sport news South Sydney and Latrell Mitchell in ominous form as Rabbitohs make statement ... trends now

sport news South Sydney and Latrell Mitchell in ominous form as Rabbitohs make statement ... trends now
sport news South Sydney and Latrell Mitchell in ominous form as Rabbitohs make statement ... trends now

sport news South Sydney and Latrell Mitchell in ominous form as Rabbitohs make statement ... trends now

South Sydney and Latrell Mitchell in ominous form as Rabbitohs make statement to rival NRL teams after thumping listless Parramatta on their home turf at CommBank Stadium Rabbitohs moved up to fifth spot on NRL ladder after thumping the Eels 26-0  Pivot Cody Walker was a standout, scoring two tries in one-sided affair on Friday Rival NRL teams on notice, with South Sydney clicking into gear in recent weeks

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South Sydney can lay claim to being the NRL's form team with the finals looming after producing their most ruthless performance of the season against Parramatta on Friday.

The Rabbitohs flexed their muscles in the impressive 26-0 victory, with star fullback Latrell Mitchell warning his team are building when it matters.

Since the NRL's representative weekend in June, the Souths have gone 6-1 in a record only matched by Cronulla and North Queensland.

The Bunnies have also averaged 32 points a game - the most of any team in the competition.

Their revival has coincided with Mitchell's return from a hamstring injury, with the x-factor number one clearly back to his damaging best.

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