Latrell Mitchell’s milestone 200th NRL game was a special one, as his South Sydney Rabbitohs side put on a show to beat the Canterbury Bulldogs 34-6. The match was a blitz from start to finish, with the Rabbitohs dominating the Bulldogs in every aspect of the game.
The Rabbitohs were led by Mitchell, who scored two tries and set up another in a man-of-the-match performance. His first try was a special moment, as he became the first Indigenous player to reach the 200-game milestone. The crowd erupted in celebration, and the Rabbitohs players were quick to congratulate their star player.
The Rabbitohs were in control throughout the match, with their forward pack dominating the Bulldogs. The Rabbitohs’ attack was also impressive, with Mitchell and Cody Walker combining to create plenty of opportunities. The Rabbitohs’ defence was also strong, with the Bulldogs unable to break through the Rabbitohs’ line.
The win was a special one for the Rabbitohs, and a fitting way to celebrate Mitchell’s milestone. The Rabbitohs will now look to build on this performance and continue their push for the finals. With Mitchell leading the way, the Rabbitohs are sure to be a force to be reckoned with in the coming weeks.