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The Rabbitohs are working as hard as ever to improve every day before our clash with the Broncos at ANZ Stadium on Saturday the 16th July says Rabbitohs Hooker Cameron McInnes.

With the Bye week providing the Rabbitohs with an extended preparation before Round 19, Rabbitohs Hooker Cameron McInnes says the drive to improve is there.

"We're slogging away out in the paddock, trying to improve every day," explained McInnes.

"That's the focus for us - Just getting better every day is what we're aiming to do. We're out there working hard as always."

An opportunity to head back to the Rabbitohs home turf of ANZ Stadium is something your Rabbitohs are looking forward to with McInnes mentioning his excitement at coming home.

"We're all looking forward to getting back out there and playing footy. Definitely looking forward to it and working hard," said McInnes.

The Bye week is also being used by your Rabbitohs to connect to the community through our Souths Cares NAIDOC Festival and our Westfield Eastgardens Fan Event.

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