S1 ‘Bonus’ Ep8 John Sutton Says Goodbye To Souths

John Sutton

“Watching John through the seasons has been a pleasure and a revelation, From such a shy young man to the natural leader he is today, you would be hard pressed to find a more committed player in the game.” Russell Crowe.

Born on 5 November 1984, John Sutton is of Australian and Rotuman (now part of Fiji) heritage, and played a record 336 first grade games scoring 68 tries, 7 goals and kicking one field goal.

Rabbitohs Radio sit down with Bunnies premiership winning captain John Sutton for an extended chat about his time at South Sydney. From his junior years with Kenso & growing up in Maroubra, his debut in 2004 against Wayne Bennetts’ Brisbane Broncos, the current squad, the changes he has seen at Souths, all the coaches he has played under & a stack more.

This weeks show also features heartfelt tributes from: Reni Maitua, John Sutton Senior, Scott Geddes, Arthur Kitinas, Mark Ellison, Keith McGraw, Stacey Sutton, David Furner and more.

We caught up with John Sutton at the Maroubra Bay Hotel

John Sutton Wikipedia

John Sutton Career Stats

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Russell Crowe hails Rabbitohs record-breaker John Sutton a South Sydney’s ‘favourite son’

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Inglis and Sutton make quick transition to coaching

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