Season Review: Jesse Bromwich

The leader of the Storm pack once again proved his importance in our premiership-winning season.

Injury kept him to 23 games in what was actually the fewest appearances he has made in a single season since his debut year in 2010. A broken thumb in Round 1 saw him miss one game while he was also sidelined at times with a back injury.

However he persevered through it all to still run for more metres than any other Storm forward at an average of 127 per game.

He claimed the Club’s Forward of the Year award, following on from the three consecutive Player of the Year honours he had claimed in past seasons.

After going try-less for almost the entire season Bromwich left it late but ultimately got his try in the final game of the home and away season against the Raiders.

Bromwich also continued to grow as a leader of the side, playing a key hand in the emergence of young forward Nelson Asofa-Solomona and forming an unstoppable starting prop rotation alongside Jordan McLean and Dale Finucane.

Games played

Runs

Metres gained

Tackles

Offloads

23

295

2917

543

17

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