GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - MAY 18: Jesse Arthars of the Titans is tackled during the round 10 NRL match between the Gold Coast Titans and the Canterbury Bulldogs at Cbus Super Stadium on May 18, 2019 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

The Brisbane Broncos have signed exciting speedster Jesse Arthars for the next two seasons.

The 21-year old joins Red Hill after stints at Gold Coast, South Sydney and Melbourne and has a great ability to read the game in both attack and defence.

He starred at the NYC Under 20’s competition in 2016 where he was the top point-scorer playing at fullback for the Storm.

Arthurs made his NRL debut in round eight this past season for the Titans and played 12 games across the campaign.

The young gun was excited to re-up with coach Anthony Seibold, who he played under at the Rabbitohs.

“I feel that under (Anthony Seidold) I will be able to develop and be the best player I can – I’m ready to go for this year,” Arthars told broncos.com.au.

“I think there’e a great opportunity at Brisbane for me – it’s such a prestigious club and to have the opportunity to hopefully represent the Broncos one day is a dream for me.

“I’d love to link up with some of the boys I went to school with here in Dave Fifita and big Payne (Haas), and I also played a lot of Under 20’s with Jake Turpin ((in Melbourne).

“And I’d also like to learn off the more experienced heads here like Matt Lodge and Darius Boyd … it’s going to be a great experience and I’m going to soak it all up.”

5 COMMENTS

  1. Click bait

    Signed him up early this season

    To be fair, he almost certainly actually put pen to paper this week

  2. Why would he join them tho, they a backline of Milford Oates Bird Staggs and Issako plus Boyd and Shibaski, Coates, Perese and do on.

  3. If he played with Souths previously and was shown those famous exit transit lounge doors, then I’m afraid to inform all you Bronco fans that indeed, he is a Dud.

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