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He’s had an up-and-down start to the season but overall, Adam Reynolds is an improved player since his 2016 Origin experience.

The South Sydney halfback has had to cope with difficult circumstances at Redfern this year; he was diagnosed with appendicitis in February which saw him miss the Rabbitohs’ Round 1 match, when captain Greg Inglis ruptured an ACL to rule him out of the season. He performed well as the Club registered wins in Rounds 2 and 3, before falling short against the Roosters on Thursday night.

“Individually I don’t think it was my best game (against the Roosters),” Reynolds tells

“There was errors there that weren’t too crash-hot on the night, but in saying that it’s Rugby League and we get to do it all again next week.

“Obviously fairly disappointed about the result and the outcome and we’ll use that moving forward.”

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