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When Greg Inglis finishes his career in the NRL, he wants to have something to show for it – both on and off the field.
Inglis, who is in the first season of a five-year contract, believes South Sydney can win a premiership in that time. But he also wants to complete a university degree before he retires from the game.
South Sydney coach Michael Maguire insists Friday’s NRL clash against Manly is not a defining match, but concedes his side will need to lift their game if they’re to break their two-year hoodoo against the Sea Eagles.
Like the waves at nearby Manly Beach, the big games just keep coming in 2013 and Friday night’s clash between the Sea Eagles and Rabbitohs looms as one of the best of the season.
Manly coach Geoff Toovey says South Sydney’s lack lustre form against top-four sides will give them increased motivation ahead of Friday night’s NRL showdown.
SOUTH Sydney star Greg Inglis says he is carrying a hip injury that he will have to manage for the rest of the season, but he won’t let it stop him from taking the field in Friday night’s showdown with fellow NRL heavyweights Manly.
South Sydney know they can match it with the NRL’s big guns – but at Brookvale Oval on Friday night the Rabbitohs need to start proving they can beat them too.
Greg Inglis put a scare through South Sydney on Friday night when he aggravated an old hip problem during the Test in Canberra, but South Sydney officials believe he is unlikely to miss any football as a result.
(+ video highlights of game) GREG Inglis will lock horns with NSW Origin fullback Brett Stewart on Friday night with the Rabbitohs No.1 given the all-clear to take on the Sea Eagles after sustaining a minor injury in Friday night’s ANZAC Test.
GREG Inglis will lock horns with NSW Origin fullback Brett Stewart on Friday night with the Rabbitohs No.1 given the all-clear to take on the Sea Eagles after sustaining a minor injury in Friday night’s ANZAC Test.
COFFS HARBOUR, NSW, April 18 AAP – Greg Inglis has called for it, South Sydney coach Michael Maguire can’t understand it and Nathan Merritt has given up worrying about it.
NRL action takes a backseat this weekend as the first of the representative matches get underway.
Slipping back into the centres for an Australian team, you will be comforted to hear, is as easy as ”riding a bicycle”. So says Greg Inglis – who admittedly would still be cool and calm and perhaps just a little bored in an emergency landing – on the job of switching from full-back to centre in Friday night’s Test match against New Zealand.
Kangaroos superstar Greg Inglis has rubbished suggestions Friday’s Anzac Test in Canberra against an under-strength New Zealand will be a one-sided walkover.
YOU run an eye over how Greg Inglis has performed at fullback for Souths in the last season or so, and wonder if he’s ever played poorly.
Greg Inglis has scoffed at suggestions Friday’s rugby league test against a weakened New Zealand will be a meaningless walkover.
GREG Inglis is arguably in the best form of his career since making the switch to fullback, but the South Sydney superstar believes he is no chance of stealing a representative No 1 jumper off the back of Billy Slater.
Small section with Greg in it.
Kenny-Dowall is more concerned about nullifying the offensive threats posed by Kangaroos and Queensland centre Greg Inglis.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs Member Appreciation Day, proudly brought to you the Capital Training Institute, was a huge success today (Sunday) with over 2000 Members coming to the Suttons South Sydney High Performance Centre at Redfern Oval to meet their favourite Rabbitohs.
Rabbitohs superstar Greg Inglis has been chosen in his customary international position of centre for Friday’s ANZAC Test against New Zealand to be played in Canberra.
Rabbitohs TV catches up with Michael Maguire after the loss to the Storm.
Post Match Press Conference with John Sutton and Michael Maguire.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs’ unbeaten run to start the season has been broken, but Rabbitohs Members and supporters can be very proud of the performance turned in by their side in their 17-10 loss to the Melbourne Storm tonight (Saturday) in front of 32,671 Members and fans.
Melbourne Storm halfback Cooper Cronk maintains lead at top of Dally M ladder but Roosters star James Maloney closing in
Souths fullback Greg Inglis remains on eight points after not featuring in the Dally M scoring in the Rabbitohs’ loss to the Storm.
