappoint the Ipswich-born product, who has no desire to wear the sky blue jumper.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs' exit looms for Ben Te'o after Glenn Stewart's arrival
By: Michael Carayannis - April 22, 2014 - Getty Images
Ben Te’o’s contract agreement with South Sydney has lapsed with the Queensland back-rower increasingly unlikely to remain at the club following the signing of Glenn Stewart on Tuesday.
Stewart will end his 12-year first-grade career with Manly at season’s end after the club were unable to make him an offer because of the salary cap. His move to South Sydney is expected to end Te’o's two-year stint at the club. Te’o is a free agent after he failed to take up an option to fulfil the third year in his contract next year. That option has now lapsed, and South Sydney have started preparing for life without him with the signing of Stewart. Te’o has been linked with a move back to Brisbane as well as French rugby.

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Canterbury Bulldogs snatch one-point win over South Sydney Rabbitohs
By: Michael Carayannis - April 18, 2014 -
The Bulldogs became the first club in history to win three consecutive one-point games after a dramatic come-from-behind 15-14 win over South Sydney on Friday at ANZ Stadium.
After beating the Warriors and the Roosters with field goals in recent weeks, the Bulldogs added South Sydney to that list when Trent Hodkinson kicked a 21 metre one-pointer in the 78th minute to break the deadlock. Hodkinson described it as “deja vu” after kicking a penalty goal and field goal in successive weeks to claim victory.
“It was very similar to last week,” Hodkinson said. “I have been more focused on my goal-kicking. I’ve had a fair record [with drop kicks], and hopefully they keep going through.

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Merritt relieved to break Souths record
By: Ian McCullough - April 12, 2014
The trademark toothy smile said it all when South Sydney record-breaker Nathan Merritt walked into the post-match press conference at Penrith on a wet and windy Friday night.
The 30-year-old winger had been stuck on 144 tries since last September's gut-wrenching preliminary final loss to Manly, needing just one more to usurp Benny Wearing's 81-year-old milestone.
He'd gone close on at least three occasions this year including last week against St George Illawarra where he was denied by the video referee.
But his moment of history finally arrived 15 minutes into the second half of Souths' 18-2 win over Penrith when he latched onto Dylan Walker's pass and scampered his way to the line - just like he has so often in a career that began in 2002.

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Julie Burgess accuses Penrith Panthers fan of hitting son Sam Burgess with stick
By: Michael Chammas - April 12, 2014 - Getty Images
Michael Maguire described it as the best defensive effort he's seen in his three seasons at the club, but it could do little to take away from Nathan Merritt's attacking feats, finally becoming the club's most prolific tryscorer.
The victory was slightly soured after the match when Sam Burgess was struck in the head by a female Penrith supporter's flag, with South Sydney later complaining to the Penrith ground manager.
Burgess' mother Julie Burgess then took aim at the perpetrator on Twitter, posting "Would love to meet the woman (I'm being kind) who hit Sam with a stick as he was leaving the pitch. Sorry Penrith people but that's not OK."

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Nathan Merrett is on the verge of try-scoring history for the Rabbitohs
By: FOX SPORTS - April 11, 2014 - Picture: Phil Hillyard
All the major stats to help you pick a winner ahead of round 6 NRL action
NATHAN Merritt on the verge of Rabbitohs history, Luke Douglas notches 200 straight while the Sharks and Dragons have to defy history to win their round six clashes.
Also, do new coaches always win? Check the key stats from the Warriors v Bullogs clash at Eden Park this weekend.
With the help of Fox Sports Stats we reveal all the key figures ahead of a big weekend of footy.
The Rabbitohs have won their past three matches against the Penrith and have put 40 points on the mountain men the last two times they played at Penrith. The last time they met the Rabbitohs won 44-32.

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South Sydney go back to old ways to resurrect their NRL season
By: Michael Carayannis - April 11, 2014 -
Many pundits thought South Sydney had booked their place in the grand final after just 80 minutes of football this year.
The Rabbitohs looked to have overcome the attacking deficiencies that left them one game short of a grand final appearance in successive seasons. They looked crisp and their ball movement was quick and expansive as they rattled the Roosters to win 28-8.
They went on to lose their next three games as their attack struggled.
Much had been made of South Sydney’s pre-season attacking focus. Like St George Illawarra, who looked to attack more after Wayne Bennett departed, only for their defence to suffer, South Sydney experienced a similar fate.

