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Like everyone, NRL players are doing their best in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, training at home and having some fun along the way.

Here's the best of the NRL's social scene, still just as social, just with a bit of distance!

Wests Tigers veteran Benji Marshall wound back the clock, and slowed it right down for this cool shot.

And the Watene-Zelezniak brothers nailed a couple of impressions very close to home.

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HA got emmm! 😂 how bored!! @malakaiwatenezelezniak #hometeam

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@dallinzelezniak The Reply 😂😂😂 #payback #tiktok #toomuchtime #isolation #sorrynotsorry

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Former Warriors and Titans wrecking ball Koni Hurrell pursued a career passion.

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House party at mine? DJ BigDawg 🤣🤣 hook me up with a gig @alexsimmonstv #oua #quarantine #djlife

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Storm legend Ryan Hoffman did likewise.

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Time for a rebuild. #1996pieces #slave1 #ultimatecollectorseries #starwars @lego @legomastersau

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Sonny Bill Williams got in some quality family time.

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Any other parent dreaming of that isolation holiday while being in isolation?? 😅😂❤️❤️ #DayIveLostCountAlready

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As did Paul Momirovski.

While Melbourne's Tui Kamikamica opted for some self improvement.

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BREAKING: @tkamikamica builds muscle on muscle whilst in isolation.

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Meanwhile NSW women's Origin fullback Botille Vette-Welsh combined the two!

John Bateman rolled up his sleeves to do his bit.