The South Sydney Rabbitohs have handed the New Zealand Warriors a 32-point loss in a one-sided game in Perth.
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Souths never looked in a trouble in a match they completely dominated. Dylan Walker was the star of the show for the Rabbitohs.
South Sydney got a bit lucky with their first try.
But Manu Vatuvei barged over to hit back for the Warriors.
Apart from that it was one-way traffic for the red and green.
Tim Grant showed pure strength to take the lead to 22-4 right on the stroke of half-time.
Walker’s first four-pointer well and truly sealed the game up for Souths.
Alex Johnston got over the line but this try was ruled out by the video referee.
But Johnston made no mistake the second time round when he had Walker’s brilliant assistance.
Walker was a constant threat but Vautvei didn’t miss him this time.
But Walker dusted himself off and kept playing.
He soon got his reward, bagging a double of tries.
All up, South Sydney enjoyed a good night in the west.