After enjoying a well-earned break, Rabbitohs skipper, Greg Inglis, is ready and raring to go having returned to Rabbitohs training this week.
With the Australian Kangaroos side inactive during the off-season, Inglis took the opportunity to rejuvenate himself by spending quality time with his young family, travelling and enjoying the down-time.
Inglis spoke to The Daily Telegraph’s Dean Ritchie about the return. Click here to read the story.
Inglis took out the Club’s 2015 top honour at the annual Rembrandt Red & Green Ball, being named George Piggins Medallist for the second time in his career, while also picking up the Jack Rayner Players’ Player Award – also for the second time.
In season 2015, Inglis scored eight tries while running for a total of 2910 metres with the ball in hand, but his ability to set up four-pointers was equally impressive, topping the team in terms of try-assists with 13 – four more than anyone else in the side.
GI also led the way in terms of tackle breaks for the Club during the regular season with 73, while also breaking the line on 12 occasions.
Please press play on the video player to watch some of Greg’s 2015 highlights.