This Saturday 24 March, Souths Juniors will take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Redfern Oval, for what is set to be a bumper weekend of Rugby League action.
Up first on Saturday will be the under 18s women, who are high on confidence after toppling the Sydney Roosters Indigenous Academy 22-12 last week. They have an easier task this week, facing a Bulldogs side who are yet to win this season.
The Under 16s will follow, in what could be the match of the round, when the eighth-placed Rabbitohs take on the ninth-placed Bulldogs. It will be hard to separate the two teams but with top try scorer Joe Suaalii in the side, the Rabbitohs will fancy themselves a decent chance of taking the two points.
The final match of the Juniors will be the Under 18s, who have struggled to take off so far in 2018 and will come up against another stern test from a Bulldogs side sitting just inside the top eight.
Don't forget, the South Sydney Rabbitohs women's team kick off their Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership campaign against CRL Newcastle at Redfern right after the Juniors finish.
Saturday 24 March
At Redfern Oval
South Sydney Under 18s Women v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Tarsha Gale Cup, 9am
South Sydney Under 16s v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Harold Mathew Cup, 10.15am
South Sydney Under 18s v Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, SG Ball Cup, 11.45m
South Sydney Rabbitohs Women v CRL Newcastle, Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership, 1.30pm