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The South Sydney Rabbitohs have recorded a gutsy victory against the New Zealand Warriors in Perth this evening (Saturday), defying a strong Warriors line-up and a mounting injury toll to take the points by 34-18.

In a match that will be remembered for the display of sheer guts and determination from the Rabbitohs perspective – as well as the ground record 22,267 crowd – the Rabbitohs lost the services of Greg Inglis and Bryson Goodwin for the night, while also momentarily losing Jason Clark and George Burgess, forcing a re-shuffle in Michael Maguire’s side that ultimately stood to defeat the New Zealanders after the visitors led at half time.

To read the full match report, please click here.

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