Rabbitohs.com.au breaks down the Rabbitohs’ 2015 season into numbers in the final instalment of Rabbitstats for the year, proudly brought to you by De’Longhi.

SUMMARY

Played – 24

Won – 13

Lost – 11

Points For – 465

Points Against – 467

Points Differential – -2

Competition Points – 30

Finished – 7th

 

POINTS – Adam Reynolds & Alex Johnston

South Sydney Juniors, Adam Reynolds and Alex Johnston played a pivotal role for the Rabbitohs in 2015 when it came to scoring points – Johnston topping the Club try-scoring tally for the second year running with 17 tries to his name, while Reynolds top-scored with 107 points courtesy of his 42 conversions, nine penalty goals, single field goal and try.

 

ATTACK

In 2015, the Rabbitohs ran for 35,069 metres – the length of some 350 football fields.

Total Metres: 35,069

Total Runs: 3808

 

Top Metre Gainers

Thomas Burgess – 3316

George Burgess – 3311

Greg Inglis – 2621

Bryson Goodwin – 2430

Alex Johnston – 2329

Dylan Walker – 2153

 

Top Runners

George Burgess – 350

Thomas Burgess – 345

Greg Inglis – 251

Bryson Goodwin – 240

Alex Johnston – 229

Dylan Walker – 221

 

Top Tackle Breaks

Greg Inglis – 73

George Burgess – 67

Bryson Goodwin – 67

Dylan Walker – 64

Alex Johnston – 51

Issac Luke – 45

 

Top Line Breaks

Alex Johnston – 21

Greg Inglis – 12

Aaron Gray – 10

Dylan Walker – 9

Bryson Goodwin – 7

Luke Keary – 5

 

Offloads

Issac Luke – 17

Dylan Walker - 17

John Sutton – 14

Alex Johnston – 12

Bryson Goodwin – 11

George Burgess – 11

 

DEFENCE

Total Tackles: 8319

Tackle Effectiveness: 90.3%

The total weight of Souths’ top six tacklers (648 kg) is the approximate weight of a Mini Cooper.

 

Top Tacklers

George Burgess – 773

Chris McQueen – 672

Glenn Stewart – 645

Issac Luke – 606

Thomas Burgess – 595

Dave Tyrrell – 482

 

Top One on One Tacklers

Bryson Goodwin – 52

Glenn Stewart – 49

Chris McQueen – 45

Adam Reynolds – 41

Luke Keary – 34

Alex Johnston – 29

Greg Inglis – 27

 

Top Try-Saving Tacklers

Greg Inglis – 3

Alex Johnston – 3

Tim Grant – 1

Luke Keary – 1

Glenn Stewart – 1

*All stats are correct to Round 26 of the regular NRL Telstra Premiership season.