SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 26: Kenny Bromwich of the Storm runs the ball during the round 11 NRL match between the Canterbury Bulldogs and the Melbourne Storm at Belmore Sports Ground on May 26, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

The Storm has confirmed the contract extensions of a ‘four pack’ of forwards, including a State of Origin representative.

Kenny Bromwich, Tui Kamikamica, Christian Welch and Albert Vete have all extended with the Storm through different deals.

Dally M Second-Rower of the Year Kenny Bromwich has extended his contract with Fiji Bati representative Tui Kamikamica to the end of 2022.

Both front-rowers have come off career-best seasons in 2019 and have been rewarded with extensions.

Bromwich had an impressive line-breaking season as he joined the leadership group for the first time and Kamikamica averaged 19.6 tackles in defence.

Queensland State of Origin star Christian Welch will stay on for season 2020 by taking up his contract option. He will play his 77th Storm game when he returns from an ACL injury.

Welch’s teammate, Albert Vete will also stay a member of the Storm by signing a one-year contract extension.

Vete moved to play for Melbourne in 2018 after starting his career with the NZ Warriors in 2015.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Well I think we will shape up a bit like this
    1 Papenhuyzen
    2 Vunivalu won’t be there next season
    3 Lomax hope we pick him up. If we loose one of my favourite players Curtis Scott
    4 Olam
    5 Addo-Carr
    6 Munster
    7 Smith
    8 Bromwich
    9 B Smith
    10 Asofa-Solomona
    11 Kaufusi
    12 Bromwich
    13 Finucane

    14 Grant
    15 Tino
    16 Tui
    17 Welch / Vete

  2. Unlikely we’ll pick Lomax up, contracted until the end of next year, said to see Curtis go, but Jahrome Hughes will likely start #3.

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