Cameron Murray has proven Latrell Mitchell isn’t the only South Sydney star to benefit from cattle farms as South Sydney chase a slice of rugby league history on Saturday night.
The Rabbitohs can join Melbourne as only the second team in the 25-year NRL era to reach five straight preliminary finals with victory over Cronulla at Allianz Stadium.
And Murray is perhaps the most overlooked weapon in Souths’ late-season revival.
The inspirational skipper detailed to AAP how his own mid-season getaway following a concussion helped revitalised his campaign just as Mitchell’s mid north coast retreats routinely reinvigorate Souths’ attacking trump.
For all the hype around Mitchell and Cody Walker, the Rabbitohs’ NSW State of Origin lock has been superb in the second half of this season.
In the seven full games Murray has played since Origin III, Souths have scored 13 tries after their skipper dug…