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Crichton, Hughes, Grevsmuhl and Gray did not play with King, Lowe, Clarke, McInnes and Taukafa starting from the bench.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have opened their 2015 Auckland Nines campaign with an 11-4 victory over the Penrith Panthers at Eden Park today. A bonus zone try to Jason Clark and a four-pointer to Chris McQueen, along with an Adam Reynolds conversion – all scored in the first half was enough to hand the Rabbitohs victory. But it was the Panthers who would open the scoring. An Isaac John kick on a final tackle into the corner was enough to open the scoring when Tupou Sopoaga collected before running over for an unconverted try. Adam Reynolds took charge straight after though when he put his boots to good use, grubbering between the legs of a Panther before Jason Clark picked it up to score a try in the bonus zone to take the lead. Reynolds converted from right in front to make it 7-4 Shortly after, it was Issac Luke’s turn to seize an opportunity. From dummy half, Luke was making easy metres deep inside the Panthers half on consecutive tackles. Chris McQueen eventually benefited from the movement with a four-pointer. Luke missed the conversion from out wide to take the teams into the sheds at 11-4. The Rabbitohs started their first set of the second half poorly when Adam Reynolds sailed two final tackle kicks out on the full, putting the Panthers in prime attacking position. But the Panthers failed to take advantage. Matt King injected himself by sneaking down the Panthers short-side just 10 metres out before linking up with Setefano Taukafa. The new recruit came within millimetres of scoring, only to lose the ball at the death. With the clock winding down, Penrith had the chance to level things up with a last ditch play, but the Rabbitohs held on the finish the match at a low-scoring 11-4.
1 min 0-4 3 min 7-4 7 min 11-4 Final Line Up 1. Reddy, Joel 2. Goodwin, Bryson 3. Walker, Dylan 5. McQueen, Chris 6. Luke, Issac (c) 7. Reynolds, Adam 8. Burgess, George 13. Tyrrell, Dave 15. Turner, Kyle 4. King, Matt 10. Lowe, Ben 11. Clark, Jason 16. McInnes, Cameron 18. Taukafa, Setefano Clark 5pt try McQueen tries Reynolds 1 from 1, Luke 0 from 1 goals Referee G.Reynolds(1H) / A.Shortall(2H) Penalities 3-1 Scrums 0-0 Effective 1st Tackles 1 min 100m (Pe TRY) 2 min 5m Walker kick 3 min 0m Reynolds kick TRY 7 min 0m P / 6TG / TRY 8 min 100m Pe Err / ChOv 2m / (SS P( Tyrrell) half time 9 min 86m Reynolds kick OOF 11 min 62m Pe Err / Reynolds kick OOF 13 min 70m P / SS Err(Clark) 44m / 6TG (Lowe) 15 min 15m Pe Err / P / SS Err (Clark) 16 min 17m Luke kick 17 min 95m SS Err(Goodwin) Average effective 1st tackle location - 50.0m - for the whole match - 41.0m - 1st half - 57.5m - 2nd half Other 9's Round 1 Matches 22-17 Eden Parramatta b Manly 18-7 Eden Newcastle b St Geo-Ill 17-8 Eden Nth Qld b Melbourne 16-10 Eden Wests-Tig b Canberra 17-10 Eden Warriors b Gold Coast 6-4 Eden Sydney b Brisbane 17-4 Eden Cronulla b Canterbury RANGITOTO (BLUE) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt NEWCASTLE 1 - - 18 7 +11 2 PARRAMATTA 1 - - 22 17 +5 2 Manly - - 1 17 22 -5 - St Geo-Ill - - 1 7 18 -11 - WAIHEKE (GREEN) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt NTH QLD 1 - - 17 8 +9 2 SOUTHS 1 - - 11 4 +7 2 Penrith - - 1 4 11 -7 - Melbourne - - 1 8 17 -9 - HUNUA (YELLOW) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt WARRIORS 1 - - 17 10 +7 2 WESTS-TIG 1 - - 16 10 +6 2 Canberra - - 1 10 16 -6 - Gold Coast - - 1 10 17 -7 - PIHA (RED) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt CRONULLA 1 - - 17 4 +13 2 SYDNEY 1 - - 6 4 +2 2 Brisbane - - 1 4 6 -2 - Canterbury - - 1 4 17 -13 -
No one was charged out of the match.
