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South Sydney's investment in their young players paying off in spades

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"The blokes who are coaching the first-grade team are now assisting to coach these boys and it exposed them not only to extra work but those kids were going up and dealing with 'Madge' [Maguire] and dealing with Kurt Wrigley and Wayne Collins," Curry said. "It is about giving them the experience and making them feel there moved here is a bit of a pathway for them and Madge knows them by their names, and those sorts of things. "I have got to say Madge is probably the first coach since my involvement who has really focused on that. I think Madge has probably seen that development is the best form of recruitment and he has only got to cherry pick the odd guy here and there in the senior grade to complement the young guys coming http://www.forbes.com/sites/stockoptionschannel/2014/09/04/november-22nd-options-now-available-for-vanguard-ftse-all-world-ex-us-etf-veu/ through." Walker and 22-year-olds Turner and Keary played together in Rabbitohs under-20s teams before advancing to first grade. Walker, 19, and Keary made their NRL debuts last season, while Turner made his this season, along with 19-year-old Johnston, who has scored 17 tries in his 15 NRL appearances. "You always knew those guys were going to be something, the skills they had were unbelievable and I think they have really grown in the last 12 months," said Turner, who joined the Rabbitohs SG Ball team in 2010 after finishing school at Coonabarabran. "The senior players have been really accommodating and that has made it a lot easier coming into first grade. Guys like Greg Inglis and John Sutton are just natural born leaders. They tell us what to do and we just do it because they have been around so long and are such good players. "They always thought there was something in us young boys and they wanted to bring that out. http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/south-sydney-rabbitohs/south-sydneys-investment-in-their-young-players-paying-off-in-spades-20140911-10feub.html