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The Brisbane Broncos are an Australian rugby league football club reigning from the city of Brisbane, the capital of the state of Queensland. Established in 1988, the Broncos play in Australasia's elite competition, the NRL (National Rugby League) premiership. They have won five premierships in the ARL-NRL Premiership.

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Brisbane Broncos news: Seven heaven for Kodi Nikorima | The ... - Courier Mail

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KODI Nikorima heard Wayne Bennett’s comments. How could he not?

In axing long-term halfback Ben Hunt to the Intrust Super Cup last week, Bennett declared Nikorima would be Brisbane’s No. 7 next year.

It was a bold declaration by Bennett but Nikorima earned it. In his six games starting at halfback this season the Broncos are unbeaten.

Bennett, a seven-time premiership coach, knows better than anyone how to motivate his players.

Nikorima, 23, was no longer just a fill-in waiting for Hunt to return from a hamstring injury. He is now Brisbane’s main man and with that comes another level of pressure.

“I heard that,” Nikorima said when asked if Bennett’s words got back to him.

“In a way yes (it was a confidence boost), but it’s up to Wayne going forward.

“I’m not really too fazed on what’s to come. I’m just thinking about what we’re doing now.”

Kodi...

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Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii looks to use State of Origin ... - The Canberra Times

It was one of the greatest State of Origin wins of all time and now Queensland enforcer Josh Papalii wants to bring that momentum back to ignite the Canberra Raiders' season.

Fresh from a gruelling Origin 2, Papalii said the Green Machine's clash against Brisbane at Canberra Stadium on Saturday was massive because they were desperate for wins to keep their finals hopes alive.

Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Photo: Getty Images

In a big boost for the Raiders, Broncos captain and fullback Darius Boyd has been ruled out due to a broken thumb and will undergo surgery.

Papalii came off the bench and played through the middle in the Maroons' remarkable come-back victory over the NSW Blues.

It kept the Origin series alive with the decider at Suncorp Stadium in three weeks, which will also double as future Immortal...


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Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett sprays Blues for Origin collapse - Wide World of Sports

Former Queensland coach Wayne Bennett has torched NSW pair Jarryd Hayne and Wade Graham for two crucial moments in the Blues' State of Origin II collapse.

The Blues were leading 16-6 in the first half when Hayne found himself in a two-on-one with Maroons winger Dane Gagai but opted to run the ball himself and was herded into touch.

Bennett also sprayed NSW forward Wade Graham for his jumping out of the line and missing Josh McGuire that led to Dane Gagai's first try, and ignited Queensland's comeback.

"It always gets down to the little things. There was two or three little moments in the second half that proved the difference," Bennett said on Triple M's Marto, Ed and Robin program.

"When Graham shot out of the line instead of staying put - that second try doesn't happen."

The Brisbane mentor also lashed out at Hayne, admitting he wouldn't have even waited until the players moved...


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Wayne Bennett slams Maroons hierarchy over Corey Oates Origin snub - Courier Mail

WAYNE Bennett has launched a stinging attack on Maroons hierarchy over Corey Oates, saying the in-form Broncos winger was robbed of a Queensland jumper in Origin II.

Breaking his silence on Oates’ surprise Origin axing, Bennett took aim at Queensland coach Kevin Walters for dumping the Maroons’ only tryscorer in the series opener at Suncorp Stadium.

Oates and Broncos colleague Sam Thaiday were dropped following Queensland’s 28-4 loss in Origin, with Maroons selectors blooding Valentine Holmes on the left flank in Origin II.

Holmes scored a try on debut in the epic 18-16 victory, vindicating the selectors’ decision, but Bennett insists Oates’ head should never have been on the chopping block.

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“I didn’t think Corey’s demotion was warranted, no way,” Bennett said.

“They (Queensland coach...


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Read more: Wayne Bennett slams Maroons hierarchy over Corey Oates Origin snub - Courier Mail

Newcastle target Broncos duo Tautau Moga and Herman Ese'ese in $2 million poaching raid - Courier Mail

THE Broncos have been rocked by a $2 million poaching raid from NRL rivals Newcastle with Tautau Moga quitting Brisbane and boom prop Herman Ese’ese set to join him at the Knights.

