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Player Poll: Game-day jams

Whether on the way to the game or in the sheds getting ready to run out, our NRL stars have an eclectic selection of music to get them in the mood to play.

Ata Hingano (Warriors)

The Chainsmokers. It's a remix from their song 'Let You Go'. That's my hype-up song. If you see me in the changing rooms before kicking off I'll be listening to that.

Jarrod Wallace (Titans)

On the bus to the game I just listen to country music to keep relaxed and then when I actually get there something a bit more upbeat. Any music but screamo I'm happy to listen to.

Frank Pritchard (Eels)

I know no one will believe me but anything Celine Dion - The Power of Love. 

Mason Lino (Warriors)

I like a bit of slow jams at first to calm me down when I get to the stadium, and then just before I warm up I will play a hype-up song, Kendrick Lamar. I usually dance with Charnze [Nicoll-Klokstad] in the sheds. At the back though so people can't see us!

Konrad Hurrell (Titans)

It's a little bit of reggae and country music now. Country music can pump me up because I can sing along to it and reggae calms me down. I like Luke Bryan and Alan Jackson. I kind of knew about country music back home through Kenny Rogers and stuff but Will Zillman introduced me to it and I love it.

Michael Chee Kam (Wests Tigers)

Probably Stormzy. There is a song called 'Blinded By Your Grace' that is my go-to jam.

Joe Greenwood (Titans)

I have a bit of Lionel Richie an hour before kick-off and then build up to it with a bit of R'n'B, bit of a beat in the background. I saw Lionel Richie live in Manchester and he was so good, I was up dancin'. He's one of my favourites. I love the old-style music, good to dance along to, but since I've come out here Koni and Karl Lawton have been getting me into country music. I'm a bit of a mixed bunch at the moment.

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