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Reggie Rabbit might have been confused for the Easter Bunny last week as he and Beau Champion visited Randwick Childrens Hospital to spread some easter cheer, as part of Souths Cares' work supporting our community.

Beau and Reggie spent time in the Childrens Encology Ward handing out easter eggs, Rabbitohs merchandise and chatting with children in the ward, in a visit designed to lift the spirits of the brave children battling illness.

It was great to spend some time with these great kids, Beau said.

They are unbelievably brave in fighting such a terrible illness and it puts football and everything else in perspective when you spend time with these wonderful kids.

The family and staff at the Hospital passed on their thanks to Beau and Reggie/Easter Bunny for taking the time to visit in the lead up to the weekend's match, as well as thanking Woolworths at Redfern for donating all the Chocolate Easter Eggs.

Everyone involved in the visit enjoyed it immensely and were particularly appreciative for Souths Cares' efforts in organising the visit.

The smiles on the childrens faces said it all.
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