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The South Sydney Rabbitohs have resumed training for the 2004 season. The Rabbitohs will train four days a week until Christmas and then up their intensity by moving to a five day training regime in the new year.
Souths had a last round bye, which means they have already had a six week break from training. New recruits for next season are not due at training until November as some players were invloved in the finals series in both first grade and premier league.
The Rabbitohs finished with the wooden spoon this season, winning a paltry three games but the club has gone on a big recruiting drive for next season as the Rabbitohs looks to make the finals for the first time in over a decade. Some of the new recruits include:
Adam Macdougall (Knights) Glen Hall (Bulldogs) Dean Byrne (Dragons) Todd Polglase (Bulldogs) Shane Marteene (Bulldogs) Terry Hill (Tigers) Willie Manu (Tigers) Joe Williams (Roosters