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The South Sydney Rabbitohs are an Australian rugby league football team reigning from Redfern, a suburb of South-Central Sydney. They participate in the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership and are one of nine existing teams from the New South Wales capital. The club was establishid in 1908 and is one of the founding members of the New South Wales Rugby Football League.

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Rabbitohs reportedly pull out of race for Cooper Cronk - Sporting News

South Sydney have reportedly pulled out of the race for Cooper Cronk, leaving the path open for the Roosters to sign him.

MORE: Tonga coach Kristian Woolf hails 'brave' Taumalolo and Fifita

Cronk played his last game for the Melbourne Storm in this year's NRL Grand Final, with uncertainty surrounding his future. 

The Kangaroos and Queensland veteran still hasn't announced whether he is playing on next season - let alone with who. 

There have been reports the 33-year-old could transition into a role in the media. 

The Rabbitohs and Roosters are the two clubs most closely linked to the halfback, but the Bunnies have apparently pulled out, according to The Australian's Brent Read. 

Read broke the news on Twitter on Monday night, reporting that Souths boss Shane Richardson says the club is happy with their halves and don't have room under the cap. 

You can rule out Cooper Cronk and...


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Read more: Rabbitohs reportedly pull out of race for Cooper Cronk - Sporting News

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar

Richard Kennar during his time at the Melbourne Storm. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed outside back Richie Kennar on a two-year deal. 

The 22-year-old made his NRL debut in 2015 for the Melbourne Storm before moving to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 2017.

The Samoan-born Kennar is an Australian Schoolboys representative who adds depth to the Rabbitohs at centre and wing, new Souths coach Anthony Siebold said.

"I've worked with Richie previously, spending three years with him at the Melbourne Storm, watching him debut as a 19-year-old," Coach Seibold said.

"He will add depth to our outside backs but we think he can challenge for a wing spot in our NRL backline.

"He's a big, explosive ball carrier and this is a big pre-season coming up for Richie.

"He needs to work hard and put in the effort required and if he does that then he can certainly put...


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Read more: Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar

Richard Kennar during his time at the Melbourne Storm. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed outside back Richie Kennar on a two-year deal. 

The 22-year-old made his NRL debut in 2015 for the Melbourne Storm before moving to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 2017.

The Samoan-born Kennar is an Australian Schoolboys representative who adds depth to the Rabbitohs at centre and wing, new Souths coach Anthony Siebold said.

"I've worked with Richie previously, spending three years with him at the Melbourne Storm, watching him debut as a 19-year-old," Coach Seibold said.

"He will add depth to our outside backs but we think he can challenge for a wing spot in our NRL backline.

"He's a big, explosive ball carrier and this is a big pre-season coming up for Richie.

"He needs to work hard and put in the effort required and if he does that then he can certainly put...


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Read more: Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar

Richard Kennar during his time at the Melbourne Storm. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed outside back Richie Kennar on a two-year deal. 

The 22-year-old made his NRL debut in 2015 for the Melbourne Storm before moving to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 2017.

The Samoan-born Kennar is an Australian Schoolboys representative who adds depth to the Rabbitohs at centre and wing, new Souths coach Anthony Siebold said.

"I've worked with Richie previously, spending three years with him at the Melbourne Storm, watching him debut as a 19-year-old," Coach Seibold said.

"He will add depth to our outside backs but we think he can challenge for a wing spot in our NRL backline.

"He's a big, explosive ball carrier and this is a big pre-season coming up for Richie.

"He needs to work hard and put in the effort required and if he does that then he can certainly put...


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Read more: Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess and his twin brothers to ensure they aren't caught up in the multimillion-dollar feeding frenzy that is the open market when November 1 ticks around.

Players coming off contract at the end of 2018 will officially become fair game for rival clubs from the first day of November, a date that will begin a bidding war for the NRL's elite talent.

South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess before he become a free agent on November 1. South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess before he become a free agent on November 1. Photo: NRL imagery

The race will immediately begin for the biggest names in the game, including Michael Morgan, Ash Taylor, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Boyd Cordner, Angus Crichton, Josh Hodgson, Luke Keary, James Maloney, Josh Mansour, Sam Thaiday and Nathan Brown. Veteran stars Johnathan Thurston, Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, Paul Gallen, Robbie Farah and John Sutton will also become free agents, although they will almost...


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Read more: South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess and his twin brothers to ensure they aren't caught up in the multimillion-dollar feeding frenzy that is the open market when November 1 ticks around.

