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2017 Downer Nines Pools draw
  Hunua Pool:  Rabbitohs - Cowboys - Roosters - Raiders
  Pihu Pool:    Warriors - Dragons - Eels - Sea Eagles
  Waiheke Pool:  Sharks - Titans - Panthers - Bulldogs
  Rangitoto Pool:  Tigers - Broncos - Storm - - Knights

NRL Downer Auckland Nines 2017
Eden Park Auckland Feb Sat 4th & Sun 5th
Game Details
4th Gm  8 Rabbits v Raiders 3:05pm
4th Gm  16 Rabbits v Roosters 7:00pm  
5th Gm  23 Rabbits v Cowboys 1:05pm  

Trial Game
Rabbitohs v Sea Eagles
Campbelltown Stadium
11 Feb 2017 @ 7:30pm
34th Charity Shield 2017
Rabbitohs 0 v Dragons 0
ANZ Stadium
Sun 19th Feb @ 4.00pm

Trial Game
Titans v Rabbitohs
Pizzey Park Gold Coast
Feb 2017 @ 5:00pm
2017 NRL
Telstra Premiership

Round 1 - Fri 3 March
Souths v Tigers
8.05pm ANZ Stadium
Round 2 - Sat 11 March
Sea Eagles v Souths
5.30pm Brookvale Oval
Round 3 - Sat 18 March
Knights v Souths
4.30pm McDonalds Jones Stadium
Round 4 - Thu 23 March
Souths v Roosters
ANZ Stadium
Round 5 - Fri 31 March
Cowboys v Souths
7.05pm 1300SMILES Stadium

Round 6 - Fri 7 April
Panthers v Souths
Pepper Stadium [Away]

Round 7 - Fri 14 April
Bulldogs v Souths
ANZ Stadium [Away]
Round 8 - Fri 21 April
Souths v Broncos
ANZ Stadium
Round 9 - Fri 28 April
Souths v Sea Eagles
6.00pm ANZ Stadium
Round 10 - Fri 12 May
Tigers v Souths
7.50pm ANZ Stadium [Away]
Round 11 - Sun 21 May
Souths v Storm
4.30pm NIB Stadium

Round 12 - Fri 26 May
Souths v Eels
7.50pm ANZ Stadium
Round 13 - June
Round 14 - Fri 9 June
Broncos v Souths
7.50pm Suncorp Stadium
Round 15 - Fri 16 June
Souths v Titans
7.50pm ANZ Stadium
Round 16 - June
Round 17 - Sun 2 July
Souths v Panthers
4.00pm ANZ Stadium
Round 18 - Fri 7 Jul
Roosters v Souths
Allianz Stadium
Round 19 - Sun 16 July
Souths v Cowboys
4.00pm Cairns Stadium [Home]
Round 20 - Fri 21 July
Sharks v Souths
7.50pm Southern Cross Group Stadium
Round 21 - Jul
Souths v Raiders
ANZ Stadium
Round 22 - Aug
Dragons v Souths
Round 23 - Aug
Souths v Bulldogs
ANZ Stadium
Round 24 - Aug
Souths v Warriors
ANZ Stadium
Round 25 - Aug
Storm v Souths
AAMI Stadium
Round 26 - Sep
Eels v Souths
ANZ Stadium [Away]

All match reports courtesy

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 4 - Q'ld 6
Game 2 - June 22
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
NSW 16 - QLD 26
Game 3 - July 13
8.00pm ANZ Stadium
NSW 18 V QLD 14
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11th February
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Robbie Farah to make South Sydney Rabbitohs debut in Charity Shield
By: Christian Nicolussi - Jan 14, 2017 - Redfern Oval
ROBBIE Farah was all smiles on Friday but it should be the South Sydney faithful who are happy knowing their new star recruit is definitely on track to play in the club's season opener.
Farah's suffered an injury setback before Christmas when he tore his biceps muscle.
But the veteran hooker has recovered quickly and impressed plenty of his new teammates at Redfern since he was forced out of his beloved Wests Tigers.
The Tigers await Farah in round one, which will be one of the most intriguing storylines leading into the opening weekend.
Coach Michael Maguire confirmed Farah would definitely feature in the Charity Shield against St George Illawarra on February 19, but remained unsure if he would also play a week earlier in a trial against Manly at Campbelltown Sports Stadium.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs star Robbie Farah uses plans to drive hygiene van for Sydney's homeless as distraction from injury
By: Adam Pengilly, DECEMBER 29 2016 - Photo: Supplied
Just for a few days over Christmas, Robbie Farah forgot about the countdown clock telling him he has just a little more than two months to be fit for the grudge match on the opening weekend of the NRL season.
And instead started thinking about what it would be like to jump behind the wheel of a truck that plans to provide showers and toilet facilities for Sydney's homeless.
It might sound fanciful one of the NRL's highest-paid and highest-profile stars rolling through the back streets and alleyways of the city aiding its most in need, but for Farah it has been a distraction. A welcome one at that.
"It puts things into perspective," Farah said. "I know for myself personally you get upset about losing a footy game or playing poorly or being injured,

