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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
Game Details
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
Match Report
Round 13 - Sat 5th June
Souths 28 v Titans 29
Match Report
Round 14 - Fri 10th June
Tigers 30 v Souths 14
Match Report
Round 15 - Fri 17th June
Souths 12 v Eels 30
Match Report
Round 16 - Fri- 24th June
Panthers 28 v Souths 26
Match Report
Round 17 - Sun 3 July
Souths 0 v Cowboys 20
Match Report
Round 18 -
Souths v BYE
Round 19 - Sat 16th July
Souths 10 v Broncos 30
Match Report
Round 20 - Mon 25 July
Souths 12 v Manly 20
Match Report
Round 21 - Sun 31 Jul
Souths V Raiders
2:00pm ANZ Stadium
Round 22 - Sat 6 Aug
Storm v Souths
7:30pm AAMI Stadium
Round 23 - Sat 13 Aug
Warriors v Souths
7:30PM AEST Mt Smart Stadium
Round 24 - Mon 22 Aug
Souths v Sharks
7:00pm ANZ Stadium
Round 25 - Sun 28 Aug
Knights v Souths
4:00pm Hunter Stadium
Round 26 - Fri 2 Sep
Bulldogs v Souths
7:50pm ANZ Stadium (Away)

First Week Final - Sep

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Match Report

Preliminary Final th Sep
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1300Smiles Stadium

Preliminary Final th Sep
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Suncorp Stadium

Grand Final Oct
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ANZ Stadium

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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Souths coach Michael Maguire discusses Russell Crowe-Luke Keary incident
By: Staff writers, FOX SPORTS - July 21, 2016 - Picture:
SOUTH Sydney coach Michael Maguire admits it was a mistake to take his players to Russell Crowe's farm for a pre-season bonding trip.
Crowe and playmaker Luke Keary were involved in an infamous bust-up at the Hollywood star's Nana Glen property at the start of this year.
Keary ended up ordering a taxi at 2.30am after being told to leave following a verbal altercation between him and Crowe, in which the latter told the Rabbitohs half, "you didn't earn your money last season."
By the time the story broke in several media outlets, the pair insisted they had patched up their differences, while Souths officials claimed the incident was a minor blip on the radar on what was otherwise a successful weekend.

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Brisbane Broncos toss Origin monkey with big win over South Sydney Rabbitohs
By: James Phelps, - July 16, 2016 - Photo:
SAM Burgess shrugged and shook his head.
"It's not great is it?" said the Souths Sydney captain when asked about the nightmare that continued for the Rabbitohs when the Broncos flogged them 30-10.
"Losing games? It's not great."
Burgess' summation of South Sydney is gross understatement.
Not great? No, it is nothing short of unexplainable. Premiers just two years ago, the Rabbitohs were sent into a battle to avoid the wooden spoon when Corey Oates scored a double and James Roberts a screamer to send them crashing to their sixth straight defeat.

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State of Origin: Greg Inglis reflects on the moments that have shaped him
By: Travis Meyn - July 9, 2016 - Picture:
THIS is the Greg Inglis you have never seen.
His dark brown eyes, that have scared many an opponent into submission, suddenly have a glassy look come over them.
Inglis sits back in his chair, takes a deep breath and for a rare time gives a glimpse of the man hidden behind his imposing figure.
"Mate, it was difficult," he says.
Inglis' bravado is brought down when the name Phillip Hughes is mentioned.
Inglis and Hughes grew up together in Macksville on the north coast of NSW.
They were born just over a year apart, kicked footballs and played backyard cricket.

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By: Peter Badel, Chris Garry, Travis Meyn and Rikki-Lee Arnold - July 8, 2016 -
Welcome to The Inside Mail: Home of all the hottest NRL news and gossip.
ANOTHER crisis has hit strife-torn Souths with key playmaker Cody Walker set to sensationally renege on his new Rabbitohs deal to join the Broncos over a pay dispute.
The Inside Mail can reveal Walker will sign with Brisbane within days unless the Rabbitohs come to the party with an urgent upgrade for the 26-year-old.
Walker will decide his future next week, just days before Souths' clash with the Broncos at ANZ Stadium.
The Rabbitohs are already battling drama on several fronts with centre Kirisome Auva'a facing a 12-week drug ban and forward utility Paul Carter fighting for his NRL career after an off-field indiscretion.

