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All You Need to Know Round 12

Find out everything you need to know for this week's matches!

The South Sydney Rabbitohs head to Bankwest Stadium to take on the Parramatta Eels for Round 12!  

With a number of players out for this week's clash due to injury and State of Origin commitments, the Rabbitohs will field a number of youngsters, with the likes of Connor Tracey, Billy Brittain, Dean Hawkins and Keaon Koloamatangi in line to make their NRL debuts, while Bayley Sironen will play his first match for the Club and Adam Doueihi makes a long-awaited return from an ACL injury!

Meanwhile, the Eels will be looking to bounce back from a three-match winning streak and will be bolstered with no State of Origin representatives present. 

The match will be played at the brand-new Bankwest Stadium, which is expected to be a sell-out with an electric 30,000 capacity atmosphere expected on Friday night.

There will also be plenty of action before the NRL match, with the NRL Mens and Womens Touch Premiership sides playing as curtain raisers. 

Tickets can be purchased here, but be quick as they'll be selling out fast! 

Venue: Bankwest Stadium
Date: Friday 31 May
Gates Open: 5:25pm
NRL Mens Touch Premiership Kick-Off: 5:45pm
NRL Womens Touch Premiership Kick-Off: 6:25pm
NRL Kick-Off: 7:55pm


Tickets can be purchased here, but be quick as they'll be selling out fast! 


Looking to head to the game? Click here to find out all the travel information you need! 


The famous Rabbitohs Merchandise Van will be stationed at Gate A on the south-east corner, and with winter around the corner, there will be plenty of gear available for you to rug up in over the coming months! 

Canterbury Cup and Jersey Flegg set to travel to Ringrose Park

The Rabbitohs Canterbury Cup and Jersey Flegg sides will take on the Wentworthville Magpies and Parramatta Eels respectively this Sunday at Ringrose Park.

The third-placed Jersey Flegg side will kick-off proceedings against the Eels at 11am, and will be aiming for a third straight win, while the Canterbury Cup team will be looking to end a four-match losing streak, starting at 3pm against the Magpies. 

The Harvey Norman Women's Premiership side will have a full-competition bye. 

Date: Sunday June 2
Venue: Ringrose Park, Wentworthville
Jersey Flegg kick-off: 11:00am
Canterbury Cup kick-off: 3:00pm




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