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Between the Posts: Baby Morris, Players in Perth

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.

Baby Morris

The famous Morris name will live on since Cronulla-Sharks and True Blue Josh Morris and wife Elise announced the birth of their second child and first son, Jesse.

The happy family were all smiles in the big reveal.

World Club Challenge

The Roosters are off to Barcelona, Spain for a training camp before they look to defend their title in the World Club Challenge against St Helens. Boyd Cordner, James Tedesco, Luke Keary, Victor Radley, Kyle Flanagan and Angus Crichton are amongst the NSW talent selected in the squad to go over.

The boys also sent a good luck message to their teammates competing in the NRL Nines this weekend. 

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See you soon Australia! We have some business to do 🐓💪 #EastsToWin

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Good luck to the Nines Squad over in Perth, show them the Roosters way! 🐓💪 #EastsToWin

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Players in Perth

Blake Ferguson made it known that the Parramatta Eels had arrived in Perth with a loud greeting, catching Clint Gutherson off-guard and scaring the fullback big-time.

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@blakeferguson23 making it loud and clear the Eels are in Perth for the NRL Nines 🚍

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Meanwhile, other NSW Origin stars are preparing for the big weekend ahead.

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Great to have The Green Machine @dannygreen.boxer cheering the Panthers on at #NRL9s 👊🏽 #pantherpride 🐾

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Perth bring out the goods ☀️#nrlnines

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JUST HAPPY TO BE HERE 🐉❤️ @_maddiestuddon #phillip

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Acknowledgement of Country

New South Wales Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.