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Jesse Bromwich to depart Storm at the end of 2022

Melbourne Storm’s 2021 co-captain Jesse Bromwich will finish his decorated career with the club at the end of the 2022 NRL season.

Bromwich, 32, has played 272 matches for Storm since making his debut in the 2010 season and was part of the premiership-winning teams in 2012, 2017 and 2020, as well as two World Club Challenge victories.

He was Dally M Prop of the Year in 2016 and has also played 29 Tests for New Zealand.

Storm CEO Justin Rodski said Bromwich would go down as one of the best players to wear the purple jersey.

“Jesse has had an outstanding career at Storm, starting off in first grade as a 20-year-old and progressing through to being a member of our leadership group and co-captain of our club,” he said.

“He’s displayed a remarkable consistency of performance and certainly would be on a shortlist of best front-rowers in the game over the past decade.

The fact he was able to win Storm’s Player of the Year award in three consecutive years at a time when the club had the likes of Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk in our squad shows the very high level he played at during that period.

Justin Rodski CEO Melbourne Storm

“Such has been his resilience, he’s played 20 games or more each season except for the shortened 2020 season.

“We will savour the last year of having Jesse at our club and I’m sure he will be determined to make 2022 one to remember.

“Jesse and his wife Lez and three boys – Eli, Isaac, Manaia - will always be much loved members of the Storm family.”

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