Josh Reynolds (born 13 April 1989) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs of the NRL. A New South Wales State of Origin representative utility player, he can fill the positions of five-eighth, halfback or hooker.
Clemton Park Public School and Marist College Kogarah. Reynolds played for the Illawarra Steelers in the Harold Matthews Cup and then the Bulldogs team in the SG Ball competition before progressing to the Toyota Cup in 2008. He played in the Under 20's again in 2009 before moving onto the ranks of the New South Wales Cup. Reynolds was named the Bulldogs' 2010 NSW Cup player of the year as well as scoring two tries and kicking four goals for a personal haul of 16 points in their 24-12 grand final win over the Windsor Wolves. [1 ]
Reynolds made his NRL Premiership debut for
Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs during the 2011 NRL season. He also played in the 2012 NRL Grand Final loss to the Melbourne Storm. He has played mostly in the halves.
For Game I of the
2013 State of Origin series New South Wales' Kurt Gidley was originally selected to play but withdrew due to injury. He was replaced by Reynolds, who retained this bench spot for Game II but not for the deciding Game III, which was lost to the Maroons.
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