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2014 Round 19
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Pirtek Stadium   -  Fri 18th July 7.40pm

South Sydney Rabbitohs break 20-year hoodoo with victory in Parramatta
By: Chris Boulous - July 18, 2014 - Picture: Getty Images
South Sydney broke a 7042-day losing drought at Parramatta - and the Eels' finals chances - with a clinical 32-12 win last night at Pirtek Stadium.
In the process, the Rabbitohs extended their winning streak against the Eels to seven games and kept their minor premiership hopes alive with a come-from-behind win at one of their more unhappy hunting grounds.
The last time the red and green left O'Connell Street with the two points was in round 5, 1995 when a Ken Shine-coached Rabbitohs orchestrated a 40-18 win with a team that included former Eels David Penna and Greg Drake.
Last night Sam Burgess and Greg Inglis ensured the drought would be broken in style with the big plays at the big times to get the bunnies back in the winning circle.

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South Sydney's quiet achiever Issac Luke lets his footy do the talking
By: Michael Chammas - July 17, 2014 - Picture: Renee McKay/Getty Images
"We're going to change you."
They were some of the first words South Sydney coach Michael Maguire exchanged with Issac Luke in a heated phone call.
Little did Maguire know at the time that the exercise of changing Luke would be more of a journey of self discovery as the Rabbitohs rake went about revealing his true colours.
Luke was so ashamed of the way he spoke, he found it easier to isolate himself rather than run the risk of saying something that would humiliate him.
That is why only a few people know anything about his interests and hidden talents, like his ability to play a song on the piano just by listening to it.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs slump to defeat but loss of Reynolds, Burgess may hit harder
By: Adam Pengilly - July 8, 2014 -
Penalties kept pace with points, both sides finished with near empty benches and the Gold Coast Titans limped to a win thought scarcely imaginable in a whistle-fest at ANZ Stadium on Monday night.
Staring down the barrel of a franchise worst seventh straight loss, the Titans outlasted a battered Rabbitohs - and Ashley Klein's never-ending whistle - to record a 14-10 win to end one of the most forgettable matches of the season.
Gold Coast coach John Cartwright won't care though. It was his side's first win since April 27 as the early season pacesetters at least edged a little further away from wooden spoon territory.

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Michael Maguire laments referee obstruction calls in Rabbitohs shock loss
By: Adam Pengilly - July 7, 2014 -
His side were the beneficiaries from a penalty count which flirted with a record in the modern era, but Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire was still lamenting the refereeing after South Sydney stumbled to a shock loss to NRL strugglers Gold Coast.
The hosts shaded a 14-10 penalty count dished out by whistle-happy referee Ashley Klein - a mirror of the final scoreline - but Maguire had serious question marks over a crucial second-half try for the Titans.
Stand-in Gold Coast captain Will Zillman jinked his way over six minutes into the second stanza after Mark Minichiello, celebrating his 250th NRL game, appeared to floor Adam Reynolds in the lead-up.

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Rabbitohs wary of Titans' Roberts
By: Darren Walton - July 6, 2014 - Photo: File
Two years after showing him the door, South Sydney fear tryscoring sensation James Roberts could return to bite them on Monday night.
Roberts will line up in the centres for Gold Coast at ANZ Stadium after being handed an NRL lifeline by the Titans following a succession of alcohol-related incidents that threatened to end the youngster's NRL career before it really began.
Released by the Rabbitohs in 2012, the talented nephew of former St George Illawarra, Sydney Roosters and Penrith star Amos Roberts also had his Panthers contract torn up this year after smashing a taxi window.
Now the Titans have given the 21-year-old one last chance - and the Rabbitohs know from experience the classy three-quarter has the game to take advantage of his good fortune.

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On for young and old at South Sydney
By: Jack Brady - Thu 26th June, 2014 - Picture: Rob Cox
It is no accident that the Rabbitohs' rich run of recent form has coincided with the return of New Zealand Test hooker Issac Luke.
With the Rabbitohs shooting for a fifth straight win when they meet the Cowboys this Saturday night, tenacious 27-year-old Luke is confident that his shoulder injury has finally made a full recovery after it kept him out for eight weeks earlier in the season.
"I'm happy with how everything is going. I was happy to get the whole 80 minutes out the last game and I'm happy with how everything is going with the team," Luke said.
"It's returned back to what it was and I'm happy with where it is at. I've done everything I can to get back into full training and hopefully I'm not wearing any rehab singlets anytime soon."

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Rookie challenge inspires Sam Burgess to extend booze ban
By: Michael Carayannis - June 25, 2014 -
A quiet word from a rookie Rabbitohs teammate has inspired Sam Burgess to forfeit boozy nights and shun the spotlight as he looks to end his South Sydney stint on a high.
Burgess was already five weeks into a self-imposed booze ban when South Sydney halfback Luke Keary told him to keep at it. The Englishman hasn't sworn off alcohol completely, but said he has never dedicated himself so much to his rugby league, as the clock winds down on his NRL career before his switch to English rugby at the end of this season. He has not drunk heavily since South Sydney's brutal 14-12 loss to Manly in round two which was followed by a big night.
Young Luke Keary challenged me, Burgess said. I said 'let's do it. He is a top lad. I'd been off it for five or six weeks and he said are you going to do it all year? I said why? And

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Rabbitohs break 20-year hoodoo to beat Eels
smh 18-7-14

quiet achiever Issac Luke lets his footy talk
smh 17-7-14

Souths slump to defeat lose Adam & George
smh 8-7-14

Maguire laments referee obstruction call
smh 7-7-14

Rabbitohs wary of Titans' Roberts
smh 6-7-14

Attitude has paid off: Maguire 26-6-14

Rookie challenge inspires Sam Burgess
smh 25-6-14

Reynolds has Michael Maguire's assurance
smh 25-6-14

Sam tames temper a boost Souths' hopes
smh 16-6-14

Rabbitohs run riot over the Tigers at ANZ
Tele 13-6-14

Adam Reynolds bides time for Origin
smh 12-6-14

Souths lose players incl GI in win over NZW
Tele 7-6-14

Souths ready to beat Warriors in Perth
smh 5-6-14

Dragons fall short against South Sydney
smh 3-6-14

Dragons fall short against South Sydney
smh 2-6-14

Rabbitohs need Sam to recapture 2013 form
smh 31-5-14

Luke's deputies give Madge a dilemma
smh 26-5-14

Souths Keep Sharks Scoreless
smh 26-5-14

Storm big three too good for Rabbitohs 19-5-14

Storm big three too good for Rabbitohs
smh 16-5-14

Dylan Walker four tries in win over Titans
smh 10-5-14

GI Happy with Billy at number 1
smh 30-4-14

Adam Reynolds stills holds Origin hopes
smh 30-4-14

GI opens up about so called World Cup rift
Tele 29-4-14

Inglis scores try to treasure for generations
smh 28-4-14

Mal blasts NRL re Keary’s rejection
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

Clive Churchill
medal winners

Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
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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