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.
Exciting times for the Bremner bunch as Sammy Bremner’s newborn baby boy, Reef Lenny Bremner, arrived into the world earlier this week.
Hall of Fame Nominees
Three of the Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues coaching staff and True Blues Greg Alexander, Danny Buderus and Craig Fitzgibbon have been nominated to be inducted into the 2019 Hall of Fame induction class.
Blues with a heart of Gold
NSW Fullback James Tedesco and Winger Josh Addo-Carr have been nominated for the Ken Stephen medal amongst other NRL players for their compassion and commitment to the community outside of the footy field. Tedesco was nominated by his club for his close work with National youth mental health foundation headspace and Addo-Carr for his endless involvements in NRL’s school to work program, Storm RAP committee and many more. To vote for one of our Blues, click here.
The Foxx and Blues lock Dale Finucane were pictured with Layla, who underwent a liver transplant as a baby and now living a healthy life thanks to Donate Life. The boys and the rest of their storm teammates met Layla to spread awareness of the Donate Life initiative.
True Blue Angus Crichton will launch his foundation, First People Project, in aim to help young Indigenous people achieve their goals, on September 2nd and invites you to join him.
True Blue, Luke Lewis showed us his prankster side by torturing ABC Grandstand’s Andrew Moore with an epic prank.
Young guns and former NSW Under 20’s champions Bronson Xerri and Kyle Flanagan were chaperoned to a shooting range with responsible True Blues Bryan Fletcher and Nathan Hindmarsh this week.
NSW Prop Paul Vaughan copped a dislocated finger in the Dragons verse Eels clash last weekend, and clearly was a sight for sore eyes according to one of the Eels official’s reaction.
While teammate Vaughany healed, Blues second Rower Tyson Frizell shared some quality time with best friend Ziggy and also caught up with former NRL Star Jason Nightingale and Tiger Benji Marshall at flow espresso.