Sat Jan 31, 3:40pm NZST
For game two Grevsmuhl replaced Turner in the starting line up with Aaron Gray replacing Taukafa on the bench.
Returning Rabbitoh, Matt King, made his return to the pitch a memorable one this afternoon in Auckland – the veteran picking up a try to help his side defeat defending Nines champions the Cowboys by 19-12. The two halves proved to be chalk and cheese as the Cowboys proceeded to dominate proceedings early, while the Rabbitohs confidently dominated the second half. With his very first touch of the ball, Chris Grevsmuhl powered his way over from dummy-half – overpowering three Cowboys defenders to open the scoring out wide. Adam Reynolds added the extras to make it 6-0. The Cowboys hit straight back through Gavin Cooper who took a kick across field to plant the ball down over the stripe. The side then doubled their points when Robert Lui set up Justin O’Neill for a try out wide to make it 8-4 in the Cowboys’ favour. The North Queenslanders got the ball straight back when their kick-off bounced before crossing the dead-ball line for a line drop-out. Justin O’Neill was again the beneficiary, crossing in almost identical fashion to his first try to make it 12-6. It was a case of déjà vu from the ensuing set when the ball was again allowed to bounce before going dead. But the sides would ultimately go to the break at 12-6. On the resumption, the Rabbitohs seemed to go up a notch with Dylan Walker and Issac Luke combining to make plenty of metres before George Burgess scored a characteristic five-point try from close range. Adam Reynolds converted to make it 13-12 in favour of the red and green’s. After making a meal of two kick-offs in the first half, the Rabbitohs returned serve when their own kick-off was allowed to bounce and go out, but Souths were unable to take advantage. Then different generations linked up in the Rabbitohs back-line with Aaron Gray creating an opportunity for the returning Matt King, who strode over for what will be a memorable four-pointer for King. Reynolds converted to make it 19-12 to round out the match. The victory means the Rabbitohs finish day one of the tournament undefeated and currently top the Waiheke pool.
2 min 6-0 3 min 6-4 5 min 6-8 6 min 6-12 11 min 13-12 15 min 19-12 Final Line Up 1. Reddy, Joel 2. Goodwin, Bryson 3. Walker, Dylan 5. McQueen, Chris 6. Luke, Issac (c) 7. Reynolds, Adam 8. Burgess, George 13. Tyrrell, Dave 17. Grevsmuhl, Chris 4. King, Matt 10. Lowe, Ben 11. Clark, Jason 14. Gray, Aaron 16. McInnes, Cameron G.Burgess 5pt try Grevsmuhl, King tries Reynolds 3 from 3 goals Referee A.Shortall Penalities 0-1 Scrums 0-0 Effective 1st Tackles 2 min 0m NQ 6TG / TRY 3 min 100m (NQ TRY) 4 min 79m SS Err(Lowe) / (NQ TRY) 5 min 100m SS Err(McInnes) 6 min 68m DO / (NQ TRY) 7 min 100m SS Err(Tyrrell) 8 min 75m DO / NQ Err half time 9 min 0m Reynolds kick CIG 11 min 0m TRY 12 min 13m NQ Err / Clark kick 14 min 0m NQ Err / Reynolds kick CIG 15 min 0m TRY 17 min 85m SS P (GBurgess) Average effective 1st tackle location - 47.7m - for the whole match - 74.6m - 1st half - 16.3m - 2nd half Other 9's Round 2 Matches 21-15 Eden Parramatta b Newcastle 25-21 Eden St Geo-Ill b Manly 20-4 Eden Melbourne b Penrith 26-0 Eden Wests-Tig b Gold Coast 23-19 Eden Canberra b Warriors 10-6 Eden Sydney b Canterbury 31-4 Eden Cronulla b Brisbane RANGITOTO (BLUE) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt PARRAMATTA 2 - - 43 32 +11 4 NEWCASTLE 1 - 1 33 28 +5 2 St Geo-Ill 1 - 1 32 39 -7 2 Manly - - 2 38 47 -9 - WAIHEKE (GREEN) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt SOUTHS 2 - - 30 16 +14 4 MELBOURNE 1 - 1 28 21 +7 2 Nth QLd 1 - 1 29 27 +2 2 Penrith - - 2 8 31 -23 - HUNUA (YELLOW) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt WESTS-TIG 2 - - 42 10 +32 4 WARRIORS 1 - 1 36 33 +3 2 Canberra 1 - 1 33 35 -2 2 Gold Coast - - 2 10 43 -33 - PIHA (RED) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt CRONULLA 2 - - 48 8 +40 4 SYDNEY 2 - - 16 10 +6 4 Canterbury - - 2 10 27 -17 - Brisbane - - 2 8 37 -29 -
No one was charged out of the match.
