The first few weeks of the NRL season has been a whirlwind, with the likes of Michael Gordon, Luke Keary, Michael Gordon-Wiggins, Jack Bird, Ryan James, Anthony Milford, Josh McGuire, Aaron Woods, James Tedesco, Adam Reynolds, Ben Hunt, Josh Morrissey and Jack Bird all getting involved in the pre-season hype train.
It’s been a great start to the season, with just one of those players dropping off the radar in the first few days of the season (Michael Gordon) or not getting a chance to show what he can do in the game (Jack Bird).
But in the final quarter of the year, the team has made some very solid contributions to the side’s performance.
Here are some of the biggest wins the men’s rugby league team has achieved during the season so far.
A massive win for the NSW Cup squadThe men’s game has had its fair share of ups and downs this season.
While the Blues were able to take a win over the Titans, they were also knocked out of the A-League.
But after being knocked out by Melbourne, the men have now won the NSW cup for the first time since 2010.
The Blues had the upper hand in the NSW title race heading into this season, but after going down to Geelong, the Blues have taken control of the division and won six games in a row.
A big win for NSW captain, Scott PendleburyScott Pendleham has been instrumental in the Blues’ win over Geelong.
The captain has made seven tackles and five tackles for loss in the last two games.
He has also played the last four games in the position.
He is also a huge asset for the Blues in the backline.
He’s played more than 100 games in defence, but has only played three games for NSW this season after missing most of last season due to injury.
Pendleham’s ability to play a strong defensive game has also helped the Blues get back to winning ways.
He is averaging 17.1 disposals per game, which is up from 15.2 in the win over Melbourne and 19.1 last year.
He also leads NSW in contested possessions (6.3), clearances (4.4) and clearances for kicks (3.6).
It’s also worth noting that the Blues are a much better side when Pendle is playing.
The Blues have had more success when he’s not, losing just two of their past 14 games when he is.
Pending returns for the winThe Blues’ performance in the NRL grand final will have a huge impact on how the NSW squad plays in the next few weeks.
It’s a chance for the men to prove that they deserve to be considered the best team in the competition.
The NSW side has not played since Round 8, and their final round clash against Melbourne was a game where the Blues had a commanding lead and only had to wait a few minutes before the game was over.
After the loss, the NSW players were very disappointed and disappointed at their loss, but the players were determined to come out on top.
The men did their best to bounce back and take their revenge on the Demons.
In the end, the boys won the game with a last-gasp try to take the victory into the finals.
The boys won’t let their disappointment turn into a coronavirus scareThe boys had a lot to look forward to in Round 13, with Sydney facing the Brisbane Broncos and having a great chance to win the series.
But the boys also had a tough match against the Panthers.
With their first loss in round nine, the Panthers had a chance of going through to the grand final but had to settle for a fourth-place finish.
The result showed the boys’ determination and the hard work that the men put in to win their first grand final.
The win gave them a big boost and the boys are now looking to build on that.
The boys have not lost in the grand finals since Round 10, and will look to build off that result into a big win in the Grand Final.
It was another huge win for Joe BurgessJoe Burgess is one of the most decorated players in the history of the NSW men’s side.
The veteran backrower was a mainstay of the team throughout its premiership win in 2014 and will be hoping that the success of the men can continue as the Blues prepare to face the Brisbane Lions in the finals on Sunday.
Burgess has won the most NRL games of any player in the men, with 105 in total.
He has scored 13 tries in 102 appearances for NSW and has played a key role in the team’s premiership success.
The man who played with the boys for nearly half his career has returned to the NRL.
Burgess will look back on his most important moment in the league, when he won a game for NSW in 2014 against