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  • Asotasi Excited For The Future


    Former Rabbitohs captain Roy Asotasi has expressed his excitement for the future of the Club, citing the rise of the next generation of Rabbitohs coming through the Club as a catalyst for change in 2018.

  • Les Brennan: Rabbitoh No. 421


    How much is Premiership glory worth to a Rabbitoh? To John Sattler it was a broken jaw, to Sam Burgess it was a fractured eye socket and to Les Brennan it was a crushed vertebrae.

  • The Falcon’s Call To Members


    Rabbitohs legend Mario Fenech has called on for passionate supporters to show their commitment to the Club and become Members for 2018.

  • Player Gallery: Adam Reynolds

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    Take a look at all the photos from Adam Reynolds 2017 season.

  • On This Day: Sattler Plays With Broken Jaw


    On this day in 1970, Rabbitohs Captain, John Sattler, continued play after sustaining a serious jaw injury three minutes in to the Grand Final against Manly at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

  • The Story Behind The Rabbitohs Warrior


    The Rabbitohs Warrior is a constant presence at ANZ Stadium when Souths are playing. Wearing his iron-clad outfit, Red and Green beard and a showing his fierce love of the Rabbitohs from the Burrow, the Rabbitohs Warrior – real name Larry Gleeson – has an incredible backstory to tell.

  • Top 5: Offloads

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    The Rabbitohs adopted a more enterprising style of football in the second half of 2017, placing an emphasis on offloads and shifts. Here are the Top Five Offloaders of this year.

  • Cody Walker Charity Work

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    Despite it being the off-season, Rabbitohs five-eighth Cody Walker has channelled his dazzling form on the field to his charity work in the off-season, volunteering his time during the break to help inspire the next generation of NRL players.

  • On This Day: Many Great Things Happened

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    On this day, South Sydney Rabbitohs Members can look back on a series of Premiership wins with Souths claiming victory in 1971, 1954 and 1926.

  • I’m Really Proud Of The Boys: Carr


    After his side narrowly missed out on the top eight, Ryan Carr looked back on his first year as NYC head coach with plenty of pride.