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Cairns is fast building a reputation for producing brilliant four-pointers, with a Dylan Walker try reminiscent of 2013’s try of the year, a feature of this year’s instalment.

A wayward Adam Reynolds chip-kick close to the line was crossed soccer-style by birthday boy Chris McQueen with his left boot, back on the inside to Dylan Walker.

The young centre took the ball on the chest before darting through the remaining Knights defenders to touch down amid overwhelming cheers from the Rabbitohs faithful at Barlow Park.

It’s not the first time the Rabbitohs have pulled off skills more commonly associated with round balls. Check out Adam Reynolds as he shows his skills with the Steeden by following these links:

Reynolds or Reynaldo

How’s This for a Kick?

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