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Intrust Super Cup feeder club allocations announced for 2020

With the start of the Intrust Super Cup season just over a fortnight away, Melbourne Storm can confirm its initial feeder club allocations for 2020.

New signings Ryley Jacks and Brenko Lee have been allocated to Easts Tigers.

Lee had a contract with the Tigers before earning a position in Storm’s top 30 during the off-season, while Jacks will give the Tigers a great option in the halves when he is not required for Storm duties.

The Sunshine Coast Falcons have gained Max King, who was allocated to the Tigers when he first linked up with Melbourne midway through 2020.

The Falcons, who were runaway minor premiers last year, kick off their campaign with a trip to the Redcliffe Dolphins on Saturday, March 15 (7pm kickoff).

Easts start a day later with a home clash at Suzuki Stadium against the CQ Capras (4pm kickoff).


Josh Addo-Carr, Kenny Bromwich, Isacc Lumelume, Ryley Jacks, Tom Eisenhuth, Brenko Lee, Felise Kaufusi, Marion Seve, Brandon Smith, Cameron Smith, Kelma Tuilagi, Albert Vete, Christian Welch, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Aaron Pene, Jack Bowyer


Jesse Bromwich, Sandor Earl, Tino Fa’asuamaleaui, Dale Finucane, Harry Grant, Jahrome Hughes, Cooper Johns, Tui Kamikamica, Darryn Schonig, Cameron Munster, Justin Olam, Nicho Hynes, Nelson Asofa-Solomona, Chris Lewis, Suli Vunavalu, Trent Loiero, Max King

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