Players coming off contract at the end of 2018 will officially become fair game for rival clubs from the first day of November, a date that will begin a bidding war for the NRL's elite talent.

South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess before he become a free agent on November 1. South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess before he become a free agent on November 1. Photo: NRL imagery

The race will immediately begin for the biggest names in the game, including Michael Morgan, Ash Taylor, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Boyd Cordner, Angus Crichton, Josh Hodgson, Luke Keary, James Maloney, Josh Mansour, Sam Thaiday and Nathan Brown. Veteran stars Johnathan Thurston, Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, Paul Gallen, Robbie Farah and John Sutton will also become free agents, although they will almost...


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Read more: South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess and his twin brothers to ensure they aren't caught up in the multimillion-dollar feeding frenzy that is the open market when November 1 ticks around.

Players coming off contract at the end of 2018 will officially become fair game for rival clubs from the first day of November, a date that will begin a bidding war for the NRL's elite talent.

South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess before he become a free agent on November 1. South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess before he become a free agent on November 1. Photo: NRL imagery

The race will immediately begin for the biggest names in the game, including Michael Morgan, Ash Taylor, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Boyd Cordner, Angus Crichton, Josh Hodgson, Luke Keary, James Maloney, Josh Mansour, Sam Thaiday and Nathan Brown. Veteran stars Johnathan Thurston, Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, Paul Gallen, Robbie Farah and John Sutton will also become free agents, although they will almost...


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Read more: South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November ... - The Sydney Morning Herald

Wigan Warriors sign forward Gabriel Hamlin from South Sydney ... - BBC Sport

Warriors head coach Shaun Wane saw his side whitewashed 32-0 by Wakefield in their final game of the season

Wigan Warriors have signed highly-rated forward Gabriel Hamlin from South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The 20-year-old was recommended to Wigan by contacts in Australia.

Warriors head coach Shaun Wane said: " We are always on the lookout for talented players with a good attitude and a real determination to improve.

"We all believe that Gabriel is a talented forward who can really fulfil his potential here at Wigan. We can't wait to have him join us."

Hamlin, who has made 47 appearances for the Rabbitohs' Under-20s side and can play as a prop or loose forward, will join up with his new team-mates when pre-season begins in November.

"I'm really excited about joining Wigan and I'm flattered that they think me worthy of this opportunity. I intend making the most of this chance,"...


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Read more: Wigan Warriors sign forward Gabriel Hamlin from South Sydney ... - BBC Sport

NRL 360: New Rabbitohs coach Anthony Seibold on the changes coming to the club in 2018 - Fox Sports

CHANGE is coming, South Sydney fans.

That’s the message from newly-appointed coach Anthony Seibold who appeared on NRL 360 on Monday night to discuss a host of issues involving the club.

Seibold spoke about how the Rabbitohs will be a different outfit in 2018, as well as providing an injury update on star fullback Greg Inglis and the latest on gun backrower Angus Crichton.

CHANGES COMING IN 2018

It’s been a steep decline for South Sydney since their 2014 premiership triumph, with the side failing to make the finals for the second straight year, eventually leading to the sacking of Michael Maguire.


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Read more: NRL 360: New Rabbitohs coach Anthony Seibold on the changes coming to the club in 2018 - Fox Sports

Rabbitohs sign Mark Nicholls for 2018 - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Mark Nicholls for 2018

Former Raiders forward Mark Nicholls has left Melbourne for South Sydney. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed Storm forward Mark Nicholls for the 2018 season. 

Nicholls, 27, has played 28 NRL games since making his debut for the Canberra Raiders in 2012, before shifting south to the Melbourne Storm for the 2017 season. 

Nicholls, a prop or second-rower, rose through the junior representative ranks at the Raiders to make his debut against the Dragons, before having his most successful season this year at the Storm. Nicholls represented the Junior Kangaroos in 2010 alongside 2018 Rabbitohs team mate Dane Gagai, and also represented the NSW Cup representative team in 2014. 

Rabbitohs coach Anthony Seibold said he was delighted to have Nicholls joining the squad next season. 

"Mark is a big body in the middle of the field and he will add depth to our middles,"...


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Read more: Rabbitohs sign Mark Nicholls for 2018 - NRL.COM

Wigan Warriors sign forward Gabriel Hamlin from South Sydney ... - BBC Sport

Warriors head coach Shaun Wane saw his side whitewashed 32-0 by Wakefield in their final game of the season

Wigan Warriors have signed highly-rated forward Gabriel Hamlin from South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The 20-year-old was recommended to Wigan by contacts in Australia.

