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  • Eddie Farah Links With PMXIII


    Every player has a dream to play representative football, but on the other side of the coin, the men behind the scenes also aspire to work at a higher level, and Rabbitohs Head Physiotherapist Eddie Farah will be getting his chance to impress as he travels to Papua New Guinea with the Prime Minister’s XIII.

  • Rabbitohs Launch Exciting STEM Cup Maths Challenge For Students

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    South Sydney Rabbitohs Rugby League Football Club, in collaboration with the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (AAMT) and LifeJourney have launched a dynamic online maths competition called the South Sydney STEM Cup.

  • Player Gallery: Damien Cook

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    Check out the best 2017 season shots of Damien Cook.

  • John Sutton Re-signs For 2018


    The South Sydney Rabbitohs are delighted to announce the re-signing of local junior John Sutton for the 2018 season, giving him the opportunity to become the first player in the Club’s history to play 300 first grade games in what will be his 15th season playing in the NRL.

  • I Wouldn't Want To Play Anywhere Else

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    John Sutton, the longest serving Rabbitoh in the Club’s history, had no desire to be anywhere but in Redfern in 2018 whilst negotiating his contract.

  • Try It Because It Is Worthwhile: Cleary


    South Sydney legend Michael Cleary played in a time where players wore cotton long sleeve jerseys, footballs were laced in leather, and tries were worth just three points.

  • Top 5: Tacklers

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    Throwing their bodies around the park to defend our line, here are the Top 5 Tacklers of 2017!

  • Students From Remote Aboriginal Communities Visit Rabbitohs HQ


    Souths Cares in partnership with Wanta Aboriginal Corporation hosted a group of 20 Aboriginal high school students yesterday for a VIP tour of the Rabbitohs High Performance Facility.

  • Cody Walker Inspires Young Football Players


    Around 200 people attended the presentation day for the Wellinton Cowboys Junior Rugby League Football Club where Cody Walker from South Sydney Rabbitohs starred as a guest speaker.

  • 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.