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South Sydney have been crowned World Champions this morning in the UK, after demolishing English Super League Champions, St Helens, by a record World Club Challenge score of 39-0 at their home of Langtree Park.

The reigning NRL Premiers and Auckland Nines champs were a team on a mission in the UK as they proceeded to ruthlessly dismantle the pride of the ESL with the largest winning margin in WCC history, in front of 17.980.

The methodical seven tries to nil effort from the men in red and green included two tries to Joel Reddy as well as five goals and one field goal to Adam Reynolds on their way to world domination. George Burgess was a deserved Man of the Match.


Stand Above the Rest with the World Champion Rabbitohs in 2015!