Jordy Reid eager to capitalise on Rebels starting spot

Former Manly Marlins flanker Jordy Reid is in his fourth year at the Melbourne Rebels and will start at No.6 against the Reds this weekend in the highly touted Rebels backrow. RUPA and Rugby News caught up with Reid earlier this week to see how the Rebels are shaping up in 2016.  You’ve been at the Rebels for four years now. How does this side and preseason rate compared to others you’ve had? Every preseason seems to be the best one and it still gets harder every year but we did have a good one this year. The team has had a few years together to gel and had a few years under Dumper (Tony McGahan) as well so we didn't have to spend time learning the systems or working on combinations, so that definitely made the preseason more efficient. There is a lot of depth in the Rebels backrow. Does that make training more competitive? Yeah we are always pushing each other at training. I think we all bring our own different aspects to the game, Seany (McMahon) has great defence and is a g
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