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NRL Dick Smith Auckland Nines 2015
Eden Park Auckland Jan 31 & Feb 1
Game Details
31/1 Game       1   Rabbitohs v Penrith 11 - 4
31/1 Game       2   Rabbitohs v Cowboys 19 - 12
31/1 Game       3   Rabbitohs v Storm 24 - 4
1/2 Qtr  Final       Rabbitohs v Knights 30 - 6
1/2 Semi Final     Rabbitohs v Eels 37 - 6
1/2 Grand Final   Rabbitohs v Sharks 18 - 14

Annual Charity Shield
Rabbitohs 12 v St Geo-Illawarra 12
Sat 7th Feb 2015
Match Repoty
2015 Charity Shield Re-Play

Return to Redfern
Rabbitohs 20 v Northern Pride 20
Sat 14th Feb 2015
Match Report
World Cup Challenge
Rabbitohs 39 v St Helens 0
Mon 23rd Feb 2015 (Local)
Match Report
2015 NRL
Telstra Premiership

Thu 5th March
Broncos 6 v Souths 36
Match Report
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
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
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
Round 26 - Sep
Roosters v Souths
Allianz Stadium

First Week Final - Sep
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Preliminary Final - Sep
? v ?

Grand Final - Oct
? v ?
ANZ Stadium -

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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
Game 3 - 8th Jul 2015
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
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World Club Series: South Sydney Rabbitohs romp to record win
By: Joe Barton - February 23, 2015 - Picture: Getty Images
ST HELENS: South Sydney have emphatically claimed the status of rugby league world club champions with a record-breaking 39-0 thrashing of Super League title holders St Helens.
The one-sided World Club Challenge win, which was all but over when the Rabbitohs held a 24-0 lead after a first-half onslaught, also handed the NRL sides a clean sweep of the inaugural World Club Series.
On hand to watch Sunday's blitz at Langtree Park was Clive Churchill medal winner Sam Burgess and co-owner Russell Crowe, who shunned the glitz and glamour of the Oscars red carpet for a 2 degree night in the north of England.

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World Club Challenge: South Sydney Rabbitohs thrash St Helens Saints to complete Aussie series sweep
By: Mike Colman in St Helens - February 23, 2015
RUSSELL Crowe skipped the Oscars for cold St Helens to watch his Rabbitohs produce a record-breaking five star performance in winning the World Club Challenge 39-0.
In the lead up to the match St Helens chairman Eamonn McManus tipped it to be the biggest night in the town's history.
It fell more than a little short of that billing for Saints fans, but there could be no critics of the show put on by the South Sydney superstars.
From the third minute when Manly signing Glenn Stewart dived onto a Adam Reynolds grubber to score with his first touch in a Souths jersey, it was an A-list showing from the men in red and green.
In fact, the only thing the 17,980 St Helens supporters had to cheer about in the first half was when a smiling Crowe was shown on the big screen applauding one of his team's

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South Sydney Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire: 'We have got to be a better club'
By: Brad Walter - February 20, 2015 - Getty Images
Tell Michael Maguire that if South Sydney beat St Helens he will become the first coach to have won the World Club Challenge, NRL and Super League premierships, the Challenge Cup and Auckland Nines trophies, and the 41-year-old responds by saying: "I'm really just at the start of my coaching career."
Maguire's success makes it easy to forget it has only been five years since he left his assistant's role in Melbourne to take charge of Wigan and then Souths. In his first year at Wigan the famous English club won the Super League grand final followed by Challenge Cup glory in 2011, and then last season - his third at Redfern - Maguire oversaw the end of the Rabbitohs' 43-year premiership drought.
But for all the silverware he has collected, Maguire will tell you he is still learning the coaching craft, which is why the ugly headlines generated by the arrest of John Sutton and

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World Club Challenge 2015: South Sydney Rabbitohs to face battle ready St Helens Saints
By: MIKE COLMAN - FEBRUARY 19, 2015 - Picture: Brendan Esposito
WAYNE Bennett might be looking at the Broncos' World Club Series game against Wigan as a trial but if Souths take the same attitude into their game against St Helens they are facing the biggest ambush since Russell Crowe hijacked the sheriff's men in Robin Hood.
With Oscar-winner Crowe and Souths co-owner James Packer expected to be in attendance, Monday morning's showdown between the reigning NRL and Super League premiers has been hailed by Saints chairman Eamonn McManus as the "biggest day in the history of St Helens".
That's not just the footy club he's talking about. It's the whole town.
It's hard to argue. The club's new stadium, Langtree Park, is sold out for the first time in its brief history, thousands are expected to attend a fans' day featuring both clubs later

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South Sydney happy to take flight from John Sutton’s Arizona drama
Police reports alleged that Souths' grand final captain John Sutton became belligerent after being asked to leave the bar in Flagstaff, Arizona and that teammate Luke Burgess stepped in when bouncers rushed to the scene.
A bouncer allegedly suffered a cut head when thrown to the ground. The players were handcuffed and detained for eight hours before charges were withdrawn.
Inglis said the World Club Challenge showdown with English Super League champions St Helens on Monday morning Australian time gave the Rabbitohs a chance to cut themselves off from the "hoo-hah" surrounding the affair.

