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SOUTH Sydney have consolidated their second position on the ladder, with a ruthless 50-10 victory over the Newcastle Knights in front of 11,570 fans at Barlow Park, Cairns.
SCANS today have confirmed that Rabbitohs fullback Greg Inglis will miss the next four to eight weeks
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs are excited to announce the re-signing of Australian international, Queensland State of Origin player and Indigenous All Star Greg Inglis until the end of the 2017 season.
THE Dragons strongly refute any allegations made in respect of the comments of Head Coach Steve Price in the post-match press conference on Saturday.
WITH plenty of conjecture over the charges laid today following Round 20 of the Telstra Premiership, we've broken down the who, what, how and why of the Match Review Committee's decisions.
THE South Sydney Rabbitohs are shocked by the grade four dangerous contact charge handed down to player Greg Inglis by the NRL Match Review Committee, and have spoken out about the statements made by the opposition Coach in the post-match press conference
RABBITOHS centre Greg Inglis has been diagnosed with a chip fracture and sprained ligaments to his left ankle.
RABBITOHS centre Greg Inglis will miss the remainder of the 2011 NRL season after he was diagnosed with a grade two syndesmosis ankle ligament injury.
STAR recruit Greg Inglis has been selected in the centres for the South Sydney Rabbitohs' NRL season opener against Sydney Roosters on March 11.
ON paper, Souths should be primed to make a run for the top eight. The true test for the Rabbitohs is to show the required mental and physical toughness to defend their try line.
MELBOURNE Storm is pleased to announce the situation involving Greg Inglis' proposed move to the South Sydney Rabbitohs has been resolved.
IN response to a number of media enquiries regarding Greg Inglis, Melbourne Storm CEO, Mr Ron Gauci, would like to make the following statement:
THE Melbourne Storm have claimed a record defeat over the Cowboys, scoring ten tries in a 58-12 rout in front of a crowd of 10,661 at AAMI Park in Melbourne tonight.
GREG Inglis has today issued the following statement following the making of a diversion order at the Sunshine Magistrates Court today.
THE Melbourne Storm board has today given approval for Greg Inglis to return to full playing duties.