Rabbitohs TV TikTok Top Ten

TikTok has been downloaded over 6 billion times since it was launched internationally in 2017 & has become a mainstream app alongside established social media giants Facebook, TikTok & Twitter.

As we approach the magic 10k follower total on our Rabbitohs TV TikTok here’s a look at our ten most viewed posts.

Cameron Murray is ranked 10th on our list.

Special Mention | Damien Cook gave his jersey to Noela, the wife of the late Michael Cini last night

56.9k views – 4116 likes – 46 comments – 46 shares

The week after much loved Burrow member Michael Cini passed away, friend of the family Cookie made this lovely gesture to his grieving wife Noela.

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Damien Cook gave his jersey to Noela, the wife of the late Michael Cini last night. #rabbitohsradio #fyp #legend #damiencook #gorabbitohs

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Number 10 | Cam

58.1k views – 6105 likes – 124 comments – 173 shares

Cameron Murray gives us a smile after a press conference at Redfern Oval. Just to highlight Cams popularity his video has had the 2nd most shares on our list with 173.

Number 9 | Jaydn & Keaon

60.5k views – 3486 likes – 36 comments – 44 shares

Jaydn & his best mate Keaon at Redfern Oval before a press conference.

Number 8 | Reyno to Rodney O

65.7k views – 6965 likes – 104 comments – 72 shares

Rodney O the ‘voice’ of the Sydney Kings is presented with Adam Reynolds jersey as a young fan calls out frantically for attention.

Number 7 | JJ & The Sauce

75.2k views – 6158 likes – 64 comments – 60 shares

Young Souths fan JJ was a star when he appeared on Rabbitohs TV.

Number 6 | Chaps

88.6k views – 2709 likes – 42 comments – 163 shares

Chaps busted out a few moves for the North Maroubra Surf Riders (NMSR) boys at Maroubra Beach.

Number 5 | 2021 SG Ball team trial

114.1k views – 14k likes – 82 comments – 150 shares

Tallis Duncan leads the SG Ball team out for a trial at Mascot Oval.

Number 4 | The Jersey Flegg

118.6k views – 6490 likes – 40 comments – 59 shares

The Rabbitohs Jersey Flegg team going into battle at Ironmark High Performance Centre, Redfern.

Number 3 | Isaiah Vailalo

129.6k views – 7254 likes – 35 comments – 121 shares

Tough young prop Isaiah warms up at Mascot Oval.

Number 2 | Good shot Ben Lovett

150.7k views – 5614 likes – 24 comments – 43 shares

Young gun Souths forward Ben Lovett puts a good shot on the Panthers player bringing the ball back from the kickoff at Redfern Oval.

Number 1 | Constables @ Coogee

359k views – 20.9k likes – 326 comments – 821 shares

While shooting a street talk segment for Rabbitohs TV in Coogee, these two young policewomen gave us a smile as they walked past.

Rabbitohs TV TikTok Stats

Followers – 9930

Likes – 247.5k

#rabbitohsradio – 2.7 million views

#rabbitohstv – 1.4 million views

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By Steve Mavin

LIVE TODAY – Suttos Say 3.30pm | Reynos Home Auction 6.30pm | Juniors Jumbo Online Raffle 6.30pm

It’s Thursday the 16th of September 2021 & there’s 3 huge online events occurring today. Thanks to the beauty of technology you can take part in 1, 2 or all 3!

The first live event is a special edition of our weekly ‘Suttos Say’ segment.

This afternoon from 3.30pm will be the first live edition of Suttos Say allowing you to interact with our 2014 Grand Final winning captain.

Chat with John Sutton live today.

Prize winner Keiran Macklin will be joining us too after he subscribed by email to our website & was drawn out at random on our ‘Team List Tuesday’ show.

During the show today in the live chat section you can show your appreciation & make your comment stand out by purchasing YouTube’s Super Chat & Super Stickers. Prices start at $2 & range up to $50 or more. This is a good way to help out the team at Rabbitohs TV and an even better way to interact with us.

We give everyone a live shoutout that sends us a Super Chat or Super Sticker on the show & today you can ask John Sutton a question that he will respond to using this new feature.

Click HERE to visit Rabbitohs TV & join us from 3.30pm.

You can send us Super Chat & Super Stickers.

Events 2 & 3 both take place at the same time but this won’t prevent you from taking part in both simultaneously, here’s why.

