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  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 12 - 15
4th Gm  16 Rabbits v Roosters 7:00pm   7 - 14
5th Gm  23 Rabbits v Cowboys 1:05pm 19 -   8

Trial Game
Rabbitohs v Sea Eagles
Campbelltown Stadium
11 Feb 2017 @ 7:30pm
34th Charity Shield 2017
Rabbitohs 32 v Dragons 14
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 18 v Tigers 34 - Match Report
Round 2 - Sat 11 March
Sea Eagles 18 v Souths 38 - Match Report
Round 3 - Sat 18 March
Knights 18 v Souths 24 - Match Report
Round 4 - Thu 23 March
Souths 6 v Roosters 20 - Match Report
Round 5 - Fri 31 March
Cowboys 20 v Souths 6 - Match Report

Round 6 - Fri 7 April
Panthers 20 v Souths 21 - Match Report

Round 7 - Fri 14 April
Bulldogs 24 v Souths 9 - Match Report
Round 8 - Fri 21 April
Souths 24 v Broncos 25 - Match Report
Round 9 - Fri 28 April
Souths 8 v Sea Eagles 46 - Match Report
Round 10 - Fri 12 May
Tigers 8 v Souths 28 - Match Report
Round 11 - Sun 21 May
Souths 6 v Storm 14 - Match Report

Round 12 - Fri 26 May
Souths 16 v Eels 22 - Match Report
Round 13 - June
Round 14 - Fri 9 June
Broncos 24 v Souths 18 - Match Report
Round 15 - Fri 16 June
Souths 36 v Titans 20 - Match Report
Round 16 - June
Round 17 - Sun 2 July
Souths 42 v Panthers 14 - Match Report
Round 18 - Fri 7 Jul
Roosters 14 v Souths 12 - Match Report
Round 19 - Sun 16 July
Souths 10 v Cowboys 23 - Match Report
Round 20 - Fri 21 July
Sharks 26 v Souths 12 - Match Report
Round 21 - Sat 29 Jul
Souths 18 v Raiders 32 - Match Report
Round 22 - Fri 4 Aug
Dragons 24 v Souths 26 - Match Report
Round 23 - Thu 10 Aug
Souths 24 v Bulldogs 18 - Match Report
Round 24 - Fri 18 Aug
Souths 36 v Warriors 18 - Match Report
Round 25 - Sat 26 Aug
Storm 64 v Souths 6 Match Report
Round 26 - Fri 1 Sep
Eels 22 v Souths 16 Match Report
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Sun 7th May
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Country 10 v 20 City
3.00pm Glen Willow Reginal Sports Stadium Mudgee

2017 State of Origin
Game 1 - May 31
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Q'ld 4 - 28 NSW
Game 2 - June 21
8.00pm ANZ Stadium
NSW 16 - QLD 18
Game 3 - July 12
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium

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South Sydney Rabbitohs coach Anthony Seibold to use Google, Harvard to prepare for head-coaching gig
By: Adam Pengilly - SEPTEMBER 7 2017 - Photo: AAP
Anthony Seibold still keeps copies of the Wayne Bennett-inspired handwritten game plans that he once scribbled down at his parents' place in Rockhampton. He hasn't looked at them in a while, but hasn't thrown them out either.
Seibold was doing a teaching degree at the time, wading his way as a player through the Broncos' system - a team he freely admits he was "infatuated" with - when he thought there had to be a way to keep some of the super-coach's teachings. So he wrote some notes.
There's book smarts, and then there's street smarts. The new Rabbitohs coach and university-qualified Seibold hasn't so much as learned the rugby league teaching manual, he's basically good enough to re-write it.
Which is why when Google doesn't uncover much about Seibold, it shouldn't b

