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The Rabbitohs under 20s squad helped break a world boxing record in recent weeks, raising funds and awareness for Suicide Prevention Australia.

Held at Maroubra Beach Bowling Club in the South Sydney district, 452 people joined in the world's biggest boxing class which included 38 of the Rabbitohs' young players.

The boxing group managed to raise $14,000 for Suicide Prevention Australia, and one of the organisers was Rabbitohs Under 20s Coach Ben Gardiner who said it was a great day out and another chance for the boys to gel as a team.

"It was an excellent event to be a part of and great opportunity to for our boys to get together and help a great cause," Coach Gardiner said.

"It's always good to do something a little different to break up pre-season training, and to be able to help out a great community organisation like Suicide Prevention Australia was another great aspect to the day."
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