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Rabbitohs lock-forward, Ben Lowe, says that he and his team have grown a lot during the first half of the 2015 season, and that culture of improvement is set to continue into Round 14 against the Tigers.  

“We’re still trying to grow as a group there,” said Lowe.

“As a forward pack I thought the Warriors were really strong at times and we’re looking to improve again as a pack, but also as a football team.

“This week we’ve got the Tigers and that’s a big focus for us – making sure we go out and put an 80 minute performance in.

“Week to week in the NRL you’ve got to make sure that you’re going out and putting your best foot forward. We’ve had a good week’s training and looking forward to the battle.”

Lowe was in fine form against the Warriors last week in Perth, with the lock-forward making 117 metres from 15 carries, while also topping the team’s tackle count with 35 in just 57 minutes on the field.


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