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.
Thursday night’s match against the Brisbane Broncos marked South Sydney’s official farewell to Queensland legend and former captain Greg Inglis. In true Inglis fashion, try-scorers and Blues hopefuls Cody Walker and Adam Reynolds performed his trademark try celebration, ‘the Goanna’ in his honour. Teammate John Sutton also decided to join in on the tribute, but Bryden’s Lawyers NSW Blues hooker Damien Cook shared his opinion on Sutton’s attempt.
Blues Coach Brad Fittler was in the sheds post-match and wanted to grab a shirtless Cook afterwards for an interview. The reluctant hooker was then the brunt of friendly Freddy banter, “Cooky, come over here, mate. Do you want to play in a couple weeks or not?”
The Foxx, aka Josh Addo-Carr, filmed Melbourne teammate and Queensland adversary Cameron Munster pranking their sleeping and unsuspecting coach, Craig Bellamy.
Addo Carr and Munster prank Bellamy
Trbojevic Brothers, Jake and Tom welcomed back their Manly teammate Lachlan Croker after his third knee injury.
Former Jillaroo Allana Ferguson and first-time Mum gave an insight into her new journey of Motherhood.
Emerging Blue and Roosters hooker Victor Radley pulled at the heart-strings of his Instagram followers by sharing a photo of him and a young fan after last week’s ANZAC victory over the Dragons.
St George Dragon Zac Lomax visited fans at the Wollongong Hospital, along with fellow Red V’s Cameron McInnes, Paul Vaughan, Steven Marsters and Kezie Apps.
True Blue Luke Lewis was battling signs of sickness in the commentary box on the weekend.
Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Simaima Taufa and Talesha Quinn were joined by True Blues Craig Wing and Steve Menzies for an upcoming campaign.
The Holden State of Origin: Rivalry without Rival campaign was launched with an epic video featuring our Blues. The series is just over a month away, kicking off June 5. Secure your tickets here.