What's trending in the NRL

From fan photos, school visits and the world's worst golf instructor, there has been plenty happening in and around the NRL this week.

Broncos flooded by fan photos

With one of the largest - and most passionate - fan bases in rugby league, the Broncos should have known their inbox would be flooded when they asked fans to send through their favourite #BronxNation photos. The club whittled down the entries to their 50 favourites and are presently rifling through the prize cupboard to reward one lucky Bronco fan. And a word of warning, this has an extremely high cuteness rating given the number of babies dressed in their team's colours. 

 

High talker

We're not sure jumping off Auckland's tallest building is the right place for a 'talk' but Tommy Symonds took his popular segment on the Sea Eagles' website 'Tommy Talks' beyond international borders following last week's Auckland Nines. Jesse Sene-Lefao, Blake Leary and Manaia Rudolph were his willing victims, but you'll have to watch the video to see if all four went through with it.

 

 

'Morts' and all

We love when clubs delve in behind the footballer and the Titans this week spent some time talking with Daniel Mortimer on anything but footy. Days picking grapes in Orange, where he fits in a family of five boys and the one musical instrument he can play, it's all here.

 

Boy wonder

In his role as an ambassador for ANZ Stadium, South Sydney skipper Greg Inglis often takes part in promotional shoots, but we're not sure anything he has done in the past is as cute as this happy snap with son Nate.

 

'Yes, Mr Papaliiiiiiiiii'

The Raiders were one of a number of teams to take the #NRLWellBeing program on the road this week, including a visit to Narrandera Public School on Thursday. If Josh Papalii was your teacher you'd sit up straight too!

 

.@joshpapalii making a BIG impression on the kids at Narranderra Public School with the #NRLWellBeing program

A photo posted by Canberra Raiders (@raiderscanberra) on

 

Putt-ing it wildly

At first we didn't know whether Roosters forward Aidan Guerra was using the wrong club or putting to the wrong hole but the Roosters kindly informed us that Rocky the Rooster was the golf coach on the long putt hole at the club's annual golf day. But who is the worst golfer at the club and who was the controversial winner on the day?

 

What about Rocky The Rooster's efforts yesterday, helping out Aidan Guerra with his swing technique.. #RWBGolf #represent

A photo posted by Sydney Roosters (@sydneyroosters) on

 

Koni's status update

He may have missed the Warriors team for the Auckland Nines due to injury but there was no way Konrad Hurrell was going to miss the party at Eden Park. We liked his Saturday outfit more than Sunday's Serena Williams ensemble. 

 

See u soon Eden park!! #akl9s #oua #warriornation

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