Rabbitohs stage a footy clinic in opposition to woeful Warriors – with Latrell Mitchell dazzling once more with solo effort
- South Sydney blitzed the woeful New Zealand Warriors on Saturday afternoon
- Jason Demetriou’s males flexed their muscle mass in what was a commanding show
- Rabbitohs scored tries for enjoyable, star fullback Latrell Mitchell once more was a standout
Scintillating South Sydney outclassed the woeful New Zealand Warriors on Saturday, cruising to victory on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.
At one stage the Rabbitohs had been on monitor to be scoring a degree a minute as they surged as much as sixth spot on the NRL ladder with the finals looming.
Lock Cameron Murray arrange the primary three tries, with Lachlan Ilias, Damien Cook and Tevita Tatola all crossing the stripe.
Scintillating South Sydney outclassed the woeful New Zealand Warriors on Saturday, cruising to victory on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland (pictured, lock Cameron Murray)
Latrell Mitchell (pictured) once more showcased his class scoring tries both aspect of halftime
Izaac Thompson of the Rabbitohs was spectacular and scored on debut (pictured)
Gun fullback Latrell Mitchell once more showcased his class, along with his solo effort within the thirty first minute an instance of his brute power.
Three Warriors gamers did not lock up Jai Arrow, and Mitchell capitalised, steaming onto the ball earlier than forcing his method underneath the posts.
He then added a second for good measure within the 56th minute.
In one in all many highlights for the rampant Rabbitohs, growth centre Izaac Thompson additionally bagged a 4 pointer on debut.
Alex Johnston joined NRL legends Matt Sing and Hazem El Masri on 159 profession tries when he scored his twenty third attempt of the 12 months simply earlier than halftime.
The season cannot finish fast sufficient for the Warriors, who sit in thirteenth spot and lack defensive self-discipline.
Ominously, they face the likes of Penrith and North Queensland earlier than their final match on September 3.
Andrew Webster will take over as head coach from the beginning of 2023 and can welcome new faces together with Dylan Walker (Sea Eagles), Marata Niukore (Parramatta) and Luke Metcalf (Cronulla).