Rejuvenated Karmichael looking to make Reds No.15 his own

By Sam Ryan Karmichael Hunt is the first to admit 2015 didn’t quite go to plan for him or the Reds and he has no one but himself to blame for much of that. After missing the start of the Super Rugby season through suspension, Hunt and the star-studded Reds backline failed to live up to expectations, finishing the year with just four wins from 16 matches. “It was a tough year mate and I think that was a reflection of what was going on off the field. With everything happening it was difficult to concentrate on footy, but that’s in the past now,” he told Rugby News. “Our off season started off strong and we had a bit of time on the paddock with all the starters available and training together but then Quade got injured, I got suspended and James (O’Connor) was in and out with injuries throughout the year. “We never had a period of time where we could get combinations together to create some continuity within the side,” he added. Despite that, Hunt has put a disappoin
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