REDFERN: We have now seen three rounds of the season. Souths are looking good.
All right, it’s time to get excited about the footy. The NRL season kicks off this month, and things are looking good for the Rabbitohs.
REDFERN: It was a tight contest this year, and our mighty Red and Green team did us proud.
Fans of both teams were buzzing with excitement, trading friendly taunts as to who was going to win. I went to ANZ Stadium with a small group of…
The footy’s back! You can just feel it in the air. You can see it on the faces of fans keen for the Rabbitohs to rebound strongly after disappointments in 2016.
The SSH gets to know the real Michael Maguire, who led the Souths to victory in 2014
Souths supporters at Allianz Stadium were stunned by a train wreck of major proportions – the derailment of Souths’ 2015 season.
It’s not that he has no competition for the mantle of Souths’ greatest. Many will claim that it’s the Little Master Clive Churchill or big Bobby McCarthy or…
At the end of June 2014 South Sydney were perched on 20 points. Their form had been mixed. A handful of impressive wins, some gritty yet unspectacular displays, a smattering of luck-ridden wins and some not so impressive losses. Sounding familiar?
For the first few weeks of the competition it looked like Souths had started the way they had finished in 2014 and were perhaps even a little better than they were in 2014. With new recruit Glenn Stewart’s ball playing skills giving a new dimension on the right edge, and Adam Reynolds’ kicking and running game reaching a new level, a lot of the early talk was about the very elusive holy grail of back-to-back premierships.