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Rabbitohs forward Chris Grevsmuhl is entering his second season in the NRL and already has earned his second representative jersey with his second selection for the Indigenous All Stars.

Grevsmuhl is keen to be involved in the game again and put the hard work he’s done throughout the pre-season into practice.

“I’m excited, I can’t wait,” Grevsmuhl said when asked about whether he was looking forward to the All Stars game.

“We’re coming off a long pre-season and I’m looking forward to getting back into it again.

“(The pre-season has) been good.

“The boys have all gelled together and we’re starting to get some good combos here, and we’re all excited to get underway in round one.”

Grevsmuhl says having the opportunity to play alongside some of the game’s modern day greats in last year’s All Stars match was one of the highlights of his season.

“Last year was a really good experience,” Grevsmuhl said.

“I had the opportunity to play with some really good players, the likes of Johnno (Johnathan Thurston) and Greggy (Greg Inglis) and Hodgo (Justin Hodges), so I’m really excited to be in it again with some of the players we have coming through again.

“I’m just really, really excited.”

Grevsmuhl says the Rabbitohs squad will be ready to go for the upcoming pre-season matches including the Auckland Nines tournament, the Charity Shield against the Dragons, and the Queensland trial against the Titans.

“The boys are looking good,” Grevsmuhl summarised.

“Our coaching staff has been putting the work into us and we’re ready to go.”

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