Sun Feb 1, 12:00pm NZST
Only one change from the Round 2 team. Crichton replaces King on the bench.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have booked their place in the Auckland Nines Quarter Finals after downing the Melbourne Storm by 24-4 at Eden Park this morning. In what was a considered and controlled performance from the reigning Premiers, the men in red and green top the Waiheke pool and are the first team to go through to the next round undefeated. The game stated poorly for the Storm, who dropped the ball cold off the kick-off in the in-goal, gifting the Rabbitohs possession in perfect field position. The Storm would pay dearly for the mistake immediately, when Issac Luke raced over from dummy-half. Adam Reynolds converted to make it 6-0. The Storm hit back through Cameron Munster when the play-maker took advantage of a Rabbitohs drop-ball to score out wide for his side, making it 6-4. Right on half-time, Luke changed the point of the Rabbitohs attack before sending the ball out to Aaron Gray who seemed certain to score. But with the ball inches from the deck, Storm defenders scrambled to knock the ball from his grasp. Chris McQueen however planted the ball down to make it 10-4 at half-time. The Rabbitohs started their second half in brilliant fashion when Adam Reynolds booted a massive forty-twenty that set up a try for Joel Reddy out wide just two plays later. Reynolds missed the conversion from the touch-line leaving the score at 14-4. Souths looked well in control by the time Luke set up yet another try after a simple catch and pass resulted in Angus Chricton scoring with his very first touch of the ball to make it 18-4. The red and green’s then got possession straight back after getting a bounce of the ball from the kick off before the ball went out, and Bryson Goodwin would be the ultimate beneficiary when he ran a good line off the hip of Cameron McInnes to score next to the sticks. Reynolds converted to make it 24-4 to round out the match and the pool stage of the Rabbitohs’ tournament.
1 min 6-0 5 min 6-4 9 min 10-4 10 min 14-4 14 min 18-4 16 min 24-4 Final Line Up 1. Reddy, Joel 2. Goodwin, Bryson 3. Walker, Dylan 5. McQueen, Chris 6. Luke, Issac (c) 7. Reynolds, Adam 8. Burgess, George 13. Tyrrell, Dave 17. Grevsmuhl, Chris 10. Lowe, Ben 11. Clark, Jason 14. Gray, Aaron 16. McInnes, Cameron 19. Crichton, Angus Luke, McQueen, Reddy, Crichton, Goodwin tries Reynolds 2 from 4, Goodwin 0 from 1 goals Referee A.Devich Penalities 3-1 Scrums 0-0 Effective 1st Tackles 0 min 0m M Err CIG 1 min 0m TRY 3 min 32m P / McQueen kick 18m SS P(Walker) 4 min 100m SS Err(Grevsmuhl) / (M TRY) 6 min 30m Reynolds kick Reddy kick DIG 7 min 0m M Err / Clark kick CIG 9 min 0m M 6TG / TRY half time 9 min 10m Reynolds kick 40-20 10 min 0m TRY 12 min 2m M Err / ChOv 14 min 0m P / P / TRY 15 min 0m M Err CIG 16 min 0m TRY Average effective 1st tackle location - 13.4m - for the whole match - 23.2m - 1st half - 2.0m - 2nd half Other 9's Round 3 Matches 12-10 Eden St Geo-Ill b Parramatta 20-17 Eden Newcastle b Manly 14-8 Eden Nth Qld b Penrith 22-8 Eden Warriors b Wests-Tig 38-13 Eden Gold Coast b Canberra 20-14 Eden Cronulla b Sydney 13-0 Eden Brisbane b Canterbury RANGITOTO (BLUE) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt PARRAMATTA 2 - 1 53 44 +9 4 NEWCASTLE 2 - 1 53 45 +8 4 St Geo-Ill 2 - 1 44 49 -5 4 Manly - - 3 55 67 -12 - WAIHEKE (GREEN) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt SOUTHS 3 - - 54 20 +34 6 NTH QLD 2 - 1 43 35 +8 4 Melbourne 1 - 2 32 45 -13 2 Penrith - - 3 16 45 -29 - HUNUA (YELLOW) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt WESTS-TIG 2 - 1 50 32 +18 4 WARRIORS 2 - 1 58 41 +17 4 Gold Coast 1 - 2 48 56 -8 2 Canberra 1 - 2 46 73 -27 2 PIHA (RED) Pool W D L F A Diff Pt CRONULLA 3 - - 68 22 +46 6 SYDNEY 2 - 1 30 30 0 4 Brisbane 1 - 2 21 37 -16 2 Canterbury - - 3 10 40 -30 -
No one was charged out of the match.
