Bunnies Ready To Run

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Updated: April 20, 2017

KORBIN Sims says the Rabbitohs have adapted to life without Greg Inglis now.

And after they received a favourable result at the judiciary with Sam Burgess getting off a suspension this week, they pose a dangerous test in Sydney tomorrow night.

The Bunnies have been hot and cold in 2017 since losing their inspirational captain to a knee injury in round one.

They have won three of seven matches, including a one-point win over Penrith two games back.

But Sims said the Rabbitohs would be ready for the Broncos’ visit.

“With those big names out it is always hard to try and fill the void of their calibre,” he said.

“But they have lost Inglis since round one, so they have obviously adapted to that.

“They are a capable side and a premiership side, so I am sure they will come out and put their best team on the park.”

Sims had light duties at training this week as he continues to nurse a foot injury.

He suffered it against the Roosters a fortnight ago, but scans cleared him of any serious damage.

It didn’t seem to limit him in a busy performance last week.

Sims had nine hit ups for 95 running metres and 19 tackles in a 38-minute burst off the bench.

He said he would continue to look after the problem during the week, but during games all bets were off.

“It is just my foot again,” he said.

“I hurt it against the Roosters and it is just a bit aggravated at the moment.

“I don’t think (it will slow me down).

“I played on the weekend – moving forward I am confident I am only going to get better.

“Football wise I am still trying to my best job for the ‘Broncs’.”

The Broncos will have their final training run before the match in Brisbane this morning, before travelling to Sydney this afternoon.

Source: http://www.broncos.com.au/news/2017/04/20/bunnies_ready_to_run.html





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