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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 rally around mourning Darius Boyd after his grandmother dies - ABC Local

Darius Boyd at Brisbane Broncos training

The Brisbane Broncos will rally around recovering skipper Darius Boyd as he mourns the loss of his beloved grandmother, just days ahead of his scheduled return from injury in Friday night's NRL preliminary final against Melbourne.

But Broncos forward Sam Thaiday said he was confident Boyd would be ready to fire in the grand-final qualifier at AAMI Park after being sidelined for two weeks with a hamstring strain.

"It's a tough time for Darius. All of us will gather around him the next couple of days," he said.

"It's very hard when you don't have a lot of family but this is a big part of his family, this Broncos team."

Boyd's grandmother Delphine had raised the Broncos' skipper since he was 15.

Boyd's wife Kayla shared a tribute to his grandmother on social media.

"Rest in...


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Read more: Brisbane Broncos rally around mourning Darius Boyd after his grandmother dies - ABC Local

Brisbane Broncos rally around mourning Darius Boyd after his grandmother dies - ABC Local

Darius Boyd at Brisbane Broncos training

The Brisbane Broncos will rally around recovering skipper Darius Boyd as he mourns the loss of his beloved grandmother, just days ahead of his scheduled return from injury in Friday night's NRL preliminary final against Melbourne.

But Broncos forward Sam Thaiday said he was confident Boyd would be ready to fire in the grand-final qualifier at AAMI Park after being sidelined for two weeks with a hamstring strain.

"It's a tough time for Darius. All of us will gather around him the next couple of days," he said.

"It's very hard when you don't have a lot of family but this is a big part of his family, this Broncos team."

Boyd's grandmother Delphine had raised the Broncos' skipper since he was 15.

Boyd's wife Kayla shared a tribute to his grandmother on social media.

"Rest in...


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Read more: Brisbane Broncos rally around mourning Darius Boyd after his grandmother dies - ABC Local

Brisbane Broncos rally around mourning Darius Boyd after his grandmother dies - ABC Local

Darius Boyd at Brisbane Broncos training

The Brisbane Broncos will rally around recovering skipper Darius Boyd as he mourns the loss of his beloved grandmother, just days ahead of his scheduled return from injury in Friday night's NRL preliminary final against Melbourne.

But Broncos forward Sam Thaiday said he was confident Boyd would be ready to fire in the grand-final qualifier at AAMI Park after being sidelined for two weeks with a hamstring strain.

"It's a tough time for Darius. All of us will gather around him the next couple of days," he said.

"It's very hard when you don't have a lot of family but this is a big part of his family, this Broncos team."

Boyd's grandmother Delphine had raised the Broncos' skipper since he was 15.

Boyd's wife Kayla shared a tribute to his grandmother on social media.

"Rest in...


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Read more: Brisbane Broncos rally around mourning Darius Boyd after his grandmother dies - ABC Local

Jack Bird 2018 Broncos position, lock, Wayne Bennett selection ... - Fox Sports

JACK Bird hopes the next stage of his NRL career will be at lock as he winds up at Cronulla and heads to Brisbane.

Bird left on Wednesday as one of six debutants in Mal Meninga’s Prime Minister’s XIII team, who will play Papua New Guinea on Sunday in Port Moresby.

The NSW State of Origin utility will play No. 6 in the PM’s line-up after spending the past two years at centre for the Sharks.

He hopes the Broncos will use him at lock where he’d played junior football.

“I haven’t really spoken to Wayne (Bennett) about it,” the 22-year-old told AAP.


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Read more: Jack Bird 2018 Broncos position, lock, Wayne Bennett selection ... - Fox Sports

Jack Bird 2018 Broncos position, lock, Wayne Bennett selection ... - Fox Sports

JACK Bird hopes the next stage of his NRL career will be at lock as he winds up at Cronulla and heads to Brisbane.

Bird left on Wednesday as one of six debutants in Mal Meninga’s Prime Minister’s XIII team, who will play Papua New Guinea on Sunday in Port Moresby.

The NSW State of Origin utility will play No. 6 in the PM’s line-up after spending the past two years at centre for the Sharks.

He hopes the Broncos will use him at lock where he’d played junior football.

“I haven’t really spoken to Wayne (Bennett) about it,” the 22-year-old told AAP.


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Read more: Jack Bird 2018 Broncos position, lock, Wayne Bennett selection ... - Fox Sports

Jack Bird 2018 Broncos position, lock, Wayne Bennett selection ... - Fox Sports

JACK Bird hopes the next stage of his NRL career will be at lock as he winds up at Cronulla and heads to Brisbane.

