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Rugby League’s oldest and fiercest rivalry re-ignites for the 212th time this Friday night at Allianz Stadium, with the Rabbitohs set to take on the Roosters in a final round, Ron Coote Cup blockbuster.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs are pleased to announce their teams for round 26 of the 2015 NRL Telstra Premiership, against the Sydney Roosters in the second leg of the Ron Coote Cup for 2015, to be played at Allianz Stadium on Friday 4 September at 7:45pm.
Rabbitohs Members and Supporters are urged to head out to Allianz Stadium this Friday night 4th September as we take on the Roosters in the final round of the NRL Telstra Premiership.
All the best snaps from Rabbitohs training as the side prepares to take on the Sydney Roosters.
Rabbitohs Head Coach, Michael Maguire, says that the Roosters are the on-field benchmark in the competition ahead of this Friday’s Round 26, Ron Coote Cup clash at Allianz Stadium.
The Rabbitohs and Roosters rivalry has seen classic matches aplenty since 1908. As the Clubs prepare to meet for the 212th time on Friday night, we take you back to 1987 for this classic from Henson Park.
Young Souths lock Kyle Turner says he's feeling like he's closing in on full match fitness after a season almost ruined by injury, praising senior forward Glenn Stewart for his guidance throughout 2015.
Recently retired Rabbitoh, Ben Lowe, may be fresh out of his playing days but the quest for excellence felt by all players is far from over, with Lowe now keen to apply his strong work-ethic learned within the game to the next stage of his life.
As the Rabbitohs and Roosters prepare to do battle for the Ron Coote Cup, we take a look at the man for whom the trophy is named – the Prince of Locks, Ron Coote.
More than 45 students from the La Perouse district participated in Randwick City Council’s Annual Community Football Clinic with the Rabbitohs, at Yarra Oval in Phillip Bay today (Monday).
Ask Rabbitohs forward Glenn Stewart about the mood at Redfern ahead of this Friday’s Ron Coote Cup, final round clash against the Roosters, and the word excitement just keeps popping up.
The rivalry between Foundation Clubs the Rabbitohs and the Roosters will re-ignite for the 212th time this Friday night when the sides play for the Ron Coote Cup at Allianz Stadium.
After years of confusion, Rugby League commentators finally got their wish last week for a definitive way to tell twin brothers George and Thomas Burgess apart.
Hard-running forward, Chris Grevsmuhl, knows that it’s the little things that will make the difference for his Rabbitohs as they prepare to play for the Ron Coote Cup against the Sydney Roosters this Friday in the final Round of the regular season at Allianz Stadium.