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NRL Social: Pacific flair, Origin and Farah's return

With the regular NRL season on a one-week hiatus, representative duties were the flavour of the week among NRL players' social media posts while Robbie Farah's return to the Wests Tigers drew plenty of commentary.

Kiwis visit the other Broncos

The New Zealand team put their time in Denver to good use, checking out the facilities of three-time Super Bowl champions the Denver Broncos.

Hitting 'em high

South Sydney lock Sam Burgess used his time in Denver with the England team to get in some baseball practice with the Colorado Rockies.

Curling 'em in

The cross-code hijinks continued in Maroons camp as Billy Slater and former All Black Dan Carter went head to head.

Ladies take centre stage

The standalone women's Origin match drew plenty of support from female and male players alike.

Foxx on the fly

The men's edition also draws ever nearer with rookie Blues flyer Josh Addo-Carr enjoyig every moment.


How goods Origin Camp wit the boyssss πŸ˜‚ #NSWforever #271 #Dassssit

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Pacific flair

There is just something about the Pacific Tests that brings the out fun, carnival flavour of rugby league.

Farah's welcome homecoming

Robbie Farah's mid-season return to the Wests Tigers was welcomed across the NRL, with even the hilariously caustic Nathan Peats offering genuine support.

Acknowledgement of Country

National 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.

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