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Rabbitohs skipper, Greg Inglis, praised his team’s composure over the last month, citing it as a key reason for last night’s win over the Dragons at ANZ Stadium.

“We never dropped our heads,” said Inglis.

“We stuck by each other and no-one was pointing the finger (at) what’s the cause of the loss and who wasn’t doing their jobs right.

“It’s a win we’ve definitely been working towards – it just hasn’t been quite clicking the last three weeks.

“I thought last night – even though we walked away with the two points – we’ve still got a lot of improvement to do and go back and look at ourselves before we head down to Melbourne.”

The Rabbitohs will face off with the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park in Round 10 – a team that Inglis compared to last night’s impressive Dragons outfit.

“Melbourne are a team that just continuously keep coming at you just like the Dragons did last night,” said Inglis.

“It’s a short turn-around – we’ve got to make sure our bodies and our preparation is right to head down there.”  


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