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Adam Reynolds has come back to haunt his old side, scoring a try and setting up two more as the Broncos cruised to stun the Rabbitohs 32-12 at Accor Stadium on Thursday night.

After missing the round one encounter between both clubs in the season opener, Reynolds made up for lost time against the side he played 231 games for as a Rabbitohs junior across a decade at Redfern.

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The former Rabbitohs captain looked in control from the early stages of the Broncos' victory, racking up 16 of the side's 32 points in a happy homecoming in front of his old faithful.

It was an overall unhappy night for the home side, who couldn't really get out of second gear despite a double to Rabbitohs winger Taane Milne.

Match snapshot

Play of the Game

It wasn't necessarily a match-winner and there isn't any bad blood between Adam Reynolds and the Rabbitohs over his exit, but his support play to get the Broncos' second of the night set the tone and you just got the feeling it was the 31-year-old's game to control from there.

What's next

Both side's will enjoy fairly long turnarounds before preparing for their Magic Round clashes at Suncorp Stadium.

The Broncos will play an 'away' match against the Sea Eagles on Friday night while the Rabbitohs will take on the Warriors with a 3pm kick-off on Saturday.

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