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Rabbitohs five-eighth Luke Keary says that Manly have played some impressive football in their last outing against the Tigers.

“I watched their game against Wests and I thought they were really impressive actually,” admitted Keary.

“They looked like they’re playing some really good footy and Kieran and Daly are starting to link up and play some good footy.”

In a similar vein, Keary will be looking forward to more game-time with his halves partner in crime – the recently returned from injury Adam Reynolds.

“We have probably only played three or four games together (this season),” said Keary.

“So hopefully we can keep him fit for a consistent amount of time, and we can rebuild that partnership again.”

In Keary’s opinion, last week’s bye was a welcome occurrence to rest a niggling foot injury.

“It was good (to get a few days off),” said Keary.

“He (Michael Maguire) obviously gave me a bit of extra time off,” says Keary.

“I stayed off the feet for about seven or eight days there and I’m feeling pretty fresh now. I’ll be training all week.”

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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