Four representative stars commit to Melbourne Storm

Drew Darbyshire

Melbourne Storm have given new contracts to four members of their forward pack, who have all played representative rugby.

New Zealand back-rower Kenny Bromwich and Fiji prop Tui Kamikamica have signed on with the Storm through to the end of the 2022 season.

Tonga prop Albert Vete has been given a one-year extension, with Queensland prop Christian Welch taking up his option to remain with Melbourne for 2020.

Bromwich, who made his NRL debut for Melbourne in 2013, started in every game for his club in 2019, taking his career total to 150 games.

Kamikamica had a breakthrough year in 2019, making 21 appearances in the NRL, as well as featuring for his native Fiji this autumn.

Vete, who has earned two caps for Tonga, needs just two more appearances to reach 50 for his NRL career.

Welch made his Origin debut for the Maroons last season and has played 77 times for the Storm so far.

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