sport news Alex Johnston breaks Souths record as Bunnies smash Tigers and Cam Murray looks ... trends now

sport news Alex Johnston breaks Souths record as Bunnies smash Tigers and Cam Murray looks ... trends now
sport news Alex Johnston breaks Souths record as Bunnies smash Tigers and Cam Murray looks ... trends now

sport news Alex Johnston breaks Souths record as Bunnies smash Tigers and Cam Murray looks ... trends now

None better in 115 years: Alex Johnston breaks Souths record as Bunnies smash Tigers and Cam Murray looks set for Origin call-up Johnston scored hat-trick as Souths came back from 12-0 down to win by 26  Winger now has 147 tries for club, beating Nathan Merritt's old record   Cameron Murray came through unscathed in early return from shoulder injury 

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Alex Johnston has become the greatest try-scorer in South Sydney's 115-year history after claiming a hat-trick in the Rabbitohs 44-18 win over Wests Tigers.

Johnston starred as Souths fought back from 12-0 down with the proud Indigenous winger taking his career tally of tries of 147.

Nathan Merritt scored 146 tries for the foundation club.

The victory ensured the up-and-down Rabbitohs will enter the State of Origin period with a 6-6 record for the season.

Crucially, Cameron Murray also got through the win unscathed on return from a shoulder injury and he will be named in Brad Fittler's NSW team on Sunday.

The Indigenous winger wrote himself into the history books during the Indigenous round, beating Nathan Merritt's old record to become the Rabbitohs' leading tryscorer

The Indigenous winger wrote himself into the history books during the Indigenous round, beating Nathan Merritt's old record to become the Rabbitohs' leading tryscorer

At just 27 years old, Johnston has years of play left in him - and he could set a scoring mark that will stand for a very long time

At just 27 years old, Johnston has years of play left in him - and he could set a scoring mark that will stand for a very long time

But the man of the night was Johnston as Accor Stadium turned into a party venue for the La Perouse junior during the NRL's Indigenous Round.

Aged just 27 and with years still ahead of him, there

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