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Rabbitohs centre, Bryson Goodwin, was one of five Rabbitohs try-scorers on Saturday night as his side demolished the Newcastle Knights by 52-6 at ANZ Stadium.

Greg Inglis and Dylan Walker both scored hat-tricks in the match, while Alex Johnston bagged a double. But Goodwin was far from jealous when asked about the influx of tries – the Kiwi international more concerned about getting the two competition points.

“I’m happy for anyone to score the tries and get a win like that,” said Goodwin.

“It’s a team effort – it comes from the forwards who lay the platform first and then the halves, so there’s a lot of work in then (those) boys finish it off and they do a good job at it.

“We’re pretty happy with our performance, but we look forward to next week now against the Panthers.

“We’ve still got a fair way to go before the semi-finals start, so we’re just concentrating – like I was saying – on week by week and trying to get the win every week.”

The centre admitted that the last two weeks of performances have been much improved outings for he and his men.

“I think it was a bit better – we’ve been better the last two weeks,” said Goodwin.

“We’ve been a bit clunky in previous the weeks, so we’re happy with the way we’re going at the moment.”


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