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After locking in the world’s premier front-row forward potentially until the end of 2022 the future is looking bright in Melbourne.

With a host of youngsters at Storm called upon over the last 24 months getting a taste of first-grade action Bromwich is excited by the prospect of the purple outlook.

“I fully trust the Club and the way they are headed – I’m looking forward to the next five years,” Bromwich said.

“It’s definitely exciting times for our Club.

“They’re (the youngsters) are very lucky they get to learn off guys like Billy, Cooper and Cam.

“Hopefully we can keep as many of the boys as we can.

“I believe we’ve got a special group here at the moment.”

Storm CEO Dave Donaghy explained the importance of retaining Bromwich, a leader of Storm’s forward pack for the Club’s moving forward.

“It allows us to have a great deal of stability in our forward pack,” Donaghy said.

“We can really build around him now.

“It’s not just the on field side of it but its also the off field leadership Jesse offers.”

Be there for our first home game of 2017 at AAMI Park against the Broncos in Round 3!
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