Fabulous ’14 – The Crowds

Our Fabulous ’14 series pays tribute to the Rabbitohs 2014 premiership winning season. Today we feature the people in the crowd on that magic October day.

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Digital Image Jon Ng
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Digital Image Jon Ng
Digital Image Jon Ng

Fabulous ’14 – John Sutton

Our Fabulous ’14 series pays tribute to the Rabbitohs 2014 premiership winning season. Today we feature our legendary captain John Sutton.

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Sutto played 22 games in 2014 scoring 1 try.

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In the grand final win Sutto ran the ball 13 times for 118 metres, made 18 tackles with no misses & put in a lovely kick for a try assist for Adam Reynolds.

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Photo by Colin Whelan

Fabulous ‘14 – Jason Clark

Our Fabulous ’14 series pays tribute to the Rabbitohs 2014 premiership winning season. Today we feature Souths utility forward Jason Clark.

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Jason Clark made 22 appearances for Souths in 2014 scoring 2 tries. Clarky played all 3 finals games including the 30-6 Grand Final win over the Bulldogs. He played 37 minutes in the decider running the ball 8 times for 85 metres, making 25 tackles with no misses.

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Digital Image by Robb Cox

Jason Clark played 10 seasons for the Rabbitohs for 169 games & 9 tries. Since 2019 Clarky has played 59 games for Warrington in the UK scoring 3 tries.

I grew up in the same street as the Clarks in Botany & I work with Jasons’ dad Gary. I’ll never forget embracing Jason at the teams Grand Final win after match function at The Juniors Kingsford, 43 years of waiting for that day to come finally arrived & Jason was a big part of that. Glory Glory.

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Fabulous ’14 – Issac Luke

Our Fabulous ’14 series pays tribute to the Rabbitohs 2014 premiership winning season. Today we feature Souths star hooker Issac Luke.

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Issac Luke made 18 appearances for the Rabbitohs in 2014 & kicked 5 goals. Issac played a total of 188 games for Souths, scoring 36 tries but 2014 was the only one of his 9 seasons at Redfern that he didn’t score a single try. We can’t confirm whether or not he did a nudie run on the teams Mad Monday.

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Photo by Colin Whelan
Digital image by Colin Whelan
Photo by Colin Whelan
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Photo by Colin Whelan

Issac Luke missed the Grand Final after he was suspended for a lifting tackle on Sonny Bill Williams in the 38th minute of the Rabbitohs 32-22 prelim final win over the Roosters.

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Issac Luke found guilty at NRL judiciary and will miss 2014 grand final

The loss of Issac became the story of Grand Final week after the Bulldogs were also missing their star hooker Michael Ennis with a fractured foot.

Apisai Koroisau played well at hooker in place of Issac in the grand final. Apisai ran for 87 metres & made 29 tackles with no misses. Moses Mbye replaced Ennis & ran for just 28 metres & missed 2 tackles.

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After the historic Grand Final win Souths coach Michael Maquire gave Issac his ring & Russell Crowe presented Isaac with a ring he had specially made.

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Digital Image by Grant Trouville
Digital Image by Robb Cox

Fabulous ’14 – Greg Inglis

Our Fabulous ’14 series pays tribute to the Rabbitohs 2014 premiership winning team. Today we feature the mighty GI, Souths icon Greg Inglis.

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In 2014 Greg Inglis played 24 games & scored 13 tries.

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GI kicked off the season with a hat trick of tries in a 28-8 win over the Roosters at Stadium Australia.

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Greg scored another hat trick in a 42-16 round 23 defeat of the Broncos at Stadium Australia.

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In the Grand Final Greg Inglis ran the ball 15 times for 254 metres & scored one magic try followed by his trademark ‘Goanna’.