Wahs Week – Team List Tuesday

By Steve Mavin for Bunnies TV.

First Grade (16th – 1 Win – 3 Losses)

A much needed first win for the Rabbitohs finally came on Good Friday with a 20-16 defeat of Bulldogs at Accor Stadium. This performance was a huge improvement on what the team had delivered in rounds 1 to 3. Star recruit Jack Wighton was one of our best and his 2 tries were the winning difference.

A double to Jack Wighton was the winning difference.

This weekend on Super Saturday, the New Zealand Warriors also known as the ‘Wahs’ await. The Kiwi side will be full of confidence after back to back wins against the Raiders and Knights. The Wahs also only suffered narrow losses to Storm and Sharks in rounds 1 and 2. This is a tough game that the Bunnies will be desperate to win. The match will be live on Foxtel and Kayo.

NSW Cup (6th – 1 Win – 2 Losses – 1 Bye)

A splendid comeback by our Cup side looked to be good enough to steal victory until a late try by the Bulldogs snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. It was a devastating loss after Souths had played some great footy to fight their way to a 2nd half lead. Fullback Jye Gray scored another try. His form has been outstanding and while he’s been playing fullback I believe his best position is in the halves.

On Saturday at 12:40pm the Rabbits again play the curtain raiser to the main game. They take on the 10th placed Warriors that have won 2 and lost 2 so far in the 2024 competition. The game will be live on Foxtel.

Jersey Flegg (10th – 2 Wins – 2 Losses)

A 2 game winning streak to start the season pumped up the hope that our under 21s Flegg boys might be in for a big year. 2 heavy defeats to the Roosters and Dogs has given the team a reality check and sent them back to the drawing board.

Wahs Week - Team List Tuesday
Coach Tippy and the team.

The talent is there in the team but they need to get the simple things right. Good ball control, strict discipline, compete sets, commitment in defence and improved form should come.

On Saturday morning at 10:00am the winless last placed Warriors travel across the ditch and will no doubt be going all out to get their season kick started. Redfern Oval is being closed for a few weeks so Erskineville Oval will be the venue for this game. Check the NSWRL website for details. This match will be live streamed on Bunnies TV YouTube channel.

Junior Reps

Round 9 was the final game for all our junior rep teams. Both boys teams had wins, the SG Ball side dismantled the Raiders at Redfern and the Harold Matts were too good for the Raiders in Queanbeyan.

On the field with the Rabbitohs today.

The girls teams both suffered defeats to end their seasons. Good luck to all our young stars for the rest of the year and beyond.

Official Team Announcement

The South Sydney Rabbitohs are pleased to announce their squad for round five of the 2024 NRL Premiership against the Warriors to be played this Saturday 6 April at 3pm at Accor Stadium.

Rabbitohs Head Coach Jason Demetriou has named Izaac Tu’itupou Thompson on the wing to replace the injured Alex Johnston. Sean Keppie comes onto the interchange bench to replace Shaquai Mitchell who is undergoing the HIA return-to-play protocols.

Charlie Rabbit
Charlie Gallico is a hero to the Harold Matthews Cup boys.

Rabbitohs forward Jacob Host will play his 50th NRL game for South Sydney on Saturday afternoon, following on from his 100th NRL career game last weekend. Host’s NRL debut game in South Sydney colours was against the Storm at AAMI Park in round one, 2021.

The curtain raiser match will see the Rabbitohs play the Warriors in the NSW KOE Cup at 12:40pm. Gates at Accor Stadium will open at 12:30pm.

At half time of the NRL fixture, ten lucky Rabbitohs Members and supporters will have the chance to win a Train Like a Rabbitoh experience at the USANA Rabbitohs Centre, proudly presented by USANA.

Tickets for this match are available from www.ticketek.com.au.

The Team

The South Sydney Rabbitohs’ squad for the round five clash with the Warriors is:

  1. Latrell Mitchell
  2. Izaac Tu’itupou Thompson
  3. Jack Wighton
  4. Isaiah Tass
  5. Taane Milne
  6. Cody Walker
  7. Dean Hawkins
  8. Junior Tatola
  9. Damien Cook
  10. Thomas Burgess
  11. Keaon Koloamatangi
  12. Jacob Host
  13. Cameron Murray (c)


  1. Michael Chee Kam
  2. Tallis Duncan
  3. Sean Keppie
  4. Davvy Moale
  5. Peter Mamouzelos
  6. Lachlan Ilias
  7. Richie Kennar
  8. Jye Gray
  9. Jacob Gagai

Coach – Jason Demetriou


The South Sydney Rabbitohs’ NSW Cup and Jersey Flegg Cup squads will take on the Warriors this Saturday 6 April in round five clashes.

The NSW Cup match will be the curtain-raiser match played at Accor Stadium, kicking off at 12:40pm.

The Jersey Flegg Cup under 21s men’s match will be played at Erskineville Oval with kick off scheduled for 10am.

Wahs Week - Team List Tuesday
Another try to Jye Gray.

The NSW Cup team to play the Warriors is:

1- Jye Gray
2- Leon Te Hau
3- Braidon Burns
4- Jacob Gagai
5- Richie Kennar
6- Dion Teaupa
7- Lachlan Ilias
8- Yileen Gordon
9- Peter Mamouzelos (c)
10- Brock Gray
11- Kaylen Miller
12- Adam Christensen
13- Chase Chapman


14- Ryan Gray
15- Matt French
16- Maila Chanfoon
17- Marco Moretti
18- Jarrett Subloo
19- Bayleigh Bentley-Hape

Coach – Joe O’Callaghan

The Jersey Flegg Cup team to play the Warriors is:

1- Dane Towns
2- Aaron Dimovitch
3- Aaron Macey
4- Carson Kaho
5- Hayden Molkentein
6- Emmanuel Di Bartolo
7- Brent Hawkins
8- Louis Grossemy
9- Jordan Plath
10- William Abou Arrage
11- Joshua Alhazim
12- Jared Johnson
13- Aiden Doolan


14- TJ Herring
15- Toby Sullivan
17- Tyrese Dungay
18- Kayde King
21- Daniel Matakaiongo
20- Mitchell Reeve

Coach – Chris O’Connell

Wahs Week – Team List Tuesday.

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