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Merritt created our success: Souths

Retiring Rabbitoh Nathan Merritt's South Sydney team mates Greg Inglis and John Sutton have praised the record breaking winger as instrumental in creating the culture that has taken them from easybeats to NRL premiership favourites.

Ahead of the Rabbitohs third successive preliminary final vistory against Sydney Roosters last Friday, Souths all-time leading tryscorer Merritt announced his retirement.

Merritt broke Benny Wearing's long standing Rabbitohs all-time try scoring record with his 145th first grade try in round six...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 October 2014 08:17

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Goodes yet to decide on AFL future

Sydney's devastating AFL grand final performance will have no bearing on whether Adam Goodes keeps playing.

Goodes and his team mates met with Swans fans last Sunday morning at Albert Park in Melbourne, the day after Hawthorn dominated them for a surprise 63 point win.

The two-time Brownlow Medallist now will decide whether he continues his stellar playing career.

There had been speculation that a win would have been the perfect way for Goodes to bow out.

But when asked if the loss would have any bearing on...

 

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