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Greg Inglis attempts to unravel why things went wrong at Souths in 2016
By: Michael Carayannis, December 25, 2016 Photo: Gregg Porteous
GREG Inglis knew something was not right at South Sydney.
He labelled the problems as a "distraction" and "noise" which unsettled the Rabbitohs as the failed to qualify for the finals for the first time since 2011.
The South Sydney skipper could not put his finger on exactly what was causing the rumblings but by the time the team turned it around by winning their final four matches it was too late.
"Looking back on the season there was a lot of noise and a lot of distractions away from footy behind the scenes of the club itself," Inglis said.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs extend hooker Damien Cook's contract until end of 2019
By: Adrian Proszenko - October 21, 2016 - Photo: Mark Kolbe
South Sydney have knocked back Damien Cook's request for a release from his contract to instead extend it until the end of 2019.
In an indication Cook is considered the long-term hooker at the Rabbitohs, the club has upgraded and extended his deal to ensure he stay put for three more years, which is a season longer than the contract of NSW rake Robbie Farah.
The acquisition of Farah, who was released from the final year of his Wests Tigers contract, raised question marks over the future of Cook. The former Dragons and Bulldogs dummy half then received a lucrative offer to join Cronulla next season, where he would be the starting No.9. Fearing he would be stuck behind Farah at Redfern, Cook was hopeful of a release in order to become the long-term replacement for Michael Ennis at the premiers.

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Adam Reynolds part of Rabbitohs' long-term plans
By: Christian Nicolussi, Michael Carayannis, Rebecca Wilson, - August 26, 2016 - Photo: Brett Costello
PARRAMATTA or any other rival NRL club hoping to prize Adam Reynolds away from Redfern early have been told to back off.
South Sydney chief executive Shane Richardson has slammed as "{absolute rubbish" the growing speculation that Reynolds would ditch the club with a season remaining on his contract.
And in good news for South Sydney fans, Richardson is determined for his -Origin No. 7 to remain with the club beyond next year.
SPORT CON 1: Beast Mode hits Redfern
SPORT CON 2: Canberra free to clap on
Reynolds' happiness at Souths has been questioned on more than one occasion this season.

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Sharks’ woes continues against Souths
By: James MacSmith, 23 Aug 2016 - The Roar -
Cronulla's late-season slump has continued with a 12-6 loss to a Cody Walker-inspired South Sydney at ANZ Stadium.
Walker starred for the Rabbitohs on Monday night alongside Sam Burgess and Nathan Brown as they handed the Sharks their third successive loss, and made their winning streak of 15 a distant memory.
Missing captain Paul Gallen to a calf injury, the Sharks looked sluggish for much of the contest on a cold and wet night.
In the absence of Adam Reynolds, who left the field with a concussion in the 26th minute, Walker led the Rabbitohs with aplomb and scored one of their two tries.
Souths five-eighth Walker scored the only try of the first half when he dashed under the posts from close range in the 33rd minute.

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Souths break losing streak to pump Warriors in Auckland
By: John Coomer, 13 Aug 2016 - The Roar -
Souths have snapped a nine-match losing streak and restored some pride with a 41-22 thumping of the Warriors tonight at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland.
The loss sees the Warriors drop out of the top eight, and also did some damage to their for and against, which may end up costing them a semi-final spot at the end of Round 26.
The match was effectively over at half-time, with Souths turning in a first half performance that their fans have been craving all season, to head into the sheds leading 31-6 at the break.
The Warriors opened the scoring with Solomone Kata barging over the try line from close range in the opening minutes, but after that it was one-way traffic as the Rabbitohs ran in five

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Rabbitoh NRL Teams
2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 2009 -
2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015 - 2016

Clive Churchill
medal winners

Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
2016 Luke Lewis Sharks
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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