Saturday, February 21, 2015

#OSCARS ? #SAMBURGESS ? #RussellCrowe ? #STHELENS - fame at last

Russell Crowe at the DunCarron Medieval Fort in the Carron Valley Forest
South Sydney Rabbitohs co-owner Russell Crowe - in town this weekend
Russell Crowe has arrived in England ahead of his trip to St Helens this weekend to watch his team play rugby.
The Oscar-winning actor will support South Sydney Rabbitohs in their game against St Helens RFC in the World Club Challenge.
Gladiator star Crowe tweeted to say he had landed ahead of his film The Water Diviner being shown in the UK.

What you need to know about the South Sydney Rabbitohs:

  • The club were formed in January 1908 as the South Sydney District Rugby League Football Club.
  • Their first premiership match, was played at Birchgrove Oval on Easter Monday, 20 April that same year.
  • The mascot is Reggie the Rabbit, who made his first made an appearance in 1952. He now has a son Rocket the bunny.
  • The rebirth of the Rabbitohs began when Russell Crowe and Peter Holmes à Court took over in June 2006.
  • The club is also known as Souths, The Bunnies, SSFC or The Rabbits.
  • The Rabbitohs play at the 83,500-seater ANZ Stadium, formerly known as the Telstra Stadium, at Sydney Olympic Park.
  • Their colours are red and green.
  • and the play my team Sunday evening on Sky TV
  • #RugbyLeague Come on the #SAINTS