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2016 Downer Nines Pools draw
Rangitoto:  Knights, Cowboys, Panthers, Tigers
Waiheke:  Roosters, Rabbitohs, Eels, Storm
Piha:  Dragons, Raiders, Sharks, Titans
Hunau Ranges:  Bulldogs, Manly, Warriors, Broncos

NRL Downer Auckland Nines 2016
Eden Park Auckland Feb 6 & 7
Date
Game Details
Score
6 Feb Game   1 - Rabbitohs v Roosters 14-13
6 Feb Game   2 - Rabbitohs v Storm 12-18
6 Feb Game   3 - Rabbitohs v Eels 11-24

33rd Charity Shield
Rabbitohs 18 v Dragons 14
ANZ Stadium
Sat 13th Feb @ 5:30pm

Trial Game
Titans 22 v Rabbitohs 24
Sat 20th Feb
Pizzey Park Gold Coast
Sat 20th Feb 2016 @ 5:00pm
 
2016 NRL
Telstra Premiership

Round 1 - Sun 6th March
Roosters 10 v Souths 42
Match Report
Round 2 - Sat 12 March
Souths 48 v Knights 6
Match Report
Round 3 - Sun 22 March
Dragons 8 v Souths 6
Match Report
Round 4 - Fri 25th March
Souths 12 v Bulldogs 42
Match Report
Round 5 - Thu 31st March
Manly 12 v Souths 16
Match Report

Round 6 - Fri 8th April
Souths 10 v Roosters 17
Match Report

Round 7 - Fri 15 April
Cowboys 44 v Souths 18
Match Report
Round 8 - Fri 22nd April
Broncos 30 v Souths 8
Match Report
Round 9 - Thu 28th April
Souths 22 v Tigers 30
Match Report
Round 10 - Fri 13th May
Eels v Souths
7:50pm Pirtek Stadium
Round 11 - Thu 19th May
Souths v Dragons
7:50pm ANZ Stadium

Round 12 - Sat 5th June
BYE
Match Report
Round 13 - Sat 5th June
Souths v Titans
4:30pm NIB Stadium Perth
Round 14 - Fri 10th June
Tigers v Souths
7:50pm ANZ Stadium (Away)
Round 15 - Fri 17th June
Souths v Eels
7:50pm ANZ Stadium
Round 16 - Fri- 24th June
Panthers v Souths
7:50pm Pepper Stadium
Round 17 - Sun 3 July
Souths v Cowboys
4:00pm Barlow Park Cairns
Round 18 -
Souths v BYE
BYE
Round 19 - Sat 16th July
Souths v Broncos
7:30pm ANZ Stadium
Round 20 - Mon 25 July
Souths v Manly
7:00pm ANZ Stadium
Round 21 - Aug
Souths V Raiders
? ANZ Stadium
Round 22 - Aug
Storm v Souths
? AAMI Stadium
Round 23 - Aug
Warriors v Souths
? Mt Smart Stadium
Round 24 - Sep
Souths v Sharks
? ANZ Stadium
Round 25 - Sep
Knights v Souths
? Hunter Stadium
Round 26 - Sep
Bulldogs v Souths
? ANZ Stadium (Away)

2016
First Week Final - Sep

? v ?
Match Report

Preliminary Final th Sep
? v ?
1300Smiles Stadium

Preliminary Final th Sep
? v ?
Suncorp Stadium

Grand Final Oct
? v ?
ANZ Stadium

All match reports courtesy
souths.com.au

City 26 v Country 26 - Sun 4th May
3.00pm Apex Oval Dubbo

2016 State of Origin
Game 1 - June 1
8.00pm ANZ Stadium
NSW - Q'ld
Game 2 - June 22
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
NSW - QLD
Game 3 - July 13
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
QLD v NSW
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News
NRL 2016: Wests Tigers beat South Sydney Rabbitohs after losing Mitchell Moses, James Tedesco to injury
By: Paul Crawley - April 29, 2016 -
UPDATE: MICHAEL Maguire last night unloaded on his South Sydney players in the wake of an embarrassing 30-22 loss to the Wests Tigers that the coach labelled "garbage" and "not acceptable".
Not one to usually blast his team in a public forum, Maguire could hardly contain his obvious frustration and anger last night at a playing squad he accused of simply not putting their bodies on the line.
In one of the more bizarre matches of the season so far, the Tigers turned last week's embarrassing 60-6 flogging by Canberra on its head as they punched holes through Souths at will to lead 20-0 after the opening 20 minutes.
While the final eight-point margin ended up flattering the Rabbitohs, what has to be also taken into account is that the Wests Tigers were without their two best go-forward

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How South Sydney try to keep a lid on the aggression of Sam Burgess
By: Matt Logue - April 25, 2016 - Picture: Telegraph.
NO ONE at South Sydney will ever question Sam Burgess and his passion.
It's a determined drive that lifts the Rabbitohs to another level and one which delivered the proud foundation club its historic 21st premiership in 2014.
"But sometimes Sam has just got to control it," little brother Thomas Burgess told The Daily Telegraph yesterday.
"We help him out there as well by just reminding him that he has got to keep a lid on it sometimes.
"He knows that. You can obviously get frustrated in games, but you've got to also be aware that you can hurt the team if you give penalties away."
There's no questioning Burgess is the Bunnies' forward leader.