Bird left on Wednesday as one of six debutants in Mal Meninga’s Prime Minister’s XIII team, who will play Papua New Guinea on Sunday in Port Moresby.

The NSW State of Origin utility will play No. 6 in the PM’s line-up after spending the past two years at centre for the Sharks.

He hopes the Broncos will use him at lock where he’d played junior football.

“I haven’t really spoken to Wayne (Bennett) about it,” the 22-year-old told AAP.


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Read more: Jack Bird 2018 Broncos position, lock, Wayne Bennett selection ... - Fox Sports

Emotional Darius Boyd to lift Brisbane Broncos in NRL preliminary final - Stuff.co.nz

Darius Boyd will return from a hamstring injury to face the Melbourne Storm just days after the death of his grandmother.
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Darius Boyd will return from a hamstring injury to face the Melbourne Storm just days after the death of his grandmother.

A "pretty emotional" Darius Boyd will be ready to fire on his injury return in Brisbane's NRL preliminary final against Melbourne, despite the loss of his beloved grandmother this week.

Broncos great Justin Hodges said the club had rallied around their heartbroken skipper in the days since Boyd's grandmother, Delphine, passed away.

And he expected the fullback to hit the ground running at AAMI Park.

"We do pay our respects to his nana who helped raise him as a young kid," Hodges told Fox Sports' Queenslanders Only.

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* Heavyweight trio of teams dominating NRL
* Bennett defends call to play Corey Oates 

"He doesn't have much family so it is a big loss for him.

"He will be pretty...


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Read more: Emotional Darius Boyd to lift Brisbane Broncos in NRL preliminary final - Stuff.co.nz

Emotional Darius Boyd to lift Brisbane Broncos in NRL preliminary final - Stuff.co.nz

Darius Boyd will return from a hamstring injury to face the Melbourne Storm just days after the death of his grandmother.
IAN HITCHCOCK/GETTY IMAGES

Darius Boyd will return from a hamstring injury to face the Melbourne Storm just days after the death of his grandmother.

A "pretty emotional" Darius Boyd will be ready to fire on his injury return in Brisbane's NRL preliminary final against Melbourne, despite the loss of his beloved grandmother this week.

Broncos great Justin Hodges said the club had rallied around their heartbroken skipper in the days since Boyd's grandmother, Delphine, passed away.

And he expected the fullback to hit the ground running at AAMI Park.

"We do pay our respects to his nana who helped raise him as a young kid," Hodges told Fox Sports' Queenslanders Only.

READ MORE:
* No Kiwis RL World Cup recall for Marshall
* Heavyweight trio of teams dominating NRL
* Bennett defends call to play Corey Oates 

"He doesn't have much family so it is a big loss for him.

"He will be pretty...


Read full article on NRL GN BrisbaneBroncos


Read more: Emotional Darius Boyd to lift Brisbane Broncos in NRL preliminary final - Stuff.co.nz

Emotional Darius Boyd to lift Brisbane Broncos in NRL preliminary final - Stuff.co.nz

Darius Boyd will return from a hamstring injury to face the Melbourne Storm just days after the death of his grandmother.
IAN HITCHCOCK/GETTY IMAGES

Darius Boyd will return from a hamstring injury to face the Melbourne Storm just days after the death of his grandmother.

A "pretty emotional" Darius Boyd will be ready to fire on his injury return in Brisbane's NRL preliminary final against Melbourne, despite the loss of his beloved grandmother this week.

Broncos great Justin Hodges said the club had rallied around their heartbroken skipper in the days since Boyd's grandmother, Delphine, passed away.

And he expected the fullback to hit the ground running at AAMI Park.

"We do pay our respects to his nana who helped raise him as a young kid," Hodges told Fox Sports' Queenslanders Only.

READ MORE:
* No Kiwis RL World Cup recall for Marshall
* Heavyweight trio of teams dominating NRL
* Bennett defends call to play Corey Oates 

"He doesn't have much family so it is a big loss for him.

"He will be pretty...


Read full article on NRL GN BrisbaneBroncos


Read more: Emotional Darius Boyd to lift Brisbane Broncos in NRL preliminary final - Stuff.co.nz

Storm v Broncos: a one-sided rivalry forged in fire of 2006 NRL grand final - The Guardian

Cooper Cronk, one of the Storm players who tasted defeat to the Broncos in the 2006 grand final. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

Amazingly, it has been 11 years since the Brisbane Broncos have tasted premiership success. For a powerhouse club that tasted triumph so early and so often, it has been a lifetime.

The famous 15-8 win over the Melbourne Storm in the 2006 grand final won’t top any lists of greatest title deciders but it does mark the point where the great Broncos wave that swept over rugby league in the 1990s and early 2000s began to recede.

