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NRL Social: Time for the trials

With NRL trials for most clubs beginning this week, a few of the players have been making the most of their last free weekend before the footy kicks off.

Queenstown bound

The Sydney Roosters headed across the ditch last week for a bit of team bonding. From jet skiing to bungee jumping, the team looked to have an incredible time over in Queenstown, New Zealand.


Blickeyy finish to a gangsta week 🐐👑

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Recovery done right w/ a grouse view.... The scenery of course 😂

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Hurrell watch

Titans funny man Nathan Peats is always quick with a heckle for teammate Konrad Hurrell...

Date night

Dragons recruit James Graham enjoyed a night out with his new teammate Jason Nightingale. "Great movie night with the English tourist," Nightingale wrote.

Could this be the newest Dragons bromance?

Congrats, captain!

Congratulations are in order for Wade Graham, who announced via his Instagram he would be Cronulla's co-captain in 2018 alongside Paul Gallen.

"Looking forward to sharing responsibilities as captains with my good mate Wade Graham from a teenager through to an international now club captain," Gallen wrote on his own Instagram.

And don't ever say Gallen doesn't have a sense of humour! Here he is claiming he sidestepped new Shark Matty Moylan...

Still on Cronulla, Josh Dugan had some fun at training with Andrew Fifita. Duges posted this photo with the hashtag #happysockfriday - check out those Fresh Prince Socks!

Newcastle namaste

Newcastle Knights trio Mitchell Pearce, Nathan Ross and Shaun Kenny-Dowall got loose in a good way last week - over a spot of yoga.

Maloney and Cleary already flying in the halves

While Panthers halves James Maloney and Nathan Cleary are yet to suit up together on the field, they're having fun off it - heading  out to iFLY Indoor Skydiving and hanging out with fans afterwards.

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