Greg Inglis will remain a Rabbitoh until at least the end of the 2020 NRL season, with the South Sydney captain signing a three-year contract extension.
Also currently the captain of the Indigenous All Stars and Australian Prime Minister’s XIII sides, Inglis is a veteran of 241 NRL games, with 124 of those for the Rabbitohs.
South Sydney Head Coach Michael Maguire says that Inglis’s long term commitment to the Rabbitohs is a win for the club and the NRL.
“Greg is not only a phenomenal footballer, as his playing record shows, but he is also becoming one of the great leaders in our game and in society,” Maguire said.
“It’s great news for the team, the club and the whole South Sydney community to know that Greg will be part of us at least until the end of 2020.”
Inglis said his decision was based on a combination of factors.
“This is a wonderful club to be part of, a great team to play with and I’m really happy to know what my family’s future holds for the next four years,” Inglis said.
“This club has a history of success and I’m confident that as a group we are going to be able to add to that success in the coming years.
“The club is also highly connected to its communities and that’s something I want to be a part of for a long time to come.”