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On Rabbitohs TV today we took an in depth look at the Rabbitohs 32-12 loss to the Broncos last night at Accor Stadium, Sydney. In our recap we give an honest evaluation of the performance of both teams in the Thursday night footy clash.
Many thanks to my co-host Darren Brown for his efforts last night at the game. Browny was a guest of former Rabbitoh Jimmy Smith on his SEN League pre game show (listen below).
Once his radio spot was done Browny took a range of photos of the team warming up pre game. This was the first time he had used our new Sony zoom lens from the grandstand and the images he captured are excellent.
The Rabbitohs defeated the Dragons today after losing Latrell Mitchell early in what is being reported as a hamstring injury.
In a much needed win Lachlan Ilias had another big game, Keaon Kolomatangi was brilliant and Campbell Graham was outstanding. The Rabbitohs overall weren’t great, completing at just 71% but there were some good signs that the team is improving.
Davvy Moale made an instant impact with his first run of the game allowing the team to roll forward for Keaon Koloamatangi to score in the 34th minute.
Helping the Bunnies cause was a performance from the Dragons that can only be described as dreadful.
The Souths old boys made the trip to Accor Stadium tonight to witness the win.
Club legends Les Davidson, Rocky Laurie & Ziggy Niszczot were among the group who started the day at The Juniors Kingsford before making their way out to the game.
Darren Brown & Grant Chappell from Rabbitohs TV were both at the game to host the post match function in the P&O Members Deck. Browny & Chaps interviewed Liam Knight on stage in front of the Rabbitohs members.
Botany resident Rachael Smith sprang into action at the start of COVID-19 to provide local families in need with essential groceries.
She teamed up with Alt Saints General Store to launch Pantry4ThePeople, where people can help themselves to donated items as needed. Rachael’s motto is: Take what you need, give what you can.” Anyone from the community is welcome to use the pantry and can discreetly take items at night if they wish.
Rachael aims to ensure that people always have access to a meal and that school lunch boxes are never empty. People can also request items, which Rachael sources and hand delivers to their homes.
With the help of her family, Rachael has secured regular donations from local businesses and uses social media to encourage members of the community to participate.
Now Rachael has her eye on future sustainability and has initiated community fruit and vegetable gardens to supply the pantry.
“We speak to many people at the pantry and feel proud when we hear how grateful they are,” says Rachael.
She feels humbled and emotional about being nominated as a Westfield Local Hero. “In a very short time, the feeling of community and inclusivity has far exceeded any of our initial expectations.” Westfield online.
“Great work I see people using this service often.” Local bus driver Scott Hoskin