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Former Rabbitoh Bruce Longbottom on Mavos Golf Blog.

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Steve Mavin at Eastlake Golf Club
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Gerald Symonds & Steve Mavin having a hit.
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Adam Peek – A Rugby League Journeyman

By Steve Mavin

In a career that began in 1997 and ended in the UK in 2011, Adam Peek played for 7 different rugby league clubs. One of those teams was the Rabbitohs in 2002 (first grade player #959).

Adam played in the historic first match after reinstatement when Souths met the Roosters in round 1, coming off the bench in front of 35,316 fans at the Sydney Football Stadium on the 15th of March 2002.

Adam Peek – Newcastle v Souths at Energy Australia Stadim, Sunday May 26th 2002. (Image Colin Whelan)

Prior to his arrival at Redfern, Adam spent 3 years at the Bulldogs and his dad John Peek also played for Souths (#639) and the Doggies making this father and son a rare duo who have both represented the same two clubs at the elite level.

Chaps, Browny and myself all work with now 44 year old ‘Peeky’ on the Port Botany waterfront, he’s a great bloke, a workmate who is always up for a chat, a family man and proud dad.

We caught up with Peeky at work for a chat

10 years after retirement the former forward is still looking fit and he’s a big unit too standing 190cm (6ft 3in) and weighing in over 100kg.

For the record Adam Peek made 179 appearances in the top grade scoring 10 tries. In the NRL his clubs were Adelaide, Bulldogs, Rabbitohs, Eels, Dragons, Sharks and Crusaders in the Super League…more clubs than Greg Norman!

Listen to our John Peek feature

Today We Hit 2k

By Steve Mavin

2k Subscribers on Rabbitohs TV

Today we hit two thousand subscribers on Rabbitohs TV YouTube. This is a huge result for us when you consider that we only passed the magical 1k subscriber total in September this year.

Our Jersey Flegg sprint video has 88k views

Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to subscribe, watch, comment, share or click the like button on our YouTube videos.

Our chat with Souths young gun Blake Taaffe

There’s plenty more exclusive content to come & we’ve shared a couple of our favourites here for you to check out.

Satts sings the Souths song

Ben Hornby Rabbitohs TV Exclusive

By Steve Mavin

On Thursday the 2nd of December 2021, Chaps & Browny spoke to South Sydney Rabbitohs assistant coach Ben Hornby on Rabbitohs TV.

Former captain Adam Reynolds

When asked the question on every Souths fans lips in regards to the vacant halfback position, 2010 premiership winner Ben revealed that rookie Lachlan Ilias will “get first crack” in the number seven jersey after the departure to the Broncos of club legend Adam Reynolds.

Our Ben Hornby exclusive.
Lachlan Ilias scored on debut for the Rabbitohs.

This exclusive story was reported by other news outlets including Fox League, Sporting News Australia & Zero Tackle.

Souths assistant coach Ben Hornby on Rabbitohs TV

We also uncovered another scoop when Ben told us that Jaxson Paulo & Taane Milne are the frontrunners to take Dane Gagais’ left centre position.

Another Rabbitohs TV exclusive.

When asked the 2022 club captain question Ben left that firmly in the hands of head coach Jason Demetriou when he said “that is a tough decision for JD”. Stay tuned on that one.

Rabbitohs head coach Jason Demetriou

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G I – 2011 – A Decade Ago

By Steve Mavin

A pictorial tribute to rugby league superstar Greg Inglis who joined the Rabbitohs ten years ago in 2011.

NRL Preseason, Return to Redfern, Souths v Newtown Jets, Redfern Oval, Saturday 5th February 2011. Photo: Renee McKay
NRL Preseason, Return to Redfern, Souths v Newtown Jets, Redfern Oval, Saturday 5th February 2011. Photo: Renee McKay
: NRL Rugby League, Round 22 South Sydney Rabbitohs v Parramatta Eels at SOS, Monday August 8th 2011. Digital image by Colin Whelan
NRL Round 3 – Parramatta v South Sydney, at ANZ Stdium Friday the 25th of March 2011. Digital image by Grant Trouville
NRL Rugby League match, South Sydney Rabbitohs V Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks at ANZ Stadium, Friday April 29th 2011. Digital Image by Robb Cox
: NRL Rugby League, Round 22 South Sydney Rabbitohs v Parramatta Eels at SOS, Monday August 8th 2011. Digital image by Colin Whelan
Greg Inglis : NRL Rugby League match, Manly Warringah Sea Eagles V South Sydney Rabbitohs at Brookvale Oval. Sunday July 10th 2011. Digital pic by Robb Cox
Rugby League, NRL Round 23 Canberra Raiders v South Sydney Rabbitohs at Canberra Stadium, Sunday August 14th 2011. Digital image by Colin Whelan
: NRL Pre Season – CHARITY SHIELD 28, Dragons v Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium Sunday the 13th of February. Digital Image by Grant Trouville
: NRL Round 3 – Parramatta v South Sydney, at ANZ Stdium Friday the 25th of March 2011. Digital image by Grant Trouville
David Taylor celebrates his try with Greg Inglis: NRL Round 13, Souths v Storm, ANZ Stadium, Sunday 5th June 2011 . Digital Image by Renee McKay