THE NRL’s heavyweights fought a colossal battle in front of more than 30,000 fans at ANZ Stadium last night. Here are the key points to emerge from the game.
South Sydney believe their NRL loss to Melbourne may prove to be good lesson for future battles.
All South Sydney Rabbitohs Members are encouraged to mark Sunday the 14th of April in their calendars for our 2013 Member Appreciation Day at Suttons South Sydney High Performance Centre, Redfern Oval.
This is a great opportunity for all Rabbitohs Members to get up close and personal with the Rabbitohs NRL squad the day after their big clash with the Storm at ANZ Stadium, which celebrates Junior Appreciation Round. So why not make an enjoyable weekend of it and come along to Member Appreciation Day and meet your favourite players and support your team as they continue their promising start to the season.
What a clash this will be! First meets second and there are fascinating matchups galore in what should be a brilliant Heritage Round.
ANZ Stadium, Olympic Park, Saturday 7.30pm (AEST)
Last meeting: Finals Week 1 2012 – Storm 24 bt Souths 6 at AAMI Park
Head-to-head: Souths 3 Storm 17
Referees: Shayne Hayne, Alan Shortall
TV: Live, FoxSports 1
SOUTH Sydney coach Michael Maguire believes the Rabbitohs’ get-out-of-jail win over the Warriors was a huge step towards becoming a genuine NRL premiership contender.
Rabbitohs Head Coach Michael Maguire spoke to the Rugby League media today (Thursday), in the lead up to Saturday night’s blockbuster match up with the Melbourne Storm.
Slater is in a moon boot after sustaining a foot injury in his side’s win over Wests Tigers on Monday night, and he is in some doubt. But officials hope he will recover in time.
BILLY Slater yesterday described Greg Inglis as “probably the most naturally gifted and talented footballers I have ever seen.”
Inglis responded by saying: “I’d pay just to watch Billy Slater play.”
Inglis v Slater – possibly the greatest fullback showdown of the modern era. And footy fans can see the battle unfold on Saturday night with Inglis’ Rabbitohs play Slater’s Storm at ANZ Stadium. Both sides remain unbeaten after five rounds.
NRL premiership favouritism will be up for grabs when South Sydney host the Melbourne Storm at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night in the battle of the competition’s only two unbeaten teams after five rounds.
Round 6 kicks off on Friday night with a long awaited grudge match between Sonny Bill Williams and the club he walked out on.
However, the game between Sydney and Canterbury will not be the only blockbuster this weekend, as the Rabbitohs and the Storm will go head to head to try and end each others’ unbeaten run.
MONDAY night’s performance by Melbourne Storm was good enough to beat Wests Tigers 26-12, but a repeat of the slow-starting, fast-finishing effort won’t get it past South Sydney.
Souths are keen to enter negotiations with coach Michael Maguire to extend his contract. His current deal goes until the end of next season but CEO Shane Richardson wants to lock him in for five years.
Rabbitohs fullback Greg Inglis caught up with Rabbitohs TV after the victory over the Warriors in New Zealand.
Inglis talks about the performance, where the team needs to improve for next Saturday’s clash with the Melbourne Storm, and reflects on scoring his 100th career try.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have maintained their undefeated start to the season, getting over the top of the Warriors at Mt Smart Stadium today (Sunday), 24 points to 22 in front of 13,512 supporters.
The Rabbitohs have defeated a fast finishing New Zealand Warriors 24-22 to win across the Tasman for the first time since 2009.
The Rabbitohs have defeated a fast finishing New Zealand Warriors 24-22 to win across the Tasman for the first time since 2009.
Michael Maguire and John Sutton address the media after the Round 5 win over the Warriors
South Sydney coach Michael Maguire admitted to heart flutters at times as the Rabbitohs tuned up for Saturday’s NRL heavyweight showdown with premiers Melbourne by edging out the Warriors 24-22 in Auckland.
