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Broncos face battle to keep gun centre as shock suitor enters race

The 22-year-old comes off contract in November and is on the radar of the Dolphins for their inaugural season in 2023.

Now, English rugby union scouts have got their eye on the England-born and raised outside back, according to Wide World of Sports.

Te Maire Martin Signs One Year Development List Contract With Broncos

His impressive NRL debut came in Round 3, 2016 for the Panthers, which saw him score a try and field goal to win the game.

No stranger to impressive debuts, Martin joined the Cowboys midway through the following year, where he scored a double in his first game for the Townsville-based team.

Martin was an integral part of the team that saw the Cowboys charge their way into the 2017 Grand Final. He managed to score his side’s only try of the final game, also bagging a 4-pointer in their Preliminary Final win against the Sydney Roosters.

Dolphins lure Isaako from Broncos in cross-town switch

The 25-year-old is the second major signing by the Dolphins after Kangaroos and Maroons second-rower Felise Kaufusi last month agreed to a three-year deal.


Reynolds' experience already rubbing off at Broncos: Mead

The former Rabbitohs skipper has stopped in for a few sessions already even though his grand final commitments earned him a longer rest, in a move that impressed his new team-mates, according to Mead.

"Adam Reynolds has joined the squad a couple of times throughout the year which has brought a lot of excitement and enthusiasm from a lot of the young guys," Mead said.

"He's played at the top level for a long time, he's an experienced halfback, knows how to organise.

"Good talker, an experienced organiser so we enjoy having those qualities about him."

Walters confident that star recruit ‘ticks all the boxes’ to be next Broncos captain

Reynolds is settling into life in Brisbane after signing a three-year contract. We already know he’ll be the chief playmaker — but more responsibility could be coming his way too as Walters begins his hunt for a new skipper.

“He’s already a Bronco ... he’s loving life in Brisbane,” Walters said on Friday.

“What we need as our captain is someone that knows the game really well, plays really well and is a good person more than anything else.

“Adam ticks all those boxes so he’ll be a strong candidate.”


Gamble chasing No.6 jersey to partner Reynolds

One of the men vying to be Reynolds’ consistent pair in the halves is fiercely competitive fan favourite, Tyson Gamble, who agrees that the first game is not to be missed.

“With Reyno leaving there, he’s going to be up for it, they’re [the Rabbitohs] going to be up for it, so no better Round 1 clash, really,” Gamble said after the announcement.

The energetic playmaker’s sights are set on locking in the five-eighth position next year.

Broncos great declares ‘pivotal role’ club must cover with their final roster spot

Parker has a huge rap on incumbent Broncos No. 9 Jake Turpin but warns coach Kevin Walters will have a major headache if he gets sidelined.

Brisbane doesn’t have another bona fide hooker on their books but Tyson Gamble and Cory Paix can play the position.

“If you’re looking across a roster at where you’re building and what you’re building, I personally would like to see the Broncos go after a No. 9,” Parker told

“I don’t know how much money they’ve got free or who is available but if Jake Turpin gets injured - who goes into that role?

'I'll be ready': Reynolds on injury and Broncos challenge

The goalkicking halfback with 231 NRL appearances to his name donned the Broncos jersey for the first time as he tried on the 2022 ASICS home playing strip at Suncorp Stadium, complete with brand new Kia Australia logo. 

“Coming up here to Brisbane, it’s a challenge and I’m looking forward to it,” Reynolds told

“I’ve heard a lot about the pressures and the outside influences but as long as your focus is within the team then that’s all that really matters."

No more excuses: Broncos great’s Reynolds warning as crunch time arrives for Kevvie

Kevin Walters now has his fingerprints are all over the roster and he’ll be confident the former powerhouse club can play finals again.

Walters has replaced big-money trio Anthony Milford, Tevita Pangai Jnr and Matt Lodge with proven performers Adam Reynolds, Kurt Capewell and Ryan James.

Kotoni Staggs returns from 18 months of frustrating knee injuries, while exciting prospects Tesi Niu and Herbie Farnworth are another year into their development.

Brawling Broncos star ‘bloodied’ after Mad Monday bust-up with teammate

The Courier Mail reported on Tuesday morning that Thomas Flegler and Jordan Riki clashed during the club’s post-season celebrations.  

It reportedly came after Brisbane farewelled Alex Glenn in style with a 35-22 win over the Knights.