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.
It’s been a memorable week for the NSWRL with the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues claiming a 38-6 match win over Queensland to send the Holden State of Origin series to a decider in Sydney, and the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s team earning the Holden Women’s State of Origin trophy for the second year in a row.
Debutant Kirra Dibb gave a valiant effort in her team’s win and had the stripes to prove it.
Corban McGregor and Isabelle Kelly shared celebration photos from the night that will forever remind them of their victory.
Lock Simaima Taufa was grateful for the opportunity to play, despite encountering some injuries and setbacks along the way.
After flying her parents over from her hometown in New Zealand, prop Vanessa Foliaki showed her mum some appreciation.
Captain Kezie Apps proudly held the Origin Shield high.
A dominant performance by the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues, which ushered in seven changes from Game One, including debutant and Newcastle Knights prop Daniel Saifiti who shared his gratitude at representing his state.
True Blue Mark Geyer delivered the team their jerseys with an inspiring speech to get the boys fired up for the big battle.
Post-game and all the stars were excited to be around the boys to help celebrate an historic victory in Perth!
Now for the decider. Let’s bring it home for all NSW fans. Up the Blues.