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The Rabbitohs have signed exciting young duo Troy Dargan and Jack Johns.

Dragan, a 21-year old halfback, has put pen to paper on a two-year deal. He represented the Australian Schoolboys in 2014 and New South Wales under 20s in 2017.

“Troy is a wonderful talent and he will add to the depth of our halves stocks for at least the next two years,” Rabbitos GM of football Shane Richardson told the club website.

“He comes from a great pedigree of representative football for New South Wales, Australia and the Cook Islands and we’re certain that he will thrive under the coaching of Wayne (Bennett) and his team here at Souths.”

Johns, a 21-year old second rower or five eighth is signed for 2020 and has been a member of the Rabbitohs’ competition-leading Canterbury Cup squad this season. He spent time with the full-time squad over the pre-season.

“Jack has worked very hard over the past 12 months to transform himself from a five-eighth into an edge back-rower and he has taken a completely professional approach to his football this year,” Richardson said.

“He comes from a wonderful family background, has a great attitude towards his football, has played World Cup football and we’re delighted to be able to extend his tenure in the red and green for next year.”

6 COMMENTS

  1. 2 fantastic signings and another example of wanting to play under legend Wayne Bennett.
    Best of all above board with no shifty brown paper bag and shonky 3rd party deals which have another club continue its reputation as no dignity and low integrity portrayed by its members exodus.
    Well done bunnies the ultimate pride of the league.

  2. What are you on about Frank Spencer? All Souths have done is sign Troy Dargan, who is off contract with the Broncos at the end of this season and resign Jack Johns who has played in their Canterbury Cup team all season. They haven’t done anything underhand or wrong here, so why don’t you stop bleating.

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