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2014 Round 26
Roosters v Rabbitohs
Allianz Stadium   -   Thu 4th September 7.45pm

Sam Burgess says he won’t make it personal when South Sydney go up against the Roosters this weekend
By: PAUL CRAWLEY - SEPTEMBER 02, 2014 - Photo:
THEY are two of the biggest superstars in the game who will collide for perhaps the final time in their rugby league careers on Thursday night.
But South Sydney enforcer Sam Burgess opened up about why he won't go out to make it personal with Sonny Bill Williams when the Rabbitohs take on the Roosters - and it all goes back to the trouble the big Englishman found himself in this time last year.
Burgess revealed on Monday after returning from last year's Rugby League World Cup he decided to clean up his game following a series of unsavoury and dangerous on field incidents.
"Obviously I had to be careful this year (because of his judiciary record)," Burgess explained.

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Burgess keeping a lid on his frustrations
By: Ian McCullough - September 1, 2014 -
Sam Burgess has put his sensational form for South Sydney this year down to not getting involved in personal battles with rival players.
The Rabbitohs' superstar is in the running to become the first forward to win the Dally M Medal since Cronulla's Gavin Miller 1989, and credits this to keeping a lid on his frustrations.
The Englishman, who will return home to play rugby at the end of this season following a hugely successful four-year stint in the NRL, had earned a reputation of the wrong sort following some incidents in 2013.
His infamous 'squirrel grip' on Melbourne's Will Chambers earned him a two-match ban and widespread condemnation.
He was also involved in a running battle with Sydney Roosters five-eighth James Maloney last year where he appeared to deliberately poke his finger in the

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Issac Luke feared he may have suffered neck injury in Michael Ennis tackle
By: Michael Chammas - September 1, 2014 - Getty Images
South Sydney will argue that Issac Luke feared he could have suffered a serious neck injury when he lashed out at Michael Ennis last Thursday night.
Luke will front the NRL judiciary on Tuesday night, a day earlier than the scheduled meeting because of the short turnaround to Thursday night's clash with the Roosters, in a bid to escape suspension for dangerous contact on the Bulldogs skipper.
However, Souths also risk losing Luke for the first week of the finals if they fail to convince the judiciary of his innocence.
Fairfax Media understands Luke feared for his safety after he was placed into an awkward position by Ennis, causng him to try to kick out of the tackle.
Ennis managed to hold Luke for an extended period with his neck bent into the ground and his legs in the air, placing extra pressure on Luke's neck by pushing down

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Judiciary could decide Souths dilemma
By: James MacSmith - August 29, 2014 -
The NRL match review committee could solve what South Sydney coach Michael Maguire has termed a "very good" dilemma ahead of their crunch final round clash with arch rivals the Sydney Roosters.
Captain John Sutton is set to return from a knee injury for the round 26 match with the premiers on Thursday, leaving Maguire with a headache over his halves pairing following Adam Reynolds' and Luke Keary's match winning efforts in the 21-14 win over Canterbury.
But with Reynolds facing a dangerous throw charge, emanating from a second half tackle on Moses Mbye, the choice could be made for Maguire.
Issac Luke faces scrutiny too after also being placed on report early in the match for lashing out at Bulldogs hooker Michael Ennis in the play the ball.
Maguire described Sutton as "touch and go" to take the field against the world champions.

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Reynolds, Burgess star in Souths win
By: James MacSmith - August 29, 2014 - Photo: Getty Images
A late Lote Tuqiri try, coupled with an Adam Reynolds field goal, has helped South Sydney secure a vital 21-14 win in a niggling NRL clash with Canterbury at ANZ Stadium on Thursday night.
The Bulldogs enjoyed the ascendancy for much of the contest, and Souths didn't hit the lead until a Reynolds long ball put the dual-international over in the 73rd minute.
Reynolds had forced a line drop out for a repeat set after Trent Hodkinson kicked out on the full to give the Rabbitohs valuable field position.
The Bunnies' halfback converted Tuqiri's try from the sideline, landed a penalty goal minutes later and then sealed the win with a 78th minute field goal.
The win pushes Souths to the top of the NRL ladder, while the Bulldogs are yet to be assured of a finals spot.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs backed to end 43-year NRL title wait after receiving 40% of fan votes
By: DEAN RITCHIE - AUGUST 27, 2014
THE gut-wrenching 43-year drought is finally about to break - the Rabbitohs are ready to win their first NRL premiership since 1971.
South Sydney - preparing for Thursday night's massive match against Canterbury at ANZ Stadium - attracted overwhelming support to claim this year's title in a Daily Telegraph online fan poll.
More than 40 per cent of the 10,000 respondents claimed Souths would create history by securing this season's competition.
The Rabbitohs were clear winners from Manly (27.2 per cent) and then the Sydney Roosters (10.2). No other side was in double figures.
The Daily Telegraph will publish the full poll results on Friday.

