Former London Broncos playmaker joins Parramatta Eels

Drew Darbyshire

Parramatta Eels have signed half-back Brock Lamb from London Broncos on a two-year deal.

The 22-year-old made 33 appearances in the NRL for Newcastle Knights and Sydney Roosters before joining London towards the back end of last season.

Lamb played six games for the Broncos but suffered relegation from Super League with the capital club.

Eels club general manager of football, Mark O’Neill, said: “Brock provides depth to an already talented roster and will ensure competition for spots in our halves remain high.

“Following his return from Super League, we’ve provided Brock with an opportunity to re-ignite his NRL career and we are grateful he has agreed to be part of the Eels for the coming two seasons.”

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