39 Facts About Adam Reynolds


Adam Reynolds previously played for and captained the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the National Rugby League and was the halfback for South Sydney's 2014 NRL Grand Final winning team.


Adam Reynolds was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, and attended Matraville Sports High School.


Adam Reynolds received the Peter Sterling Medal as the "most outstanding player in the competition" that year.


Adam Reynolds played his junior rugby league for St Peters JRLFC, Alexandria Rovers, La Perouse Panthers and Kensington United in the South Sydney Juniors competition.


Adam Reynolds played for the New South Wales under-17s team in 2007.


Adam Reynolds graduated to the Rabbitohs' Under-20s team in 2009 and in the 2010 Toyota Cup season he was one of the leading lights in the South Sydney side that went to the Grand Final.


Adam Reynolds played 46 games, scored 21 tries and kicked 159 goals for 402 points in his U20s career.


On 16 August 2012, Adam Reynolds re-signed with South Sydney on a three-year contract to the end of the 2015 season.


Adam Reynolds finished the season as the NRL's highest goal scorer with 97.


Adam Reynolds was crowned the John Sattler Rookie of the Year and Members Choice Player of the Year at the South Sydney Red and Green Ball in 2012, amongst other awards.


Adam Reynolds played in all of South Sydney's 27 matches, scored 3 tries, kicked over 97 goals and kicked 2 field goals in an impressive debut year in the National Rugby League in the 2012 season.


Adam Reynolds played in all the Rabbitohs 26 matches, scoring 4 tries, kicking 100 goals and kicking 2 field goals in the 2013 season.


On 4 May 2014, Adam Reynolds was selected to play for NSW City in the City vs Country Origin match, Adam Reynolds played at halfback and kicked 3 goals in the 26-all draw in Dubbo, New South Wales.


Adam Reynolds finished off his solid year with South Sydney in the 2014 NRL season with him playing 26 matches, scoring 7 tries, kicking 95 goals and kicking 3 field goals.


On 27 January 2015, Adam Reynolds extended his contract on a two-year deal, estimated $500,000 per season.


On 23 January 2015, Adam Reynolds was named in the South Sydney Rabbitohs tournament-winning 2015 NRL Auckland Nines squad.


Adam Reynolds finished the 2015 NRL season as South Sydney's highest point scorer with him scoring a try, kicking 53 goals and kicking a field goal in 18 matches.


On 13 January 2016, Adam Reynolds was named in the emerging New South Wales Blues squad.


On 2 February 2016, Adam Reynolds was selected to replace Trent Hodkinson for the World All Stars in the 2016 All Stars match.


Adam Reynolds made his State of Origin debut for New South Wales in Game I of the 2016 series.


Adam Reynolds was ruled out of the final game in the series due to injury and was replaced by Matt Moylan.


At club level, Adam Reynolds made 16 appearances for Souths in the 2016 NRL season as they missed out on the finals for the first time since 2012.


Adam Reynolds missed out on origin selection for New South Wales being beaten to the number 7 jersey by Mitchell Pearce.


One of the highlights in the season for Adam Reynolds was his goal kicking.


In 2018, Adam Reynolds was part of the South Sydney side which finished third on the table at the end of the regular season.


Adam Reynolds began the 2019 NRL season in good form as Souths began the year winning 10 of their first 11 games.


Adam Reynolds form meant that he was in contention for selection in the New South Wales origin team.


In round 11 against Wests Tigers, Adam Reynolds scored a try and kicked 3 goals but was taken from the field with what was suspected to be severe leg injury.


Adam Reynolds was later cleared of any damage but was overlooked for origin selection with NSW coach Brad Fittler opting to pick Nathan Cleary at halfback.


Adam Reynolds spoke to the media saying "I grew up across the road from Redfern Oval in apartments on Elizabeth Street and always wanted to play for Souths, so to have the chance to captain the team is amazing".


Adam Reynolds finished as the competition's top point scorer with 221 points.


On May 12, after weeks of speculation about his future, it was announced that Adam Reynolds had turned his back on a one-year Souths contract extension to sign a three-year deal with Brisbane starting in 2022, for reportedly $200,000 less than he would've earned if he had signed with Cronulla-Sutherland.


Adam Reynolds played a total of 25 games for South Sydney in the 2021 NRL season.


Adam Reynolds narrowly missed the conversion with the ball going to the right of the posts.


Adam Reynolds then attempted a two-point field goal with one minute remaining but the ball fell short of the crossbar and Penrith held on to claim their third premiership.


Adam Reynolds scored a try and kicked six goals during the match.


Adam Reynolds played a total of 20 games for Brisbane throughout the year as the club finished 9th on the table.


Adam Reynolds finished as Brisbane's top point scorer for the season with 146 points.


In round 11, Adam Reynolds was medicabbed off the field in the opening 20 minutes of Brisbane's match against Melbourne after he hit his head on the ground which knocked him unconscious.