Dual premiership winning Melbourne Storm second-rower Kenny Bromwich will say goodbye to the club at the end of the 2022 NRL season.
The 30-year-old forward has been part of Storm’s NRL team since the 2013 season, amassing a career total of 192 matches with his breakthrough year coming in 2014 when he played 18 games.
Since then, the ultra-reliable and consistent back-rower has played 20 games or more every NRL season and has formed part of the club’s leadership team in recent years.
Bromwich was a member of Storm’s 2017 grand final winning team against North Queensland and the 2020 premiership decider against Penrith.
He made his international debut for New Zealand in 2016 and has now featured in four grand finals, as well as playing finals football in every season of his career.
Storm CEO Justin Rodski said Bromwich would play out the final year of his Storm contract this year before taking up another opportunity in the NRL.
“Kenny has been a fantastic contributor to Storm on and off the field,” he said.
He has been a key part of a formidable forward pack that has been the competition’s benchmark and has continued to improve his game year on year.Justin Rodski CEO, Melbourne Storm
“While we would have loved to have Kenny stay on with Storm for 2023 and beyond, unfortunately, that won’t be happening but we still have this year to enjoy watching him on that left edge that he has made his home.
“When the time comes at the end of the year, we will give Kenny and his family a proper farewell and say our thanks for all he has done with the club.”