There's an interesting interview called "A Beer with Brett" in the March issue of Peninsular Living - Pittwater magazine. It was enlightening and I really enjoyed it. Here's some excerpts: "From the start Glenn and I had one rule: if we go somewhere, we are going together", Brett explains. "We wanted to play for our local Country Rugby League team which was Illawarra but they didn't think we'd amount to anything. They weren't interested, but the Sea Eagles saw a video of us and they were. Glenn and I moved up together to the Northern Beaches strictly for footy at the end of 2002." Brett says his most memorable achievement at the Sea Eagles so far is playing in the 2011 premiership winning team. "It was dad's birthday and Glenn and I both scored a try and Glenn got the Clive Churchill Medal. Dad was at the match - all of my family was. So that was a good birthday present for him. And obviously the few years before that weren't the best, so it was a happy moment after going through all that hardship." Brett reflects. In regards to the Sea Eagles, Brett loves everything about the club and the team. He says they were all extremely disappointed with losing the premiership to the Sydney Roosters last year. "Coming second was hard to swallow. We might well have come last. I know that's the feeling in our group. We are pretty tough on each other and especially on ourselves. The belief inside the team is never questioned among players." For this season Brett's insider tips are that Souths, Roosters and of course Sea Eagles will again be up in the top ranks and adds the team is in better shape now than last year. "We are definitely ahead of where we were last year. There were a few of us who had pretty bad injuries last year.......I think we can start this year a lot better and in front of where we did last year." ....."My contract finishes in 2016. I'd be happy with another couple of years after this contract but I never know how my knees are going to hold up...." he says." These are a few bits I've quoted from the interview for those who can't access the magazine. I think if he can get to 2016 without too many injuries and time off, then fantastic. Anything after that will be a big bonus!