Watching on a Sydney television set, Hollywood actor Russell Crowe got the best birthday present he could hope for from his beloved Rabbitohs on Sunday.
Yet despite the obvious class of the South Sydney co-owner’s team in their 24-22 victory over the Warriors in Auckland, it was very nearly a case of a well-wrapped present being taken right out of his hands.
Cameron Smith reigns supreme as the king of NRL, but Storm fullback Billy Slater is not far behind, according to Fairfax Media’s annual power rankings
South Sydney star Greg Inglis’ improvement since his switch to fullback is reflected in his rise from seventh to third, with Cowboys halfback Johnathan Thurston down two places to fourth and Cooper Cronk rounding out the top five.
THERE is no change at the top of the Dally M rankings after the weekend’s rounds but Cooper Cronk could overtake Greg Inglis after the Storm play the Tigers tonight.
THE last time South Sydney started the season with five straight wins, they won the comp. The year was 1971 (with Video).
Warriors v Rabbitohs
Mt Smart Stadium
Sunday 4pm (NZ time)
Souths legend Mario Fenech said there was no doubt where coach Michael Maguire already ranked in the club’s tradition-steeped history – even though he has entered only his second season at Redfern.
Having broken their long losing streak, some of the Warriors’ depleted playing stocks are being replenished before they face NRL co-leaders South Sydney.
The modern-day version of the South Sydney Rabbitohs has finally come of age as a football team.
At the start of this season I selected Souths as my No.1 tip to challenge for the title. Making that selection certainly doesn’t mean much. But what’s more important is after the first four rounds, I have absolutely no reason to change my mind. In fact, as a result of this win on Good Friday, I’m even more confident now than I was back in February.
Bulldogs winger Krisnan Inu takes early plea after spear tackle on Greg Inglis, will miss five weeks
Canterbury-Bankstown will be without goalkicking centre Krisnan Inu for five matches after the NRL club opted to accept the early guilty plea for his spear tackle on South Sydney’s Greg Inglis on Good Friday.
Canterbury centre Krisnan Inu has pleaded guilty to a grade-four dangerous throw charge and accepted a five-match ban for his ugly spear tackle on Greg Inglis.
Canterbury centre Krisnan Inu is expected to plead guilty to a grade-four dangerous throw charge and accept a five-match ban for his ugly spear tackle on Greg Inglis.
KRISNAN Inu faces a seven-week suspension for his sickening spear tackle on Greg Inglis – but the match officials who allowed him to stay on the field will today get off scot-free.
Krisnan Inu could serve as many as seven weeks on the sidelines after his spear tackle on Greg Inglis was deemed worthy of a grade four dangerous throw charge by the match review committee.
Referees boss Daniel Anderson will examine footage of Krisnan Inu’s spear tackle on Greg Inglis on Monday morning to deem whether the Bulldogs centre should have been sent off.
ANOTHER strong performance from Souths fullback Greg Inglis has helped him to reach equal top of the Dally M leaderboard after NRL round four.
South Sydney have made their best start to an Australian National Rugby League season since 1971 with their fourth successive victory over Easter to be share the competition lead with Melbourne Storm.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs vs Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Good Friday match set a new NRL regular season attendance record with 51,686 people coming through the turnstiles for the fixture at ANZ Stadium.
Rabbitohs Head Coach Michael Maguire and today’s captain John Sutton spoke at the post match press conference following the Rabbitohs outstanding 17-12 victory over the Bulldogs on Good Friday.
Rabbitohs Head Coach Michael Maguire spoke to Rabbitohs TV after today’s (Friday’s) fantastic victory over the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.
Highlights from the 17-12 win over the Bulldogs at ANZ Stadium.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have maintained their undefeated start to the 2013 Telstra Premiership with a gutsy 17 points to 12 victory over the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, away from home at ANZ Stadium, in front of a massive crowd of 51,686, a new NRL record for a regular season game.