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Bromwich, "The current Storm line-up is something special"

This Sunday, Kenny Bromwich will achieve a milestone 200 NRL games, all with Melbourne Storm. 

Labelled the ‘quiet achiever’, Bromwich typically shys away from the spotlight, instead serving as a strong and reliable forward in the ever-fierce Storm squad. Having played with some of the league’s biggest stars, including the big three of Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater and Cameron Smith, the New Zealand international admits the current Storm line-up is something special. 

“It’s definitely a special group that we’ve got. I’ve never seen anything like it,” Bromwich said. 

“In terms of the guys that we once had here; the big three and 2016-17, that period was another strong period, then Cooper, Billy, those guys left then guys like Papenhuyzen, Hughes, Munster, those guys stepped up. 

“It’s been a heck of a ride to be able to just be on that wave with everyone as well. It’s been unbelievable what this club has been able to do. 

“The kind of opportunities it's given to players when some of the senior players has left and those guys just took it with both hands and made the most of it.” 

While flying under the radar himself, Bromwich boasts an impressive career. With over a decade of experience with Melbourne Storm, he’s racked up 3 Maori All-Stars appearances, 2 Premierships, 1 World Club Challenge title, a strong 74% win rate and now his 200th NRL game. 

“It’s come along quickly. I never really take too much notice of how may games I've played,” Bromwich admits. 

“I’ll probably reflect on it a little bit more then but I’ve only taken it week by week while I’ve been playing.” 

Leaving Storm at the end of the 2022 season, Bromwich admits it was a hard decision to leave the Club and community that has done so much for him. Moving from New Zealand and calling Melbourne home since he was 16 has seen the forward establish his young family in the city he now calls home and create a special bond with the Storm community.  

“I’m really trying to make the most of it, just trying to give everything I’ve got to this Club,” 

“I really love the boys here. The whole Club, the fans, they’ve all been really nice and special to me so I’d like to give my all to them and hopefully finish on a good note.” 

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