Jesse Bromwich backed up his outstanding 2014 season with another exceptional campaign in 2015 to be crowned Melbourne Storm’s Player of the Year for the second time.

Playing every match for the season, the 26-year old’s brute strength combined with his athleticism continually caused havoc for opposition defences as he accumulated 4118 metres gained for the season, a club high.

The New Zealand international’s durability and consistency has seen Bromwich miss just one match since 2012 as he has developed into a mainstay of Craig Bellamy’s front-row.

Bromwich confirmed his status as rugby league’s premier front-rower with his work rate and game time unrivalled across the competition in 2015. The 26-year old averaged an impressive 63 minutes per game with his longest minutes coming in the heat of Townsville in Round 4 where the prop amassed 75 minutes of game time.

 

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Bromwich, Jesse

26

3

12

875

366

4118