2014 Review: Jesse Bromwich

Overview:

Jesse Bromwich enjoyed an outstanding 2014 season which saw the front-rower crowned the Club’s Player of the Year.

The New Zealand international become an integral part of Craig Bellamy’s line-up as he continued to develop into one of the game’s premier front-rowers. Bromwich was recognised for his superb year at the season ending Dally M awards where he was nominated for the league’s Prop of the Year honour.

The 25-year old missed one match for the season (his first since 2012) and led Storm in a number of categories including runs made and offloads. Bromwich’s reliable ball security coupled with his brute strength continually caused havoc for opposition defences and provided Melbourne with plenty of go forward in attack.

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Bromwich’s brilliant form at Club level saw him once again earn selection in the international arena for New Zealand.

2014 Stats:

 

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Offloads:

Bromwich

24

2

8

680

367

50

2014 ‘Moment’:

Bromwich’s performance against the Sharks in Round 23 was arguably the front-rower’s best individual showing of the season. A team high 21 runs and 214 meters gained was coupled with five tackle busts and a superb offload which led to a Tim Glasby try.