Agence France-PresseJuly 7, 2013 07:01
South Sydney scored 24 unanswered points to beat the New Zealand Warriors 30-13 and hold on to their four-point lead at the top of Australia's National Rugby League on Sunday.
The Warriors, on the back of five straight wins, led 13-6 lead at the break. But the Rabbitohs, playing before a record 20,000 crowd in Perth, put on a show in the second half to underline their championship claims.
Second-half tries to John Sutton, a double to West Australian product Bryson Goodwin and a late four-pointer to Chris McQueen lifted the Rabbitohs to a fifth straight victory.