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Roosters burst out of blocks to blow away Rabbitohs in NRL finals opener

Roosters burst out of blocks to blow away Rabbitohs in NRL finals opener

The Sydney Roosters have taken a giant leap towards back-to-back NRL premierships after Luke Keary sparked the Tri-Colours to a 30-6 finals romp over South Sydney. The Roosters are now one game away from the grand final after putting in arguably the most dominant performance of the season in their qualifying final victory over the Rabbitohs at the

Roosters v Rabbitohs in NRL finals blockbuster

Roosters v Rabbitohs in NRL finals blockbuster

South Sydney are the only team to beat the premiership favourites twice this season after the Roosters suffered a shock loss to the Rabbitohs last weekend. Tricolours enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves beat his katest charge the judiciary on Tuesday and will play alongside returnees Luke Keary, Brett Morris, Mitch Aubusson and Siosiua Taukeiaho. Souths

Souths and Roosters go again with latest chapter of fierce rivalry to be written | Matt Cleary

Souths and Roosters go again with latest chapter of fierce rivalry to be written | Matt Cleary

T here was once a rabbit, and it was called Ron Coote. It was a pet belonging to a family of South Sydney Rabbitohs who had named it after the great NSW, Australia and Rabbitohs lock. Yet when their club captain left Souths in 1971 to join arch-rivals Eastern Suburbs Roosters, Coote received a letter informing him that the family had eaten the rabbit