Brisbane Broncos snap up Brodie Croft

Brisbane Broncos have signed promising half-back Brodie Croft from Melbourne Storm on a three-year deal.

The 22-year-old has played 40 games for Storm, including the 2018 World Club Challenge and 2018 NRL Grand Final. He is a current Junior Kangaroos international.

Broncos coach Anthony Seibold said: “We are bringing Brodie home to Queensland and giving him the opportunity to represent our club and the club he grew up supporting.

“Brodie has performed at an elite level throughout the various stages of his development and even as recent as last month represented the Junior Kangaroos Under-23s team.

“I believe Brodie is ready to step up as a leader and key position player at the Broncos after learning his craft in Melbourne. He experienced a Grand Final in 2018 and is at an age where he is ready to lead a team around the park.

“Brodie gives us depth in the half-back position and he, Anthony Milford and Tom Dearden are players we believe can have a strong influence in what we do in season 2020 and beyond.”

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