South Sydney

South Sydney may refer to:

  • City of South Sydney, a former local government area in Sydney, Australia.
  • South Sydney Rabbitohs, a National Rugby League team.
  • Southern Sydney, the southern suburbs of Sydney.

Other articles related to "sydney, south sydney, souths":

List Of Sydney Roosters Honours
... The following is a list of titles that the National Rugby League club, the Sydney Roosters, have won ... Premierships (12) Year Opponent Score 1911 Glebe 11-8 1912 No Opponent 1913 No Opponent 1923 South Sydney 15-12 1935 South Sydney 19-3 1936 Balmain 32-12 1937 No Opponent. 38-0 2002 Warriors 30-8 Runners-up (15) Year Opponent Score 1908 Souths 12-14 1919 No Opponent 1921 No Opponent 1928 South Sydney 5-26 1931 South Sydney 7-12 1934 Wests 12-15 1938 Canterbury 6-19 1941 St ...
Les Davidson
... He played for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks and represented at both the State and national levels ... Davidson made his first grade debut for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 1985 ... At the end of the 1986 NSWRL season, he became the first South Sydney player in over a decade to be selected for Australlia when he went on the 1986 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain ...
Shaun Mc Rae - Career
... He returned to Australia and joined the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2004 ... Under McRae South Sydney finished the 2005 NRL season level on 23 premiership points with 2004 premiers the Canterbury Bulldogs ... He moved upstairs to the position of director of rugby at the South Sydney Rabbitohs ...
Sean Garlick
... Sean Garlick (born 6 August 1969 in in Sydney, Australia) is an Australian former rugby league footballer, former policeman, former actor and now a businessman ... A South Sydney junior, he went on to captain Easts as well as the Rabbitohs in his final season with the Club in 1999 ... South Sydney 1990-93 and 1997-99 - 91 first grade games plus 5 replacements ...

Famous quotes containing the words sydney and/or south:

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