NRL Social - It's Humpday!
The working week is long, so let's break it up by looking back at some of the best player posts this past week.
Gold Coast Titans centre Konrad Hurrell celebrated his 100th NRL appearance over the weekend.
"As a kid growing up in Tonga, would never thought that I could achieved what I did today," Hurrell stated. Congrats Koni; we can't wait to see the next 100!
Hayne Plane staying positive
Despite being ruled out for Easter Monday's clash against the Wests Tigers, Jarryd Hayne remains positive.
"Looking forward to see the boys bouncing back Easter Monday!" he posted to Twitter. The Eels will be looking secure their first win of the season.
The Eels also made their annual Easter visit to Westmead Children's Hospital and Ronald McDonald House. "We're here to put a smile on the kids faces," Nathan Brown said.
And Nathan Cleary also thanked his supporters. The 20-year-old suffered an awful MCL injury that has him ruled out for a projected 10 weeks. Hopefully the Eels and Panthers can get Hayne and Cleary back on the field sooner than later.
Duges gets the dub
Josh Dugan got his first taste of victory with the Cronulla Sharks Saturday night after his side defeated the Eels.
Duges also got his first shot at singing the team song, showcased here by Paul Gallen. Gallen and Wade Graham also thanked everyone.
"The Mannah Cup is something we really look forward to playing for," Gallen said.
SJ's golden boot
It was all happening in Canberra on Saturday afternoon with the New Zealand Warriors winning in one of the most dramatic finishes of the season so far, and it wasn't just the fans who were blown away.
Here's that play again:
And Issac Luke also jumped on Twitter after the game to thank all the Warriors fans that turned out in Canberra.
Sauce answers the call
And lastly, it was great to see Penrith Panthers winger Josh Mansour hit the streets for the Red Cross helping people and communities experiencing hardship in Australia and overseas. Red Cross is there for people and communities experiencing hardship in Australia and overseas.