Adam Reynolds comes up against Chris Sandow at Halfback for the Menulog Team of the Decade! Reynolds played eight of the 10 seasons at halfback over the decade with Sandow playing the first two seasons in 2010 and 2011.
Earmarked as the man to lead this Club from an early age, Adam Reynolds’ potential debut was halted in 2011 due to a season-ending injury. As a result he laced up the following season, fresh on the scene against the Roosters in round one.
As a junior Reynolds excelled at representative levels and was awarded the Peter Sterling Medal (competition's best player award) after steering his school, Matraville Sports High, to a National championship in 2007.
A gifted kicker, Reynolds has the ability to put the ball on a dime and is regarded as one of the best goal-kickers to play the game. As Reynolds matured, his running game improved and he has been one of the big reasons the Rabbitohs’ backline is so fluent with how he straightens the attack.
Adam Reynolds Menulog Team of the Decade - Halfback
A couple of stand-out moments for Reynolds include that match-winning try against the Roosters in his debut season as well as his three field goals to claim a Semi Final victory against the St George-Illawarra Dragons in 2018.
Now the Rabbitohs current Captain, Reynolds is South Sydney through-and-through, growing up just around the corner of Redfern Oval. He has played 206 NRL Games, all with the Rabbitohs, and has also represented both City Origin and the NSW Blues.