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Josh Reynolds update

It’s been a tough time for overseas players in Super League in the past 18 months.

From having to lock down for the majority of last year, their journeys home have been less than straightforward either.

For the likes of Castleford Tigers centre/second-rower Cheyse Blair, Catalans Dragons’ Josh Drinkwater and now Hull FC’s Josh Reynolds, the two week quarantine upon arrival back in Australia has been difficult to say the least.

And, for the Black and Whites’ halfback, it seems as though he has been getting through his fair share of Uber Eats deliveries.

Reynolds snapped a photo of a considerable amount of Uber Eats packages as he gets accustomed to the quarantine life back Down Under.

The Hull halfback began his career in East Yorkshire in flying fashion until a COVID outbreak and injuries plagued FC’s season and a slide down the table ensued.

The Airlie Birds eventually finished in eighth, two places outside of the play-offs with the likes of Reynolds, Josh Griffin and Carlos Tuimavave suffering with injuries.

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