Sun Feb 1, 2:55pm NZST
Changes from the Round 3 team are Grevsmuhl and Crichton are rested with Turner starting and King on the bench.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have booked their place in the Auckland Nines Final Four after demolishing the Newcastle Knights 30-6 in this afternoon’s Quarter Final. The result means the Rabbitohs will take on an impressive Parramatta Eels outfit for a spot in the tournament’s Grand Final It was a poor start for the Rabbitohs as the Knights streaked away for a try from the very first set of the match through Jake Mamo. Jarrod Mullen converted to give the Knights a six point lead. But the Rabbitohs hit straight back through Chris McQueen after some pulverising defence from the red and greens. With the Knights desperate to avoid a line drop out, a loose pass was picked up by McQueen to score a bonus zone try. Reynolds converted from in front to take the lead 7-6. The Rabbitohs continued to show enthusiasm in attack with Aaron Gray and Matt King linking up for King to grab his second of the tournament making it 11-6. The ensuing kick-off saw the Rabbitohs receive a line drop out, placing them in prime attacking position instantly. But while Souths received two penalties on the Knights line as the first half wound down, they were unable to break through for a try. Instead, Adam Reynolds opted to take a shot at penalty-goal to extend the lead to 13-6 at half time. On the resumption, Ben Lowe powered his way over in fine style from 25 metres out to extend the lead right next to the bonus zone. Reynolds added the extras to make it 19-6. Souths then proceeded to tighten their grip on the match when George Burgess grabbed his second five-point try of the tournament before compounding the Knights’ woes by converting the try himself. With the clock winding down, Joel Reddy grabbed a final try to make the final score 30-6, booking their place in the competition’s final four.
0 min 0-6 2 min 7-6 6 min 11-6 9 min 13-6 11 min 19-6 14 min 26-6 18 min 30-6 Final Line Up 1. Reddy, Joel 2. Goodwin, Bryson 3. Walker, Dylan 5. McQueen, Chris 6. Luke, Issac (c) 7. Reynolds, Adam 8. Burgess, George 13. Tyrrell, Dave 15. Turner, Kyle 4. King, Matt 10. Lowe, Ben 11. Clark, Jason 14. Gray, Aaron 16. McInnes, Cameron McQueen, G.Burgess 5pt tries King, Lowe, Reddy tries Rednolds 3 from 3, G.Burgess 1 from 1, Luke 0 from 1, King 0 from 1 goals Referee G.Badger Penalities 3-3 Scrums 0-0 Effective 1st Tackles 0 min 100m (Nw TRY) 1 min 2m Reynolds kick 2 min 0m Nw Err TRY 4 min 0m Luke kick CIG 6 min 0m TRY 7 min 0m Nw Err CIG 9 min 0m P / P GOAL half time 9 min 5m Luke kick 11 min 0m Nw Err / TRY 12 min 73m SS P(Tyrrell) 13 min 42m Luke kick 14 min 0m Nw Err / TRY 15 min 61m KO OOF SS P(Walker) 16 min 1m Nw Err / P / Reynolds kick 17 min 10m Nw Err 18 min 0m Nw 6TG / TRY Average effective 1st tackle location - 18.4m - for the whole match - 14.6m - 1st half - 21.3m - 2nd half Other 9's Quarter Final Matches 17-11 Eden Parramatta b Nth Qld 22-4 Eden Sydney b Wests-Tig 14-12 Eden Cronulla b Warriors
Sun Feb 1, 5:25pm NZST
