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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
Date
Game Details
Score
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 32 v Dragons 14
ANZ Stadium
Sun 19th Feb @ 4.00pm

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

Round 1 - Fri 3 March
Souths 18 v Tigers 34
Rabbitohs.com - Match Report
Round 2 - Sat 11 March
Sea Eagles 18 v Souths 38
Rabbitohs.com - Match Report
Round 3 - Sat 18 March
Knights 18 v Souths 24
Rabbitohs.com - Match Report
Round 4 - Thu 23 March
Souths 6 v Roosters 20
rabbitohs.com - Match Report
Round 5 - Fri 31 March
Cowboys 20 v Souths 6
rabbitohs.com - Match Report

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

Round 7 - Fri 14 April
Bulldogs 24 v Souths 9
rabbitohs.com - Match Report
Round 8 - Fri 21 April
Souths 24 v Broncos 25
rabbitohs.com - Match Report
Round 9 - Fri 28 April
Souths 8 v Sea Eagles 46
rabbitohs.com - Match Report
Round 10 - Fri 12 May
Tigers 8 v Souths 28
rabbitohs.com - Match Report
Round 11 - Sun 21 May
Souths v Storm
4.30pm WST NIB Stadium

Round 12 - Fri 26 May
Souths v Eels
7.50pm ANZ Stadium
Round 13 - June
BYE
 
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
BYE
 
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
SCG
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
souths.com.au

2017
LAST EVER City / Country Match
Sun 7th May
Highlighs By: "NSWRL"
Country 10 v City 20
3.00pm Glen Willow Reginal Sports Stadium Mudgee

2017 State of Origin
Game 1 - May 31
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
Q'ld - NSW
Game 2 - June 21
8.00pm ANZ Stadium
NSW - QLD
Game 3 - July 12
8.00pm Suncorp Stadium
QLD - NSW
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2017 Round 11
Rabbitohs v Broncos
Sun 21st May
NIB Stadium Perth
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Greg Inglis admits himself to mental health clinic
By: The Daily Telegraph - May 17, 2017 -
THE rugby league world has been rocked with revelations South Sydney star Greg Inglis has admitted himself into a western Sydney rehabilitation centre to deal with mental health issues.
It's understood the 30-year-old checked himself in 10 days ago and will remain in the clinic for three weeks after struggling with family issues.
The Australian and Queensland Origin representative hasn't played since he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the opening round of the season.
Inglis' wife Sally recently moved out of their family home in Sydney's eastern suburbs to be closer to her family in Brisbane.
The injured South Sydney superstar couldn't go with her because of his knee rehabilitation treatment and assistant coaching role at the Rabbitohs.

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Alex Johnston wants to be number one
By: April 26, 2017 - Picture: Gregg Porteous
SOUTH Sydney young gun Alex Johnston is refusing to pledge his future to the Rabbitohs as he looks to secure a long-term fullback role in the NRL.
After bursting onto the scene as one of the game's hottest talents in Souths' 2014 premiership-winning season, Johnston has had to bide his time before getting his hands on the club's famous No. 1 jumper.
It's a jersey worn in the past by the legendary Clive Churchill and, until round one this season, Kangaroos great and Rabbitohs captain Greg Inglis. Before Inglis broke down with a likely season-ending knee injury, Johnston had to make do on the wing, where he'd scored the bulk of his 49 four-pointers at a prolific rate

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Rabbitohs’ Cody Walker keen to emulate hero Preston Campbell
By: Nick Walshaw, April 26, 2017 - Photo: Gregg Porteous
NO PRIZES for guessing who Cody Walker idolised as a kid.
"Yeah, Preston Campbell," the Souths No. 6 says, grinning.
"I remember watching him in 2001, the year he won the Dally M medal at Cronulla. I was thinking, wow, he's the smallest bloke out there and he's still doing things nobody else can.
"Had no fear. either. I really admired that. Preston was about 60 kilos wringing wet he's making linebreaks left, right and centre."
Outstanding for Souths over the opening third of the season, Walker also now sits No. 1 for that same category he so admired in Campbell - linebreaks.

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Josh Reynolds stars as Canterbury down South Sydney 24-9 on Good Friday
By: Christian Nicolussi, April 15, 2017, Picture:
IF Canterbury's Josh Reynolds is the most enthusiastic player in the NRL, George Burgess is fast becoming the grubbiest.
South Sydney's Good Friday turned into Bad Friday as they were dusted up 24-9 by the Reynolds-led Bulldogs, then had Burgess lash out with an ugly forearm on Aiden Tolman just before full-time.
Having already spent a fortnight on the sidelines for striking earlier this season, the young powerhouse prop could face another extended stint on the sidelines.
Canterbury skipper James Graham was overheard screaming "it's his elbow again" as he charged into a melee.
Older brother and Souths skipper Sam Burgess said afterwards: "It didn't look like he connected at all. But what happened a few weeks ago, people will jump on the back

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Could Damien Cook take Robbie Farah's NSW State of Origin jumper too?
By: Adrian Proszenko -
Robbie Farah has long been the best No.9 in the state. But is he the best hooker at his club?
Souths coach Michael Maguire's decision to drop Farah to the bench in favour of Damien Cook has prompted the debate, one that could flow into the State of Origin arena.
Cook is poised to make his representative debut for Country in the last clash with City, giving the speedy dummy half a chance to press his claims for a Blues spot.
"He's [Cook] playing very well," CRL boss Terry Quinn said. "There's a spot for him for Country and he should be very closely monitored by Laurie Daley.

