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Between the Posts: Chef Tyson, A Boyle Birthday & more

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.

Chef Tyson

Brydens Laywers NSW Blues second-rower Tyson Frizell has been cooking up a storm in the kitchen with son Axton on hand as his sous-chef.

Frizell documented the cooking process to his stories, with a delicious looking dish presented at the end.

Gordon Ramsey who?

A Boyle Birthday

Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Origin star Millie Boyle celebrated her 22nd Birthday this week.

Boyle has achieved so much in her sporting career at such a young age, having won an NRLW Grand final with the Brisbane Broncos, represented her state in the Origin arena and Australia with the Jillaroos.

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Really feeling the love!! Thank you everyone for your messages 💕 I love birthdays! Not sure about you but I’m definitely feeling twenty twwoooo 🥳

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An exciting future ahead for Millie.

Netball Dad

Steve ‘Beaver’ Menzies is showing he is the ultimate girl dad, helping daughter Miller get her Netball fix.

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Hopefully a start isn’t too far away for our kids. 🏐🏉⚽️🎾🏑⛳️🥅🏓

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“Stewie” Flanagan

True Blue Aaron Woods has stitched up former Sharks teammate and emerging Blue Kyle Flanagan by revealing why he’s nicknamed “Stewie.”

Raiders ready for kick off

Canberra’s dynamic duo and great mates Nick Cotric and Curtis Scott are back in action and ready to go.

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12 days to go ✅ #rightside #ytb #bizo

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Origin Is On

We told you. Origin Is On.

The announcement of the dates for when the greatest rivalry of all will be played was released yesterday.

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Dates confirmed. #OriginIsOn

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Women’s State of Origin has been confirmed for Friday, 13 November. What a day! #OriginIsOn

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The new November date means that Christmas will come early in 2020.

Excited is an understatement. Let’s go!

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.