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Telstra Premiership

Round 1 - Thu 6 Mar
Souths 28 v Roosters 8
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Round 2 Fri 14 Mar
Manly 14 v Souths 12
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Round 3 - Fri 21 Mar
Tigers 25 v Souths 16
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Round 4 - Sun 30 Mar
Souths 12 v Raiders 30
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Round 5 - Sat 5 Apr
Dragons 6 v Souths 26
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Round 6 - Fri 11 Apr
Panthers 2 v Souths 18
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Round 7 - Fri 18 Apr
Souths 14 v Bulldogs 15
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Round 8 - Fri 25 Apr
Broncos 26 v Souths 28
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Round 9 - Sat 10 May
Titans 18 v Souths 40
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Round 10 - Fri 16 May
Souths 14 v Storm 27
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Round 11 - Mon 26 May
Sharks 0 v Souths 18
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Round 12 - Mon 2 Jun
Souths 29 v Dragons 10
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Round 13 - Sat 7 Jun
Souths 34 v Warriors 18
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Round 14 - Fri 13 Jun
Souths 32 v Tigers 10
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Round 15 - 23 Jun
BYE v Souths
Round 16 - Sat- 28 Jun
Cowboys 20 v Souths 18
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Round 17 - Mon 7 Jul
Souths 10 v Titans 14
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Round 18 - 12 - 15 Jul
Souths v BYE
Round 19 - Fri 18 Jul
Eels 12 v Souths 32
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Round 20 - Mon 28 Jul
Raiders 18 v Souths 34
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Round 21 - Sun - 3 Aug
Souths 50 V Knights 10
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Round 22 - Fri-8 Aug
Souths 23 v Manly 4
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Round 23 - Thu 14 Aug
Souths 42 v Broncos 16
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Round 24 - Sat 23 Aug
Souths 10 v Cowboys 22
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Round 25 - Thu 28 Aug
Bulldogs 14 v Souths 21
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Round 26 - Thu 4 Sep
Roosters 22 v Souths 18
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First Week Final - Fri 12 Sep
Manly 24 v Rabbitohs 40
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Preliminary Final - Fri 26 Sep
Rabbitohs 32 v Roosters 22
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Grand Final - Sun 5 Oct
Rabbitohs 30 v Bulldogs 6
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Q'LD 8 v NSW 12
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NSW 6 v QLD 4
Game 3 SOO - 9th Jul 2014
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QLD 32 v NSW 8
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South Sydney fanatic and cancer patient Travis Reardon gets one last wish
By: VERA BERTOLA MACARTHUR CHRONICLE CAMPBELLTOWN OCTOBER 17, 2014 - Photographed at Randwick Children's Hospital.
ONE of the greatest joys in Travis Reardon's short life was to see his beloved South Sydney Rabbitohs finally win the NRL premiership.
The 12-year-old, of Ruse, died last week after a three-year fight with leukaemia.
His funeral on Friday was dominated by red and green, as his family and friends paid tribute to the diehard Rabbitohs supporter.
Travis's beaming face shot to prominence last year on the front page of the Macarthur Chronicle after he was selected by the Starlight Foundation to lead the two NRL grand final teams on to the field and present the rings to the premiers.
Unfortunately, his beloved Rabbitohs had fallen just short of making the final.
Travis's mum, Kellie Reardon, said her son had watched the grand final with all the family.

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Greg Inglis declares his commitment to NRL
By: Steve Mascord - October 17, 2014 - Photo: Getty Images
Greg Inglis has given a besieged sport some respite by declaring he would never break his contract with South Sydney to change codes - but stopped short of guaranteeing to finish his career in rugby league.
But the former Golden Boot winner has already fielded offers from French rugby union and warned rugby league would have to dramatically broaden its national and international base if it hoped to retain other stars.
The decision of current Dally M co-holder Jarryd Hayne to quit the sport immediately in the hope of linking with an NFL franchise dominated discussions as the Australian team for the upcoming Four Nations gathered in Brisbane.
"I made a decision to stay in this game a long time ago," Inglis told reporters at the Australians' Brisbane base.

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Claire Harvey: I have a massive mum-crush on Julie Burgess
By: CLAIRE HARVEY - OCTOBER 12, 2014 - Picture Gregg Porteous
SAM Burgess says he didn't feel the agony of his fractured eye socket and cheekbone during the Grand Final.
Adrenaline? Shock?
No. I reckon it's because his mum was taking the pain for him.
So much has been said about how the four Burgess brothers - Tom, Sam, George and Luke - are incredible athletes individually and a record-setting quartet, the first four-bro act in a century to play simultaneously for an Australian rugby league club.
But for me the most inspiring Burgess, by far, is Julie.
To be a mother of four children, and four boys at that, is an achievement in itself.
To raise those four children with enough commitment and determination to practice any craft at the highest level is an accomplishment.

