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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.

Finucane v Cook: Battle of the baby rooms

Skill aside, sheer competitiveness is a trait built in State of Origin players.

Dale Finucane proudly showed off his new baby room that he put together in six hours, to which Damien Cook commented ‘6 hours…what’s doing there.’

 
 
 
 
 
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6 hours worth of construction. @maddelynkennedy will say it was a team effort, I say I did 95%. Baby room construction complete! #HandyMan

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Cook then took it a step further by posting his own photo of his own baby room, claiming it only took him an hour and 45 minutes.

We’re not sure if there’s a bit of mayo on that time, but Cook has won the battle for now.

Simply the Best

James Tedesco, just how good is he?

It won’t come as a surprise to anyone that he was awarded the Brad Fittler Medal as well as the Daily Telegraph People’s Choice award.

 
 
 
 
 
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Huge honor last night to receive the Brad Fittler Medal along with the People’s Choice Award for @nswrl1908 tops off a great Origin series with memories that will last forever

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Foxx is a vibe

Josh Addo-Carr lights up every room that he’s in.

His personality matches how he plays on the field, fast and exciting, and his teammates absolutely love him.

Check out this video of the Foxx dancing at training.

True Blue

Still on the Foxx, the video above shows what he brings to the field off the field.

Matched with his on-field presence, Addo-Carr is an absolute pleasure to have in a team environment.

That is why he won the True Blue award at the Brad Fittler Medal Awards night on Monday, presented to the player who has displayed qualities upon which team ethos is built.

Thanks Hokko

Trent Hodkinson, the man forever known as the drought breaking hero, announced his retirement this week.

After eight years of pain, and the Blues down 4-0 in the final 10 minutes, Hodkinson performed a show-and-go to score arguably NSW’s most important try of all time.

Thanks for everything Trent.