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Robbie Farah the frontrunner to retain NSW Blues Origin jersey but Peter Wallace enters the frame
By: Michael Chammas - MARCH 27, 2017 - Picture
State of Origin is two months away but NSW coach Laurie Daley and his adviser Peter Sterling have already had two selection meetings since round one to compile a list of names under consideration.
Manly brothers Tom and Jake Trbojevic, as well as St George Illawarra forward Paul Vaughan, are among the list of rookies under consideration.
So, too, is veteran Penrith rake Peter Wallace, who has now moved behind incumbent Robbie Farah in the race for the Blues No.9 jersey after a strong start to the season for the Panthers.
NSW have plenty of depth in most positions to cover for injuries, however a shortage of quality hookers means they can't afford an injury to Farah – who has been told by

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Adam Reynolds and Alex Johnston show sympathy as Cyclone Debbie prepares to batter Townsville
By: Adam Pengilly - March 27, 2017 - Picture: Getty
Adam Reynolds can expect no sympathy when he rides into town to take on the king of the north, but there was plenty of love being sent the other way from the Rabbitohs No.7 as an edgy Townsville prepares for the arrival of Cyclone Debbie.
As north Queensland bunkered down for the tropical cyclone's expected shift to landfall by Tuesday morning, the Rabbitohs were more than happy to lend their support to the Cowboys-supporting region before clashing with the 2015 premiers on Friday night.
While there are no plans to shift the NRL match at this stage, the Cowboys were forced to close their office on Monday.
Paul Green's side would wait until Tuesday before making a decision on whether they would be forced to abandon their scheduled training session just three days out from

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Achived News Items

>>> 2017 Rugby League Table <<<
PlydPos
Team
Pts  PlydPos
Team
Pts
11
1
 Storm
16
 
11
9
  Eels
10
11
2
 Sharks
14
 
11
10
  Raiders
8
11
3
 Roosters
14
 
11
11
  Titans
8
11
4
 Broncos
14
 
11
12
  Warriors
8
11
5
 Dragons
12
 
11
13
  Rabbitohs
8
11
6
 Cowboys
12
 
11
14
  Panthers
6
11
7
 Manly
10
 
11
15
  Tigers
6
11
8
 Bulldogs
10
 
11
16
  Knights
4
nrl.com Full Ladder after round 11     (*) = Game in hand
Games played includes byes in the above table



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Tele 26-04-17

Josh Reynolds stars as Canterbury down Souths
Tele 16-04-17

Could Damien Cook take Robbies SOO spot
SMH 3-4-17

Farah front runner for Blues No9
SMH 27-03-17

Adam & Alex show sympathy NQ Cyclone
SMH 27-03-17

Souths outlast gallant Newcastle 24-18
Tele 16-03-17

Maguire devastated over Greg Inglis injury
Tele 07-03-17

Maguire lights fire under big man George Burgess
News.com.au 2-03-17

Farah makes debut in Charity Shield
Tele 14-01-17

Robbie Farah uses plans to drive hygiene van
SMH 29-12-16

GI attempts to unravel Souths in 2016
Tele 26-12-16

South extend Damien Cook to end of 2019
SMH 21-10-16

GI will be thrust into the halves
Tele 26-08-16

Sharks’ woes continues against Souths
The Roar 21-08-16

Souths break losing streak to pump Warriors
The Roar 13-08-16

New coaching staff to rebuild Rabbitohs
Fox 5-08-16

GI will be thrust into the halves
Tele 1-08-16

Madge discusses Crowe-Keary incident
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Broncos big win over Rabbitohs
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Finals hopes take hit with loss to Penrith
CourierMail 9-7-16

BUNNIES LIVEWIRE BRISBANE BOUND?
CourierMail 8-7-16

Finals hopes take hit with loss to Penrith
Tele 25-06-16

Sam Burgess a shadow of player he was,
Tele 24-06-16

Nathan Brown shows he’s far more
Tele 17-06-16

Paul Carter ready to take his chance
NRL.com 08-06-16

Carter extends stay at South Sydney
NRL.com 08-06-16

Sam Burgess most handling errors 2016
Tele 08-06-16

Cody Walker signs new contract with Rabbitohs
Tele 01-06-16

Adam Reynolds to channel inner Joey for Blues
Roar 24-05-16

Adam Reynolds’s from fan to Blues playmaker
Tele 24-05-16

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
Tele 17-05-16

Sam - team 'mentally and physically fatigued'
Tele 14-05-16


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.
Year
Player
Team
2017    
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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