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Unlocking the secret to South Sydney Rabbitohs' success
By: Daisy Dumas - October 11, 2014 - Photo: Brett Hemmings
Moments before the South Sydney Rabbitohs' historic season win on Sunday were two very different locker room atmospheres.
In one, balls were thrown, tackles practiced, a nervous energy dominating TV images of the Bulldogs' changing room. In the other, relative calm as players sat in a semi-circle of chairs - a team whose energy, at that crucial point, appeared to be focused on the mind.
The men were putting their "mind resilience training" practice to use, tapping into a secret weapon that has, for the first time, contributed to an NRL training stratagem, giving Rabbitohs players an armoury of tools to help conquer distractions, anxiety and pressure. The pioneering program, known as OutOfYourMind, has been so successful that head coach Michael Maguire has confirmed that he will be using the techniques in next season's training regime.
"We lifted performance through mind training. I knew that more focus in that area would give us a strength and it definitely did," Maguire told Fairfax Media. "It had a

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Courage or stupidity: Some of sport's bravest people have their say on playing with injury
By: Daniel Lane - October 11, 2014 - Photo: brfendan-esposito
"Sam Burgess showed so much heart and sacrifice. He just wanted to win and he showed so much determination, it really inspired me. It might sound cliched but he did something I have dreamed of doing ... being tough enough to play on in a grand final with something like a broken face. He's like Rocky. I know Rocky Balboa was a movie character but Sam Burgess was like the real Rocky in the grand final."
Fourteen-year-old Isaac Longmuir was just one of the millions of people who watched Souths forward Sam Burgess defy the pain of having his cheekbone and eye socket broken in the first tackle of the NRL grand final to fight-on and lead the Rabbitohs to their first premiership title in 43 years.
That effort was compared with the legendary tale of John Sattler, who in the 1970 grand final for South Sydney played 77-minutes with a broken jaw.
However, while Burgess and Sattler's efforts were regaled by many as "courageous", there's a school of thought it was reckless and fool-hardy; that they should've been

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Michael Maguire made grand final happen for Rabbitohs, says Russell Crowe
By: Danny Weidler - October 11, 2014 - Photo: Brendan Esposito
Russell Crowe is very much the man of the moment, but when it comes to being the man who delivered Souths their title, he has a firm view on to whom the credit should go.
When I informed him last week Iwanted to do a piece about his impact on the club he was straight to the point.
He thinks the person who took the club to the lofty point it's at is the coach. He wanted no part of the attention and he avoided it in the lead-up to the game, only speaking to praise Nick Pappas.
"Write about Maguire, he's the manwho made the difference," ' Crowe said.
He is correct. Coach Michael Maguire whipped the talent into shape. He challenged his players, the best example being Issac Luke, always a brilliant talent, who was transformed via some tough love.

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Ray Martin says art could imitate life for Russell Crowe and Rabbitohs
By: Brad Walter - October 9, 2014 - Getty Images
As South Sydney fans returned to the site of their famous protests against Rupert Murdoch's News Ltd and the NRL, that helped save the club, television journalist Ray Martin revealed the plot for a potential Hollywood blockbuster he had outlined to Rabbitohs co-owner Russell Crowe after Sunday night's historic grand final win.
I was talking to Russell Crowe and saying if you wrote a script about a working-class club, who won 20 premierships before getting kicked out and then fighting to get back - they take on the most powerful bloke in the country and beat him in the courts - and now have got the best coach, the best manager and the best team ... if you wrote that story for Hollywood, they would say it was unbelievable. But it happened and it happened right here," Martin told the huge crowd assembled at Sydney's Town Hall to see Souths become the first NRL team to receive the keys to the city from lord mayor Clover Moore.

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Souths fanatic Travis gets one last wish
Tele 17-10-14

Inglis declares his commitment to NRL
SMH 17-10-14

A Massive Mum-Crush On Julie Burgess
Tele 12-10-14

Unlocking the secret to South Sydney
SMH 11-10-14

Courage or stupidity: on playing with injury
SMH 11-10-14

Michael Maguire made grand final happen
SMH 11-10-14

life for Russell Crowe and Rabbitohs
SMH 9-10-14

South Sydney win first title in 43 years
SMH 5-10-14

Crowe: Why Nick Pappas is a hero of mine
smh 4-10-14

Crowe can have his cake & NRL title
smh 4-10-14

Title would be Crowe's greatest performance
smh 3-10-14

Api Koroisau like young Cameron Smith
Fox 2-10-14

Run at me, Keary tells Dogs forwards
smh 1-10-14

Issac Luke to miss NRL grand final
smh 1-10-14

Koroisau thrown into deep end
smh 1-10-14

Piggins to bury Russell Crowe hatchet
smh 1-10-14

Luke Keary takes notes from Matty Johns
smh 30-09-14

Russell Crowe staying with Souths
smh 29-9-14

Merritt bids farewell to a stellar career
smh 27-9-14

Merritt bids farewell to a stellar career
smh 24-9-14

Lote Tuqiri the oldest player in the NRL
smh 24-9-14

Souths want to do it for Michael Maguire
smh 24-9-14

Souths heed lessons learned: Maguire
smh 22-9-14

We're primed for clash with Roosters
smh 21-9-14

Reynolds ready to step up for Bunnies
smh 14-9-14

Clive Churchill Heritage Memorabilia
smh 14-9-14

Souths investment in their young players
smh 12-9-14

Maguire finally gets the side he wants
smh 10-9-14

Ultimate League:looks forward to grand final
smh 4-9-14

Arch rivals Rabbitohs and the Roosters
Tele 4-9-14

Burgess says he won't make it personal
Tele 2-9-14

Greg Inglis seeks piece of Rabbitohs legacy
smh 3-9-14

Rabbitoh NRL Teams
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2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 2013 - 2014 -

Clive Churchill
medal winners

Awarded to the man of the match in the
Grand Final.
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 Clive Churchill Medal from the losing Team.
* Title stripped from Team for Breach of Salary Cap.

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