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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 20 v Souths 22
Match Report
Round 11 - Thu 19th May
Souths 34 v Dragons 24
The Roar Match Hilites

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 ANZ Stadium
NSW V QLD
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News
Adam Reynolds to channel inner Joey for Blues
By: Matt Encarnacion, 24 May 2016, Pic; File
NSW State of Origin rookie Adam Reynolds will attempt to channel his inner Andrew Johns when he makes his debut in this year's series-opener.
The South Sydney playmaker is the latest halfback to follow in the footsteps of the rugby league Immortal after being named in Laurie Daley's 19-man squad to take on Queensland on Wednesday week.
A total of seven players have worn the Blues No.7 since Johns' retirement in 2005, and Reynolds admits he has long harboured a desire to do it.
"Every player in the NRL wants to play rep games. For me, I idolise the likes of Andrew Johns and Brad Fittler and always aspired to be where they were," he said.
After helping the Rabbitohs to a breakthrough premiership in 2014, the 25-year-old was in the frame for a Blues debut last year before breaking his leg in Souths' infamous

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State of Origin 2016: Adam Reynolds's rise from fan to Blues playmaker
By: DEAN RITCHIE - May 24, 2016 - Pic Telegraph
FOUR years ago, Adam Reynolds sat in Blatchy's Blues at ANZ Stadium, taking photos on his phone like every other diehard NSW fan.
Next week, Reynolds will be playing in front of those same wig-wearing fanatics as NSW's key playmaker in State of Origin I.
From eating hot dogs to NSW's top dog.
The new Blues halfback is as passionate a NSW fan as you'll find. A bloke who would actually dress in a Blues jumper to cheer on his state.
Reynolds proudly posted his pics from Blatchy's Blues on Instagram back in 2012.
"Origin means a lot to everyone in NSW. I am very passionate about NSW and I always want NSW to win,'' Reynolds said. "I love the jersey and am honoured to receive

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Adam Reynolds says he was ready to play State of Origin last year
By: NICK WALSHAW - May 20, 2016 - Pic. Brett Costello
ADAM Reynolds, on Sunday morning, will have his mobile phone at full volume.
"Because my three beautiful children, they'll be keeping me busy somewhere,'' he laughs. "Have me on my toes.
"So I'll make sure the phone is on loud ... just in case something happens."
And increasingly, it seems it will.
Outstanding for South Sydney on Thursday night, 25-year-old Reynolds now looms as the halfback most likely to lead NSW into the 2016 State of Origin series.
Better, the tattooed Bunny insists he is ready.

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Sam Burgess preparing to play the Dragons for the first time since neck scare
By: MICHAEL CARAYANNIS - May 19, 2016 - Picture, Telegraph.
SAM Burgess refuses to use his neck injury as an excuse for his slow start to 2016 but believes he is close to hitting peak form again.
Burgess and his Rabbitohs play St George Illawarra on Thursday for the first time since he suffered the neck scare at the SCG in round three.
The Rabbitohs enforcer sent shock waves through the rugby league work as he lay motionless on the SCG, fearing the worst after ducking his head awkwardly while charging on to the ball.
Scans cleared Burgess of any significant damage, allowing him to return after missing just one game.
The anomaly in the NRL draw sees Burgess' Rabbitohs face off against the Dragons for the second time already this season, after the Red V won 8-6 in March in a game

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Michael Maguire is considering Alex Johnston, Cody Walker for the No. 1 jumper
By: CHRISTIAN NICOLUSSI - May 16, 2016 - Picture. Phil Hillyard
IT remains to be seen how long the Greg Inglis five-eighth experiment lasts - but his days as South Sydney's fullback look officially over.
Ahead of Thursday night's clash against St George Illawarra, Bunnies coach Michael Maguire is weighing up whether to play Alex Johnston or Cody Walker in the No. 1 jumper.
Whoever misses out will slot on to the wing for the injured Michael Oldfield.
Inglis, who prior to last Friday's win over Parramatta was the long-serving fullback and once regarded as the world's best in the position, was not even considered by Maguire as an option to return to the back against the Dragons.

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Sam Burgess says South Sydney Rabbitohs were 'mentally and physically fatigued'
By: MICHAEL CARAYANNIS - May 14, 2016 - Picture:
SOUTH Sydney players were left "mentally and physically fatigued" according to Sam Burgess before arresting their four-game losing streak on Friday night.
The Rabbitohs crawled their way back to snatch a 22-20 win against Parramatta after trailing 14-6 at halftime with Burgess starring, running for 223 metres and making 36 tackles.
Burgess said last week's representative round came at a perfect time to give his side a much needed freshen up after they struggled in the opening two months of the season which included back to back games in Queensland.
"The boys were tired before the bye," Burgess said. "The boys were physically and mentally fatigued. We still worked hard in the bye week because it's our system and

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Order of the boot: Who is the greatest rugby league goalkicker of all time?
By: Phil Gould - May 14, 2016 - Photo: Getty Images
Who is the greatest rugby league goalkicker of all time? What's the best goal you've ever seen kicked in rugby league history?
I often think of these questions when I see a great moment like we witnessed on Friday night with South Sydney's Adam Reynolds last-minute conversion from the sideline to win the game for his team.
If people are asked about the best goal they have ever seen kicked in rugby league history, opinions are generally equally divided among the obvious three.
Michael O'Connor's conversion from the sideline in the last minute of the State of Origin II in 1991 to keep the series alive for the Blues. In driving rain, on a muddy field, with a wet leather ball, O'Connor called the ball in from the right-hand side in between the posts to send the series into a decider. Big moment, big goal.
Everyone remembers Hazem El Masri kicking a sideline conversion after the final siren to win the game for the Bulldogs against Newcastle, in Newcastle. The emotion of

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Greg Inglis switch sparks Rabbitohs to courageous comeback win against Eels
By: Christian Nicolussi - May 13, 2016
IT IS a pity South Sydney didn't think of switching superstar Greg Inglis to five-eighth a little earlier.
The world's best fullback produced a world-class performance wearing the No. 6 jumper against the Eels on Friday night.
And while the Bunnies ended their four-match losing streak _ and played the perfect role of Parramatta party-poopers _ the positional switch of GI will have the Bunnies' faithful back believing.
The usual suspects really stood up.
Sam Burgess ran for 223m and hit everything in sight with full force.
Adam Reynolds' kicking game was solid, while he even got into the spirit of slamming much bigger rivals into the turf.

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>>> 2016 Rugby League Table <<<
PlydPos
Team
Pts  PlydPos
Team
Pts
11
1
 Sharks
18
 
11
9
  Rabbitohs
10
11
2
 Storm
18
 
11
10
  Titans
10
11
3
 Broncos
16
 
11
11
  Dragons
10
11
4
 Cowboys
16
 
11
12
  Manly
8
11
5
 Bulldogs
14
 
11
13
  Tigers
8
11
6
 Eels
12
 
11
14
  Warriors
8
11
7
 Raiders
11
 
11
15
  Roosters
4
11
8
 Panthers
10
 
11
16
  Knights
3
nrl.com Full Ladder after round 11     (*) = Game in hand
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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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
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