Former Catalans star David Mead has signed a new one-year deal with Brisbane Broncos.
The 33-year-old, who scored 29 tries in 58 games for Catalans, has impressed in his return to the NRL, scoring four tries in eight games for the Broncos.
Mead has crossed for 70 tries in 159 NRL games so far, and he has won 15 caps for Papua New Guinea. He has played in three World Cups for the Kumuls.
Broncos coach Kevin Walters said: “Dave is the ultimate professional – he is a family man with an outstanding set of morals, as well as great experience on the field.
“He represents everything we want at this club and acts as great mentor and an example to the young men who are coming through in our squad.
”Add to that his really good form on the field for us this year and it is an easy decision to offer him another year at the Broncos.”
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