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Rabbitohs forward Ben Lowe is expecting a fired up Sea Eagles side this Friday night at ANZ Stadium for Round 16, citing the side’s experience as a key danger.

Coached by Geoff Toovey and boasting the talent of attacking forces such as Kieran Foran and Daly Cherry-Evans – among others – the Sea Eagles come into the match on the back of a 30-20 win over the Tigers in Round 15 after having the benefit of the bye the previous week.

“They’re a very experienced football team over there,” said Lowe.

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“They’ll be making sure they’re coming out to put in a good performance and so will we, so it’ll make for a good game of footy I’d say.”

For Lowe and his Rabbitohs, Round 15s bye was an opportunity to put in some solid training as well as chance to re-focus on the team’s goals.

“We put in a good week of training,” said Lowe.

“We had some pretty solid sessions out there and sort of got us re-focussed on what it takes to make sure that each week we’re rocking up with the mental focus of putting in a great 80 minute performance.”

The South Sydney Rabbitohs will take on the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles on Friday night (26 June) in Round 16 of the NRL. Click here to purchase your tickets now!


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