Warriors head coach Shaun Wane said: " We are always on the lookout for talented players with a good attitude and a real determination to improve.

"We all believe that Gabriel is a talented forward who can really fulfil his potential here at Wigan. We can't wait to have him join us."

Hamlin, who has made 47 appearances for the Rabbitohs' Under-20s side and can play as a prop or loose forward, will join up with his new team-mates when pre-season begins in November.

"I'm really excited about joining Wigan and I'm flattered that they think me worthy of this opportunity. I intend making the most of this chance,"...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Wigan Warriors sign forward Gabriel Hamlin from South Sydney ... - BBC Sport

Rabbitohs reportedly pull out of race for Cooper Cronk - Sporting News

South Sydney have reportedly pulled out of the race for Cooper Cronk, leaving the path open for the Roosters to sign him.

MORE: Tonga coach Kristian Woolf hails 'brave' Taumalolo and Fifita

Cronk played his last game for the Melbourne Storm in this year's NRL Grand Final, with uncertainty surrounding his future. 

The Kangaroos and Queensland veteran still hasn't announced whether he is playing on next season - let alone with who. 

There have been reports the 33-year-old could transition into a role in the media. 

The Rabbitohs and Roosters are the two clubs most closely linked to the halfback, but the Bunnies have apparently pulled out, according to The Australian's Brent Read. 

Read broke the news on Twitter on Monday night, reporting that Souths boss Shane Richardson says the club is happy with their halves and don't have room under the cap. 

You can rule out Cooper Cronk and...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Rabbitohs reportedly pull out of race for Cooper Cronk - Sporting News

Rabbitohs sign Mark Nicholls for 2018 - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Mark Nicholls for 2018

Former Raiders forward Mark Nicholls has left Melbourne for South Sydney. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed Storm forward Mark Nicholls for the 2018 season. 

Nicholls, 27, has played 28 NRL games since making his debut for the Canberra Raiders in 2012, before shifting south to the Melbourne Storm for the 2017 season. 

Nicholls, a prop or second-rower, rose through the junior representative ranks at the Raiders to make his debut against the Dragons, before having his most successful season this year at the Storm. Nicholls represented the Junior Kangaroos in 2010 alongside 2018 Rabbitohs team mate Dane Gagai, and also represented the NSW Cup representative team in 2014. 

Rabbitohs coach Anthony Seibold said he was delighted to have Nicholls joining the squad next season. 

"Mark is a big body in the middle of the field and he will add depth to our middles,"...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Rabbitohs sign Mark Nicholls for 2018 - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar

Richard Kennar during his time at the Melbourne Storm. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed outside back Richie Kennar on a two-year deal. 

The 22-year-old made his NRL debut in 2015 for the Melbourne Storm before moving to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 2017.

The Samoan-born Kennar is an Australian Schoolboys representative who adds depth to the Rabbitohs at centre and wing, new Souths coach Anthony Siebold said.

"I've worked with Richie previously, spending three years with him at the Melbourne Storm, watching him debut as a 19-year-old," Coach Seibold said.

"He will add depth to our outside backs but we think he can challenge for a wing spot in our NRL backline.

"He's a big, explosive ball carrier and this is a big pre-season coming up for Richie.

"He needs to work hard and put in the effort required and if he does that then he can certainly put...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs reportedly pull out of race for Cooper Cronk - Sporting News

South Sydney have reportedly pulled out of the race for Cooper Cronk, leaving the path open for the Roosters to sign him.

MORE: Tonga coach Kristian Woolf hails 'brave' Taumalolo and Fifita

Cronk played his last game for the Melbourne Storm in this year's NRL Grand Final, with uncertainty surrounding his future. 

The Kangaroos and Queensland veteran still hasn't announced whether he is playing on next season - let alone with who. 

There have been reports the 33-year-old could transition into a role in the media. 

The Rabbitohs and Roosters are the two clubs most closely linked to the halfback, but the Bunnies have apparently pulled out, according to The Australian's Brent Read. 

Read broke the news on Twitter on Monday night, reporting that Souths boss Shane Richardson says the club is happy with their halves and don't have room under the cap. 

