Kyle Turner died from suicide, NRL premiership with Rabbitohs 2014 winner has passed away

South Sydney Rabbitohs mourns 31-year-old NSW Country and Indigenous All Stars player found dead from suicide - Learn more about Kyle Turner death and obituary

Kyle Turner Death – 2014 NRL premiership with Rabbitohs winner Kyle Turner has tragically died. The 31-year-old passed away from an apparent suicide by overdose at his home in Coonabarabran. According to reports, the NSW Country and the Indigenous All Stars rugby league player was pronounced dead from an apparent suicide after a long battle with depression and mental anxiety.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs is now mourning the death of the famous player whom everyone loved. After being signed by club scouts while playing in his bush home, he was signed with the Bunnies in 2014, and he went on to play 25 games in his first season, including the historic grand final win over Canterbury.

Clarkey’s Rugby League Column – Kyle Turner has sadly past away at just 31 years of age.
Turner won the 2014 NRL premiership with the Rabbitohs and played 91 games for the club.
My condolences to Kyle’s friends and family during this difficult time. Thank you for your service to the greatest game of all, Kyle.

Until a catastrophic neck injury ended his career in 2019, he was a mainstay of the Souths club. He played in approximately 100 first-grade games during that time. He moved back to Coonabarabran and briefly played for the local team before deciding to pursue a career in education. If you or anyone you know needs immediate support, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or via In an emergency, call 000.

Kyle Turner Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family

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