Season 1 Episode 16 Summer Show With Joe Williams 12/12/2019

We are proud to present our final show for the year & we believe it’s one of our best. We discuss the Sam Burgess salary cap exemption, Browny gives us his best 17 players for the 2020 season, Chaps reveals details of a freakish accident, we rate Souths greatest halfbacks, interview former Bunnies number 7 Joe Williams & much more. #rabbitohsradio

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Yes Samantha Mavin, Joe Williams is a great speaker 📞

Bobby Grant

Former Balmain junior Bobby Grant played halfback in four straight grand finals (1968-71) with the Rabbitohs, the highlight being his brilliant two-try effort to defeat Manly in 1970. Among a galaxy of great players at Souths, Grant’s role was often underrated and his sporadic Test career started with selection in the third and deciding Test against Great Britain in 1970. He toured NZ the following year, playing in the one Test on tour (the 24-3 loss at Carlaw Park), and was named RLW’s Player of the Year. Grant also gained selection in Australia’s 1972 World Cup squad but his Test career was usurped by the emergence of Tom Raudonikis.
– ALAN WHITICKER

Arguably Souths greatest halfback Bobby Grant

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