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South Sydney's finals hopes take another hit with loss to Penrith
By: Christian Nicolussi - June 25, 2016 - Picture: Telegraph
Mark down a cold, windy night at the foot of the mountains when Souths' 2016 campaign was officially buried.
The biggest concern was the fact their two superstars - Greg Inglis and Sam Burgess - tried their absolute guts out, and still couldn't inspire their teammates.
Souths remain stranded on 12 competition points.
Should they lose to North Queensland next Sunday in Cairns, find another team to barrack for. You could do worse and jump on the Penrith bandwagon.
Bunnies coach Michael Maguire wasn't thinking about a pre-September exit.

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Rabbitohs star Sam Burgess is a shadow of the player he was, and his team need him to deliver
By: PAUL CRAWLEY, June 24, 2016 Picture: Telegraph
IF South Sydney are to make a charge for this year's finals series it needs to start against Penrith tonight. And Sam Burgess has to step up and lead the way. He can't leave it any longer.
At his best the 27-year-old is one of the most feared and courageous forwards the game of rugby league has seen. No one could ever question that.
But we are entitled to question his form in 2016.
When the giant Englishman announced he was returning to the NRL the talk was Burgess would earn the richest contract in the game's history. Reports suggested it

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Nathan Brown shows he's far more than a thug in South Sydney's loss to Parramatta
By: Matt Logue, - June 17, 2016 - Picture: Telegraph
SAY what you want about Nathan Brown and his questionable on-field antics, but the bloke can play football.
In a week where Brown was labelled the NRL's biggest thug following a series of stray legs and forearms, the Fairfield-born forward responded in style to be one of South Sydney's shining lights on an otherwise forgettable night against Parramatta.
In a standout 51-minute stint off the bench, the hard-running utility scored a crucial first half try, ran for 108 metres and consistency tested the Eels' defence.
It was an impressive performance that proved Brown doesn't need to use over the top aggression to be effective.

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Rabbitohs Paul Carter ready to take his chance when he runs out against Wests Tigers
By: PAUL KENT - June 8, 2016 - Picture:
DAVID Fairleigh's father did not like the rooster. The bird was mean and vicious.
To be sure, Trevor Fairleigh was an animal lover with a small menagerie of cats and dogs and exotic birds and, in the big backyard, chickens, and somehow they all found a way to cohabit with barely a feather or furball tossed up in anger.
Except for the rooster. He roamed the backyard unfriendly and unloved.
So Trevor Fairleigh wanted the rooster gone and he had a nice sharp axe to do the job and a hot oven that would complete it, but he also had a problem.

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Sam Burgess most handling errors 2016
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Adam Reynolds to channel inner Joey for Blues
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Adam Reynolds’s from fan to Blues playmaker
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Reynolds says he is ready to play SOO
Tele 20-05-16

Sam Burgess preparing to play the Dragons
Tele 19-05-16

Alex Johnston or Cody Walker for the No. 1
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Sam - team 'mentally and physically fatigued'
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Who is the greatest goalkicker of all time?
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GI sparks courageous comeback against Eels
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McCarthy: "Souths whingers should "P**s off!"
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GI admits his 2016 performances hasn't been good
Tele 2-05-16

NRL 2016: Wests Tigers beat South Sydney Rabbitohs
Tele 29-04-16

Keeping a lid on the aggression of Sam Burgess
Tele 22-04-16

Adam Reynolds to visit specialist for second time
Tele 22-04-16

Rabbitohs consider moving GI to centres
Courier Mail 22-04-16

Greg Inglis still struggling to hit his best
SundayTele 17-04-16

Lame forwards reason club going backwards
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Rabbitohs consider moving GI to centres
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NQ ruthless in brutal bashing of Rabbitohs
Tele 16-04-16

Blake Solly Appointed as Rabbitohs CEO
NRL 13-04-16

Round 7: Adam Reynolds to return?
Tele 10-04-16

GI nothing is ever enough for some fans
Tele 08-04-16

Cody Walker making the most of chance
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Dylan Walker set to confront Rabbitohs
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Rabbitohs in Good Friday blitzing
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Sam's absence puts a full-sized field behind
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Alex Johnston benefits from oldest NRL formula
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Sam Burgess to return against Manly Round 5
Tele 21-03-16

Adam Reynolds facing two more months out
smh 21-03-16

Sam Burgess - Wally Lewis-like aura about him
Tele 12-03-16

Rabbitohs rout struggling Knights
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Rabbitoh NRL Teams
2003 - 2004 - 2005 - 2006 - 2007 - 2008 2009 -
2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 - 2015

Clive Churchill
medal winners

Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
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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