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Five-eight Josh Reynolds spoke with after the win over the Rabbitohs to reflect on his 100th NRL game.

How did it feel to celebrate 100 games with a win?

“It was an amazing game to be a part of.”

“For it to be my 100th and J Moz (Josh Morris) 200th it was a very special game and it will be something I will never forget.”

“It was a massive crowd. The Bulldogs supporters really got behind us.”

Were the milestones spoken about in the lead up?

“We had a talk about it at the final training session.”

“The boys and Des made it pretty special and said they wanted to get the win for myself and J Moz (Josh Morris).

What does it mean to play 100 games for one club?

“I sat back and had a talk with my mum and said how special this is.”

“To play 100 games for one club and the club I love is a special day.”

“I will keep this jersey. I will frame it and I will cherish it forever.”

What changed from round 3 to round 4?

“Our intent was the difference.”

“The first 15 or 20 we were flying off the line, were as last week we played the victim a bit.”

“When our defence is in place, our attack will come.”

What impressed you about the forwards?

“We never really went one out and when we do that it really helps.”

“Week by week they keep surprising me and showing what kind of blokes they are.”

“They’ve got the most heart out of any boys I have played with.”

What does Belmore mean to you?

“Whenever we get to play there it’s a very special occasion.”

“If we come there with the same intent, hopefully we can get the same result.”

“I can’t wait to get back to the home turf of Belmore.”

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.