The South Sydney Rabbitohs have guaranteed their spot on the top of the ladder for another week with a 32-4 drubbing of the Gold Coast Titans in front of a 20,392 crowd.
Burgess brothers Sam and George were stand outs, scoring two tries and one try respectively.
It was Sam who opened up the scoring in the 11th minute. The huge Pom proved too much for the Titans defence as he muscled himself over from in front.
The Rabbitohs were their own worst enemy as the match progressed failing, despite dominating the match the Rabbits failed to convert pressure into points again until the 32nd minute when Reynolds kicked a penalty goal.
George Burgess scored in the 36th minute. Reynolds added the extras to give the Rabbits a 14-point lead heading into the break.
Sam Burgess was over for his second in only the fourth minute of the second half. Reynolds added the extras.
The Titans finally hitback in the 63rd minute on the back of a spate of quality posession. Kevin Gordon lept above the back to pluck an Aidan Sexer crossfield bomb from the air to score the opening points for the Titans. Sezer failed to convert.
Quick play the balls from the Rabbits saw them right on the attack and utility Luke Keary scored to put to bed any hope of a Titans comback. Reynolds converted the try to increase the Rabbits' score to 26.
It was all Keary in the 75th minute when he ran 40 metres to score under the posts. Reynolds added the extras.
This evenings win means the Rabbitohs are safe on the top of the table for at least another week, they travel to Townsville to take on the Cowboys next week. As for the Titans they are slowly falling out of touch with the top eight, they host the Tigers next week.