Bryson Goodwin joins the Rabbitohs in 2013 after finishing a four-year stint with the Bulldogs. A New Zealand international, Goodwin will be keen to find the form which had him entrenched in the Bulldogs’ backline in 2012 before suffering injury. Bryson is the father of one-year-old son Drea.
Junior club: Gymea Gorillas
Place of birth: Parkes, NSW
Representative honours: Four Tests for New Zealand (2009); Four Nations (2009)
Previous clubs and years: Sharks (2007-08); Bulldogs (2009-12)
First grade debut: Sharks vs Titans, Toyota Stadium, 25 August 2007 (Rd 24)
Rabbitohs debut: Rabbitohs vs Sharks, ANZ Stadium, 18 March 2013 (Rd 2)
First Grade Games: 86 (9 for the Rabbitohs)
First Grade Tries: 38 (5 for the Rabbitohs)
First Grade Goals: 111 (0 for the Rabbitohs)
First Grade Points: 374 (20 for the Rabbitohs)
What do you like to do outside of football: Play golf, surf and spend time with family.
What do you remember about your debut game: Getting tripped over on my first run.
What are your goals in Rugby League: To win a Grand Final.
What's the best advice you've received from someone: Keep working hard and don't give up.
What was your first job: Working at the airport.
What are you reading at the moment: Russell Brand's book.
Favourite book: Escobar.
What is your favourite place to go on holiday: Hawaii.
Where is one place in the world you want to go, but are yet to travel to: Alaska.
Which actor would play you best in a movie: Colin Farrell.
Which meal do you cook best: Rissotto.
What could you not live without: Family and my phone.
What was your best subject at school: Maths.
Earliest football memory: Playing in the backyard with my brothers.
Best moment in your Rugby League career so far: Playing for New Zealand.
Moment that changed your career: Going to the Bulldogs.
What advice do you have for junior Rugby League players: Train hard and believe.
What's on your bucket list? (Barbara V. – Member # 38394): Travel, particularly to Las Vegas.
Who is the most inspirational player or person on your career and how have they positively affected your football? (Kortlee M. – Member # 2351): My parents.
What is your greatest achievement outside of Rugby league so far? (Steve W. - Member # 28030): Birth of my son.
Of all the past South Sydney players, who are the top three you would liked to have played with? (Drew S. – Member # 36922): John Sattler, Bob McCarthy and Clive Churchill.
What transforms a group of athletes into a strong united team? (Bill K. – Member # 27210): Becoming friends and being close with each other.
What does it mean to you to wear the red and green of South Sydney (John G. – Member # 29026): It means a lot. There's a lot of history in the Club so it's an honour.
Who were your favourite players when you were a kid (Nik J. – Member # 1914): Laurie Daley.
What would winning Souths' 21st premiership mean to you (Philip C. – Member # 14140): Everything. It would be my first and South Sydney's 21st.
Who is the biggest pest in the team and why (Kieran H. – Member # 349): Bully - Issac Luke.
What is the funniest thing you've seen or heard on a football field? (Scott - Member # 5475): Someone's pants coming off.
At the end of your football career, what would you like to be remembered for as a Rabbitohs player? (Anthony D. - Member # 12410): A dedicated player who always performed.