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2015 Pre-Season Games
NRL - Dick Smith Auckland Nines
Sat Jan 31 & Sun Feb 1 2015 Eden Park
Aukland NZ

Charity Shield v St Geo-Illawarra
ANZ 7th Feb 2015
7:35pm ANZ Stadium
Return to Redfern v Northern Pride
14th Feb 2015
6:00pm Redfern Oval
World Cup Challenge v St Helens
Langtree Park Eng 22nd Feb 2015
 
2015 NRL
Telstra Premiership

Round 1 - Thu 5 March
Broncos v Souths
8:05pmSuncorp Stadium
Round 2 - Sun 15 March
Souths v Roosters
4:00pm ANZ Stadium
Round 3 - Sun 22 March
Souths - Tigers
4:00pm ANZ Stadium
Round 4 -
Eels v Souths
Pirtek Stadium
Round 5 - Fri 3 April
Souths v Manly
4:00pm ANZ Stadium

Round 6 - Mon 13 April
Souths v Cowboys
7:00pm ANZ Stadium

Round 7 - Mon 20 April
Sharks v Souths
7:00pm Remondis Stadium
Round 8 - Sun 26 April
Souths v Raiders
4:00pm Barlow Park
Round 9 - Mon 11 May
Souths v Dragons
7:00pm ANZ Stadium
Round 10 - Sat 16 May
Storm v Souths
7:30pm AAMI Park
Round 11 - Fri 22 May
Souths v Eels
7:45pm ANZ Stadium
Round 12 - Sat 30 May
Titans v Souths
3:00pm CBus Stadium
Round 13 - Sat 6 June
Souths v Warriors
3:30pm NIB Stadium Perth
Round 14 - Fri 12 June
Tigers v Souths
7:45pm ANZ Stadium (Away)
Round 15 -
BYE v Souths
BYE
Round 16 - Fri- 26 June
Souths v Manly
7:35pm ANZ Stadium
Round 17 - Fri 3 July
Penrith v Souths
7:45pm Sportingbet Stadium
Round 18 -
Souths v BYE
BYE
Round 19 - Sat 18 July
Dragons v Souths
7:30pm SCG
Round 20 - Sat 25 July
Souths v Knights
5:30pm ANZ Stadium
Round 21 - Aug
Souths V Penrith
ANZ Stadium
Round 22 - Aug
Manly v Souths
Brookvale Oval
Round 23 - Aug
Cowboys v Souths
1300SMILES Stadium
Round 24 - Aug
Souths v Bulldogs
ANZ Stadium
Round 25 - Aug
Souths v Broncos
SCG
Round 26 - Sep
Roosters v Souths
Allianz Stadium

First Week Final - Sep
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Preliminary Final - Sep
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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

2015 State of Origin
Game 1 - 28th May 2015
8.00pm ANZ Stadium
NSW V Q'ld
Game 2 - 17th Jun 2015
8.00pm MCG
NSW v QLD
Game 3 - 8th Jul 2015
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
QLD v NSW
4 Nations Oct - Nov 2014
Date
Game Details
Score
25/10 England v Samoa - Double Header
Australia v New Zealand - Suncorp
32 - 26
12 - 30
  1/11 New Zealand v Samoa - Toll Stadium 14 - 12
  2/11 Australia v England - AAMI Park 16 - 12
  8/11 New Zealand v England - Forsyth Barr 16 - 14
  9/11 Australia v Samoa - WIN Stadium 44 - 18
15/11 Australia v New Zealand - Westpac Stad 18 - 22

    2015 NSW Cup Draw-Results
  2014 Ron Massey Cup Draw
  2015 Jnr Reps SG Ball Draw
    2015 Jnr Reps Matthews Draw




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2015 Charity Shield
Rabbitohs v Dragons
Sat 7th February
ANZ Stadium
7:35pm


Queensland born star Luke Keary has been named in the Blues Emerging Origin squad.
By: PETER BADEL - DECEMBER 20, 2014 - Picture: Mark Evans
LUKE Keary's passion for NSW is set to be tested after Blues hierarchy fanned the embers of interstate rivalry by naming the Queensland-born star in their Emerging Origin squad.
The NRL's eligibility rules were exposed as a farce when Keary was named in NSW's 22-man emerging squad _ two years after being picked in Queensland's junior program.
The code's governors attempted to provide greater clarity around Origin eligibility in 2012, beefing up guidelines to prevent another Greg Inglis selection circus.
But rugby league's eligibility migraine has resurfaced, with the Blues formally selecting a kid from Ipswich who grew up supporting Queensland and idolising Maroons icon Wally

