The Rabbitohs TV team discuss the Adam Reynolds Covid-19 issue, look back at the 2022 season launch & pay tribute to the late great Shane Warne.
Our Fabulous ’14 series pays tribute to the Rabbitohs 2014 premiership winning team. Today we feature our sensational number 7 Adam Reynolds.
Reyno played 26 games at halfback in the 2014 season scoring seven tries, kicking 95 goals & three field goals.
In a 29-10 round 12 victory over the Dragons at Stadium Australia, Reyno scored a try, kicked 3 goals & slotted a field goal.
Reynos goal kicking success rate for the 2014 season was 79.17%. In simple terms this means that Adam kicked close to 8 out of every 10 goals he attempted all year.
The Rabbitohs defeated the Bulldogs 30-6 in the grand final. Adam Reynolds scored a try & kicked 5 goals.
This coming Thursday night the 16th of September, local real estate agent and South Sydney Rabbitohs supporter David Lee has been entrusted to sell our skipper Adam Reynolds most prized possession.
No, it’s not his accurate right boot but his family home in Rosebery located in the heartland of South Sydney territory.
If you’re looking to purchase, then look no further as 24 Napoleon St Rosebery can be yours on Thursday night.
On a wide and leafy street, this striking Torrens title residence offers the perfect credentials for family life. An open plan design invites seamless outdoor transitions, with the home designed for easy entertaining and year-round alfresco living. A contemporary design aesthetic incorporates polished timber floorboards, skylights and plantation shutters, with the interiors bathed in rich natural light. Nestled in one of the areas’ best pockets, this quality find is set within a short walk of St Therese Primary, parks, gourmet eateries at The Cannery, trains and Eastlakes shopping precinct.
This is a striking dual level home that was completed in 2016 with only one owner. The open plan living area connects to covered alfresco patios.
Other features include –
Gas kitchen features stone benches and a butler’s pantry.
Master suite includes walk-in robe, ensuite and a balcony.
Barbecue terrace with wine fridge adjoins a level garden.
Garage with house access plus extra parking in driveway.
Powder room, large laundry, rainfall showers & ducted air.
Rates: $150.99 per quarter approx.
Council Rates: $581.75 per quarter approx.
Land Size: 260.6sqm
Inspections: By Private Appointment.
Each inspection is 10 minutes.
To pre-book in an appointment please contact David Lee on 0488 897 897 or email@example.com
Disclaimer: All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe reliable. We have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however we cannot guarantee it. All interested parties should make and rely upon their own enquiries.
By Darren Brown
In todays Rabbitohs Zoom press confernce Wayne Bennett confirmed that the team will be 1-17 as named.
Coach Bennett told us that he was pleased that he’s been able to rest a lot of his starting side & provide an opportunity for some of the rest of the squad to gain some valuable game time.
When asked about the fitness of Adam Reynolds, Wayne with tongue firmly in cheek said “If he was a horse we’d spell him”, he then continued “The miracle recoveries he’s made before I’ve got no doubt he’ll be out there next week even if it’s in crutches”.
It was vintage Wayne Bennett today –
“It’s only a distraction if you let it be.”
“If I start listening to the critics it won’t be long before I’m sitting with them.”
“Mark Nicholls is one of the guys you love coaching.”
“The Goats ready.”
Today we had a chat for Rabbitohs TV with our record breaking Rabbitohs Captain Adam Reynolds.
Tonight Adam Reynolds broke Eric Simms all time Rabbitohs point scoring record, surging past the 1841 mark kicking 8 from 9.
Reyno also now sits 10th with 1850pts in the overall scoring record in Australian rugby league history.
Congrats to our legendary leader! #AdamReynolds
On the podcast this week we pay tribute to our departing captain Adam Reynolds, recap the Sharks win, chat with Reg Richardson AM, our Remembering A Rabbitoh is Dave Taylor aka the Coal Train & we preview the blockbuster Panthers clash.
We kick off the 2020 season with a huge show that includes a chat to newly appointed Rabbitohs captain Adam Reynolds. We preview the Rabbitohs round 1 clash with the Sharks & go behind enemy lines with former Sharks hooker & Cronulla local Glen Steele.