More than just an emblem; it tells a story. A story of passion, pride, mateship, courage and the fighting spirit that has become synonymous with the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
The little Rabbit has a big significance to the Rugby League community. First appearing across the cardinal and myrtle hoops in 1959, the bunny is a constant reminder of the standards Maguire’s men have a responsibility to uphold.
That responsibility doesn’t just lay on the shoulders of our players. It lies with the Rabbitohs administration, the Members and the community that identifies with the emblem of the Rabbit.
Head Coach Michael Maguire sees the bunny as an opportunity for his squad. Emblazoned across the chest of each player, the hard work they put in on and off the field allows the player to add to the legacy of the Rabbit. Maguire has used this legacy to set the expectations in pre-season before we tackle the 2017 season.