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Top five tries of the year... so far

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have scored a plethora of tries this year, but there were some that stood out more than others. Check out the five best of 2018 so far.

 

Here comes big John Sutton - Sutton

Look out here comes big John Sutton - Sutton

The first one our list today comes courtesy of the most capped Rabbitoh of all time John Sutton, whose effort against the Warriors epitomised his stunning form in 2018. 

 

Run rabbit run - Walker

Run rabbit run - Walker

They may not have come away with the win in Round 2 but the Rabbitohs first try in their game against the Penrith Panthers will be up there with the best when the award for the best try is handed out. 

 

Rugby League's Rolls Royce - Inglis

Rugby League's Rolls Royce - Inglis

There is no better site in Rugby League, Greg Inglis in full flight with a clear passage to the try-line. 

While he had scored a couple of four pointers previous to his intercept against the Canberra Raiders, the runaway try marked the return of 'GI' putting the competition on notice. 

 

Never say die - Murray 

Never say die - Murray

Down but not out has been the South Sydney moto in 2018 and efforts like Cameron Murray's against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs proved that ten-fold as the Souths Junior finished off an 80-metre team effort to put the Blue and Whites to the sword.

 

What a take - Graham

'What a take!' - Graham

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Campbell Graham. 

The soaring winger produced one of the tries of the year as he lept above the pack to catch a pin-point Adam Reynolds bomb to send the home crowd into raptures. 

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