Changes from the Quarter Final team are Lowe and A.Gray are rested with Grevsmuhl and Crichton on the bench.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have booked their place in the 2015 Auckland Nines Final after demolishing the Parramatta Eels by a tournament record 37-6 score and will now play Cronulla in the Final. Doubles to Bryson Goodwin, Adam Reynolds and Matt King were a feature of what was the side’s most dominant performance to date. The Rabbitohs will now take on the winner of the second Semi Final between the Sydney Roosters and the Cronulla Sharks in the Final at 5:30pm (AEDT) The Eels lost the ball on their very first tackle, putting Souths just 20 metres away from the line. The men in red and green spun the ball out to the wing of Bryson Goodwin, who did well to ground the ball despite the better efforts of new Eels recruit and Souths Junior, Reece Robinson. Adam Reynolds sprayed the conversion attempt to leave the early score at 4-0. A penalty against the Eels right on the Rabbitohs line for Chris Sandow throwing the ball at an opponent, saw the Rabbitohs march straight up-field for a quick try to Reynolds who also converted the try, making it 10-0. Some brilliant team work in mid-field saw the Rabbitohs – sparked primarily by the linking up of forwards, Issac Luke, George Burgess and Jason Clark – eventually saw Bryson Goodwin grab his second out wide to make it 14-0. At the re-start, the Rabbitohs managed to get yet another line drop-out that would eventually see Matt King cross for his second of the tournament, courtesy of a perfectly weighted Adam Reynolds cross-field kick. Reynolds missed the conversion, taking the sides into the break with the Rabbitohs leading 18-0. On the resumption, some more brilliant teamwork kicked off by the brilliant running of Matt King eventually saw Angus Chricton score a long-range bonus zone try. Reynolds added the extras to make it 25-0. Moments later, Adam Reynolds put in a long kick into the in-goal with no Eels in sight. Reynolds chased and planted the ball over the line for a try before adding the conversion. Issac Luke then added one of his own to make it 37-0 with Reynolds’ conversion. The Eels grabbed a consolation try with Junior Paulo kicking the conversion to make the final score 37-6.
0 min 4-0 4 min 10-0 6 min 14-0 8 min 18-0 12 min 25-0 14 min 31-0 15 min 37-0 17 min 37-6 Final Line Up 1. Reddy, Joel 2. Goodwin, Bryson 3. Walker, Dylan 5. McQueen, Chris 6. Luke, Issac (c) 7. Reynolds, Adam 8. Burgess, George 13. Tyrrell, Dave 15. Turner, Kyle 4. King, Matt 11. Clark, Jason 16. McInnes, Cameron 17. Grevsmuhl, Chris 19. Crichton, Angus Crichton 5pt try Goodwin 2, Reynolds 2, King 2, Luke tries Rednolds 4 from 6, Goodwin 0 from 1 goals Referee M.Cecchin Penalities 1-2 Scrums 0-0 Effective 1st Tackles 0 min 0m Pa Err / TRY 2 min 90m SS P(Goodwin) 4 min 0m P / TRY 6 min 0m TRY 7 min 0m Pa Err CIG 8 min 0m Reynolds kick TRY 9 min 82m SS P(McQueen) half time 9 min 18m Walker kick 11 min 71m DO 12 min 0m Pa Err / TRY 14 min 0m Pa Err / Reynolds kick TRY 15 min 0m Pa Err / TRY 17 min 100m (Pa TRY) 18 min 100m SS Err (King) Average effective 1st tackle location - 32.9m - for the whole match - 24.6m - 1st half - 41.3m - 2nd half 9's Semi-Final Matches 10-4 Eden Cronulla b Sydney
Sun Feb 1, 7:30pm NZST
No changes from the team that played the Semi Final
WIN 18-14 (Golden Point)
The South Sydney Rabbitohs have been crowned Auckland Nines champions after defeating the Cronulla Sharks in a thrilling extra time Final. In a fairy-tale for the returning Matt King, the former Origin and Test representative was the man to score the Club’s winning try after a nerve-wracking 10 minutes of extra time. Adam Reynolds picked up where he left off in the previous games by forcing a repeat set from the very beginning and after some controlled lead-up work, Bryson Goodwin opened the scoring out wide courtesy of a cross-field kick from Dylan Walker. Adam Reynolds converted to make it 6-0. But the Sharks hit straight