during the round nine NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Suncorp Stadium on May 3, 2018 in Brisbane, Australia.

Brisbane have re-signed emerging second rower Jaydn Su’A on a two-year deal, tying him at the club until the end of the 2020 season.

“I have just signed for two years for the Brisbane Broncos and it is pretty overwhelming,” Su’A told broncos.com.au.

“I have two big years ahead of me now and I am really excited.

“Overall in the 2018 season I really enjoyed playing each and every week – that was my main goal for this year.

“And although I didn’t finish off the season, I will be back.”

It rounds out an exciting period for the Broncos, who also extended the contracts of exciting prospects Jamayne Isaako and Payne Haas last week.

Su’A, 22, has enjoyed a breakthrough season for Brisbane, starting every game and joining Queensland’s Origin Camp as a development player.

After being courted by several other teams, the young gun is an important re-signing for the Broncos, despite sustaining a season-ending ankle injury two weeks ago.


  1. A solid signing for the Broncos. While Haas, Lodge, Carrigan, Pangai Jnr and McGuire should be the starting 5 forwards next season, Su’A, Ofahengaue and Fai would form a strong bench. That said, Im a bit surprised the Broncos have seemingly prioritised re signing Su’A over Lodge and Pangai Jnr, both of whom are far more productive on the field. Then again this is the same recruitment team that 7 months ago spent a heap of cap space on re signing edge forwards Alex Glenn and Matt Gillett, despite their persistently poor on field production.

  2. Resigning all those young Broncos on half the money they could receive else where shows these players are not very smart. Brisbane will not be winning a comp in the near future and if Panngai Jnr wants a decent pay and win a comp then staying at the Broncos is senseless. Don’t these players know that part of the bait to entice them to stay is to be coached by Bennett. Bennett is past his use by date but these young blokes still think he is god. The Brisbane Hierarchy have already given Bennett his marching orders by the end of 2019 but most experts agree he will not be there next season. Wake up young gund get your selves into a top team and get payed accordingly to your real worth.

  3. I thought that he would have been a good replacement for Crichton in Souths back row. Oh well….we move on.

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