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Five-eighth Josh Reynolds discusses what is driving him for the remainder of the season in the blue and white.

Reynolds will depart Belmore at season’s end and for the local junior who bleeds blue and white, making lasting memories is what the 28-year old is focused on.

“The most important thing in rugby league is making memories with your good mates and that’s something I want to do at the back end of this season. I want to create even better memories and I know the boys are on board to do the same thing,” Reynolds said.

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