back through Siosaia Feki, who broke through the red and green defence down the sideline to score and make it 6-4. In the dying second of the first half, Chris Grevsmuhl pulled off an incredible charge down before regathering the ball to streak 30 metres untouched to score, taking the teams to the break with Souths holding a 10-4 lead. On the resumption, Reynolds continued to apply pressure on Cronulla with some brilliant tactical kicking, but it was Cronulla who would be next to score through Valentine Holmes after a regathered Sharks line-drop-out, making it 10-8. A penalty to the Rabbitohs resulted in Cameron McInnes being set up for a strong four-pointer right next to the sticks to make it 14-8. Inside the final minute of the match Jack Bird scored a four-pointer out wide to give the Sharks a chance to level the scores up. The Sharks kicked a booming conversion from the touch-line to send the game to extra time. In extra time, Adam Reynolds swung the pendulum in his sides favour with a massive forty-twenty, but the Rabbitohs weren’t able to score off the chance, nor from the ensuing chances despite having all the possession. Joel Reddy then seemed to score a legitimate try, but the four-pointer was disallowed thanks to a forward pass call. But in a fairy-tale finish, after determined play from both sides, Matt King capped off his Auckland Nines by winning the Rabbitohs the match with his try courtesy of Issac Luke by 18-14.
2 min 6-0 3 min 6-4 9 min 10-4 11 min 10-8 13 min 14-8 17 min 14-14 27 min 18-4 Final Line Up 1. Joel Reddy 2. Bryson Goodwin 3. Dylan Walker 5. Chris McQueen 6. Issac Luke (c) 7. Adam Reynolds 8. George Burgess 13. Dave Tyrrell 15. Kyle Turner 4. Matt King 11. Jason Clark 16. Cameron McInnes 17. Chris Grevsmuhl 19. Angus Crichton Goodwin, Grevsmuhl, McInnes, King tries Reynolds 1 from 2, Luke 0 from 1 goals Referee M.Cechin Penalities 1-1 Scrums 0-0 Effective 1st Tackles 0 min 0m Reynolds kick CIG 0m 2 min 0m Walker kick TRY 3 min 100m (CS TRY) 5 min 56m Luke kick COF 10m / SS P (Crichton) 7 min 0m CS Err / Luke kick CIG 8 min 19m SS Err (Crichton) 9 min 0m SS ChDn TRY half time 10 min 0m Reynolds kick CIG 11 min 66m SS Err(Goodwin) / (CS TRY) 13 min 0m P / TRY 14 min 0m Reynolds kick CIG 15 min 0m Clark kick CIG 16 min 56m SS Err(Walker) / (CS TRY) golden point 18 min 10m Reyndolds kick 40-20 20 min 10m Reynolds kick P 21 min 0m CS Err / (SS NO TRY) / Reynolds kick CIG 23 min 9m Reynolds kick 25 min 27m SS Err(Luke) 26 min 0m CS Err / Reynolds kick CIG 27 min 0m TRY Average effective 1st tackle location - 17.7m - for the whole match - 25.0m - 1st half - 17.5m - 2nd half - 8.0m - Golden Point Other FG Trials 14-12 Mack St Geo-Ill b Mackay
NRL 9s Player Awards
Rabbitohs players have swept the Dick Smith Auckland Nines tournament awards, with Adam Reynolds being named MVP, while also being named alongside fellow Rabbitohs, Issac Luke and George Burgess in the team of the tournament. Reynolds accepted his MVP award and a cheque for $5000 after a brilliant tournament that saw the Premiership winning half dominate proceedings with his brilliant kicking game, pivotal tries and conversions. “It’s been an unreal tournament and it’s something I’ll never forget,” said Reynolds. “Thank you to all the fans – you’ve made this an unreal experience.” Both Issac Luke and George Burgess weren’t far behind Reynolds though when it came to value, with the two being named in the team of the tournament as part of a talented class of players.
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