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Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire remembers glory and looks forward to the challenge of 2015
By: DEAN RITCHIE - DECEMBER 17, 2014
IT was the first time he had returned to his field of dreams. The Olympic venue where South Sydney famously created history back on October 5.
Premiership-winning coach Michael Maguire was on level two of ANZ Stadium yesterday, proudly gazing over the arena where Souths snapped a gut-wrenching a 43-year wait.
The moments and memories came thundering back. The elation, emotion, euphoria and excitement.
"To walk back in here and think about the things that happened that night, the euphoria in the stands," Maguire said.
"Walking around the stadium was quite amazing. The tears, there were so many people crying, they were tears of joy after what this club had been through to get to that point.

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Rabbitohs ready for life after Sam Burgess
By: Darren Walton - December 17, 2014 -
South Sydney coach Michael Maguire has promised Rabbitohs fans that the NRL premiers are well prepared for life without Sam Burgess.
Burgess is favoured to win the prestigious Golden Boot award on Friday as the world player of the year after inspiring Souths to a drought-breaking first grand final triumph since 1971.
If he does, the Rabbitohs will need to become the first team to land back-to-back NRL premierships in 22 years without the game's so-called best player as Bath-based Burgess chases a place in England's 2015 Rugby World Cup squad.
Maguire is banking on big-name recruits Glenn Stewart and Tim Grant as well as the club's emerging young forwards to fill the void of the colossal Clive Churchill Medallist.

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Glenn Stewart opens up on Rabbitohs, Manly and Michael Maguire
By: DEAN RITCHIE - DECEMBER 17, 2014
GLENN Stewart pulled on the famous South Sydney jumper for the first time on Tuesday and caught a glimpse of himself in a glass door that leads into the player's tunnel at Redfern Oval.
"Gee I look different. Really strange," Stewart admitted.
Stewart, 30, spoke exclusively with The Daily Telegraph about his surprise move to Redfern, Sam Burgess, Michael Maguire, his controversial departure from Manly, Sea Eagles teammates and how he will return this coming season after a fractured ankle.
Some are already saying Stewart will replace Burgess. Not so, according to Stewart.

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Issac Luke wants to give Michael Maguire his next premiership ring
By: Adrian Proszenko - December 13, 2014 - Brendan Esposito
Despite not playing on the big night, Issac Luke wears the spoils of victory.
A premiership ring, the one initially handed to coach Michael Maguire, adorns his finger. If going back-to-back isn't motivation enough, earning another piece of bling is. So that he can return the gesture.
"Madge gave me a Christmas gift and I will hold onto it forever until I hopefully can get my own and then, obviously, I'll give it back," Luke said.
"Madge drives you every week, it's a week to week thing for me.
"That will be in the back of my head for the whole year."

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Issac Luke supports halves Luke Keary and Adam Reynolds regardless of decision
By: NATHAN RYAN FOX SPORTS DECEMBER 12, 2014 - PICTURE:
SOUTH Sydney hooker Issac Luke says he supports his off-contract halves regardless of what decision they make regarding their playing futures.
The Rabbitohs have a host of players off contract at the end of 2015, including Alex Johnston, Tom Burgess, Kyle Turner, David Tyrrell, Kirisome Auva'a, Bryson Goodwin, Ben Lowe and Joel Reddy.
Their premiership-winning halves Luke Keary and Adam Reynolds are also without deals for 2016
The Rabbitohs broke their 43-year title drought with victory over Canterbury in the 2014 grand final but have since lost grand final heroes Sam Burgess and Ben Te'o to rugby union.
Earlier in the week it was revealed that contract talks between Keary and the club are well advanced.

