Today Rob Crosby looks at the South Sydney Rabbitohs ahead of season 2017. Can they ascend the #NRL ...
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The Dolphins find themselves in a position they don't want to be in, depending on other teams results and having to win against in form Northern Suburbs to make the semi finals. Coach Neil Wharton has decided to go with the same side that lost to Burleigh last Saturday with the exception of Adam Starr who returns from injury to take Joe Burley's spot. The full side is Justin McKay, Phil Shilvock, Damien Richters, Brian Jellick, Trent Leis, Shane Perry, Adam Starr, Caleb McEniery, Troy Lindsay (c), Ben Jones, Danny Burke, Grant Flugge Interchange Nick Walker, Matt Anderton, Nathan Sologinkin, Gavin Cooper.
At present the A Grade side are out of the top 4 but a win on Sunday can see them back in the semi finals. Their side is Chris Bond, Lyndon Nagas, Joel Barnes, Maddison Murphy, Liam Georgetown, Scott Kelly, Wayne Bond, Greg Cameron, Nathan Black, Mark Brown, Sam Fillery, Quin Smith, Joe Burley (c)Interchange Russell McDonald, Ron Poll, Duane O'Grady, Richard Forster.
The Colts side are no chance of making the semi finals but there is a lot for the team to play for. Their side to face Norths is Mitchell Simpson, Daniel Bennett, Henry Coutts, Todd Parnell, Troy Francom, Cody Norton, Steve Tyler, Adam Turnbull, Peter Delaivuna, Reece Bailey, Daley White, Jason Frazer, Tino Kurene Interchange Val Fa'amoe, Bede Tuohy Ashley Reilly, Nathan Morris