On Friday 3 November, the Rabbitohs are holding a fundraising event for former premiership-winning player Kyle Turner’s family following his sad passing earlier this year, aged just 31.

A framed, signed jersey by the surviving members of the 2014 Grand Final, collated by Kyle’s former teammate Jason Clark, is up for grabs, as well as an original artwork by renowned Aboriginal artist, Uncle Jim Simon. You could also be the proud owners of Cameron Murray’s record-equaling boots for his record held alongside Ron Coote for most consecutive Test matches to have scored tries by a forward. You could also be playing a round of golf and having lunch with Rabbitohs legend, Greg Inglis, or having lunch the captain, coach and CEO of the Rabbitohs, Cameron Murray, Jason Demetriou and Blake Solly!

The only way to bid on these brilliant items is to be at the Kyle Turner Fundraising lunch at The Juniors Kingsford from 1-4pm on Friday 3 November. Tickets are just $90 each and are available by clicking here.

Hand-signed, Replica 2014 South Sydney Rabbitohs Jersey

You could own this extremely special piece of sporting memorabilia and help the family of Rabbitohs premiership winning player, Kyle Turner, in the process!

This hand-signed replica 2014 South Sydney Rabbitohs premiership jersey is personally signed by the surviving members of the Rabbitohs squad, specifically for this fundraising event for their teammate’s family.

The likes of captain John Sutton, Clive Churchill Medallist Sam Burgess, legendary fullback Greg Inglis and the rest of the 2014 NRL premiership winning team have signed this jersey which features the headshot photos and statistics around the jersey from the 2014 NRL Grand Final program.

This framed jersey is one of only five available worldwide.

Hand-signed, Replica 2014 South Sydney Rabbitohs Jersey

Original Aboriginal Artwork by Uncle Jim Simon

James P. Simon is a proud Wiradjuri–Biripi man, born in Wellington NSW and he grew up around Newtown and Redfern in Sydney. James is a life-long artist, largely self-taught, who has developed his own distinctive style, mostly painting in oils. His inspirations include artists such as Picasso, Tom Roberts, Salvador Dali and Albert Namatjira. James has an extensive list of group and solo exhibitions, commissions and publications and his work is found in many collections, both locally in Australia and abroad overseas.

The artwork is titled Where Mountain and River Meet. It's about how the mountains symbolise constancy, eternity, firmness and stillness. The river represents life source. For us to pay attention and understand when it is time to slow down and overcome our limits. There is a moment to take a break, a moment to move forward and a moment to change path for us to connect with ourselves and those around us.

Uncle Jim has painted and donated this iconic piece just for Friday’s event. It is a unique piece of art and you could be lucky owner of this artwork by placing your best bids at the event.

Original Aboriginal Artwork by Uncle Jim Simon

Cameron Murray’s International Record-equaling Boots

Rabbitohs captain and Australian international, Cameron Murray, recently equaled a 55-year-old try scoring record held by another South Sydney lock, Ron Coote, when he scored six tries for Australia in six consecutive Test matches as a forward.

Coote set the record in 1968, and 55 years later, Murray equaled the effort last Saturday against the New Zealand Kiwis in Melbourne.

These are the hand-signed boots that Murray wore in that Test match and scored the record-equaling try, and they could be yours by bidding at the event on Friday.

Additionally, Murray will wear the same boots in this weekend’s Pacific Championship Grand Final against the Kiwis, and if he manages to score another try, he will break the record fellow Rabbitoh Coote.

These are a one-of-a-kind signed item, an important piece of Rabbitohs and Australian sporting memorabilia, and they could be yours by bidding at Friday’s lunch event!

Cameron Murray’s International Record-equaling Boots

Round of Golf and Lunch with Greg Inglis at Lakeside Golf Club

You and two friends could be enjoying a round of golf with Rabbitohs and Rugby League legend, Greg Inglis, at the beautiful Lakeside Golf Club in Camden by bidding on this unique auction item.

You will play 18-holes with one of the Rabbitohs’ greatest ever players in GI, (who is also a handy golfer!), as well as enjoying lunch at Lakeside Golf Club after the round.

Lakeside Golf Club is considered one of Sydney’s finest golf courses and you will playing with one of South Sydney’s finest men.

The only way to play golf with Greggy at Lakeside Golf Club is to bid on this special item at Friday’s fundraising lunch.

Date and time and to be determined at a later date for a time that suits all parties.

Lunch with the Captain, Coach and CEO

Have you ever wanted to sit down with the captain, coach and CEO of the mighty South Sydney Rabbitohs and pick their brains about how the season is going, what it’s like to play or coach the Rabbitohs, and chat about the business of sport?

This is the perfect opportunity for you and three friends to do just that by bidding on our Captain, Coach and CEO lunch today, and you can help the family of Kyle Turner in the process.

Head out to eat with Rabbitohs captain Cameron Murray, Head Coach Jason Demetriou and CEO Blake Solly at one of Sydney’s iconic restaurants and talk all things Rabbitohs with three of our key leaders at the Club. The only way to get this audience is to put in your best bids at Friday’s lunch event!

Date, time and venue to be determined at a later date for a time that suits all parties.

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