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South Sydney want Ben Te'o to stay for the long haul
By: Michael Carayannis - April 9, 2014 - Photo: Getty Images
Coach Michael Maguire has called on Ben Te’o to lead the club’s next generation of stars as the back-rower contemplates a move away from the Rabbitohs.
Fairfax Media revealed this week Te’o is effectively a free agent despite having a year to run on his contract. The Queensland representative signed a three-year deal when he switched to South Sydney at the end of the 2012 season but has an option in his favour to decide if he would fulfil the final year of his contract.
A move back to Brisbane could eventuate for Te’o who spent four seasons at the Broncos. With Sam Burgess moving on at the end of the year, Te’o’s signature remains a priority for South Sydney. The club have sounded out Cronulla fill-in captain Wade Graham about a possible switch.

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> 2014 Rugby League Table <
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Team
Pts   PlydNo
Team
Pts
7
1
 Bulldogs
10
 
7
9
  Storm
6
7
2
 Tigers
10
 
7
10
  Rabbitohs
6
7
3
 Sea Eagles
10
 
7
11
  Roosters
4
7
4
 Titans
10
 
7
12
  Raiders
4
7
5
 Broncos
8
 
7
13
  Cowboys
4
7
6
 Dragons
8
 
7
14
  Knights
4
7
7
 Panthers
8
 
7
15
  Warriors
4
7
8
 Eels
8
 
7
16
  Sharks
2
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NEWS
Mal blasts NRL after Keary’s application rejected
Tele 24-4-14

Exit looms for Te'o after Stewart's arrival
smh 22-4-14

Bulldogs snatch one-point win over Souths
smh 18-4-14

Merritt relieved to break Souths record
smh 12-4-14

Julie Burgess accuses Penrith Panthers fan
smh 12-4-14

Merrett on the verge of try-scoring history
Tele 11-4-14

South Sydney go back to old ways
smh 11-4-14

Souths want Ben Te'o for the long haul
smh 9-4-14

Attitude has paid off: Maguire
nrl.com 6-4-14

Rabbitohs bounce back from three straight
Tele 6-4-14

Rabbitohs wake from slumber as Dragons lose
smh 5-4-14

Joel Thompson’s effort on Greg Inglis
Tele 5-4-14

Reynolds desperate to pull bunny out of hat
smh 3-4-14

Souths say no to Andrew Fifita
smh 3-4-14

Heritage Round, reflectimg on SCG’s history
Tele 2-4-14

Paul Smith farewelled by hundreds
Tele 1-4-14

Sam Burgess denies Souths are a team divided
smh 30-3-14

Greg Inglis wrestles with concussion law
smh 27-3-14

Souths, Roosters likely final game NRL season
smh 4-3-14

Greg Inglis has come a long way since Storm
smh 1-3-14

GIs' leadership being noted by Rabbitohs
smh 1-3-14

Rabbitohs won't lose Luke, Tom or George
smh 18-2-14

Rabbitohs accept offer for Sam Burgess
smh 17-2-14

Fenech disappointed by Burgess rugby move
smh 17-2-14

Keary injury puts Souths plans into disarray
smh 16-2-14

Te'o to captain Souths at NRL Nines
smh 11-2-14

Maguire happy with Keary-Reynolds combo
smh 10-2-14

Souths action, Bulldogs put fullbacks on trial
smh 10-2-14

Sam Burgess stonewalls on NRL future
smh 10-2-14

Burgess' camp expects Crowe to allow switch
smh 07-2-14

John Sutton puts reluctant leader days behind
smh 06-2-14


Clive Churchill
medal winners

Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
Year
Player
Team
2014    
2013 Daly Cherry-Evans Manly #
2012 Cooper Kronk Storm
2011 Glenn Stewart Manly
2010 Darius Boyd Dragons
2009 Billy Slater Storm   *
2008 Brent Kite Manly
2007 Greg Inglis Storm   *
2006 Shaun Berrigan Broncos
2005 Scott Prince Tigers
2004 Willie Mason Bulldogs
2003 Luke Priddis Penrith
2002 Craig Fitzgibbon Rooster
2001 Andrew Johns Knight
2000 Darrin Lockyer Bronco
1999 Brett Kimmorley Storm
1998 Gordon Tallis Bronco
1997 Robbie O'Davis Knight
1996 Geoff Toovey Manly
1995 Jim Dymock Bulldogs
1994 David Furner Canberra
1993 Brad Mackay Dragon
1992 Allan Langer Bronco
1991 Brad Clyde Canberra
1990 Ricky Stuart Canberra
1989 Brad Clyde Canberra
1988 Paul Dunn Bulldogs
1987 Cliff Lyonns Manly
1986 Peter Sterling Parramatta
# Won Clive Churchill Medal from the losing Team.
* Title stripped from Team for Breach of Salary Cap.







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