Dave Tyrrell will be fighting hard to earn a spot in the Rabbitohs forward pack in 2013, having originally joined the Rabbitohs as a Toyota Cup player in 2008 as a winger. Tyrrell is a Superman nut, having the Superman ‘S’ tattooed over his heart. He is also well known off the field for his 140-character movie reviews on Twitter.
Junior club: Easts Tigers
Place of birth: Brisbane, QLD
Representative honours: QLD under 19s
First grade debut: Rabbitohs vs Panthers, ANZ Stadium, 10 July 2009 (Rd 18)
Rabbitohs debut: Rabbitohs vs Panthers, ANZ Stadium, 10 July 2009 (Rd 18)
First Grade Games: 82 (82 for the Rabbitohs)
First Grade Tries: 2 (2 for the Rabbitohs)
First Grade Points: 8 (8 for the Rabbitohs)
Under 20s Games: 23 (23 for the Rabbitohs)
Under 20s Tries: 3 (3 for the Rabbitohs)
Under 20s Points: 12 (12 for the Rabbitohs)
What do you like to do outside of football: Watch movies.
Community activities: Souths Cares Teachers' Aide program.
Education: Electrical trade.
What do you remember about your debut game: Pretty sure I gave away a penalty but we won the game.
What's the best advice you've received from someone: You'll never know if you don't try.
What was your first job: Mowing lawns.
Favourite book: Superman comic books.
Favourite song/album on your iPod: Kryptonite - Three Doors Down.
What is your favourite place to go on holiday: Las Vegas.
Where is one place in the world you want to go, but are yet to travel to: Germany.
Which actor would play you best in a movie: Christopher Reeves.
Which meal do you cook best: Crumbed chicken and roasted vegetables.
What could you not live without: TV.
What was your best subject at school: Maths.
What was your worst subject at school: Biology.
If you were not a footballer what would you be doing: Electrician.
Earliest football memory: In under 7s, I thought I had scored a try but I actually had just run out.
Best moment in your Rugby League career so far: Playing in a semi final.
Moment that changed your career: Moving to Sydney.
What advice do you have for junior Rugby League players: Never die wondering. Always give your best.
Which of the young players at the Rabbitohs has the most potential and why: Luke Keary. Good kid and he's driven.
What's on your bucket list? (Barbara V. – Member # 38394): Be in a movie.
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. Driving me to footy when I was a kid.
What is your greatest achievement outside of Rugby League so far? (Steve W. - Member # 28030): Unfortunately not much.
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, Mario Fenech and Bob McCarthy.
What transforms a group of athletes into a strong united team? (Bill K. – Member # 27210): If everyone is driven to the same goal and all being mates helps.
Who is your favourite South Sydney player of all time (Carl H. – Member # 3002): John Sattler.
What does it mean to you to wear the red and green of South Sydney (John G. – Member # 29026): It's where I got my shot and I owe everything to the Club.
Who were your favourite players when you were a kid (Nik J. – Member # 1914): Wendell Sailor and Gorden Tallis.
What would winning Souths' 21st premiership mean to you (Philip C. – Member # 14140): It would be unbelievable.
Who is the biggest pest in the team and why (Kieran H. – Member # 349): Issac Luke. They don't call him bully for no reason.
What is the funniest thing you've seen or heard on a football field? (Scott - Member # 5475): Probably the ball that got kicked into my head. It wasn't funny to me though! Haha.
At the end of your football career, what would you like to be remembered for as a Rabbitohs player? (Anthony D. - Member # 12410): Someone who gave it everything, every time they were on the field.