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  • 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.

  • On This Day: The Miracle Of '55's Dramatic Finish


    On this day, 1955: After their incredible nine game end of season run and having come from behind in both their semi-finals it looked unlikely that South's fairy tale would end happily on Grand Final day... But a single point sealed the fairy tale finish.