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2017 NRL - Grant Trouville © NRL Photos

Back-to-back seasons of consistency has seen Kenny Bromwich cement himself as the perfect role player off the bench.

Bromwich averaged 48 minutes per game this season, the fourth highest of any interchange player in the NRL.

The season started off in the perfect way for the 26-year-old who re-signed with Storm for a further three years and he then set about repaying the faith.

His 26 appearances mean he has missed just one game in the last two seasons.

Bromwich showcased his versatility, playing in both the second row and ruck whilst also filling in at hooker during the second half of Storm’s Round 20 win over Canberra when Cameron Smith was injured.

The forward also took home the Club’s Try of the Year award having laid the finishing touches on a remarkable team try that saw the ball go through 10 different passes before Bromwich scored under the posts in Melbourne’s Qualifying Final win over Parramatta.

For the second consecutive season the 26-year-old played in the ANZAC Test for New Zealand and the representative honours have continued, with Bromwich retaining his spot in the Kiwi side for the Rugby League World Cup.

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