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See what your Roosters have been up to over the off-season on social media this week. 

Chris Smith is in Bali checking out the Sacred Monkey


Monkey business \ud83d\udc12

A photo posted by Chris Smith (@chris_smith13_) on

Shaun Kenny-Dowall in his Kiwis kit with his New Zealand teammates.

Joseph Manu taking a dip!



A photo posted by \ud83c\uddf3\ud83c\uddff✖️\ud83c\udde8\ud83c\uddf0 (@josephmanu_) on

Connor Watson celebrating birthdays with friends.


Happy birthday @joeywheatley love you like a brother \ud83d\ude18

A photo posted by Connor Watson (@connorwatson1) on

Chris Smith getting some great shots on his holiday.


Too many stairs but was totally worth it :)

A photo posted by Chris Smith (@chris_smith13_) on

Latrell Mitchell reflects on his 2016 campaign.


Never thought that 2016 would of planned out the way it has. 2017 you can't come quick enough. #Gratitude #DreamBig \ud83d\ude07

A photo posted by L a t r e l l M i t c h e l l™ (@iam_lm01) on

Blake Ferguson kisses his boy goodbye ahead of his trip to Perth.


Going to miss my little boy ❤️

A photo posted by Blake Ferguson ™ (@blakeferguson23) on

Ryan Matterson going for a drive.


Get around him @deanmatterson

A photo posted by Ryan Matterson (@ryan_matto) on

Jayden Nikorima celebrates his Dad's birthday.


BigDogs 40th . #OG

A photo posted by Jayden Nikorima (@jaydennikorima) on

Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck on his usual adventures!


Don't get why people go away for holiday when this is in our Backyard \ud83e\udd14\ud83d\ude0d @goproanz #Wattamolla #GoProANZ

A video posted by Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck (@johnnytuivasa) on

Latrell Mitchell is proud of the ride!


Drive in front of me now \ud83d\ude02 neh. #Whip \ud83d\udc4c\ud83c\udffe\ud83d\ude07

A photo posted by L a t r e l l M i t c h e l l™ (@iam_lm01) on

Mitchell Pearce enjoying the Waikiki sunset.


Sunsets Waikiki \ud83c\udf1e

A photo posted by Mitchell Pearce (@mitchpearce_7) on

Acknowledgement of Country

Sydney Roosters respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.