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Dylan Walker thrilled to be playing alongside childhood hero Lote Tuqiri
By: Michael Carayannis - August 23, 2014 -
As a bright-eyed 10-year-old, Dylan Walker was too shy to ask Lote Tuqiri for a photo. While Tuqiri won't remember their brief encounter a decade ago, Walker hasn't let the memory slip of the time he met his idol.
"I remember going to a rugby union clinic at Coogee Oval when I was 10," Walker said. "He was there and a big name back then. He was a big boy. I was a big rugby union supporter when I was younger. Seeing Lote was a special moment. It was surreal. Seeing a player of his calibre there and getting to play with him now is awesome.
"It was just awesome seeing him. I've mentioned it to him a couple of times. I probably would've got something signed on a piece of paper. I was a shy kid and didn't want to ask too much from someone. [He is] a big icon to me."

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Achived News Items

>>> 2014 Rugby League Table <<<
PlydNo
Team
Pts   PlydNo
Team
Pts
25
1
 Sea Eagles
36
 
25
9
  Warriors
28
25
2
 Rabbitohs
34
 
25
10
  Eels
28
25
3
 Roosters
34
 
25
11
  Dragons
26
25
4
 Panthers
32
 
25
12
  Knights
22
25
5
 Cowboys
30
 
25
13
  Tigers
22
25
6
 Storm
30
 
25
14
  Titans
20
25
7
 Bulldogs
30
 
25
15
  Raiders
18
25
8
 Broncos
28
 
25
16
  Sharks
14
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NEWS
Burgess says he won’t make it personal
Tele 2-9-14

Sam keeping a lid on his frustrations
smh 1-9-14

Luke feared neck injury in Ennis tackle
smh 1-9-14

Judiciary could decide Souths dilemma
smh 29-8-14

Reynolds, Burgess star in Souths win
smh 29-8-14

Rabbitohs backed to end 43-year wait
Tele 27-8-14

Dylan thrilled with childhood hero Lote
smh 23-8-14

Sam supports Save Our Sons MND
Tele 21-8-14

GI the modern-day Clive Churchill
Tele 16-8-14

Captaincy brings out best in Greg Inglis
smh 15-8-14

Rabbitohs demolish Brisbane Broncos
smh 15-8-14

Q'ld lost services of Souths gun Luke Keary
Tele 14-8-14

Rabbitohs team to beat, says Broncos coach
smh 13-8-14

Why Sam Burgess holds the key
smh 13-8-14

Lote, Souths backs as talented as any
smh 13-8-14

Souths accept two-week ban for G Burgess
smh 12-8-14

Souths look ready to end 43-year drought
smh 12-8-14

Maguire delighted with Adam-Luke combo
smh 9-8-14

Big Sam urges Rabbitohs to stay humble
smh 9-8-14

Luke Keary gives Souths an x-factor
Tele 8-8-14

Rabbitohs new premiership favourites
smh 8-8-14

Inglis dismisses Bennett's claims
smh 5-8-14

Big guns back for table-top NRL clash
smh 5-8-14

Greg Inglis values South Sydney glory
smh 5-8-14

Rabbitohs beat Knights 50-10in Cairns
Tele 3-8-14

Souths premiership hand with Knights win
smh 3-8-14

AJ sets record straight following no-show
smh 3-8-14

Sam Burgess half a chance to play Knights
smh 31-7-14

Keary gets tick from Slamming Sam
smh 31-7-14

Luke Keary ready to step in for John Sutton
smh 31-7-14

John Sutton out for six, Burgess OK
smh 29-7-14

Sam feared NRL career was over
smh 29-7-14

Maguire mulls Adam Reynolds hooker
smh 25-7-14

Sam proves he's in a different league
smh 24-7-14


Clive Churchill
medal winners

Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
Year
Player
Team
2014    
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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