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Between the Posts: #standwithQuadeo, All Stars camp

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.

#standwithQuadeo

The Indigenous Team heading into the NRL All Stars game this weekend sent a special message to young Quaden Bayles, a Brisbane boy who is a victim of harsh bullying and torment.  The nine-year-old will lead the players as they run out onto Cbus Super Stadium and has all of the NRL community backing him.

 
 
 
 
 
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We love ya little brother ❤️✊🏾 #bullyingstopswithme #standwithQuadeo

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The Indigenous #NRLAllStars have invited 9-year-old Quaden Bayles, a victim of bullying, to lead them out this Saturday night ❤️

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All class from @jamesroberts01 👏🏾🐇❤️💚 #GoRabbitohs #OldestProudestLoudest

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All Stars camp

It wouldn’t be an All Stars camp without dancing and pranks from none other than our own NSW Stars.

Blake Ferguson showed off his gabber skills to all his teammates while everyone else shared their shake-a-leg moves in their final practice before they perform the Indigenous War-cry tomorrow night.

 
 
 
 
 
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M.A.D #2 @blakeferguson23 🔥

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The Indigenous #NRLAllStars ⭐️

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All the Indigenous representative Men and Women are definitely enjoying themselves in camp.

 
 
 
 
 
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⚫️🟡🔴

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Day One with the breds and buddas ✔️

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First run done ✅ good to be back with the brothers 🤛🏽 4 more sleeps and it all starts again 😍😳 #nrlallstars #ytbs

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🖤💛❤️

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Boys in Barca

Roosters boys are loving their time overseas in Barcelona and Manchester, visiting tourist sites, holding open training sessions and meeting the local communities that have watched them dominate the NRL competition.

The boys will compete against St Helen’s in the World club challenge this weekend in a battle of the best In the NRL and the best in the Super League.

 
 
 
 
 
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Ladz do Barca 🤙🏻

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Barcelona vs Getafe ⚽️

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Happy to be in 🇪🇸

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Adios Barcelona 🇪🇸

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Moments like these👌🏻

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