Adam Reynolds home auction brought to you by NG Farah Real Estate is taking place via Zoom from 6.30pm & The Juniors Jumbo Online Raffle is also on at 6.30pm. Tickets for the online raffle can be pre purchased with no need to actually watch the live draw so this will allow you to get involved with both events at the same time.

We promoted the sale of our departing club captains home this week in an article comparing it to Graceland, the famous dwelling of the one & only Elvis. This is a rare opportunity for a Souths fans to buy & live in the home of a Rabbitohs legend.

Details of todays Zoom auction can be found HERE.

24 Napoleon St, Rosebery goes up for auction today.

If you aren’t in the market to buy then you can join Anthony Maroon from Triple M who will be drawing $3k in prizes live on The Juniors Facebook page from 6.30pm.

It’s a fun show with our man Maroon & you can interact with him via the text hotline on 0403 589 404.

Pre purchase your tickets for The Juniors Online Raffle HERE.

The Rabbitohs Road To The GF

It’s an exciting time for Souths fans as the Rabbitohs are just one win away from a second Grand Final appearance in 7 years.

The Bunnies will meet the winner of the Sea Eagles v Roosters semi-final clash coming up at 7.50pm this Friday the 17th of September at BB Print Stadium South Mackay, Queensland.

As the mighty Rabbitohs enjoy the week off to prepare for the Prelim final we take a look at the two elimination semi-finals coming up & the path the Bunnies face to progress to the title game.

Jaxson Paulo, Cody Walker & Jacob Host at training on Tuesday.

Sunny Mackay is 950km north of Brisbane, approximately half way between Rockhampton & Townsville, 150km south of Airlie Beach. It’s a long long way from either Brookvale or Bondi but that is what the teams face thanks to this dreaded global pandemic.

Manly will be desperate to bounce back from the 40-12 defeat they suffered to the Storm in week 1 of the finals while the Chooks will be hoping that they can continue to defy the odds after their 2021 squad has been decimated by injury.

The Sea Eagles welcome back hooker Lachlan Croker but the ‘Evil Empire’ will need to find another number 9 after Sam Verrills lost his bid to have his high tackle charge downgraded.

The only way Verrills will see more game time this year is if the Roosters beat Manly then Souths to make the Grand Final.

The Roosters get a boost with Nat Butcher making his return but that has been countered by yet another injury blow after Siosiua Taukeiaho was ruled out with a leg injury.

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Souths fans will be hoping both teams hammer each other in a torrid extra time encounter to leave them even more vulnerable the following week.

Either way I’m confident we can beat whichever team we face.

Souths took care of Manly 26-12 back in March & have defeated the Roosters twice, the latest victory a 54-12 flogging. Bring them on!

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The Panthers take on the Eels at 7.50pm on Saturday the 17th of September at the same venue in South Mackay.

The Eels welcome back Ryan Matterson while the Panthers will be bolstered by the return of Dylan Edwards, Moses Leota & Scott Sorensen.

Campbell Graham

The Eels come off a somewhat less than convincing elimination final win over the Knights while Ivan Cleary & his Panthers will attempt to pick up the pieces of a demoralising loss to the Rabbits.

Blake Taaffe

Once this weeks semi finals are over both preliminary finals & the Grand Final will all be played at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane.

The Rabbitohs will take on the winner of the Manly v Roosters game at 7.50pm on Friday 24th of September. The grand final will be played at 7.30pm (AEDT) on Sunday the 3rd of October so if the Bunnies win they will have a 9 day break to prepare for the big one.

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The Storm await the winner of the Eels v Panthers at 4pm on Saturday the 25th of September. The winner of that game gets an 8 day break going into the Grand Final.

The earlier kickoff than usual is to avoid a clash with the AFL Grand Final that starts at 7:15pm AEST in Perth on the same day.

The Melbourne v Western Bulldogs 2021 AFL Grand Final is the first AFL premiership-decider to be held in Perth and the second held outside of Victoria as a result of the ongoing challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic in recent seasons.

Daylight savings begins on the eve of the NRL Grand Final so kickoff Queensland local time will actually be at 6.30pm (7.30pm in Sydney) for this historic first ever decider outside of New South Wales.

Our stubby holders are still on sale.

If the games go to script then the Rabbitohs will meet the defending premiers the Melbourne Storm in the Grand Final.

