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South Sydney Rabbitohs

South Sydney RabbitohsAs one of the two remaining foundation clubs in Australian Rugby League, and with 20 Premierships under their belt, the South Sydney Rabbitohs are the most successful club in Australian Rugby League history. Recent times, however, have seen the Rabbitohs venture near the bottom of the NRL ladder with an exception being in 2007 when South Sydney made its first finals appearance since 1989. Souths have added star Greg Inglis, Dave Taylor and Sam Burgess in recent times as they attempt to once again become a force.

In 2014, with a wave of support behind them, the Rabbitohs won the 2014 Grand Final – defeating the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs 30-6. After finishing third in the regular season the side progressed through the finals competition by beating the Sea Eagles 40-24 in the elimination finals. South Sydney then defeated main rivals the Roosters in the preliminary finals 32-22, gaining them entry to the NRL’s biggest show. The 2014 premiership was the club’s 21st, an NRL record, and the franchise’s first since 1971.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs Articles

Get diving out of the NRL ASAP!

Get diving out of the NRL ASAP!

by , 15 Apr 2015 Video

On Tuesday, Glenn Stewart admitted to taking a dive to get an obstruction penalty in Monday night’s game against North Queensland.

I took a dive, says Souths’ Stewart

by , 14 Apr 2015

South Sydney back-rower Glenn Stewart has admitted he took a dive to deny North Queensland a try during his team’s 30-12 NRL loss on Monday night.

Cowboys spank Souths as Thurston stars

by , 13 Apr 2015

North Queensland superstar Johnathan Thurston will continue to let his football do the talking after putting injury-hit South Sydney to the sword on Monday night.

[VIDEO] South Sydney Rabbitohs vs North Queensland Cowboys highlights: NRL scores, blog

[VIDEO] South Sydney Rabbitohs vs North Queensland Cowboys highlights: NRL scores, blog

by , 13 Apr 2015 Popular article!

The North Queensland Cowboys will be keen to keep their new-found form going when they travel to ANZ Stadium at Homebush to take on competition powerhouse the South Sydney Rabbitohs. Join The Roar for our live scores and coverage from 6:45pm (AEST).

No investigation, NRL assures Souths

by , 13 Apr 2015

South Sydney CEO John Lee says the NRL has confirmed the club and its chairman Nick Pappas are not under investigation over a reference Pappas wrote.

Five questions from the NRL’s not-so-Good Friday

Five questions from the NRL’s not-so-Good Friday

by , 7 Apr 2015 Popular article!

Rugby league – a sport that’s never too far away from scandal at the best of times – was once again in the headlines for all the wrong reasons over Easter, due to the Bulldogs versus Rabbitohs game being marred by an extremely controversial finish.

Bulldogs captain James Graham facing five-week ban

by , 7 Apr 2015

Canterbury captain James Graham is facing up to five weeks suspension as one of four Bulldogs charged in the wake of their controversial loss to premiers South Sydney.

Hooliganism tarnishes Good Friday clash

Hooliganism tarnishes Good Friday clash

by , 4 Apr 2015

Instead of talking about a tremendous contest between two of the most exciting teams in the competition, we are discussing hooliganism following the behaviour of a minority of Canterbury Bulldogs fans at Friday Night’s game.

Bulldogs snatch defeat from jaws of victory

Bulldogs snatch defeat from jaws of victory

by , 4 Apr 2015

For 70 minutes I was almost certain this article would be about how both the Eels and Bulldogs have established a blueprint to beat the defending premiers. And then the match exploded.

Souths star Adam Reynolds facing long spell out

by , 4 Apr 2015

South Sydney halfback Adam Reynolds is facing a long stint on the sidelines after sustaining suspected knee ligament damage in the Rabbitohs’ heart-stopping 18-17 win over Canterbury.


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