A new Man? Anthony Mundine’s son leaves the Dragons to become a Bunny

South Sydney have signed former NRL player Anthony Mundine’s son CJ on a two-year deal.

The young back will wear the cardinal and myrtle jersey until at least the end of the 2021 season.

Mundine, 18, is a St George Illawarra junior, having played the past two years with their SG Ball team.

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Anthony "Choc" Mundine with his son CJ. Photo Jeremy PiperSource:News Corp Australia

He shifted to Souths Juniors club, the Matraville Tigers, playing alongside father Anthony in the A-grade competition.

CJ Mundine is a five-eighth or fullback, with the Rabbitohs seeing him as an exciting fullback option with a bright future, according to football general manager Shane Richardson.

“CJ is an outstanding prospect and we’re delighted to know he will be learning his trade at South Sydney,” Richardson said.

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“He comes from a great pedigree with his father and grandfather (Tony) both being fantastic athletes in rugby league and boxing.

“We’re looking forward to seeing him develop in our system initially with our championship-winning under 20s squad,” Richardson said.

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Originally published asA new Man? Anthony Mundine’s son leaves the Dragons to become a Bunny

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