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Local product and Rabbitohs halfback, Adam Reynolds, finished just his fourth season in the top grade in 2015, playing 18 games in the process.

An injury early in the year saw the Souths Junior miss a handful of games that forced a brief re-shuffle in the Rabbitohs halves, before returning to partner Luke Keary for the majority of the season. His incredibly accurate goal-kicking boot again proved a feature for the Rabbitohs.

A combination of brilliant tactical kicking, strong up-front defence and organisational skills, Reynolds found himself steering Australia’s Prime Minister’s XIII around the park in Port Moresby following the end of the season alongside fellow Rabbitohs Chris McQueen, Alex Johnston and Dave Tyrrell.

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