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Adam Reynolds, who spent the night prior to the game ill, was pleased to come away with a win and is looking forward to a tough game against the Bulldogs on Friday night.

Fuelled only by a piece of toast, Reynolds kicked five successful conversions and assisted with two tries in Sunday afternoon's clash against the Knights at Hunter Stadium. He clocked up 15 kicks measuring a distance of 404m and made 26 tackles.

“I was feeling a bit flat out there but obviously pleased the boys got me through and we got the win which was more pleasing,” said Reynolds.

The Rabbitohs will be looking to improve and build on their performance once again when the side face the Bulldogs on Friday night.

“They’ll be hungry as well.

“Obviously they have semi-finals coming up, I think they can still push for a top four spot so no doubt they’ll be hungry to bounce back and we’ll be looking to improve as well,”

“It’s going to be a good game, it always is against the Bulldogs and I’m sure the boys will be up for it.”  

Watch the full Fujitsu Post-Match Reaction with Reynolds in the video player above.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs return to ANZ Stadium to take on the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs for the final match of our 2016 NRL season.

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