The Courier-Mail can reveal the Broncos are $500,000 short of Newcastle’s three-year, $1.4 million offer for Ese’ese, rated by teammate Benji Marshall among the best young props in the code.

Ese’ese had privately decided to leave Brisbane on Saturday morning, but the Broncos appealed for more time.

A selection sweetener arrived just hours later when the 110kg prop was named in Brisbane’s starting side after the late withdrawal of Korbin Sims (groin) in their 30-20 defeat of Canberra.

Moga has overcome his injury troubles at Brisbane this season.

Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett accepts he has lost hulking centre Moga, with the Broncos unable to compete with Newcastle’s multi-year package.

While they were...


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Kodi Nikorima on notice after Ben Hunt's performance at halfback against Melbourne - Courier Mail

BRISBANE’s famous No.7 jumper has turned into a game of musical chairs with coach Wayne Bennett putting Kodi Nikorima on notice for failing to take charge of the Broncos’ attack.

Bennett admits he needs to “think about some things” in relation to his scrumbase after Ben Hunt rocketed back into the frame to start in Friday night’s blockbuster against Melbourne at Suncorp Stadium.

Nikorima’s hopes of being Brisbane’s long-term halfback are in tatters after he was benched for the second consecutive game in the Broncos’ 30-20 defeat of the Raiders on Saturday night.

Thrust into the action in the 34th minute, Hunt produced his most complete game of the season, putting pressure on Bennett to pair him with reinvigorated veteran Benji Marshall against the Storm.

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Read more: Kodi Nikorima on notice after Ben Hunt's performance at halfback against Melbourne - Courier Mail

Brisbane are confident they'll retain their off-contract stars | The ... - Courier Mail

BRONCOS CEO Paul White says the club is confident they are about to re-sign several of their star players, including strike centre James Roberts.

As was revealed by The Courier-Mail , Tautau Moga is set to leave Red Hill next season to join the Knights, with young forward Herman Ese’ese on the verge of following him out the door.

But White is optimistic that the Broncos will be able to retain other big-name players in the coming weeks, with Roberts, Alex Glenn, Jordan Kahu, Benji Marshall and skipper Darius Boyd still among those off-contract.

Broncos centre James Roberts is coming off contract. Picture: Annette Dew

White said that Boyd’s future should be secured within the next month, while other contracts were close to being finalised.

“We’re close to a number of announcements,” White said.

“There’s no doubt there’s interest in all the players we have coming off contract. We’re...


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Broncos Live: Training news and analysis ahead of Round 17 NRL clash against the Storm - Courier Mail

BRONCOS enforcer Sam Thaiday is in some doubt for Friday’s NRL clash against ladder-leaders Melbourne, after training separately to the main group on Tuesday.

The Brisbane forward suffered a head knock in the win against Canberra on Saturday and worked on recovery during training at Red Hill.

He will be given until Thursday’s final training session to prove his fitness.

It was a mostly skills-based session for Brisbane, with Matt Gillett and Josh McGuire both rested after playing in Queensland’s triumphant Origin team last week.

Ben Hunt, Kodi Nikorima and Benji Marshall all trained in the halves and it’s not known which combination coach Wayne Bennett will go with when he names his team.

Bennett said after the Canberra match that he needed to “think about some things” in relation to his scrumbase after Ben Hunt put a strong case forward to return to the starting side for Friday...


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Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii looks to use State of Origin ... - The Canberra Times

It was one of the greatest State of Origin wins of all time and now Queensland enforcer Josh Papalii wants to bring that momentum back to ignite the Canberra Raiders' season.

Fresh from a gruelling Origin 2, Papalii said the Green Machine's clash against Brisbane at Canberra Stadium on Saturday was massive because they were desperate for wins to keep their finals hopes alive.

Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Photo: Getty Images

In a big boost for the Raiders, Broncos captain and fullback Darius Boyd has been ruled out due to a broken thumb and will undergo surgery.

Papalii came off the bench and played through the middle in the Maroons' remarkable come-back victory over the NSW Blues.

It kept the Origin series alive with the decider at Suncorp Stadium in three weeks, which will also double as future Immortal...


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Read more: Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii looks to use State of Origin ... - The Canberra Times

Brisbane Broncos news: Seven heaven for Kodi Nikorima | The ... - Courier Mail

  • Storm look to secure Slater successor

KODI Nikorima heard Wayne Bennett’s comments. How could he not?

In axing long-term halfback Ben Hunt to the Intrust Super Cup last week, Bennett declared Nikorima would be Brisbane’s No. 7 next year.

It was a bold declaration by Bennett but Nikorima earned it. In his six games starting at halfback this season the Broncos are unbeaten.

Bennett, a seven-time premiership coach, knows better than anyone how to motivate his players.

Nikorima, 23, was no longer just a fill-in waiting for Hunt to return from a hamstring injury. He is now Brisbane’s main man and with that comes another level of pressure.

“I heard that,” Nikorima said when asked if Bennett’s words got back to him.

“In a way yes (it was a confidence boost), but it’s up to Wayne going forward.

“I’m not really too fazed on what’s to come. I’m just thinking about what we’re doing now.”

Kodi...

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Read more: Brisbane Broncos news: Seven heaven for Kodi Nikorima | The ... - Courier Mail

Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett sprays Blues for Origin collapse - Wide World of Sports

Former Queensland coach Wayne Bennett has torched NSW pair Jarryd Hayne and Wade Graham for two crucial moments in the Blues' State of Origin II collapse.

The Blues were leading 16-6 in the first half when Hayne found himself in a two-on-one with Maroons winger Dane Gagai but opted to run the ball himself and was herded into touch.

Bennett also sprayed NSW forward Wade Graham for his jumping out of the line and missing Josh McGuire that led to Dane Gagai's first try, and ignited Queensland's comeback.

"It always gets down to the little things. There was two or three little moments in the second half that proved the difference," Bennett said on Triple M's Marto, Ed and Robin program.

"When Graham shot out of the line instead of staying put - that second try doesn't happen."

The Brisbane mentor also lashed out at Hayne, admitting he wouldn't have even waited until the players moved...


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Canberra Raiders 'stew' for two weeks leading into Brisbane Broncos - The Canberra Times

The Canberra Raiders have spent two weeks stewing in their own juices, but five-eighth Blake Austin wants the Green Machine to release some pressure against the Brisbane Broncos at Canberra Stadium on Saturday.

Austin felt the Raiders had been frustrated with the way they played recently and put it down to "trying too hard".

Blake Austin says the Raiders are looking to "release the pressure gauge" against the Broncos. Blake Austin says the Raiders are looking to "release the pressure gauge" against the Broncos. Photo: Getty Images

He said that frustration wasn't a result of their six-eight win-loss record, but more due to the internal expectations they had on themselves.

While the players had four-days off last week to reset, they've also had to "stew" on their last-gasp loss to Penrith two weeks ago.

But the flamboyant five-eighth was confident the Raiders could turn things around, starting with fourth-placed Brisbane.

"There's been a focus on releasing the pressure gauge a...


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Read more: Canberra Raiders 'stew' for two weeks leading into Brisbane Broncos - The Canberra Times

Wayne Bennett slams Maroons hierarchy over Corey Oates Origin snub - Courier Mail

WAYNE Bennett has launched a stinging attack on Maroons hierarchy over Corey Oates, saying the in-form Broncos winger was robbed of a Queensland jumper in Origin II.

Breaking his silence on Oates’ surprise Origin axing, Bennett took aim at Queensland coach Kevin Walters for dumping the Maroons’ only tryscorer in the series opener at Suncorp Stadium.

Oates and Broncos colleague Sam Thaiday were dropped following Queensland’s 28-4 loss in Origin, with Maroons selectors blooding Valentine Holmes on the left flank in Origin II.

