The Walters brothers did it for Australia, more recently the Burgess brothers did it with South Sydney and now the Gee brothers have done it with the Beaudesert Kingfishers.
Not only did Charlie, Alex and Sam Gee play alongside each other for the very first time on Sunday, to add to the occasion they were coached by their father Keith.
All three boys played their part scoring two tries each, as the Kingfishers turned a tight half time lead into a second half rout over Ormeau, eventually running out winners 62-12.
The Kingfishers were in hot form from the kick off, with Jayde Williams crossing over in the first 2 minutes.
Ormeau ran the ball hard and put the Beaudesert defence on notice scoring a few minutes later.
Responding almost immediately the Kingfishers lifted their intensity and maintained it for the rest of the first half, going into the break leading 22 -12
The second half didn't lose any intensity and the big hits kept coming from both sides.
Beaudesert managed to build pressure by hanging onto the ball despite the slippery conditions.
Nick Harkin, Jayde Williams, Nathan MacKenzie. Brendan MacKenzie all crossed the stripe along with the Gee brother who all scored doubles.
Nick Harkin also kicked 9 conversions.
Next Saturday the boys take on Runaway Bay at home.