Rabbitohs halfback, Adam Reynolds, says he is focusing on each week as it comes with this weekend’s Charity Shield match marking his first hit up for 2017.
Reynolds is looking to focus his efforts on starting the season off strong describing this Sunday’s game as an important time to get their combinations right.
“Obviously the focus is to start the year off well,” said Reynolds.
“It’s really important that we get our combinations right in Sunday’s game.
“It’s a long season ahead. For us it’s one week at a time and it’s all about turning on a good performance.”
Despite suffering hamstring tightness prior to the Auckland Nines tournament, Adam Reynolds is confident he is in shape for this weekend and excited to run out there in front of our Members.
“The boys are excited, for a fair few of us it’s our first hit out for the year, I’m looking forward to running out there in front of Members.
“I’ve done a fair bit of work with the physios and its feeling really good, I had a run around with the boys the other day and I’m feeling fresh.”
This season, Reynolds could look to reach multiple milestones currently sitting 47 points shy of reaching 900 NRL points, 12 points shy of 400 goals and 239 points away from 1500 in all grade points.