Rabbitohs Premiership winner and South Sydney junior, Jason Clark, has called time on his Rugby League playing career with another premiership victory this week, meaning he winds up his 300-plus game career with three major trophies to his name.
Clark, a Life Member of the South Sydney Football Club, won the NRL Premiership with the Rabbitohs in 2014, followed by victory in the prestigious 2019 Challenge Cup Final with the Warrington Wolves, backed up by a premiership win with the Limoux Grizzlies after winning the French Elite 1 competition in 2023 in the last week.
Clark, a Coogee-Randwick Wombats junior, played a total of 216 games across all grades for the South Sydney Rabbitohs between 2008 and 2018, including 169 first grade games since making his NRL debut in 2009 against the Dragons. He was a key player in the 2014 NRL Premiership win and represented City Origin in 2015.
From 2019 to 2022, Clark played 85 matches for Warrington before switching to Limoux for the 2022/23 season where he played 16 matches.
Clark, Rabbitohs first grade player number 1072, is a favourite son of the South Sydney Club, being awarded Life Membership in 2019. He has the distinction of being victorious in every major Grand Final that he played – the 2014 NRL Grand Final, the 2019 Challenge Cup Final and the 2023 French Elite 1 Championship game.
On behalf of everyone connected with the South Sydney Rabbitohs, we congratulate Jason and his family on his wonderful career and we look forward to seeing them at the USANA Rabbitohs Centre and Accor Stadium when they return to Australian shores.