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Between the Posts: Catch-ups with Nonna, ISO-Fit

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.

Chats with Nonna

Brydens Lawyers NSW Blues vice-captain James Tedesco has not let the global pandemic stop him from interacting with those nearest and dearest online.

The fullback called his Nonna to check up on her as part of the #COLIV19 initiative by the Gotcha4life Foundation.

Blues teammate Jake Trbojevic is also on board with the cause.

Iso-Fit

Nick Cotric and Jessica Sergis have shown no excuses and have stuck to their usual training program despite the isolation restrictions.

They’ll definitely be strong and ready to go for when the season restarts. 

 
 
 
 
 
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Happy Gal after this mornin’ sesh ✌🏼 Ps is anyone else enjoying ISO or am I the only one 🤔

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Bizo don’t stop 😅💧

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Me-time

NSW Womens Origin players Millie Boyle and Kezie Apps are spending their time relaxing and enjoying quality time with family.

Millie and her brother Morgan, who plays Rugby League for the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles, have spent some time in Bermagui, close to their home in Cobargo, fishing and beaching.

 
 
 
 
 
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Essential Friday fish 🐠

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🌸🏔🍁☕️🌊🐻

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Apps excitedly held her baby niece for the first time.

 
 
 
 
 
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My heart is so full ❤️😍🥰 first cuddles with Hallie Grace with her proud big sister Mia #nieces

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