It’s player review time! We dissect the performance of the Rabbitohs individually in Rabbitohs.com.au’s 2015 Player Reviews. Today, we look at halfback, Adam Reynolds.
Adam Reynolds again solidified himself as the Club’s top halfback in 2015 despite a challenging season that included plenty of highs – such as being the Auckland Nines MVP – as well as the frustration of injury.
After starting 2015 emphatically by guiding the Rabbitohs to wins at the Auckland Nines – in which he was named player of the tournament – and the World Club Challenge, Reynolds backed up his brilliant pre-season by playing a critical part in securing the Rabbitohs four wins from the opening five rounds of the Premiership with his pin-point kicking game and organising skills.
Despite the early success, injury would interrupt his brilliant start, with injuries to his knee and hand meaning that he would be confined to playing 18 games throughout the season.
But the stop-start nature of Reynolds’ season did not stop him from featuring as the Rabbitohs highest point-scorer, as the little halfback slotted 53 of 65 shots at goal (81.5%) and scored a try and a field goal to amass a tally of 111 points.
Unsurprisingly, Reynolds was prominent in attack, providing nine try assists as well as kicking for an average of 356 metres per game.
Please press play on the video player to watch some of Adam’s 2015 highlights.