You can rule out Cooper Cronk and...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Rabbitohs reportedly pull out of race for Cooper Cronk - Sporting News

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar

Richard Kennar during his time at the Melbourne Storm. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed outside back Richie Kennar on a two-year deal. 

The 22-year-old made his NRL debut in 2015 for the Melbourne Storm before moving to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 2017.

The Samoan-born Kennar is an Australian Schoolboys representative who adds depth to the Rabbitohs at centre and wing, new Souths coach Anthony Siebold said.

"I've worked with Richie previously, spending three years with him at the Melbourne Storm, watching him debut as a 19-year-old," Coach Seibold said.

"He will add depth to our outside backs but we think he can challenge for a wing spot in our NRL backline.

"He's a big, explosive ball carrier and this is a big pre-season coming up for Richie.

"He needs to work hard and put in the effort required and if he does that then he can certainly put...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November 1 feeding frenzy - The Sydney Morning Herald

South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess and his twin brothers to ensure they aren't caught up in the multimillion-dollar feeding frenzy that is the open market when November 1 ticks around.

Players coming off contract at the end of 2018 will officially become fair game for rival clubs from the first day of November, a date that will begin a bidding war for the NRL's elite talent.

South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess before he become a free agent on November 1. South Sydney have re-signed Sam Burgess before he become a free agent on November 1. Photo: NRL imagery

The race will immediately begin for the biggest names in the game, including Michael Morgan, Ash Taylor, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Boyd Cordner, Angus Crichton, Josh Hodgson, Luke Keary, James Maloney, Josh Mansour, Sam Thaiday and Nathan Brown. Veteran stars Johnathan Thurston, Cameron Smith, Billy Slater, Paul Gallen, Robbie Farah and John Sutton will also become free agents, although they will almost...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: South Sydney Rabbitohs secure Burgess brothers before November 1 feeding frenzy - The Sydney...

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar

Richard Kennar during his time at the Melbourne Storm. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed outside back Richie Kennar on a two-year deal. 

The 22-year-old made his NRL debut in 2015 for the Melbourne Storm before moving to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 2017.

The Samoan-born Kennar is an Australian Schoolboys representative who adds depth to the Rabbitohs at centre and wing, new Souths coach Anthony Siebold said.

"I've worked with Richie previously, spending three years with him at the Melbourne Storm, watching him debut as a 19-year-old," Coach Seibold said.

"He will add depth to our outside backs but we think he can challenge for a wing spot in our NRL backline.

"He's a big, explosive ball carrier and this is a big pre-season coming up for Richie.

"He needs to work hard and put in the effort required and if he does that then he can certainly put...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs reportedly pull out of race for Cooper Cronk - Sporting News

South Sydney have reportedly pulled out of the race for Cooper Cronk, leaving the path open for the Roosters to sign him.

MORE: Tonga coach Kristian Woolf hails 'brave' Taumalolo and Fifita

Cronk played his last game for the Melbourne Storm in this year's NRL Grand Final, with uncertainty surrounding his future. 

The Kangaroos and Queensland veteran still hasn't announced whether he is playing on next season - let alone with who. 

There have been reports the 33-year-old could transition into a role in the media. 

The Rabbitohs and Roosters are the two clubs most closely linked to the halfback, but the Bunnies have apparently pulled out, according to The Australian's Brent Read. 

Read broke the news on Twitter on Monday night, reporting that Souths boss Shane Richardson says the club is happy with their halves and don't have room under the cap. 

You can rule out Cooper Cronk and...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Rabbitohs reportedly pull out of race for Cooper Cronk - Sporting News

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM

Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar

Richard Kennar during his time at the Melbourne Storm. Copyright: NRL Photos.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs have signed outside back Richie Kennar on a two-year deal. 

The 22-year-old made his NRL debut in 2015 for the Melbourne Storm before moving to the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 2017.

The Samoan-born Kennar is an Australian Schoolboys representative who adds depth to the Rabbitohs at centre and wing, new Souths coach Anthony Siebold said.

"I've worked with Richie previously, spending three years with him at the Melbourne Storm, watching him debut as a 19-year-old," Coach Seibold said.

"He will add depth to our outside backs but we think he can challenge for a wing spot in our NRL backline.

"He's a big, explosive ball carrier and this is a big pre-season coming up for Richie.

"He needs to work hard and put in the effort required and if he does that then he can certainly put...


Read full article on NRL GN SouthSydneyRabbitohs


Read more: Rabbitohs sign Richie Kennar - NRL.COM



 

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