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Cup players and clubs on social during social isolation

To say that past couple of weeks have been mind-blowing would be an understatement. 

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown a spanner in the works for everyone in 2020 - football wise and life wise. 

The rugby league community has reacted via social media, in so many positive ways. Including various Intrust Super Cup players and clubs.

Redcliffe Dolphins skipper Cameron Cullen acknowledged everyone was doing their best to get through this tough time together.


Tough times! Here if anyone needs a hand ✊🏻

Posted by Cameron Cullen on Sunday, 22 March 2020

Melbourne Storm and Sunshine Coast Falcons talent Chris Lewis updated everyone on his 2020 statistics, trying to prompt smiles during this tough time. 

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Get around it

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Storm and Falcons team mate Nicho Hynes indicated pre-season 2.0 was about to begin for players. 

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Brb pre season begins again 🤔🤣

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Norths Devils have responded to social isolation by offering tips and drills players at any levels can practice at home over the coming weeks. 


Footy From Home - With Rugby League competitions being postponed, now is the time to work on your individual game from...

Posted by Norths Devils Rugby League Football Club on Monday, 23 March 2020

Mackay Cutters continue to support small local businesses. 

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#wepledgelocal Picking up our takeaways from Coffee Club Wood Street today. Practising social distancing whilst supporting our local businesses. #mackaycutters

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Sunshine Coast Falcons named a Round 2 team despite the round not going ahead. 

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What would have been our Round Two team lineup for our home game this weekend. Who would you have chosen in the team this week? 🧐 . . . #OurTeamOurTown #SCFalcons

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And shared highlights from their last encounter with Tweed Seagulls.

Wynnum Manly Seagulls decided to take a trip down memory lane. 


We promised you we would take you back in time while the Intrust Super Cup takes a break. Here is the BMD Teaser as we feature the 1984 Grand Final all week. #upthegulls

Posted by Wynnum Manly Seagulls on Monday, 23 March 2020

Northern Pride responded to the news footy was suspended for at least 10 weeks with sadness. 

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When they tell you footy’s been suspended for 10 weeks 😒 #sadreactsonly

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Despite offering to stay in the country an extra week to help facilitate Round 2 of the competition if it were to go ahead, the PNG Hunters were instead able to head home and were sure to undertake the necessary protocols upon their return to Papua New Guinea.