Tautau Moga has set himself the task of playing NRL for the Broncos after signing a two-year contract with the club.
The Broncos have inked a deal with the Samoan international as the club continues to add depth to the squad’s outside backs.
Moga said he was happy to be returning home to play for the Broncos.
“I am really pleased to be back in Brisbane and am aiming to get myself back in the NRL regularly,” he said.
“I am very thankful for the opportunity and can’t wait to get into the pre-season with my new teammates.”
Just 22 years of age, Moga has already played 32 NRL games with the Roosters and North Queensland Cowboys despite suffering serious knee injuries.
Born in Brisbane, Moga grew up in Ipswich and attended St Peter Clavier College, the alma mater of Anthony Milford.
An Australian Schoolboy representative in 2010, Moga debuted for the Roosters at the age of 18 in 2012 before injury temporarily handed him setbacks.
In 2014 he signed with the Cowboys and played 18 matches between 2014 and this year.
He has also played for the Queensland under-20s team and in 2014-15 played three Tests for Samoa.
Moga will begin training with the Broncos when the 2017 pre-season starts next month.
Brisbane Broncos 2017 Player Movements
Patrick Carrigan (2022), Mitchell Dodds (Warrington Wolves, 2017), Benji Marshall (St George Illawarra Dragons, 2019), David Mead (Gold Coast Titans, 2020), Tautau Moga (North Queensland Cowboys, 2020), Mosese Pangai (2018), Tevita Pangai Junior (Mid Season: Canberra Raiders, 2019), Korbin Sims (Newcastle Knights, 2021)
Greg Eden (Castleford Tigers), Brett Greinke (South Sydney Rabbitohs), Darren Nicholls (Penrith Panthers), Corey Parker (retired), Jack Reed (retired), Jarrod Wallace (Gold Coast Titans)
Joe Boyce (2017), Herman Ese'ese (2020), Matt Gillett (2022), Francis Molo (2020), Kodi Nikorima (2020), Tom Opacic (2020), Tevita Pangai Junior (2019), Jonus Pearson (2020), Marion Seve (2020), Jaydn Su'a (2020), Travis Waddell (2017)
|Off Contract 2019|
Troy Dargan, Thomas Dearden, George Fai, Thomas Flegler, Alex Glenn, Patrick Mago, Corey Oates, Joe Ofahengaue, Tevita Pangai Junior, Andre Savelio, Sam Tagataese, Myles Taueli