It was not only a famous grand final upset. It was the game that steeled the Storm, showing Craig Bellamy and the core of players that would become greats of the code and the centre of Melbourne’s incredible dynasty the pain of defeat.

It was a feeling Bellamy, Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk would never forget....


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Read more: Storm v Broncos: a one-sided rivalry forged in fire of 2006 NRL grand final - The Guardian

Storm v Broncos: a one-sided rivalry forged in fire of 2006 NRL grand final - The Guardian

Cooper Cronk, one of the Storm players who tasted defeat to the Broncos in the 2006 grand final. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

Amazingly, it has been 11 years since the Brisbane Broncos have tasted premiership success. For a powerhouse club that tasted triumph so early and so often, it has been a lifetime.

The famous 15-8 win over the Melbourne Storm in the 2006 grand final won’t top any lists of greatest title deciders but it does mark the point where the great Broncos wave that swept over rugby league in the 1990s and early 2000s began to recede.

It was not only a famous grand final upset. It was the game that steeled the Storm, showing Craig Bellamy and the core of players that would become greats of the code and the centre of Melbourne’s incredible dynasty the pain of defeat.

It was a feeling Bellamy, Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk would never forget....


Read full article on NRL GN BrisbaneBroncos


Read more: Storm v Broncos: a one-sided rivalry forged in fire of 2006 NRL grand final - The Guardian

Storm v Broncos: a one-sided rivalry forged in fire of 2006 NRL grand final - The Guardian

Cooper Cronk, one of the Storm players who tasted defeat to the Broncos in the 2006 grand final. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images

Amazingly, it has been 11 years since the Brisbane Broncos have tasted premiership success. For a powerhouse club that tasted triumph so early and so often, it has been a lifetime.

The famous 15-8 win over the Melbourne Storm in the 2006 grand final won’t top any lists of greatest title deciders but it does mark the point where the great Broncos wave that swept over rugby league in the 1990s and early 2000s began to recede.

It was not only a famous grand final upset. It was the game that steeled the Storm, showing Craig Bellamy and the core of players that would become greats of the code and the centre of Melbourne’s incredible dynasty the pain of defeat.

It was a feeling Bellamy, Cameron Smith, Billy Slater and Cooper Cronk would never forget....


Read full article on NRL GN BrisbaneBroncos


Read more: Storm v Broncos: a one-sided rivalry forged in fire of 2006 NRL grand final - The Guardian

Brisbane Broncos post NRL win over Sydney Roosters following Wayne Bennett criticism - ABC Online

Adam Blair (R) congratulates Broncos team-mate James Roberts on his try against the Roosters.
Related Story: In stats: Broncos return to winning ways against Roosters

Attack is no longer a problem but Brisbane still has plenty of worries after half-back Ben Hunt joined a growing injury list in the Broncos' 32-8 win over Sydney Roosters at Lang Park.

Considered "off the pace" and "in their shell" by coach Wayne Bennett, the Broncos' backline finally fired to inflict a second straight loss on the Roosters in front of 30,376 fans.

But it came at a cost, with Hunt limping off with a hamstring injury in the 49th minute, sustained when he crashed over for a controversially disallowed try moments earlier.

To make matters worse, the Broncos lost Queensland winger Corey Oates (groin) before kick-off and prop Korbin Sims (foot) by the 60th minute.

Queensland...


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Read more: Brisbane Broncos post NRL win over Sydney Roosters following Wayne Bennett criticism - ABC Online

Brisbane Broncos doctor to make final call on fitness of star winger Corey Oates - The Sydney Morning Herald

Broncos medico Dr Peter Hackney could be the busiest man at Red Hill this week as he prepares to make crucial calls on a number of players ahead of Brisbane's preliminary final against the Storm in Melbourne.

Brisbane's 17-strong squad is still up in the air after they returned to training on Monday. Injured fullback Darius Boyd was among those missing but it was due to a personal issue, not his hamstring, and he remains on track to return.

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Brisbane Broncos post NRL win over Sydney Roosters following Wayne Bennett criticism - ABC Online

Adam Blair (R) congratulates Broncos team-mate James Roberts on his try against the Roosters.
Related Story: In stats: Broncos return to winning ways against Roosters

Attack is no longer a problem but Brisbane still has plenty of worries after half-back Ben Hunt joined a growing injury list in the Broncos' 32-8 win over Sydney Roosters at Lang Park.

Considered "off the pace" and "in their shell" by coach Wayne Bennett, the Broncos' backline finally fired to inflict a second straight loss on the Roosters in front of 30,376 fans.

But it came at a cost, with Hunt limping off with a hamstring injury in the 49th minute, sustained when he crashed over for a controversially disallowed try moments earlier.

