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Greg Inglis

Rabbitohs

Rabbitohs
 
Rabbitohs

Josh Dugan

Raiders

Greg Inglis has always represented a threat on the left side of the field, with pace, bulk, a jolting left-foot sidestep and a wonderful reaching fend making him one of the toughest players to haul in when he gets into space. But whereas he was a clear danger in the front line when playing in the centres, now he’s at fullback his threat is a sometimes hidden one.
Greg Inglis
 
Josh Dugan
He kicks, he runs and at times he’s impossible to tackle. A talented and slippery fullback, Josh Dugan has been a weapon at the stern of the Green Machine’s arsenal this year and a formidable opponent to every team that’s tried to wrestle him into submission. . He’s averaged 144 metres per game this year and has made 93 tackles-breaks (9th in the NRL). The Raiders’ line-up is a daunting prospect to the seven remaining teams when this man is bringing up the rear.
 
 

The surgeon

Sunday 5th August

Charging from close

Sunday 22nd July

The surgeon
Charging from close

Michael Maguire moved Inglis from centre to custodian after their Round 2 loss to the Storm; the very next week ‘GI’ tore Penrith apart, scoring a try, making two line-breaks and running for 193 metres. He’s made life miserable for all sides since, especially chiming in on the left-hand side of the field, employing his don’t-argue fend and devastating left-foot sidestep. His support play trailing through the centre of the ruck, a la Billy Slater, has been a feature too. Inglis has crossed for 11 tries with

While Josh Dugan’s pace out wide is always a factor, it’s when he goes looking for work in centre-field when close to the opposition try-line that he’s arguably at his most dangerous. Dugan’s tackle-busting ability is tough to rival – which he displayed against the Broncos in Round 21 when he sealed an important win. After feigning a move to the right, Dugan steps off his right foot and shifts direction with suddenness that catches the Broncos napping.

 
Round 12 Rabbitohs v Raiders

Round 12 Rabbitohs v Raiders

Friday 25th May

Greg Inglis and Dave Taylor ran riot as South Sydney defeated Canberra 36-18 at ANZ Stadium in Round 12. The Rabbitohs exploded out of the blocks to lead 14-nil after just 18 minutes through tries to Justin Hunt, Taylor and then Inglis before a Jarrod Croker double inside the space of six minutes, plus a try to Joel Thompson on the stroke of halftime, saw the teams head to the sheds with the home side leading just 14-12.