NRL news, Paul Gallen’s hilarious skate park stack wins over fans

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Lockdown has many Sydneysiders trying their hand at learning some new skills, but Sharks legend Paul Gallen might want to rethink his latest foray into the world of extreme sports.

Taking to Instagram, Gallen, who is turning 40 next month, shared a video of his time at a local skatepark as he experimented with a few tricks.

Managing to get his 105kg body on to the board, the Cronulla great’s hulking frame cruising through a sea of children was a sight that would leave many of his fans in stitches.

But what came next would take the cake.

Cruising down a ramp, Gallen picked up some speed before attempting to pivot and turn around. But just as he managed to swing the board around, Gallen was sent head over heels, crashing to the ground as a handful of kids watched on.

“It’s been a while, it didn’t start so well with a stack but like anything stick to it you’ll get there #imluckyineverbroke #howoldami,” he posted alongside the video.

Gallen’s former teammate Chris Heighington and Aussie boxing star Demsey McKean, replied to the clip laugh-crying emojis, while ex-Sharks player Fa’amanu Brown commented: “I wish I was there to see this.”

Gallen also replied to Heighington saying “got me real good that one”.

Credit to Gallen, however, who dusted himself got back on the board and nailed the manoeuvre in the very next video.

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