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Hello Chooksters,

Another big week in Roosterland has passed us by and we are now less than five weeks away from the NRL season opener, here at Allianz Stadium, against our old-foes the South Sydney Rabbitohs.

Speaking of the highly-anticipated clash with the boys from Redfern, the social battle between us and them in the form of #Love2Hate is back again in 2013 and already in full-swing with the launch of a series of videos of what we love to hate in everyday life.

You can check them out on the Official Roosters YouTube Channel and follow the discussion around them, and the match, via the hashtag #Love2Hate.

Chook Captions, launched two weeks ago on Facebook, is still proving a fan-favourite with supporters asked to give their best one-liner describing the posted image each Thursday. JWH and Tinirau Arona were last weeks choice, while this week we spotted Captain Count chatting with the Bondi Rescue team down at Bondi Beach. Who knows what was being said there...

The NRL and NYC boys are hard at work with the season just around the corner now, and the intensity is certainly lifting by the day. Were right in the middle of it here at Roosters HQ and your first-stop for the best images of all the boys hard at work is to make sure youre following us on Twitter and /or Instagram - @sydneyroosters

We caught up with new boy Michael Jennings earlier this week, as a part of the popular Meet the New Guy series on Roosters TV. If you havent heard what the man they call Jenko had to say about his move, his new team mates and who inspires him in his football then check it out now at

Thats all from us this week in the wonderful world of Roosters Digital.

Thank you again to all of our Fans for their social support, this week, and we look forward to hearing and reading what you have to say throughout in the week ahead.

Yours in social,

Sydney Roosters Digital Team
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