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Voss says Mitchell was “not switched on”.

“Just force it … you don’t need to bat the ball dead,” he said.

Latrell Mitchell misses a grounding that led to Jack De Belin’s try. (Fox League)
Lomax opened the scoring for the Dragons in the ninth minute when he got on the end of a grubber in behind from Ben Hunt.

In response, Mitchell scored in his return from his three-week suspension — pouncing on a grubber from milestone man Cody Walker.

The Dragons were in again through Jack Bird on the right edge.

Walker thought he had scored with a minute left in the half before the Bunker deemed that the ball was knocked on by Jai Arrow in the lead-up.

Lomax slotted a handy two-point field goal on the verge of half-time to give the Dragons a 12-6 lead at the main break.

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In the second half, Lomax then added a penalty kick after Walker was penalised for an escort during a Dragons kick chase.

Rabbitohs centre Izaac Tu’itupou Thompson scored in an impressive put-down — grounding the ball one-handed in the right corner while the rest of his body hovered out of bounds.

Jaydn Su’A extended the Dragons’ lead before Lomax added another penalty goal after the Rabbitohs were disciplined for talking back to Belinda Sharpe.

Mitchell finished the match with a double but it did little to help as South Sydney recorded their fifth-straight loss.

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