Rabbitohs Confident Of Catching

The Allight South Sydney Rabbitohs are looking to bounce back this Sunday against the Cronulla Sharks at Toyota Park.

With torrential downpours in Sydney during the week the match is almost certain to be a waterlogged affair, so Souths must concentrate on playing to the conditions presented, reducing their handling errors and penalty rates.

The defection of high profile signing Chris Walker has banded the club together during the week, and the Rabbitohs are looking to blunt the home side?s attack, particularly by focusing on playmaker Brett Kimmorley.

If Souths can halt the diminutive halfback?s influence on the game then they will be in the hunt for a much needed two NRL competition points, provided they with greater defensive intensity than that which they displayed in the 42-28 loss to Newcastle.

South Sydney: 1. Wade McKinnon, 2. Wise Kativerata, 3. Lee Hookey, 4. TBA, 5. Damon Alley-Tovio, 6. Owen Cragie, 7. Brett Kearney, 8. Brian Fletcher ?, 9. Shane Walker, 10. Paul Stringer, 11. Luke Stuart, 12. Justin Smith, 13. Jamie Russo Interchange: 14. Mark Minichiello, 15. Frank Puletua, 16. Willie Peters, 17. Duncan MacGillivray