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Skipping to their hearts’ content

Many Australian schools participate in the annual Jump Rope for Heart program, an initiative created by the Heart Foundation in 1983. Bourke Street Public...

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.

Who’d have thought!

“Who’d have thought thirty year ago we’d all be sitting here drinking Chateau de Chasselas …!” Watching Souths ease away from the Titans on Saturday [July 27] was a little bit like a scene from the classic Monty Python sketch.

Take me home, Botany Road!

So this must be how it feels. This must be how Storm supporters feel. This must be how it feels most of the time when you are a Broncos supporter, or a Bulldogs supporter, or, God forbid, a Manly supporter. This might have been how Raiders supporters of their early 90s “Green Machine” team or supporters of the great Eels team of the 80s felt.

A rosy year for Rabbitohs

Wake me up, I’m dreaming! The Rabbitohs are starting the season as one of the premiership favourites. And unlike previous years this talk is not just coming from deluded supporters on an annual season preview drinks session. There is nothing romantic or wishful in this talk. It’s being made by a multitude of sane and objective observers. And it’s hard to disagree that the Rabbitohs have got a big chance this year.

Rabbitohs 2012 – more highs than lows

Back in February, before the season started, with great trepidation the SSH predicted Souths to finish sixth in 2012. We also commented that much of Souths’ fortune would hinge on the young half Adam Reynolds and the form of John Sutton at five-eighth.