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The South Sydney Rabbitohs are pleased to announce their teams to take on the Wests Tigers this Friday night at ANZ Stadium with kick off scheduled for 7:35pm.

Rabbitohs Head Coach Michael Maguire has made one change to his line up, with Justin Hunt being selected on the wing in place of Andrew Everingham.

Rabbitohs fullback Greg Inglis will play his 50th NRL game for South Sydney this Friday night, having played his first game in the cardinal and myrtle against the Roosters in round one, 2011.

To celebrate Women in League round, presented by Kenwood, a pre-game Women in League Appreciation March Past will take place on the turf at ANZ Stadium for 500 Women in League such as Members, volunteers, administration staff and mums. A special Guard of Honour will welcome the players on to the field including up to 30 of the Rabbitohs Gold Members (10 years of Membership or more), and the half time Mini League games will feature six all-girls teams from schools in the South Sydney district.

The Rabbitohs will also have a reserved bay of seating set aside for all women who are involved in the game of Rugby League. Junior Clubs and schools in the South Sydney region have been given the opportunity to purchase a two-for-one double pass into this bay plus an invitation to walk in the Women in League Appreciation March Past pre game.

To watch Maguire's Line Up for this week, please press play on the video player above.

The Rabbitohs Holden Cup under 20s side for round ten is:

1) Alex Johnston

2) Will Paterson

3) Tulsa Saumamao

4) Aaron Gray

5) Tyrone Phillips

6) Jaiden Hawkes

7) Christian Hazard

8) Daniel Smith

9) Cameron McInnes

10) Joseph Nakhoul

11) Brad Croad

12) Nick Hedley

13) Luke Pollard


14) Jake Watts

15) Jack Gosiewski

16) Jeremy Fuller

17) Wes Mourad

18) Cheyne Whitelaw

Coach Grant Jones
Acknowledgement of Country

South Sydney Rabbitohs respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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