Between the Posts is your weekly update of what’s happening in the lives of our past, present and future Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues players.

Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues hopeful and Roosters five-eighth Luke Keary is not a stranger to success on the field, but off-field is where he has had the biggest score, as wife Amy revealed this week that the couple are expecting their first child in September.

Latrell Mitchell shared a video from State of Origin camp last year where he and Josh Addo-Carr attempted the infamous #kekechallenge.

Tariq Sims is hard at work, prepping for life after footy – completing a Certificate IV in fitness at Elite Athletes Business School founded by Flow Espresso part-owner and former Rugby League star Jason Nightingale.

Meanwhile at Flow Espresso, Blues backrower Tyson Frizell and Dragons teammate Jeremy Latimore visited the Kogarah coffee spot with special guest, baby Axton Frizell.

Emerging Blue Kyle Flanagan did a dedication post to long-time buddy and now teammate Bronson Xerri ahead of his Round 4 debut along with Paul Gallen, who shared photos of himself and Xerri back when the young star was a fan of the former Blues skipper.

 
 
 
 
 
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Like a brother to me, Proud of you mate. Goodluck tomorrow night

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The debutant himself, who also starred in the NSW Under-20 team, expressed gratitude towards making his NRL debut and becoming #529.

Gal may have a few idols of his own …

 
 
 
 
 
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MAFS meets 100% footy #mafs @susiepearll @lizalizzieelizabeth

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Wednesday 10 April marked Harvey Norman Women’s Origin fullback Corban McGregor’s 25th birthday so teammate Maddie Studdon celebrated her friend reaching a quarter-of-a-century.