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NRL Social: Christmas spirit, bae love and epic pics

It's the season of joy, love and spreading the Christmas cheer and for our NRL players it has been no different as they've spent their remaining weeks of the year showing their support out in the community, with the ones they love, while snapping some deadly photos along the way.

Don't miss out on what some of your favourite footballers have been up to across their social media accounts. You can find it all here on NRL Social.

A time of giving

Kalyn Ponga and the Newcastle Knights visit John Hunter Children's Hospital and collect some smiles.

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Crazy how inspiring a smile is. So privileged being able to visit the John Hunter children’s hospital and spend time with everyone 🙌🏼

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Wests Tigers pair Ryan Matterson and Josh Aloiai delivering early Christmas presents to the kids at Randwick Children's Hospital.

The Cronulla Sharks dropped into Sylvanvale Mikarie Centre as part of their Christmas Blitz.

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Stop 3 on our Christmas blitz was visiting the kids at Sylvanvale Mikarie Centre 🙌🏼 . #UpUpCronulla

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Jazz Tevaga showing his support at the West Auckland Weetbix Tryathlon which encouraged kids aged 7-15 to stay active and healthy.

The Manly Sea Eagles stopped in at the Avalon Youth Hub to celebrate the year that's been. 

Tepai Moeroa and the Parramatta Eels were inspired by the strength of the children at Westmead Children's Hospital.

The Gold Coast Titans spreading some Christmas cheer at Gold Coast University Hospital.

The Canterbury Bulldogs hosted their last Youth Off The Street event on Wednesday night.

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‪Thanks to everyone who came to the final @youthoffthestreets in 2018 at Belmore last night! ‪#proudtobeabulldog ‬

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RZA loves the Rabbitohs

After swapping Shaolin Land for the Sydney Opera House, Wu-Tang Clan member RZA sported a South Sydney jersey on stage. What's the bet Russell Crowe has something to do with this.

Bae's of League

Baby shower celebrations for Kodi Nikorima and glowing girlfriend Bree.

Meg Ward heading to see the Christmas Carols with girlfriend Natassja.

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Perfect Sunday spent with perfect company 🎅🏼 #christmascarols #favouritetimeofyear

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Brandon Smith and his girlfriend Savannah enjoying Queenstown, New Zealand.

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Queenstown.. What a place!

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Jordan Kahu reminiscing on the alone time him and wife Jess shared without their son and daughter.

Joe Ofahengaue gives a lovely birthday shout out to girlfriend Sofi.

Hymel Hunt and his girlfriend Elli's two-year anniversary.

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2 years with this glam ❤️ #jiggyjig

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Photography on point

Air time at Wests Tigers training.

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Good to be back at training with the boys✊🏽

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Gold Coast recruit Tyrone Peachey enjoying life in his new surrounds.

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Angus Crichton wants to make his presence felt at the Roosters.

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Can’t wait to make some memories in this jersey, the club that I grew up loving and supporting, 2019 is going to be the best yet @sydneyroosters

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Say cheese.

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When you remember Christmas is less than two weeks away! 😃#ridemcowboys

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Recently re-signed halfback Luke Brooks leads the way at Wests Tigers training.

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On the charge! ✊ #OurJungle

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Insert R Kelly lyrics: "I believe I can fly"

Joel Thompson reminds us all that we're never too old to make positive life changes.

Toafofoa AKA Thor.

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You shall not pass! ⚒ #WeAreManly

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