The Storm have been awesome all year & have handed the Rabbitohs two of their four defeats in 2021.

The other two defeats for Souths were at the hands of the Panthers & the fact that we turned the tables on them last week gives me confidence that if we can defend like that again we can beat anyone.

Cameron Murray

The South Sydney Rabbitohs assignment has been set – win two more games of footy to make it a glorious premiership number 22. Yes Souths let’s do this.

By Steve Mavin

A Chance To Buy South Sydneys Graceland!

This coming Thursday night the 16th of September, local real estate agent and South Sydney Rabbitohs supporter David Lee has been entrusted to sell our skipper Adam Reynolds most prized possession.

No, it’s not his accurate right boot but his family home in Rosebery located in the heartland of South Sydney territory.

NG Farah Real Estate, a proud sponsor of Rabbitohs Radio will be selling the property via an online Zoom auction at 6.30pm.

If you’re looking to purchase, then look no further as 24 Napoleon St Rosebery can be yours on Thursday night.

On a wide and leafy street, this striking Torrens title residence offers the perfect credentials for family life. An open plan design invites seamless outdoor transitions, with the home designed for easy entertaining and year-round alfresco living. A contemporary design aesthetic incorporates polished timber floorboards, skylights and plantation shutters, with the interiors bathed in rich natural light. Nestled in one of the areas’ best pockets, this quality find is set within a short walk of St Therese Primary, parks, gourmet eateries at The Cannery, trains and Eastlakes shopping precinct.

This is a striking dual level home that was completed in 2016 with only one owner. The open plan living area connects to covered alfresco patios.

Other features include –

Gas kitchen features stone benches and a butler’s pantry.

Master suite includes walk-in robe, ensuite and a balcony.

Barbecue terrace with wine fridge adjoins a level garden.

Garage with house access plus extra parking in driveway.

Powder room, large laundry, rainfall showers & ducted air.

Rates: $150.99 per quarter approx.

Council Rates: $581.75 per quarter approx.

Land Size: 260.6sqm

Inspections: By Private Appointment.

Each inspection is 10 minutes.

To pre-book in an appointment please contact David Lee on 0488 897 897 or davidl@ngfarah.com.au

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Disclaimer: All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe reliable. We have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however we cannot guarantee it. All interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries.

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By Darren Brown

LIVE ON YOUTUBE!!!

Today was the very first time we went live on YouTube via Zoom.

It’s a milestone for our Rabbitohs TV channel that is worth celebrating & we want to thank everyone who has helped us along the way.

Our first live YouTube show

This Sunday we plan on going live again so stay tuned.

Work on the new home of the South Sydney Rabbitohs has begun!

Today Grant Chappell paid a visit to the Heffron Park site where work has begun on the South Sydney Rabbitohs new home.

Watch Chaps report on Rabbitohs TV

The Maroubra Burrow

We’ll keep you updated as work progresses right here on our website.

A VIEW FROM THE STANDS – Rabbitohs v Panthers Finals Week 1, 2021

Another year & another top 4 finish for the Rabbitohs which is quite a nice thing to say after the club spent so long in the wilderness.

Even more satisfying for me was that I won my bet I have every year with my mate the Roosters fan Con Parris.

Our long-standing wager is the team that finishes highest on the ladder out of the Bunnies & the Evil Empire wins a box of beer for the victor at the others expense.

I don’t remember the last time I collected & even in 2014 when we won the competition, I still had to cough up a slab because the latte sippers finished higher than us on the ladder. That was tough.

Last week the Dragons were terrible for the majority of the game & we saw a couple of youngsters put in eye catching performances in Pete Mamouzelos & Lachy Ilias who scored a try on debut. I thought Davvy Moale did well too & when you consider that he’s only 18 years old the future looks bright for our emerging talent.

We all know the story that the Rabbitohs have fallen at the last hurdle in 3 consecutive preliminary finals & this year missing one of our best players in Latrell doesn’t leave me filled with a whole lot of confidence that it won’t happen again.

Even at full strength the Bunnies were up against it. The Storm put 50 on us earlier in the year & the team they’ve picked this week has Harry Grant, Nicho Hynes & Nelson Asofa-Solomona on the bench!

The Panthers have beaten us twice & one of those was also a 50-point hammering.

In good news those last few points I made will be the last of the negativity that you will have to endure in this article.

I co-host Rabbitohs Radio & bleed red & green so let’s get to the good stuff.

