Foxsports has the grim tidings from last night’s thrashing of the Raiders:
South Sydney are one step away from a first grand final appearance in 41 years after brushing aside Canberra 38-16 in Saturday’s NRL semi-final at ANZ Stadium.
Rookie halfback Adam Reynolds was the star of the show for the Rabbitohs, scoring a try and kicking seven goals on his way to becoming only the second player in the club’s history to chalk up more than 200 points in a season.
Eric Simms was the last player to record that feat in 1970 – the year the Rabbitohs won the 19th of their 20 premierships – and they must now beat Canterbury next Saturday if they are to add to that tally.
The win was Souths’ first finals victory in 25 years.
(Note how the Raiders are irrelevant to the narrative)
That’s it for Raiders Fever (TM) 2012, hope you enjoyed the ride.