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Adam Reynolds this week spoke about the importance of his Rabbitohs’ attack, with the halfback admitting that it’s something the team as a whole has been working on in the lead-up to the trip to Perth.

“It’s something we’ve been working on at training,” said Reynolds.

“It’s not as crisp as we’d like it to be, but it’s something we’re working hard on and things are falling into place.”

Despite currently sitting fourth position on the NRL ladder, as well as coming off their second consecutive win, Reynolds pointed to poor ball-handling as a major killer for his side ahead of this Saturday night’s match.

“When you turn it over (the ball) you can’t score points,” said Reynolds.

“When we give ourselves a chance down the other end, we’re usually coming up with points. I think if we hold onto the ball and build a bit of pressure, we’ll be a lot better.”

The Rabbitohs accounted for St George Illawarra in comprehensive fashion on Monday night by 29-10. But Reynolds admitted that the victory was far from the Rabbitohs’ best performance.

“It still wasn’t our flashest performance – or what we’d like it to be,” admitted Reynolds.

“There are still areas to improve and I think the Warriors are going to be a good challenge for us this week over in Perth.”


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