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Top Moments - Semi Finals

From 64 of the best Rabbitohs moments only four now remain! That's right, we're down to the Semi Finals and only through your votes will we be able to crown the winner. Let's go take a look at which moments have made it through!


John Sattler's iconic broken jaw (1970) vs Adam Reynolds' Comeback match-winner against the Roosters (2012)

Top Moments - Sattler's Broken Jaw

Etched into rugby league folklore, John Sattler's heroics in the 1970 grand final epitomises the fighting spirit of the Rabbitoh. The iconic scene of him being carried off by his teammates after victory is an image that stays in every rugby league fan's mind and every Rabbitohs supporter's heart.

Top Moments - Take Me Now, I've Seen it All

Arguably the best comeback in our history; not from a points-deficit perspective but due to the fact the Roosters earlier that year pipped us at the death. Then it was our turn to get one back! There's no sweeter feeling than getting one over the old foes!


Rallies for reinstatement vs Sam Burgess' grand final heroics (2014)

Top Moments - Rabbitohs Rally for Reinstatement

Next year will be the 20th year anniversary from when we were re-instated back into the competition and if it hadn't been for George Piggins and those who rallied, there may not be a Rabbitohs Club that we know today.

The importance of those rallies needs little explanation hence why it finds itself in the Top Moments Semi Finals.

Top Moments - Sam Burgess' 2014 Grand Final Performance

So comparable to what John Sattler did 44 years earlier; in the first run of the game Sam Burgess broke his cheekbone as he collided with fellow Englishman, James Graham. For the entire 80 minutes Burgess looked in obvious discomfort but he powered through to produce one of the most heroic displays ever seen on a football field.

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