To make matters worse, the Broncos lost Queensland winger Corey Oates (groin) before kick-off and prop Korbin Sims (foot) by the 60th minute.

Queensland...


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Read more: Brisbane Broncos post NRL win over Sydney Roosters following Wayne Bennett criticism - ABC Online
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Brisbane Broncos Kodi Nikorima on Melbourne Storm contract snub ... - Fox Sports

TWELVE months ago Kodi Nikorima knocked back more money and a clear path to the scrumbase of NRL superpowers Melbourne, and now the Broncos everywhere man is out to KO the Storm’s latest premiership charge.

Nikorima is set to shift back to the No.7 jumper in Friday’s grand final qualifier in the southern capital, with Brisbane veteran Benji Marshall endorsing the youngster to oppose Cooper Cronk.

Midway through 2016 the Storm made Nikorima a handsome offer to partner Cronk in the halves this season, tabling a pay packet the Broncos couldn’t match and a starting spot they couldn’t guarantee.

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With 2015 grand final playmakers Anthony Milford and Ben Hunt seemingly entrenched at Red Hill, Nikorima seriously considered a shift south before taking up...


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Brisbane Broncos doctor to make final call on fitness of star winger Corey Oates - The Sydney Morning Herald

Broncos medico Dr Peter Hackney could be the busiest man at Red Hill this week as he prepares to make crucial calls on a number of players ahead of Brisbane's preliminary final against the Storm in Melbourne.

Brisbane's 17-strong squad is still up in the air after they returned to training on Monday. Injured fullback Darius Boyd was among those missing but it was due to a personal issue, not his hamstring, and he remains on track to return.

Des Hasler's demise

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Brisbane Broncos rally around mourning Darius Boyd after his grandmother dies - ABC Local

Darius Boyd at Brisbane Broncos training

The Brisbane Broncos will rally around recovering skipper Darius Boyd as he mourns the loss of his beloved grandmother, just days ahead of his scheduled return from injury in Friday night's NRL preliminary final against Melbourne.

But Broncos forward Sam Thaiday said he was confident Boyd would be ready to fire in the grand-final qualifier at AAMI Park after being sidelined for two weeks with a hamstring strain.

"It's a tough time for Darius. All of us will gather around him the next couple of days," he said.

"It's very hard when you don't have a lot of family but this is a big part of his family, this Broncos team."

Boyd's grandmother Delphine had raised the Broncos' skipper since he was 15.

Boyd's wife Kayla shared a tribute to his grandmother on social media.

"Rest in...


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Read more: Brisbane Broncos rally around mourning Darius Boyd after his grandmother dies - ABC Local
Tags: dies,abc,local,grandmother,boyd,broncos,rally,mourning,darius,brisbane

Brisbane Broncos Kodi Nikorima on Melbourne Storm contract snub ... - Fox Sports

TWELVE months ago Kodi Nikorima knocked back more money and a clear path to the scrumbase of NRL superpowers Melbourne, and now the Broncos everywhere man is out to KO the Storm’s latest premiership charge.

Nikorima is set to shift back to the No.7 jumper in Friday’s grand final qualifier in the southern capital, with Brisbane veteran Benji Marshall endorsing the youngster to oppose Cooper Cronk.

Midway through 2016 the Storm made Nikorima a handsome offer to partner Cronk in the halves this season, tabling a pay packet the Broncos couldn’t match and a starting spot they couldn’t guarantee.

Live stream the 2017 NRL Telstra Premiership on FOX SPORTS. Get your free 2-week FOXTEL NOW trial and start watching in minutes. SIGN UP NOW!

With 2015 grand final playmakers Anthony Milford and Ben Hunt seemingly entrenched at Red Hill, Nikorima seriously considered a shift south before taking up...


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Read more: Brisbane Broncos Kodi Nikorima on Melbourne Storm contract snub ... - Fox Sports
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Jack Bird 2018 Broncos position, lock, Wayne Bennett selection ... - Fox Sports

JACK Bird hopes the next stage of his NRL career will be at lock as he winds up at Cronulla and heads to Brisbane.

Bird left on Wednesday as one of six debutants in Mal Meninga’s Prime Minister’s XIII team, who will play Papua New Guinea on Sunday in Port Moresby.

The NSW State of Origin utility will play No. 6 in the PM’s line-up after spending the past two years at centre for the Sharks.

He hopes the Broncos will use him at lock where he’d played junior football.

“I haven’t really spoken to Wayne (Bennett) about it,” the 22-year-old told AAP.


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Read more: Jack Bird 2018 Broncos position, lock, Wayne Bennett selection ... - Fox Sports
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