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.

Back-to-back

The Sydney Roosters made history on Sunday, becoming the first team to go back-to-back in 26 years.

Some our of Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues are in and amongst the team, including captain Boyd Cordner who has now lifted the Origin shield twice and the Provan-Summons trophy twice in two years.

Here are some of the snaps they shared.

 
 
 
 
 
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Back to back 😎

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The goat himself. We love you cooper. What a career 🙌🏻

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Not a bad crew here

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Never letting this go! Best feeling.. love this club! 🏆 🐔

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My little bra !! Couldn’t of done it with a better bloke ❤️ #lasssgooo @samverrills

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Rings

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We champ champs

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Brilliant Wighton

What a year it’s been for Jack Wighton.

After some off field dramas last year, he’s turned it around with three Origin caps, an NRL Grand Final appearance and now a Clive Churchill Medal.

Fergy Ferg’s kids full of swagger

Blake Ferguson’s brother got married over the weekend, and his two children came along to the wedding.

They looked adorably sharp in their matching outfits.

Empire State of Mind

The cliché holiday for NRL players to take is our neighbours in Bali, but Daniel Saifiti has gone the opposite on that.

He’s currently putting the feet up in New York City and shared a photo of him at the Empire State Building.

 
 
 
 
 
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What a place! 🙌🏾

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Crichton launches charity

Angus Crichton launched his charity First People Project at the Sydney Cricket Ground last night.

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Thank you to everyone that came out to launch @firstpeopleproject last night, together we can really make a difference ♥️

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