Photo: PAUL MILLER/AAP
Photo: PAUL MILLER/AAP PAUL MILLER

Rabbitohs moving on from Broncos loss

SOUTH Sydney is focusing on Friday's clash with Manly, and not the refereeing decision that cost the Rabbitohs a win over Brisbane last Friday night.

NRL referees boss Tony Archer conceded the Broncos were incorrectly awarded a try to Tautau Moga.

South Sydney coach Michael Maguire was facing the prospect of a $10,000 fine after scathing in his assessment of the decision after his side'sdramatic 25-24 loss

Souths veteran John Sutton insisted the Rabbitohs had moved on.

 

"It doesn't really matter. We've got to put it behind us now, make sure we train hard this week and put in a better performance," Sutton said yesterday.

Sutton also expressed frustration at the likely loss of prop George Burgess, who is expected to accept a four-game ban for a shoulder charge on Anthony Milford.

 

"His runs in the game were very strong, but you can't shoulder charge and we'll just cop what he gets and move on," Sutton said.

"George has been going well for us. He's had a couple of brain snaps, but he's just going to have to spend some on the sideline, work hard and get back on the field."

In good news for the Rabbitohs, halfback Adam Reynolds is set to return from a one-game absence with a hip injury after going through a light jog on Sunday.

News Corp Australia


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