ONE man who believes his second Origin experience should be easier than his first is NSW halfback Adam Reynolds.

Reynolds and his Blues' teammates arrived in Coffs Harbour this afternoon for the team's pre-Origin camp and the South Sydney playmaker said having been there once before has already increased his comfort levels.

Particularly when it comes to combining with his halves partner James Maloney.

"We've already worked on the combinations throughout game one and now we're a lot more comfortable around each other and it's about building from there," Reynolds said.

Having gone through the stage of getting to know each other, and even the quietly spoken Reynolds having to room with the effusive Sharks' pivot at Novotel Pacific Bay Resort, Reynolds said this time around it will be straight into game-day preparation for the pair.

"It's about hitting the ground running, preparing well and turning up on the night."



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