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2015 Nines Jersey Launched
By: Tom Skolarikis I Video: Chris Beavon & Jeremy Monahan - Thu 11th December,
The Rabbitohs launched their 2015 Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines Jersey in Sydney today, alongside the other 15 NRL Clubs.
Rabbitohs hooker Issac Luke was on hand to launch the Rabbitohs' strip, a red, white and green strip featuring the Maori Koru symbol.
The Koru symbol is featured strongly in Maori culture, including decorations on tombs, monuments, meeting houses, as well as jewellery, carved wood, painting and celebratory paraphernalia and is featured in part to pay homage to Pacific Islander Indigenous Communities.
Rabbitohs TV caught up with Issac about his prospects of playing in the Nines next season, as well as catching up with former Rabbitohs and now Panthers hooker Apisai Koroisau and Storm utility Ryan Hinchcliffe, who along with the reigning Nines Champions, the North Queensland Cowboys, will make up the Waiheke pool.

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Achived News Items

>>> 2014 Rugby League Table <<<
PlydNo
Team
Pts   PlydNo
Team
Pts
26
1
 Roosters
36
 
26
9
  Warriors
28
26
2
 Sea Eagles
36
 
26
10
  Eels
28
26
3
 Rabbitohs
34
 
26
11
  Dragons
26
26
4
 Panthers
34
 
26
12
  Knights
24
26
5
 Cowboys
32
 
26
13
  Tigers
24
26
6
 Storm
32
 
26
14
  Titans
22
26
7
 Bulldogs
30
 
26
15
  Raiders
20
26
8
 Broncos
28
 
26
16
  Sharks
14
Ladder positions after round 26     (*) = Game to play

Congratulations Rabbitohs - 2014 Premiers title #21
Rabbitohs 30 - Bulldogs 6 - looking for #22 in 2015

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Luke Keary in Blues Emerging Origin squad
Tele 20-12-14

Maguire remembers glory looks to 2015
Tele 17-12-14

Rabbitohs ready for life after Sam
SMH 17-12-14

Glenn Stewart opens up on Rabbitohs
Tele 17-12-14

Luke to give Maguire next premiership ring
SMH 13-12-14

Issac Luke supports halves
Tele 12-12-14

Rabbitohs new sponsorship deal
Rabbitohs.com.au 11-12-14

Rabbitohs steal rising rugby star
Sunday Tele 02-11-14

Rabbitohs steal rising rugby star
Tele 31-10-14

Sam Burgess given emotional send-off
Mail Online.uk 30-10-14

Souths fanatic Travis gets one last wish
Tele 17-10-14

Inglis declares his commitment to NRL
SMH 17-10-14

A Massive Mum-Crush On Julie Burgess
Tele 12-10-14

Unlocking the secret to South Sydney
SMH 11-10-14

Courage or stupidity: on playing with injury
SMH 11-10-14

Michael Maguire made grand final happen
SMH 11-10-14

life for Russell Crowe and Rabbitohs
SMH 9-10-14

South Sydney win first title in 43 years
SMH 5-10-14

Crowe: Why Nick Pappas is a hero of mine
smh 4-10-14

Crowe can have his cake & NRL title
smh 4-10-14

Title would be Crowe's greatest performance
smh 3-10-14

Api Koroisau like young Cameron Smith
Fox 2-10-14

Run at me, Keary tells Dogs forwards
smh 1-10-14

Issac Luke to miss NRL grand final
smh 1-10-14

Koroisau thrown into deep end
smh 1-10-14

Piggins to bury Russell Crowe hatchet
smh 1-10-14

Luke Keary takes notes from Matty Johns
smh 30-09-14

Russell Crowe staying with Souths
smh 29-9-14

Merritt bids farewell to a stellar career
smh 27-9-14

Merritt bids farewell to a stellar career
smh 24-9-14

Lote Tuqiri the oldest player in the NRL
smh 24-9-14

Souths want to do it for Michael Maguire
smh 24-9-14

Souths heed lessons learned: Maguire
smh 22-9-14

We're primed for clash with Roosters
smh 21-9-14

Reynolds ready to step up for Bunnies
smh 14-9-14

Clive Churchill Heritage Memorabilia
smh 14-9-14

Souths investment in their young players
smh 12-9-14

Maguire finally gets the side he wants
smh 10-9-14

Ultimate League:looks forward to grand final
smh 4-9-14


Rabbitoh NRL Teams
2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008
2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014

Clive Churchill
medal winners

Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
Year
Player
Team
2015    
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 Clive Churchill Medal from the losing Team.
* Title stripped from Team for Breach of Salary Cap.







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