Bromwich’s heroic performance

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Updated: June 18, 2017

Jesse Bromwich knew he had to step up for his Club on Saturday night and he did just that.

The Kiwi prop played 78 of a possible 85 minutes and ran for 198 metres in a remarkable performance to help lead Storm to a golden point win.

Bromwich was the stand-in captain in the absence of Cameron Smith who was away on Origin duty and it was certainly a game worth of a skipper.

“He was particularly outstanding,” Craig Bellamy said.

“For a front rower to play the minutes he did and to play with the effort and energy he did was a great captain’s knock.”

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After Dale Finucane went off early in the second half for a concussion test and did not return, Bromwich realised it was his time.

“I just wanted to be out there for as long as I could,” Bromwich said.

“I just wanted to win the match, being captain I lead the way for the younger fellas.

“It was really good to get a lot of minutes out tonight. It was a huge game for us, winning that in golden point so I really enjoyed it.”

Source: http://www.melbournestorm.com.au/news/2017/06/18/bromwich_s_heroic_pe.html





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