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Rabbitohs ease past Bulldogs
By: Martin Gabor, National Correspondent??, ??? - Aug 10, 2017
Having finished with a bang last week, it didn't take the Rabbitohs long to pick up from where they'd left off with Bryson Goodwin strolling over untouched to give the hosts the lead inside six minutes.
Both sides missed golden opportunities to crack the line with Aaron Gray held up when he looked certain to score while Sam Burgess produced a terrific try-saver to deny Josh Reynolds at the other end.
That would prove to be the five-eighth's final involvement for the night with Reynolds forced from the field moments later with a calf injury.
The news got worse for Des Hasler's men when former Bulldog Damien Cook sliced through the markers and linked up with Alex Johnston to send the fullback to the top of the try-scorer list.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs in another loss this time to Raiders 32-18
By: David Polkinghorne - JULY 30 2017 - Picture: AAP
Canberra Raiders debut means Michael Oldfield's move from Penrith Panthers already a success
Scoring on his Canberra Raiders debut means his mid-season switch from Penrith is already a success, but winger Michael Oldfield knows he faces a tough task to keep his spot in the 13 with Jordan Rapana returning from suspension.
Oldfield crossed to score a spectacular try in the Raiders' 32-18 victory over South Sydney on Saturday to have the unusual statistic of scoring in his two NRL games for two different clubs against the same club this season.
The 26-year-old scored in his only appearance for the Panthers in 2017 - against the Rabbitohs at Penrith in round six - before repeating the dose at ANZ Stadium.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire backflips on Damien Cook dumping
By: Adrian Proszenko - JULY 20 2017 -
Embattled South Sydney coach Michael Maguire has backflipped after just one week on his shock decision to drop Damien Cook, recalling the livewire hooker for Friday night's clash with Cronulla.
Cook travelled with the team last weekend to Cairns but was controversially omitted for the North Queensland encounter. The Rabbitohs went into that game with their season on the line but decided the former Bulldogs rake was surplus to requirements.
The loss to the Cowboys has put more pressure on Maguire and the club, which is almost certain to miss out on the finals for a second straight season.
Cook has been one of Souths' most potent attacking weapons this season, his speed from dummy half earning him a City Origin call-up. He was even mooted as a contender for the Blues No.9 jersey that had long been held by teammate Robbie Farah.

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Burgess brothers commit crucial errors as Rabbitohs beaten by Cowboys
By: NICK WALSHAW, - The Daily Telegraph - July 16, 2017
ANOTHER loss. Another Burgess dropped ball.
And so the year for South Sydney slowly rolls on.
Unthinkable three years ago when they won the premiership, the Rabbitohs are now set to miss the playoffs for a second straight season after bumbling their way to another loss, this time against North Queensland in Cairns.
Worse, it was again at the hands, literally, of a Burgess.
Playing from in front after a try to livewire fullback Cody Walker, it was prop Tom Burgess who got under the subsequent Cowboys kick off, charged forward and ... spilled it.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs star Greg Inglis opens up about battle with depression
By: MICHAEL CARAYANNIS EXCLUSIVE - The Sunday Telegraph - July 15, 2017
AN emotional Greg Inglis has told Fox League's Matthew Johns he is continuing to seek treatment for his battle with depression, revealing he had therapy sessions up to four times a day.
In his first interview since admitting himself into a mental health facility in May, the Rabbitohs star opened up about the stigma felt by players if they can't maintain the warrior-like image of an NRL star.
Inglis said he felt isolated from his South Sydney teammates due to the season-ending knee injury he suffered in round one and that tipped him towards breaking point.

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Grand Angus: Crichton hat-trick gets Rabbitohs out of jail
By: Michael Chammas - June 16, 2017 - Pic: Getty Images
Barnstorming South Sydney back-rower Angus Crichton stepped up in the absence of the injured Sam Burgess, bagging a hat-trick to lead the Rabbitohs to a come-from-behind victory on Friday night.
South Sydney overcame a disastrous opening to their clash against the Titans to keep their top-eight hopes alive at ANZ Stadium.
But it was the rampaging performance of Crichton that was the talk of the town, the 21-year-old terrorising the Titans to show why he has been earmarked as a future representative player.
"I've had a lot of time with Angus now," Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire said.

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Milford after he suffered a shoulder injury in Broncos win over Rabbitohs
By: Rikki-Lee Arnold, June 9, 2017 - BEN Hunt's Broncos axing could be short-lived, with Anthony Milford looking at six weeks on the sideline after he dislocated his shoulder in Brisbane's gritty 24-18 win over South Sydney. The star playmaker, who was instrumental in leading the Broncos to victory, suffered the injury just eight minutes out from fulltime, when he fell on his left arm while trying to dive on a loose ball. He was shown just minutes later in the dressing rooms with his arm in a sling. It was a sight no Broncos nor Queensland fan wanted to see. Broncos coach Wayne Bennett confirmed afterwards Milford had dislocated the shoulder and was looking at six weeks out of the game, if not more. "It will be a six week process at least," he said. "We'll see where he is at the end of that and whether he can play the rest of the season

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Rabbitoh NRL Teams
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medal winners

Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
2017 Billy Slater Storm
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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