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Jason Clark will be one proud Rabbitoh on Sunday when he fulfils his dream of running out to represent his Club in an NRL Grand Final.

The Coogee-Randwick Wombats junior was still pinching himself on Monday at the Club’s media session to check if it was all real.

“It was always a dream as a kid, but now it’s living the dream at the moment.”

But the Rabbitohs are under no illusions about what they will confront on Sunday in the form of a resurgent Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs outfit.

 For Clark, and his teammates, preparations will remain the same as they have all season.

“It’s not going to be any different,” said Clark.

“We’re doing our weights, we’re doing our training out on the field – we’ve got some blokes that have played in these games and the biggest thing they’ve said is just to soak it up and enjoy this time. It goes quite quick, so the main thing’s enjoying it.”


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