NRL Social: Farewells, dress-ups and inspiring the younger generation
There is plenty happening in the world of social media so don't miss out on what our NRL stars are up to here on the NRL.com social recap.
The legendry Johnathan Thurston featured in his last game in NSW last Saturday night and the Cronulla Sharks sent him off with the respect he deserves #ThanksJT.
Antonio Winterstein thanks everyone for his 10-year journey in the NRL.
Wests Tigers teammates clap Kevin Naiqama and Sauaso Sue at their last home game for the club before they venture off to continue their football careers.
Ex-teammate Shaun Kenny-Dowall wishes Frank-Paul Nuuausala a happy retirement.
Birthday shout outs
Josh Morris says happy birthday bro and just reminding you who came into this world first.
Kalyn Ponga wishes teammate Tom Hughes a big happy birthday.
Malakai Watene-Zelezniak sends some birthday love to Esan Marsters.
George Burgess and his beautiful wife Joanna welcome baby Birdie into the world.
Jason nightingale's oldest daughter Chloe is already in love with her little brother Oliver.
Who did it better? Josh Addo-Carr or Felise Kaufusi?
Andrew Fifita commends producer Jason Stevens on a killer film.
The Cowboys boys made sure they caught Stevens' movie in Townsville too.
Alex Johnston and Shaun Lane kicking it with NBA Rookie of the Year Ben Simmons
Tallisha Harden, Ali Brigginshaw and Tyrone Peachey inspiring our next generation of stars.
The new man in the top job
Scott Morrison has taken over as Prime Minister of Australia, and he didn't need long to remind everyone where his NRL loyalty lies.