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South Sydney coach Michael Maguire says club has moved on from John Sutton saga
By: Brad Walter - February 17, 2015 - Photo: Getty Images
After years of being asked about the past achievements of South Sydney, Michael Maguire has told his players they have the chance to create some new history for the club by winning the World Club Series.
With their first 20 premierships being won before the World Club Challenge concept was born in 1976 when St Helens played the Roosters in Sydney, the Rabbitohs have never played against a British team for the opportunity to be crowned the code's No.1 club team.
Maguire and the 20-man Souths squad arrived in England late on Monday determined to put behind them the controversy over the arrest of John Sutton and Luke Burgess during a high-altitude training camp in Arizona and reports linking Greg Inglis to French rugby union.

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South Sydney forward Kyle Turner's spinal injury not as serious as initially feared
By: Michael Chammas - February 17, 2015 - Photo: Getty Images
The spinal injury South Sydney forward Kyle Turner suffered playing for the Indigenous All Stars on Friday night isn't as serious as initially feared.
There were concerns the 22-year-old would face an indefinite absence from the game after he was floored by a high tackle from NRL All Stars forward Paul Gallen on the Gold Coast.
But Fairfax Media understands Turner told family and friends on Monday that the injury is not career-threatening, despite a protruding disc on his spine that left him with pins and needles in his arms and hands.
It is hoped Turner, who has had a horror start to his career with head and neck injuries, will make a full recovery and he hasn't given up hope of playing in South Sydney's opening-round clash with the Brisbane Broncos at Suncorp Stadium on Thursday, March 5.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs romp to record win
SMH 23-02-15

Souyh Sydney Rabbitohs thrash St Helens
Telegraph 23-02-15

Maguire: 'We have got to be a better club'
SMH 20-02-15

Rabbitohs to face battle ready St Helens
Telegraph 19-02-15

Souths happy to flight from Arizona drama
Telegraph 18-02-15

Madge, has moved on from Sutton saga
SMH 18-02-15

Kyle Turner's injury not as serious as feared
SMH 17-02-15

Grevsmuhl eyes four trophies in four weeks
Telegraph 17-02-15

Sam Burgess still flying the flag for Souths
SMH 16-02-15

Walker insists premiership won't distract team
SMH 16-02-15

South Kyle Turner out indefinitely injury
Telegraph 16-02-15

Chris Grevsmuhl a name you won't forget
Telegraph 15-02-15

Sutton sin-binned in eventful Souths trial
SMH 15-02-15

Glenn Stewart to play first game in 293 days
Telegraph 14-02-15

Big task ahead for Rabbitohs at St Helens
Telegraph 13-02-15

prop Tim Grant relishing opportunity at Souths
SMH 13-02-15

Eyes on Sutton in return to captaincy for trial
SMH 13-02-15

South Sydney pre-season camp in the US
SMH 08-02-15

Rabbitohs retain the Charity Shield
SMH 08-02-15

Questions ahead of the Charity Shield
Telegraph 06-02-15

Son Craig, Liam Coleman set for NRL
Telegraph 06-02-15

Alex Johnston shadows Greg Inglis at fullback
SMH 05-02-15

Sutton staying at South Sydney Rabbitohs
SMH 03-02-15

GI ready for the pressure of captaincy
SMH 03-02-15

9s Champs,Teammates do it for Issac Luke
SMH 01-02-15

Souths re-sign Adam Reynolds & Luke Keary
SMH 27-01-15

GI could pack down in forwards in all stars
SMH 25-01-15

Rugby throws millions at Greg Inglis
Telegraph 21-01-15

Shane Richo Stand-alone State of Origin
SMH 21-01-15

Shane Richardson to stand down as CEO
SMH 21-01-15

GI replaces Sutton as Rabbitohs skipper
SMH 20-01-15

50 reasons we can't wait for the NRL 13-01-15

Maguire will meet Wanderers coach Popovic
Tele 4-01-15

Rothfield gazes his crystal ball for 2015
Telegraph 28-12-14

Year in review: rugby league's highs & lows
SMH 28-12-14

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

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.
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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