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By Steve Mavin for Bunnies TV.

Jye Gray is back and Liam Le Blanc will make his NRL debut off the bench. All 3 grades are at the same venue this Saturday 22nd June at Accor Stadium, Sydney.


7:35pm the 14th placed Bunnies take on the Sea Eagles who are currently 8th on the NRL ladder.

The Rabbitohs are pleased to announce their squad for round 16 of the 2024 NRL Premiership against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles to be played this Saturday 22 June at 7:35pm at Accor Stadium.

Rabbitohs interim Head Coach Ben Hornby has named Jye Gray to return at fullback to replace Latrell Mitchell who has been selected to play for New South Wales in State of Origin game II. Middle forward Liam Le Blanc will make his NRL debut from the interchange bench, replacing captain Cameron Murray who is also on New South Wales duty.

Junior Appreciation Round

Round 16 is the Rabbitohs Junior Appreciation Round, paying tribute to all junior participants in the game of Rugby League as well as the Club’s Junior Members. Kids can go FREE to this game with every adult ticket purchase giving entry to one child free-of-charge.

Todays live team list Tuesday show.

Kids can visit the Junior Fan Fest outside of gates J/K to collect their FREE Adventure Passport and collect stamps by taking part in a heap of FREE activities including face painting, footy clinics, an inflatable obstacle course and much more! Players from the South Sydney junior clubs will take part in a march past pre-game, and our Junior MCs will take you through all of the pre-game and half-time entertainment on game day.

Gates open at Accor Stadium at 3:15pm on Saturday with the Jersey Flegg Cup game commencing at 3:25pm and the KOE NSW Cup match starting at 5:10pm.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs’ squad for the round 16 clash with the Sea Eagles is:

1- Jye Gray
2- Alex Johnston
3- Taane Milne
4- Richie Kennar
5- Jacob Gagai
6- Jack Wighton
7- Cody Walker (c)
8- Davvy Moale
9- Damien Cook
10- Sean Keppie
11- Michael Chee Kam
12- Jai Arrow
13- Keaon Koloamatangi 


14- Peter Mamouzelos
15- Tallis Duncan
16- Thomas Burgess
17- Liam Le Blanc
18- Dion Teaupa
19- Chase Chapman
20- Adam Christensen
21- Bayleigh Bentley-Hape
22- Gehamat Shibasaki 

Coach – Ben Hornby


The South Sydney Rabbitohs’ NSW Cup and Jersey Flegg Cup teams will take on the Sea Eagles in round 16 action of their respective competitions this Saturday night as curtain raisers to the NRL fixture between the same two clubs at Accor Stadium.

The KOE NSW Cup match between South Sydney and Blacktown Workers will kick off at 5:10pm with the Jersey Flegg Cup fixture between the Rabbitohs and the Sea Eagles scheduled to commence at 3:25pm.

Super Saturday at Accor Stadium.


NSW Cup 5:10pm the 11th placed Rabbitohs take on the v Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles who sit in 8th position.

Mr Gordon Whippy is a new name on the bench.

The NSW Cup team to play Blacktown Workers is:

1- Bayleigh Bentley-Hape
2- Leon Te Hau
3- Brandon Webster-Mansfield
4- Leonard Skelton
5- Jude Saldanha
6- Dion Teaupa
7- Jarrett Subloo
8- Matthew French
9- Ryan Gray
10- Yileen Gordon
11- Henry O’Kane
12- Adam Christensen
13- Chase Chapman (c) 


14- Aiden Doolan
15- Gordon Whippy
16- Tevita Taumoepenu
17- Billy Tsikrikas
18- Maila Chanfoon 

Coach – Joe O’Callaghan

Jersey Flegg

Jersey Flegg 3:25pm the 8th placed Rabbitohs meet a Manly side that are 6th on the ladder.

Thomas Fletcher returns from injury in the second row. Drew William will start on the wing after being named on the bench last week.

The Jersey Flegg Cup team to play the Sea Eagles is:

1- Emmanuel Di Bartolo
2- Dane Towns
3- Carson Kaho
4- Zane Rugless
5- Drew Williams
6- Samuel Taylor
7- Bailey Smith
8- Jason Hallie
9- TJ Herring
10- Noah Reed
11- Thomas Fletcher
12- Kayde King
13- Louis Grossemy 


14- Jordan Plath
15- Toby Sullivan
16- Jack Field
17- Palu Tausala
22- Daniel Matakaiongo
19- Hayden Molkentien
20- Mikael Ibrahim 

Coach – Chris O’Connell

Womens Team

The Rabbitohs Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership squad will play their first trial game of the pre-season against the Sea Eagles on Sunday 23 June at the Narrabeen Sports Centre at 1pm.

Fiji captain Josephine Maejiirs training at Erskineville Oval.

A squad of 32 players will rotate through a number of positions over four-quarters of football as they prepare for the opening game of the season against the Central Coast Roosters on Saturday 6 July.

Rabbitohs v Kirwin High 15/16s

The Rabbitohs will play Kirwan High this Thursday live and free on Bunnies TV. Kirwin High are an U15/16’s high school team who are visiting Sydney from QLD.

The Rabbitohs team is a combined 15/16’s team of players from or local junior clubs. The game will kick off at 5.00pm on Thursday at Redfern Oval

Live on Thursday from 5pm.

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