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The South Sydney Rabbitohs will be represented in the NSW Physical Disability Rugby League Association (NSWPDRLA) grand final which will be played this Saturday.

The South Sydney team will be looking to stop the Manly Sea-Eagles winning consecutive premierships after the Sea-Eagles won the title in 2015.  

South Sydney NSWPDRLA player George Tonna explained both teams fancied their chances of taking out the premiership on the weekend. ‘The Souths and Manly teams have been the consistent teams throughout the regular season and both deserve to be the in the grand final. We are anticipating a close contest’ George said.

Souths Cares and the NSWPDRLA have been working together to promote Rugby League as an inclusive sport for all people, as Souths Cares General  Manager Brock Schaefer explained.  ‘Souths Cares and the NSWPDRLA have established a strong partnership and we are thrilled to be able to support the association. We wish both teams the best of luck for the weekend, but would love to see the Souths team get up’ Brock said.

The NSWPDRLA grand final will be played at 6pm, Saturday 24th September at New Era Stadium in Cabramatta.


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