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Several Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues current, former and emerging players have donated various items to be put up for auction to raise money for those impacted by the bushfires ripping throughout Australia.

This comes off the back of Brad Fittler and a convoy of Blues’ players and coaching taking a trip to Taree and Kempsey where they visited the bushfire-devastated regions, put money back into the community and headlines a Christmas carols event that had 6000 people.

Nathan Cleary put three of his jerseys up for auction (click here to bid), including the match-worn jersey from Game II 2018 where the Blues took out the series for the first time since 2014.

Mitchell Pearce put his 2007 debut State of Origin jersey up for auction which went for over $2000, while Cameron Murray did the same with his first ever Blues jersey and is currently on $1650 after posting it on Instagram just 45 minutes ago (click here to bid).

The Trbojevic brothers have put up signed Manly jerseys, Victor Radley has put up both a signed jersey and his boots, Angus Crichton put up a signed jersey, Clint Gutherson put up a signed Parramatta Eels jersey from Indigenous round, Rugby League legend Mark Geyer has put up a signed 2016 Penrith Panthers jersey, and Bayley Sironen has put up a signed South Sydney Rabbitohs jersey (click here to bid for any of these).

Well done to all getting behind this fantastic and necessary cause.

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