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Previously, Penrith had his second straight win to order to start the season, beating the Bulldogs 28-0 and South Sydney defeated Manly 26-12.

Adam Reynolds reminded South Sydney of his worth before considering the Rabbitohs 26-12 win over Manly puzzled in a rain-soaked Brookvale oval.

With his future in the air, the Rabbitohs halfback scored a try, kicking a 40-20 lead to another in a dominant first half.

But he was Taken off the field early in the second half when he was hit and never returned after being kicked by Sean Keppie, putting him in doubt for the clash with the Sydney Roosters on Friday.

Reynolds is out of contract at the end of this year and got out of his disappointment It was no secret of the Souths call to offer him a one-year contract.

Benji Marshall was playing from the bench when the Rabbitohs went without one of their key pieces for the second time in the match.

Latrell Mitchell had one 10-minute break for a professional foul on Daly Cherry-Evans when Manly’s halfback was pursuing his own kick.

The Sea Eagles scored in their first set against 12 men, but Mitchell returned in the last minute of the first half back to touchdown.

His sin was the first of two for the game, and Jaydn Su’A was convicted for his role in a brawl a second earlier when the full-time game came over. The whole incident was reported.

After Mitchell and Cody Walker got South Sydney off the blocks for their first attempt, Reynolds had his fingerprints in the next two of Souths.

The 30-year-old’s first major impact came as he raced through his own cultivator in the 15th minute to score a goal. 6 in the break and give the Rabbitohs a clear advantage.

Penrith still has to score one point against them after defeating the Bulldogs 28-0 in round two.

The throbbing in the rain in Western Sydney Stadium came after opening their season last week with a 24-0 win over the Cowboys.

The Panthers became the first team in rugby league history to complete the first two rounds of a season without conceding a goal , and there was nothing but pain on the other side of the coin.

Canterbury’s Dallin Watene-Zelezniak could face the wrath of the NRL’s Match Review Committee after his high tackle Nathan Cleary’s day ended.

The Panthers captain paused mid-field but lay there after the Bulldogs winger reached out to stop him and caught his former teammate in the head.

Watene-Zelezniak was turned into sin sent and the incident l reported in the 71st minute when the Panthers ended their historic win without their star halfback.

Penrith’s usual electric attack had to warm up because of the dire weather in Sydney, but last year’s runner-up brought his clinical one Expressing discipline as Viliame Kikau and Paul Momirovski scored doubles for victory.

Livewire fifth-eighth Jarome Luai only had two runs in the first half, but both resulted in attempts for the Panthers and prepared Kikau for his second In the middle of the second half before.

Luai’s dance across the defensive line and cultivator so that Tyrone May could score a goal before half time showed a cunning attack despite the miserable conditions.

Two late attempts against Momirovski during the Bulldogs only had 12 players left, sealed the victory without the regular hooker Api Koroisau, who was ruled out for at least six weeks because of a broken wrist ossen, became even more remarkable.

The Panthers’ hot start to the season will be put to the test on Thursday evening when they host Melbourne’s grand finale at Penrith Stadium.

In the meantime, the new Bulldogs- Coach Trent Barrett still after his first win at the club and will face Brisbane at Lang Park on Saturday.

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