Holmes scored a try on debut in the epic 18-16 victory, vindicating the selectors’ decision, but Bennett insists Oates’ head should never have been on the chopping block.

JOB DONE: Marshall, Hunt shine in Broncos win

MINDFUL: No fanfare when Cronk calls it quits

“I didn’t think Corey’s demotion was warranted, no way,” Bennett said.

“They (Queensland coach...


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Read more: Wayne Bennett slams Maroons hierarchy over Corey Oates Origin snub - Courier Mail

NRL: Ben Hunt-inspired Brisbane Broncos hand Canberra Raiders third straight loss - The Sydney Morning Herald

While he backed the Canberra Raiders' talent, Brisbane Broncos supercoach Wayne Bennett says they're walking a fine line and something needs to click before their season runs out.

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Brisbane Broncos bracing for member backlash after missing out on Sunday games - The Sydney Morning Herald

Brisbane CEO Paul White expects a backlash from members after the club missed out on a Sunday game when the NRL released the final six rounds of the regular season draw on Monday.

The Broncos have been allocated one Saturday afternoon game on the Gold Coast and will play the other five matches either on Thursday or Friday nights.

Lord's Day: Brisbane Broncos fans miss out on Sunday NRL action in the final six weeks of the competition. Lord's Day: Brisbane Broncos fans miss out on Sunday NRL action in the final six weeks of the competition. Photo: Sitthixay Ditthavong

"Am I disappointed we are under-represented in Sunday afternoon football? Yes I am," White said.

"I do want to let our members know that we fight very hard for diversity in the draw."

However Brisbane are one of 10 teams to avoid a dreaded five-day turn-around between rounds 21-26 with a likely finals campaign around the corner.

Canberra (round 25), the Gold Coast (round 24), Melbourne (round 22), Parramatta (round 21),...


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Newcastle target Broncos duo Tautau Moga and Herman Ese'ese in $2 million poaching raid - Courier Mail

THE Broncos have been rocked by a $2 million poaching raid from NRL rivals Newcastle with Tautau Moga quitting Brisbane and boom prop Herman Ese’ese set to join him at the Knights.

The Courier-Mail can reveal the Broncos are $500,000 short of Newcastle’s three-year, $1.4 million offer for Ese’ese, rated by teammate Benji Marshall among the best young props in the code.

Ese’ese had privately decided to leave Brisbane on Saturday morning, but the Broncos appealed for more time.

A selection sweetener arrived just hours later when the 110kg prop was named in Brisbane’s starting side after the late withdrawal of Korbin Sims (groin) in their 30-20 defeat of Canberra.

Moga has overcome his injury troubles at Brisbane this season.

Brisbane coach Wayne Bennett accepts he has lost hulking centre Moga, with the Broncos unable to compete with Newcastle’s multi-year package.

While they were...


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Kodi Nikorima on notice after Ben Hunt's performance at halfback against Melbourne - Courier Mail

BRISBANE’s famous No.7 jumper has turned into a game of musical chairs with coach Wayne Bennett putting Kodi Nikorima on notice for failing to take charge of the Broncos’ attack.

Bennett admits he needs to “think about some things” in relation to his scrumbase after Ben Hunt rocketed back into the frame to start in Friday night’s blockbuster against Melbourne at Suncorp Stadium.

Nikorima’s hopes of being Brisbane’s long-term halfback are in tatters after he was benched for the second consecutive game in the Broncos’ 30-20 defeat of the Raiders on Saturday night.

Thrust into the action in the 34th minute, Hunt produced his most complete game of the season, putting pressure on Bennett to pair him with reinvigorated veteran Benji Marshall against the Storm.

POACHED: Knights target Broncos pair

POLL: Do Maroons fans want DCE?

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Paul White confident Broncos will re-sign off-contract stars - Courier Mail

BRONCOS CEO Paul White says the club is confident they are about to re-sign several of their star players, including strike centre James Roberts.

