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NRL: Reynolds stars against Rabbitohs

Adam Reynolds was again the star of the show, this time against his former club, as the Broncos beat the Rabbitohs 32-12 on Thursday night.

Brisbane continue to go from strength-to-strength this season and are now priced at 6/4 to secure a place in the top eight and play finals.

Reynolds on fire

Reynolds left the Rabbitohs at the end of last season after they only offered him a one-year deal, and he showed them what they were missing.

The playmaker scored a try and had a hand in three others. His kicking game was also on point as his former club had no answer to him.

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Reynolds is delighted to see the Broncos making good progress and is also happy to get the week over with.

"I am glad the week is over," Reynolds told reporters after the game. "I am sick of seeing my head in the headlines and my name in the stories. The fact we're getting better as a team is more important than my own performance. I'm just excited about what we've been building."

Walters praise

It came as a surprise that the Rabbitohs did not hand Reynolds the two-year deal he wanted but their loss is the Broncos gain.

"Everything happens for a reason and the Rabbitohs had their reasons," Broncos coach Kevin Walters said. "From the moment I walked into his house (in Sydney), I just felt an instant connection.

"And I could see him being a valuable member of our group at the Broncos. And we're different to South Sydney, but some people can fit into two different clubs."

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