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Souths looked to be on track to shake their recent hoodoo against Shute Shield heavyweights yesterday, until a Jake Abel try in the 87th-minute burst any thought of victory and slumped the Rebels to yet another agonising loss against a finals destined side.
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The loss sees Souths slide to tenth on the Charter Hall Shute Shield ladder, with a Round Three victory against Warringah and three bonus points to their name.
With upcoming matches against the Wildfires, Manly and Randwick, the next month is set to truly define the capabilities of this Rebels outfit and their capacity for Shute Shield finals in 2021.
By stark contrast, the late victory sees Gordon sitting pretty in the upper echelon of the ladder, trailing the likes of Uni, Norths and Eastwood who each are yet to hit their bye round.
In a match where lead changes were more prevalent than tries, it was Souths who struck the opening points of the match through the ever-reliable boot of Christian Kagiassis.
Ten minutes later and the defending premiers were on the board, after sloppy ball from a set piece saw the Souths defenders at a stand-still. Talimoni Finau, who was strong in attack all day for Gordon, took full advantage of the lethargic Rebels defence, slicing through effortlessly before finding Gordon speedster Mike Pavlakis in support to open the Stags account.