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"Why do we fall sir? So that we can learn to pick ourselves up" was the advice Alfred gave to Bruce Wayne in Batman Begins and it seems it wasn't just Batman who was listening as Rabbitohs winger Braidon Burns nailed his second chance against the Penrith Panthers yesterday (Sunday).

After a tough first outing against the Panthers in Round 6, Burns got stuck in on the training paddock - determined to pick himself back up and make himself a better player. He revealed earlier this week that he'd being putting in extra work with Adam Reynolds after training.

His determination paid off when he got another chance against the Panthers yesterday, putting in a commanding performance on the wing and finding himself on the scoreboard after leaping over Josh Mansour in the 30th minute.

Redemption never tasted so sweet.

Re-live Braidon's try in the video player above.

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