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Rabbitohs hooker Cameron McInnes says he’s not here to fill the boots of former players at the Club. He’s here to play his own game.

With long-term number nine Issac Luke moving on this season, McInnes is keen to lock down the hooker’s job during the pre-season matches at the Auckland Nines, Charity Shield and the clash with the Titans.

McInnes also spoke about the work he’s been doing with new recruit Damien Cook who also has his eyes on the hooking role at the Rabbitohs in 2016.

Cameron also talks about the role Charity Shield charity partner, Souths Cares, plays at the Rabbitohs and a recent trip he undertook with Souths Cares Ambassador Beau Champion to Wellington in western NSW.

To watch the interview with McInnes, please press play on the video player.

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