Whilst on the path to the NRL and beyond, all players are faced with pivotal moments that change the course of their careers and provide them with the opportunity to fulfil their dreams.

With all players coming from different walks of life, there are a variety of career changing moments that have been identified by your South Sydney Rabbitohs players.

Check out what your Rabbitohs regard as their 'career-changing moment'!

 

George Burgess – “Representing England.”

 

Thomas Burgess – “Moving to Australia.”

 

Jason Clark – “Captaining the Return to Redfern team.”

 

Angus Crichton – “Signing with Souths.”

 

Bryson Goodwin – “My first-grade debut.”

 

Jack Gosiewski – “Under 18s Grand Final victory for Mullumbimby.”

 

Aaron Gray – “Getting signed to Souths.”

 

Brock Gray – “Signing my first contract with Souths and being selected to train with the under 20s while playing SG Ball.”

 

Brett Greinke – “Coming to Souths.”

 

Alex Johnston – “When ‘Madge’ gave me my opportunity to play first grade.”

 

Luke Keary – “Moving to Souths.”

 

Cameron McInnes – “Signing with Souths.”

 

Ed Murphy – “Moving to Sydney to play Rugby League full time.”

 

Zane Musgrove – “Getting signed by the Rabbitohs.”

 

Dane Nielsen – “Winning a Grand Final.”

 

Michael Oldfield – “NRL debut.”

 

Adam Reynolds – “Return to Redfern trial in 2009.”

 

Patrice Siolo – “Moving to the North Sydney Bears.”

 

Siosifa Talakai – “Debuting in the NYC against the Parramatta Eels.”

 

Kyle Turner – “Being signed with Souths.”

 

David Tyrrell – “My first-grade debut.”

 

Cody Walker – “Having my eldest boy, Kian in 2011.”

 

Cheyne Whitelaw – “Making my first rep team at 13.”