We played sensational footy for the first 30 minutes to lead 12 nil against the Panthers in round 23 at Suncorp. We went on to concede 25 unanswered points but that was assisted by some nauseating officiating.

Points tend to flow on the back of an 11-2 penalty count so on an even playing field I believe we can beat them this time around up in Townsville.

Our bench is almost as impressive as the Storms & looks equally as good as the Panthers if not better.

The Panthers do have Tevita Pangai Junior & Liam Martin sitting on the pine but we have Jai Arrow, Benji, Jacob Host & big Tommy as our super subs.

The key to victory I believe lies in our spine & in particular in the hands of Cody Walker. We need him to rise to the occasion on the big stage & produce the type of playmaking that saw him set up a 1000 tries this year.

TEAM LIST TUESDAY – FINALS WEEK 1 RABBITOHS V PANTHERS

We need Cody to lead us all the way to the gf & take care of some unfinished business in the big games.

Captain Reyno has been tremendous all year, the way he digs into the line & straightens our attack is so valuable. It’s a big reason that our lethal left side punishes defences & allows AJ to score with ridiculous ease. We need to see that through the finals & Adams’ magical kicking game has to be at it’s very best to put pressure on the opposition & give us the vital field position required for our star backline to shine.

We definitely need Cookie to give his usual great service from dummy half but it’s vital that he runs the ball & keeps the big Panthers pack honest around the ruck.

If Damien can bust out a few of his darting bursts that we love so much then the flow on effect from that equates to more space on the edges for our attack.

Rookie Blake Taaffe played well last week & although there were a couple of forgettable moments he brings the ball back efficiently, can make a break & has the ability to set up tries like he’s done twice already in the limited game time he’s had.

We’ve interviewed Blake on our podcast, I know his dad Darren & uncle Brad so I am perhaps a bit biased but I really hope this kid can find some space out there on Saturday night & explode through a few holes to show everyone what he’s capable of. Blake has plenty of ability so don’t be surprised if you see him do some handy work for this team.

We need to have great line speed in defence to put pressure on Jarome Luai & especially Nathan Cleary. If we allow their Origin halfback to keep putting up those eye watering bombs it won’t end well & then we have to take care of & field the ones he does get up & away.

A huge defensive effort is essential against a team featuring metre monster Brian To’o, Crichton, Burton, Kikau etc.

Look for big games from our back three, Cameron, Keaon & Jaydn. Cameron will work himself to a standstill & take the line on. Keaon keeps getting better & is a post contact metre beast. Look out for more big shots from Jaydn like the one he put on Fletcher Baker 2 weeks ago.

Let’s roll up the sleeves rip in, go out there & give it to these blokes. Let them know that the mighty Rabbitohs are in town.

The final pieces of the puzzle are the two bookends Junior & the Goat. Junior keeps producing up front & Nico has to be one of the most improved players I’ve ever seen.

Win the battle in the middle, complete at a high rate, have a good kicking game & let the backs finish them off.

If we do that then I’m confident we can win in that magnificent new Townsville stadium that we can’t attend anytime soon.

If we do get rolled then the next test will be an elimination game with either the beatable Eels or a Knights team that limped into the finals.

A fourth shot at a prelim is entirely possible & if Souths can get past that stage who knows what might happen, maybe even number 22.

Souths by 4

By Steve Mavin

The Rabbitohs Mental Health Phoneline –

0466 045 195

The South Sydney Rabbitohs Wellbeing Department would like to inform you of a brand-new service we are providing:

 

 

We are privileged to have our Mental Health Ambassador Jed Cartwright, as the face of our phoneline.

We will be offering a comprehensive service for our South Sydney Rabbitohs and extended family i.e. your junior clubs.

We are a Wellbeing Hub for the Rabbitohs. If anyone is experiencing emotional distress and needs to talk to someone, is feeling suicidal, needs assistance to find relative mental health services, needs support or advice, worried about someone, needs to negate a Mental Health plan or Information for family and carers. Please contact us for a confidential conversation with an empathetic trained mental health person.

We are here to listen without judgement.

Anyone who contacts the Mental Health Phoneline will go through a triage process and must be over the age of 18 or have a parent or guardian present with them.

Don’t hesitate to reach out should you have any questions.

The Rabbitohs Mental Health Phoneline

0466 045 195

Jan EarlHead of Wellbeing – South Sydney Rabbitohs