With the rugby league season still suspended, we take a look at what various teams and players have been up to in the past week.
It might not be much longer before the NRL resumes though, with the Australian competition aiming to get going on May 28, and Ryan Hall has been limbering up to make sure he’s ready for Sydney Roosters’ first game back.
Bit of yoga to start the day
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On this side of the world, Luke Gale is definitely going to be in shape for whenever the Super League season is given the green light to start playing again…
Unfortunately the summer 2020 home workout plan was cut short due to injury @kirbytimmins ➡️ 🤣
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…and Jackson Hastings is keeping his eye in when it comes to kicking goals.
He’s back! #JH31 🤟🏼
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Some players are just chilling in the sunshine though.
Catching rays, with the @mark_bouris @georgekambososjr podcast. Guys taking over man.
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Last week, Konrad Hurrell was keeping everyone entertained with his dancing. This week, he’s been showing off his culinary skills.
Welcome to Koni’s cooking show 😋 This is just the beginning 🔥 #desert #chocolateballs #oua
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Elsewhere, Jamie Peacock has been tackling something a bit more sedate.
Feeling pretty smug right now…. 🤦🏼♂️😁 All about finding a little win each day..💪🏻 #lockdown
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Billy Slater is trying something a bit more outdoorsy now he’s retired though.
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Several of England’s international players were marking St George’s Day this week…
🏴 Happy St George’s day to all the English out there.Stay safe 🏴
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Happy St. George’s Day 🏴
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…while it was a special day for the Burgess twins, George and Tom, on Tuesday as well. Older brother Sam was quick to congratulate them.
Happy birthday Twinnies. Love you both to bits, absolute champion men and fathers. Hope you both have a great day on the opposite side of the world. Here’s a pic from your 21st. How good @thomasburgess @lukeburgess87
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On a serious note, Paul Sculthorpe and League One club Doncaster are among those who have been paying tribute to care workers this week.
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