Wednesday, November 17, 2021

John Lanzky

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Proud of our team

The NRL grand final promised to be an intense and tight affair. It was certainly played at a furious pace. Both teams gave it...

Souths hop to the top

Big congratulations to Souths for reaching the top of the ladder with a hard-fought win over the Raiders in Canberra, 16-12.

New coach, new beginning for Rabbitohs

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.

Souths – simply the best!

The South Sydney Rabbitohs women’s team has won the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Rugby League minor premiership.

Shining example of talent and self-belief

Community Profile: Seda Star

Mid-season – Souths’ resurgence?

The next chance for fans to get out there and support our team will be Friday June 16, at ANZ Stadium. Go the Bunnies!

All champions!

Twenty-four years since last claiming premiership honours, the Redfern All Blacks defeated the Coogee-Randwick Wombats 42-24 to claim the shield and title of Premiers 2015 in Junior Rugby League.

Volunteers help keep the ball in motion

Each Sunday morning over the past three months volunteers have gathered at Waterloo Oval to cheer on the Redfern All Blacks and to raise money for the club.

Theatre Review: Wulamanayuwi and the Seven Pamanui

“Aboriginal culture is being reframed through a new appreciation of Indigenous language” is one way of describing the play Wulamanayuwi and the Seven Pamanui starring local Redfern Aboriginal woman Dalara Williams.

Souths steady for finals

On Friday August 30 the four Burgess brothers, Sam, George, Luke and Tom, took the field for South Sydney in their game against the Wests Tigers. It was the first time in more than 100 years of top-flight league competition in Australia that a quartet of brothers had played together in the one team. In 1910 Annandale’s Roy, Ray, Rex and Bernard Norman played side by side.

Jets roar over Tigers

Before a big crowd at ANZ Stadium two foundation clubs clashed in the NSW Cup rugby league grand final at midday on September 30. The Jets played strong. The Balmain Ryde-Eastwood Tigers, who finished the regular season in eighth position, just one place behind Newtown, played strong.