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Rabbitohs hooker, Cameron McInnes, has been busy doing good deeds off his own cuff, with the Southern Courier recently highlighting the local product’s visit to an ill Rabbitohs tragic.

The local paper reported that McInnes, who was making an appearance at South Coogee Public School’s fiesta, was approached by 10 year old Ava Smith, who asked the Rabbitoh to visit her sick uncle, Kel Solomon.

McInnes obliged, taking time out to call the family to organise a meeting, where the hooker not only met with proud Rabbitoh Kel, but also presented him with a signed match-worn jersey.


Click here to read the full story from the Southern Courier
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