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.
Bankwest Stadium opened its gates to a crowd of 30,000 NRL fans on Easter Monday for the Parramatta Eels clash against the Wests Tigers. Emerging Blue Mitchell Moses had a stellar game, scoring the first try, conversion and field goal in the new Western Sydney Stadium. NRL shared a video of that magic moment and Moses himself uploaded his own victory post.
Denis Anderson, ‘Big D’, got an emotional surprise when he found out the tunnel and sheds of the new stadium were named in his honour. A touching video that all Rugby league fans can appreciate.
Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues halves combination Nathan Cleary and James Maloney along with Panthers teammates Josh Mansour and Dean Bloore visited Nepean Hospital to deliver Easter treats to some very happy faces.
Easter long weekend called for a baby and bunny photoshoot for True Blue Jamie Soward’s daughter Indiana.
The boys of Redfern spent their weekend celebrating the 27th birthday of teammate twins George and Tom Burgess. Blues Hooker Damien Cook wanted to upstage the birthday boys and opted for a bright number.
Brother of the birthday boys, Sam Burgess can’t keep a straight face when former Blues halfback Adam Reynolds distracts him from his post-match interview.
Reynolds & Burgess
Harvey Norman NSW Women’s teammates Kezie Apps and Simaima Taufa caught up at the ANZAC Day Roosters v Dragons clash.
Blues fullback James Tedesco and prop Paul Vaughan were all smiles in a post-match catch-up.
Emerging Blue and fellow Dragon, Zac Lomax shared a video of Vaughan’s attempt at a poker face on his birthday on Tuesday.
NSWRL countdown continues, with now less than 40 days until the Holden State of Origin I.