EVERYONE’S favourite rugby league mum, Julie Burgess, faces an agonising decision in the next few days. Does she watch her eldest son Luke make his debut in maroon and white on Saturday or attend the Charity Shield, to see the Rabbitohs — featuring her twins George and Tom — take on the Dragons? Geographically, she can’t do both. The Sea Eagles kick-off at 5.30pm at Pittwater Rugby Park against the Sharks, with the action at ANZ Stadium beginning at 7.35pm. On Wednesday, Luke Burgess felt his younger siblings would win out. “I am not too sure what she will do, I think she will end up at Homebush,” he said with a wry smile. “I will try and twist her arm to come watch me.” Burgess also revealed he spoke to former Manly lock Glenn “Gifty” Stewart at length before shifting clubs recently. “Gifty is a great bloke, we hit it off instantly,’’ he said. “You could tell he was very proud of his time with the club. He had nothing but good things to say — especially when it comes to the culture of the playing group.” Burgess also revealed he spoke to former Manly lock Glenn “Gifty” Stewart at length before shifting clubs recently. The former London Broncos, Leeds Rhinos and South Sydney prop could prove to be an astute buy for Geoff Toovey. He is tough, uncompromising and hits like a missile in defence. “I was off contract and looking for a new challenge,’’ he said. “Manly is a great club and all the boys have been very welcoming.” Burgess will have to wait until round 16 on Friday, July 26 to take on his younger brothers for the first time in his career.