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A culture of healthy internal competition is driving Rabbitohs players to perform according to Cameron McInnes.

With young-guns waiting in the wings and pushing for spots across the park, McInnes says that the culture is one that is necessary for growth.

“We’ve got that healthy competition in the team which I think grows the team and obviously makes people perform the way they did on the weekend,” said McInnes.

After not playing last week in Perth, McInnes will start this week’s game against the Wests Tigers on Friday night, playing at hooker in the absence of Issac Luke.

“I know what my role is in the team,” said McInnes.

“Some weeks I may be in there playing and some weeks I might miss out, but for me it’s all about working hard each week and putting pressure on and trying to get that spot – the better I’m going, the more other players have to work hard themselves.”

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