Player Poll: What are you getting dad for Father's Day?
Father's Day takes place on the Sunday of Round 26 and we've asked some NRL players what they will be getting for their dads this week.
If I was shopping for dad on Father's Day at the Broncos Superstore, I would definitely get him the home jersey. It was my first Broncos jersey which I started playing in last year when I came to Red Hill, and it's the jersey we wore in last year's Grand Final. We will wear it again in this year's final series so there's plenty of happy memories around this jersey for my family so a pretty good gift idea for dad.
Josh Hodgson (Raiders)
There's nothing that reminds me more of being at home in England than wearing my warm pair of 'TeamUggs' slippers into Raiders HQ before putting my boots on for training.
Josh Reynolds (Bulldogs)
The gift that I would get for my dad this Father's Day would definitely be the Bulldogs slippers. He's definitely a man who loves to be comfortable and these would be right up his alley. I can picture him at home on a Friday night getting ready to watch the footy and his feet sliding into the slippers for a quiet night in. They're a high quality item and perfect to keep your feet warm through a cold Sydney winter.
Paul Gallen (Sharks)
I'll definitely be buying dad a pair of Sharks slippers. 100 per cent Australian wool, they look warm and cosy and are the perfect Father's Day gift. I'll be dropping plenty of hints around my house as well hoping the kids get down to the Sharks store to buy me a pair as well.
Dane Gagai (Knights)
Dad's more of a practical man when it comes to gifts, he already has plenty of red and blue so I think he'd prefer something he can use like the Members backpack.
Michael Morgan (Cowboys)
I know my dad loves watching the Cowboys and he would enjoy being able to re-live every moment whenever he likes with the 2015 Premiership-winning season DVD box set.
Josh Dugan (Dragons)
It would definitely have to be the Red V Jersey. My old man has always been a die-hard Dragons fan and comes to the games decked out in the gear so I know he'd definitely use a new jersey. Some of his gear is pretty old so I think he needs an upgrade.
Connor Watson (Roosters)
I could definitely see my dad rocking the Roosters baseball jacket, so that's what I'd be buying him for Father's Day.
Bodene Thompson (Warriors)
For Father's Day I'd buy one of the Warriors training hoodies that zip right down the front, they are warm and right now they're half price!
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