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NRL: Bromwich brothers to reunite at Dolphins

The Dolphins have snapped up Melbourne Storm star Kenny Bromwich who will link up with brother Jesse in Redcliffe for their inaugural 2023 NRL campaign.

Melbourne Storm are priced at 9/2 to win the 2022 NRL grand final and the Bromwich brothers will be out to end on a high before making the switch to the Dolphins.

Recruitment drive

Following a slow start to recruiting top players, the Dolphins are now starting to make headway and Bromwich becomes the third Storm star to join coach Wayne Bennett's side.

Brother Jesse was already on board along with Felise Kaufusi and the Dolphins are adding some quality and experience to their roster for their debut season.

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Bromwich has made 192 NRL appearances since making his debut in 2013 and won two premierships with Melbourne, while he has also played in two further grand finals.

"Kenny Bromwich is yet another player that has all the qualities we are looking for, experience, ability, toughness and a track record of winning," Dolphins boss Terry Reader.

"Clearly we have placed some real importance on ensuring we have some reliable and experienced players on our roster for the first season.

"Along with his brother Jesse, Felise and also our signing from the Rabbitohs Mark Nicholls, we know we are going to be starting pre-season training with some real leadership in our squad."

Storm disappointed

Meanwhile the Storm have admitted their disappointment at losing Bromwich with CEO Justin Rodski saying they wanted him to stay.

"He has been key part of a formidable forward pack that has been the competition's benchmark and has continued to improve his game year on year," he said.

"But we still have this year to enjoy watching him on that left edge that he has made his home.

"When the time comes at the end of the year, we will give Kenny and his family a proper farewell and say our thanks for all he has done with the club."

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