As was revealed by The Courier-Mail , Tautau Moga is set to leave Red Hill next season to join the Knights, with young forward Herman Ese’ese on the verge of following him out the door.

But White is optimistic that the Broncos will be able to retain other big-name players in the coming weeks, with Roberts, Alex Glenn, Jordan Kahu, Benji Marshall and skipper Darius Boyd still among those off-contract.

Broncos centre James Roberts is coming off contract. Picture: Annette Dew

White said that Boyd’s future should be secured within the next month, while other contracts were close to being finalised.

“We’re close to a number of announcements,” White said.

“There’s no doubt there’s interest in all the players we have coming off contract. We’re...


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Read more: Paul White confident Broncos will re-sign off-contract stars - Courier Mail
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Wayne Bennett admits the Broncos will never sign Greg Inglis - Courier Mail

BRISBANE coach Wayne Bennett has broken his silence on Greg Inglis, insisting the South Sydney superstar will not finish his decorated NRL career at the Broncos.

As the Broncos prepare to face Inglis’ Rabbitohs side at Suncorp Stadium, Bennett said he has no interest in signing the Maroons ace — and couldn’t afford him under the salary cap anyway.

Inglis has been linked with a return to the Broncos three times, most recently just last week following revelations he had checked into a mental health facility in his battle with depression.

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GI returns to the Rabbitohs after some time away from the game. (Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Inglis’ partner Sally recently visited family in Queensland and with the pair owning a home in Brisbane, it sparked fresh speculation the 30-year-old wanted a new start at the...


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Canberra Raiders' Josh Papalii looks to use State of Origin ... - The Canberra Times

It was one of the greatest State of Origin wins of all time and now Queensland enforcer Josh Papalii wants to bring that momentum back to ignite the Canberra Raiders' season.

Fresh from a gruelling Origin 2, Papalii said the Green Machine's clash against Brisbane at Canberra Stadium on Saturday was massive because they were desperate for wins to keep their finals hopes alive.

Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Josh Papalii wants to use the momentum from Queensland's Origin win to kick-start the Green Machine. Photo: Getty Images

In a big boost for the Raiders, Broncos captain and fullback Darius Boyd has been ruled out due to a broken thumb and will undergo surgery.

Papalii came off the bench and played through the middle in the Maroons' remarkable come-back victory over the NSW Blues.

It kept the Origin series alive with the decider at Suncorp Stadium in three weeks, which will also double as future Immortal...


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Round 16
Home Score Away When Venue Crowd
South Sydney colours.svg South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 - 8 Manly Sea Eagles colours.svg Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 26 June 2015, 7:35pm ANZ Stadium (Nine Network) 14,236
Brisbane colours.svg Brisbane Broncos 44 - 22 Newcastle colours.svg Newcastle Knights 26 June 2015, 7:35pm Suncorp Stadium (Nine Network) 27,246
New Zealand colours.svg New Zealand Warriors 30 - 8 Canberra colours.svg Canberra Raiders 27 June 2015, 5:00pm Mt Smart Stadium (Fox Sports) 13,110
North Queensland colours.svg North Queensland Cowboys 18-24 Cronulla colours.svg Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks 27 June 2015, 5:30pm 1300SMILES Stadium (Fox Sports) 18,826
Parramatta colours.svg Parramatta Eels 16-12 St. George colours.svg St. George Illawarra Dragons 27 June 2015, 7:30pm Pirtek Stadium (Fox Sports) 15,046
Eastern Suburbs colours.svgSydney Roosters 20 - 10 Gold Coast Titans colours.svg Gold Coast Titans 28 June 2015, 2:00pm Bluetongue Stadium (Fox Sports) 12,569
Wests Tigers colours.svg Wests Tigers 12 - 35 Panthers colours.svg Penrith Panthers 28 June 2015, 4:00pm Leichhardt Oval (Nine Network) 14,234
Canterbury colours.svg Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 20 - 4 Melbourne colours.svg Melbourne Storm 29 June 2015, 7:00pm Belmore Sportsground (Fox Sports) 16,764


 

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