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THE Canberra Raiders have turned on an impressive second half display to comprehensively demolish the South Sydney Rabbitohs 34 points to 18 at ANZ Stadium tonight.
A diabolical second half performance from Souths, in which their players replaced their hands with slabs of meat, has helped the Manly Sea Eagles to a clinical 24 points to 8 win at ANZ Stadium tonight.
CRAIG Wing scored a double to lead South Sydney in a come-from-behind 22-12 victory over the Newcastle Knights in front of 15,277 fans at Bluetongue Stadium.
IT may have just been a trial, but both teams played as if there were two competition points on the line, as Souths ran out 18 points to 6 victors over St George in the Charity Shield
RHYS Wesser has starred in South Sydney's 38-4 demolition of Penrith Panthers... Pnathers also went down to the Parramatta Eels 34-12
WESTS Tigers have defeated the South Sydney Rabbitohs 30-26 in the season's second NRL trial at Redfern yesterday.
LEAGUEUNLIMITED.COM'S Paul Zines looks at the 2008 NRL season, club-by-club.
THE Melbourne Storm have convincingly defeated South Sydney 42-4 to clinch the minor premiership from Manly-Warringah, in front of almost 14,000 fans at Olympic Park tonight.
FACTS, stats and info for the Melbourne Storm's NRL clash against the Rabbitohs on Sunday night.
IN undoubtedly one of the upsets of the season, the South Sydney Rabbitohs have trounced premiership contenders the Manly Sea Eagles 40-32 in front of 11,114 fans at ANZ Stadium.
SHARKS defence hangs tough, Souths waste chances.
A vintage two try effort from Adam MacDougall proved too much for the patchy South Sydney Rabbitohs as they went down 39-12 against Newcastle this afternoon, in front of 23,182 fans at EnergyAustralia Stadium.
THE Rabbitoh resurgence continued tonight as South Sydney, on the back of a near 80 minute performance, by skipper Roy Asotasi made it five wins in a row and proving too strong for the Parramatta Eels by 32-20 at ANZ Stadium.
AN exciting game of NRL Monday Night football saw the South Sydney Rabbitohs record their fourth straight win, the first time the proud club has achieved such a feat since 1994.
SOUTH Sydney have staged a miracle comeback from 28-4 down early in the second half to defeat North Queensland 29-28 at Dairy Farmers in front of 15,631 fans.