Suns Pour Cold Water on Hunt Rumours

The Gold Coast Suns have played down speculation that Karmichael Hunt is set to quit the AFL to return to rugby league with former club the Brisbane Broncos. Hunt’s contract with the Suns runs until the end of next season but the 27-year-old is reportedly on the verge of leaving for a reunion with the … [Read the full story]

Yow Yeh banished to Norths for sleeping in

Brisbane Broncos Test winger Jharal Yow Yeh has been banished to feeder club Norths after sleeping in on Australia Day. Coach Anthony Griffin told the 23-year-old excitement machine not to bother coming back the next day after he arrived late to a Brisbane training session last Thursday. Instead, Yow Yeh was ordered to report to … [Read the full story]

Broncos look to the future with the youngsters

Brisbane Broncos have boosted their stocks by re-signing five young guns who are set to lead them into the future. Queensland and Australia winger Jharal Yow Yeh, New Zealand Kiwis forward Alex Glenn, hooker Andrew McCullough, playmaker Ben Hunt and forward Dave Hala have all extended their contracts at the club. Broncos chief executive Paul … [Read the full story]

Lockyer ends career winning the 4-Nations Final

Darren Lockyer, Australia’s iconic captain who has been a thorn in England’s side throughout his illustrious 17-year career, broke their hearts again in the Gillette Four Nations final. And the 34-year-old maestro, winning a record-extending 59th cap at Elland Road in his last game before retirement, found the perfect way to sign off. Lockyer’s last-minute … [Read the full story]

Broncos can’t win without Lockyer, says Buford

Former Australian rugby league team doctor Nathan Gibbs has warned Brisbane Broncos captain Darren Lockyer he could be risking his eyesight by playing with a fractured cheekbone. Lockyer has vowed to lead the Broncos’ charge to the NRL grand final, despite medical experts warning he is risking his eyesight. The retiring captain needed three titanium … [Read the full story]

Introducing Anthony Griffin…the Broncos coach

Anthony Griffin officially took over as Brisbane Broncos’ third coach in four years on Tuesday morning when he prepared the team for Saturday’s pre-season trial with Melbourne Storm at Redcliffe. With questions still being asked and fingers pointed in the wake of Ivan Henjak’s shock sacking last week, just 18 days out from the start … [Read the full story]