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Adam Reynolds to visit specialist after second jaw injury this season
By: Matt Logue - April 25, 2016 - Picture: Darren England
SOUTH Sydney halfback Adam Reynolds remains hopeful he'll be cleared to play the Wests Tigers on Thursday despite suffering his second jaw injury this season against Brisbane on Friday night.
Reynolds had scans on his jaw on Saturday morning, but will visit a specialist as soon as this afternoon to determine the full extent of damage.
Despite initially fearing for the worst when he was hit late by Broncos prop Adam Blair, the Rabbitohs No. 7 will train on Monday afternoon in preparation for the must-win clash against the Tigers.
"Fingers crossed everything goes to plan and the specialist gives me the all-clear," Reynolds told The Daily Telegraph.
"I'll prepare as if I'm playing this week and I'll get out there and train with the boys.

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Greg Inglis still struggling to hit his best form for South Sydney Rabbitohs
By: Rikki-Lee Arnold - April 22, 2016 - Picture: Darren England
SUNCORP Stadium has been the home of many great victories for Greg Inglis.
From creating State of Origin history to becoming renowned for his ability to destroy a Broncos defensive line, it truly is his home away from home.
But on Friday night Suncorp was simply the host ground for nothing more than an average showing from the struggling fullback.
It was a solid performance, perhaps his best this year.
But that's not saying much given his recent form.
He was still a shadow of the Inglis that fans have come to know and love.

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South Sydney verging on crisis, as Rabbitohs unable to rediscover their premiership-winning hunger
By: Phil Rothfield - April 17, 2016 - File Photo: Peter Rae
GREG Inglis is playing wounded, looks unhappy, and has virtually no lateral movement. Sam Burgess hasn't been the same since his neck injury scare at the SCG a month ago.
The twins George and Tom can't hold onto the football. They miss the creative skill of Issac Luke from dummy half. They miss Dylan Walker's speed and spark out wide. They miss John Sutton and need him back ASAP.
All the above is stating is stating the obvious.
What the loss to the Cowboys on Friday night really showed is that the Rabbitohs are missing attitude more than anything else.

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Souths’ lame forwards are the reason the club is going backwards
By: Tim Prentice, 16 Apr 2016
I expected to see something really special from the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Townsville last night but all I saw was - well there's no other way to say it - crap. The premiers of 2014 were absolutely creamed by the premiers of 2015 and it seems a sure thing that it's going to get a lot worse from here. North Queensland won 44-18 in pretty much a jog-trot. They were never seriously threatened by a soft South Sydney pack that looked like Tarzan but played like Jane. 'Soft' is a word I have never used when thinking of a red and green forward pack. But that's what they were against the Dylan Napa-fuelled Sydney City Roosters last week and I honestly thought they'd be breathing fire and brimstone up in the north to blow away those horrendous memories. No, there was zero starch from the engine room at 1300 Smiles Stadium, where the only Smiles were seen on the face of Cowboys fans. We saw a red and green engine with way too many Burgii, who seem to be picked on reputation alone. Chris Grevsmuhl looked like a guy prepared to have a red-hot go but he and returning halfback Adam Reynolds were on their Pat

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Rabbitohs consider moving Greg Inglis to centres to extend his NRL career
By: DAVID RICCIOThe Sunday Telegraph - April 16, 2016 -
SOUTH Sydney have discussed internally a plan to prolong the career of Greg Inglis by moving the champion fullback to the centres.
The plan would see the Rabbitohs go to market for a fullback, with suggestions this week North Queensland's Lachlan Coote could be a target for 2017, or alternatively they would place faith in former Test winger Alex Johnston making the positional switch next season.
Ironically, it's the same sales pitch the Brisbane Broncos extended Inglis at the end of last season, with the garauantee of a centre spot under Wayne Bennett.
The Souths star has since pledged his allegiance to the Bunnies until, at least, the end of his current contract in 2017.
Souths coach Michael Maguire has told several key Souths officials he is happy to consider an Inglis switch as a long-term plan,l but is currently

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Johnathan Thurston’s Cowboys ruthless in brutal bashing of Rabbitohs
By: TRAVIS MEYN - April 16, 2016
JOHNATHAN Thurston wove his magic again as the Cowboys continued their NRL premiership defence with a 44-18 rampage against the Rabbitohs on Friday night.
In his 275th NRL match, Thurston produced a vintage play to prove he has plenty left in the 32-year-old legs he is hoping will lead the Cowboys to back-to-back titles.
The Cowboys must still be drunk on last year's success because there has been no sign of a premiership hangover in North Queensland.
They have conceded just 18 points in their last 240 minutes of action at 1300SMILES Stadium, scoring 120 in three ruthless performances.
When asked if his team had improvement left in them, coach Paul Green was emphatic.

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>>> 2016 Rugby League Table <<<
PlydPos
Team
Pts  PlydPos
Team
Pts
8
1
 Broncos
14
 
8
9
  Dragons
8
8
2
 Cowboys
12
 
8
10
  Titans
6
8
3
 Storm
12
 
8
11
  Rabbitohs
6
8
4
 Sharks
12
 
8
12
  Panthers
6
8
5
 Eels
10
 
8
13
  Warriors
6
8
6
 Bulldogs
10
 
8
14
  Tigers
4
8
7
 Raiders
9
 
8
15
  Knights
3
8
8
 Manly
8
 
8
16
  Roosters
2
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Games played includes byes in the above table
Congratulations Rabbitohs - 2014 Premiers title #21
Rabbitohs 30 - Bulldogs 6 - looking for #22 in 2016


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Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
Year
Player
Team
2016    
2015 Jonathon Thurston Cowboys
2014 Sam Burgess Rabbitohs
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 Medal from the losing Team.
* Title stripped Breached Salary Cap.







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