2016 Review: Jesse Bromwich

The rise of Jesse Bromwich as the best prop in the world continued in 2016.

Already an elite player, Bromwich stepped into a leadership role this season. Firstly he was promoted to Storm’s leadership group prior to the season before being named captain of New Zealand for May’s Trans Tasman test. He will also lead the Kiwis at the 2016 Four Nations.

For the second straight year Bromwich played every game in the front row. He led the Club in offloads whilst averaging nearly 150 metres per game.

Bromwich was also ranked in the top six in the NRL for offloads, run metres and total runs.

The 27-year-old played his 150th NRL game in Round 20 against the Roosters.

Towards the business end of the season the Kiwi prop lifted his game even further, scoring three tries in the final four games, including Melbourne’s first try of the 2016 Grand Final.

Bromwich capped off another outstanding season by taking out the Dally M Prop of the Year honour for the first time in his career while he was also named Storm’s Player of the Year for a third consecutive season.

Name

Games

Runs

Metres

Tackles

Offloads

Jesse Bromwich

27

430

3993

820

50

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