Brisbane Broncos

Reynold’s recovery on track

The Broncos are having to do without their playmaker since, but he has assured fans he’s recovering well and be back on deck before the finals.

Picking up a hamstring injury before rupturing his biceps in Round 9 somewhat epitomizes Reynolds horror run of injuries in season 2024. However on a brighter note the Broncos Captain assures his fans his body is now in good shape for full recovery, as he looks forward to  inject some life back into the team end of the year.

Broncos captain Reynolds visits Digicel

Reynolds was accompanied by Broncos chief executive officer, Dave Donaghy and other club representatives including fellow players Deloiuse Hoeter and Ryan James.

Reynolds visit to Port Moresby is part of an existing BSP community partnership with the Brisbane Broncos who share similar core values and community commitments

The team arrived on Monday to launch the bank’s 2024 Financial Literacy which targets school-aged children and is part of their community initiatives.

Brisbane Broncos in town

It is pleased to have its Community Partner – Brisbane Broncos in Port Moresby this week to launch the banks’ 2024 Financial Literacy Program in schools.

BSP Retail General Manager, Daniel Faunt welcomed Brisbane Broncos Chief Executive Officer Dave Donaghy, Skipper Adam Reynolds, and other club representatives to Port Moresby on Monday 3rd June, 2024. 

Cobbo Backed to fill Centre Spot

Cobbo will get his first start at centre this year in Sunday's trial with North Queensland after coach Kevin Walters switched him from the wing to cover the position held by former Broncos star Herbie Farnworth.

Four-time premiership winner Renouf is regarded as the Broncos' greatest ever centre, a position from where he scored most of his club-record 142 tries.

"Selwyn can be a great success at centre so long as he owns the position," Renouf said.

Mam inks five-year deal with Broncos

The Broncos and the five-eighth have been involved in prolonged negotiations over a new deal, as the club desperately sought to secure the 20-year-old’s future after he played a major hand in the side’s run the grand final.

Mam burst onto the scene in 2022 with his electric pace and ability to find the try line instantly making him a prospect to watch for the future.

Yet after enduring a tough first season, which saw him lose his place in the side towards the end of the campaign, Mam thoroughly re-established himself in Kevin Walters' side in 2023. 

Walters outlines plans for Cobbo switch

Broncos mentor Kevin Walters made the claim this week during his first media availability for 2024, in which he all but confirmed 21-year-old Cobbo will step into the centre role made vacant by Herbie Farnworth's departure to the Dolphins. 

While Cobbo played four games in the centres back in his rookie season in 2021, he hasn't started an NRL game there since and last November was picked by Mal Meninga to play for the Kangaroos on the flank, having earlier in the year scored a double on the right wing for the Maroons in Origin I. 

History three-peats itself as Cleary masterclass guides Panthers to glory

Trailing by 16 points after an Ezra Mam hat-trick had put the Broncos on track for their first title in 17 years, Cleary took the game by the scruff of the neck to ensure the Panthers would emulate the Eels of 1981-82-83 with a three-peat.

Cleary put Moses Leota over for a try with 17 minutes to play and then came up with a 40-20 before scoring the final try in the 77th minute to leave the Broncos shellshocked and the Panthers faithful in raptures.

Panthers v Broncos: Same 17 for Cleary; Farnworth named despite scare

Penrith were in devastating touch as they advanced to their fourth-straight grand final with a commanding 38-4 victory over the Storm, which is the biggest preliminary final winning margin achieved in the NRL era.

On the back of an 87 percent completion rate, the Panthers were able to flex their considerable attacking muscle, with Nathan Cleary, Isaah Yeo and Dylan Edwards all having a big influence on the match.

Walsh sublime as Broncos advance to grand final

Lining up against the side he spent the first two seasons of his NRL career with for the first time since moving back to his junior club, Walsh was immense with ball in hand and inflicted much of the damage in front of a crowd of 52,273 at Suncorp Stadium. 

The 21-year-old Queensland star's class and confidence was more evident than ever as he shook off an early intercept – which gifted Dallin Watene-Zelezniak a 60-metre runaway try – to set up three tries and lay on six line breaks for teammates, before leaving the field for an early rest with four left to play. 

Broncos v Warriors: Arthars over Oates; SJ heads up unchanged side

Every fan but a Knights supporter were screaming 'Up the Wahs' last week as Shaun Johnson's impressive return from a calf injury stole the show as he led the Warriors to their first preliminary final since 2011. 

The Broncos had their feet up and watched on as their next opponents put the Knights to the sword from the opening minutes right until the end in an early warning to Kevin Walters' side that home ground advantage will mean little on Saturday.