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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 would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Quade Cooper could become a star in the NRL next season if there was a club prepared to take a risk on him.

That's the view of former dual-code international Mat Rogers, who believes the dumped Queensland Reds playmaker can transition between the codes.

Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Photo: AAP

Cooper is mulling his options after being told by new Reds coach Brad Thorn that he wasn't in his plans for 2018.

With no other Australian Super Rugby teams interested, the 29-year-old is believed to be considering a stint in Japanese rugby but has long held ambitions of playing in the NRL.

He was close to signing for Parramatta several years ago but ultimately chose to stay in rugby ahead of the 2011 World Cup, where he starred for the Wallabies.

After a seven-year career in rugby league, Rogers joined the NSW Waratahs for five seasons. He...


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McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13

Brisbane Broncos forward Josh McGuire could be competing for the lock position with new signing Jack Bird. Credit: Scott Davis. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Brisbane Broncos and Maroons legend Greg Dowling says Josh McGuire must stay at lock for the 2018 season, believing that playing new signing Jack Bird in the position would be a waste of talent. 

His comments come after McGuire was awarded the Ron McAuliffe Medal for the Maroons' Player of the Series on Monday night, taking home the award at the team's annual Christmas get together. 

McGuire had an outstanding 2017, helping Queensland take home another Origin series win, as well as playing a vital part in Australia's successful World Cup campaign. 

After the retirement of Corey Parker at the end of the 2016 season, many questioned how McGuire would go shifting from the front row to lock, but he has performed superbly, with his...


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Read more: McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Quade Cooper could become a star in the NRL next season if there was a club prepared to take a risk on him.

That's the view of former dual-code international Mat Rogers, who believes the dumped Queensland Reds playmaker can transition between the codes.

Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Photo: AAP

Cooper is mulling his options after being told by new Reds coach Brad Thorn that he wasn't in his plans for 2018.

With no other Australian Super Rugby teams interested, the 29-year-old is believed to be considering a stint in Japanese rugby but has long held ambitions of playing in the NRL.

He was close to signing for Parramatta several years ago but ultimately chose to stay in rugby ahead of the 2011 World Cup, where he starred for the Wallabies.

After a seven-year career in rugby league, Rogers joined the NSW Waratahs for five seasons. He...


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Teenage behemoth Payne Haas shapes as shock solution to Broncos forward stocks - Fox Sports

At 194cm and 120kg by the age of 17, big things were always expected from emerging Brisbane forward Payne Haas.

But Broncos enforcer Korbin Sims admits he was still surprised by Haas’ progress at pre-season training, predicting a breakout 2018 NRL season for the teenager who has already earned Andrew Fifita comparisons.

All eyes were supposed to be on Sims when he returned to Broncos training this week as he recovers from a broken arm that sabotaged his NRL finals and Rugby League World Cup campaign with Fiji.

Sims is expected to step up in the absence of inspirational Kiwi front-rower Adam Blair who has linked with the Warriors next season.

The Broncos pack will also be without Herman Ese’ese (Newcastle), Jai Arrow (Gold Coast) and Francis Molo (released) in 2018.


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McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13

Brisbane Broncos forward Josh McGuire could be competing for the lock position with new signing Jack Bird. Credit: Scott Davis. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Brisbane Broncos and Maroons legend Greg Dowling says Josh McGuire must stay at lock for the 2018 season, believing that playing new signing Jack Bird in the position would be a waste of talent. 

His comments come after McGuire was awarded the Ron McAuliffe Medal for the Maroons' Player of the Series on Monday night, taking home the award at the team's annual Christmas get together. 

McGuire had an outstanding 2017, helping Queensland take home another Origin series win, as well as playing a vital part in Australia's successful World Cup campaign. 

After the retirement of Corey Parker at the end of the 2016 season, many questioned how McGuire would go shifting from the front row to lock, but he has performed superbly, with his...


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Read more: McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

Teenage behemoth Payne Haas shapes as shock solution to Broncos forward stocks - Fox Sports

At 194cm and 120kg by the age of 17, big things were always expected from emerging Brisbane forward Payne Haas.

But Broncos enforcer Korbin Sims admits he was still surprised by Haas’ progress at pre-season training, predicting a breakout 2018 NRL season for the teenager who has already earned Andrew Fifita comparisons.

All eyes were supposed to be on Sims when he returned to Broncos training this week as he recovers from a broken arm that sabotaged his NRL finals and Rugby League World Cup campaign with Fiji.

Sims is expected to step up in the absence of inspirational Kiwi front-rower Adam Blair who has linked with the Warriors next season.

The Broncos pack will also be without Herman Ese’ese (Newcastle), Jai Arrow (Gold Coast) and Francis Molo (released) in 2018.


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Kevin Walters in charge of Brisbane Broncos attack in season 2018 ... - Courier Mail

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters will be given the keys to Brisbane’s attacking machine to ignite Anthony Milford and help the Broncos break the longest title drought in their history.

The Courier-Mail can reveal coach Wayne Bennett will overhaul the Broncos next season, with assistant Jason Demetriou to be shifted from running Brisbane’s offence to controlling their defence.

That opens the door for newly-returned assistant Walters, who presided over Brisbane’s attack in 2015 _ the last time the Broncos qualified for the NRL grand final.

Walters is widely respected by Broncos players and there is a view he can take Milford to another level after working closely with the pivot and former halves partner Ben Hunt two years ago.

Bennett said the strategic shift was by no means a kick in the guts for Demetriou, whom he rates among the NRL’s most promising up-and-coming coaches.

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Read more: Kevin Walters in charge of Brisbane Broncos attack in season 2018 ... - Courier Mail

Kevin Walters in charge of Brisbane Broncos attack in season 2018 ... - Courier Mail

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters will be given the keys to Brisbane’s attacking machine to ignite Anthony Milford and help the Broncos break the longest title drought in their history.

The Courier-Mail can reveal coach Wayne Bennett will overhaul the Broncos next season, with assistant Jason Demetriou to be shifted from running Brisbane’s offence to controlling their defence.

That opens the door for newly-returned assistant Walters, who presided over Brisbane’s attack in 2015 _ the last time the Broncos qualified for the NRL grand final.

Walters is widely respected by Broncos players and there is a view he can take Milford to another level after working closely with the pivot and former halves partner Ben Hunt two years ago.

Bennett said the strategic shift was by no means a kick in the guts for Demetriou, whom he rates among the NRL’s most promising up-and-coming coaches.

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Read more: Kevin Walters in charge of Brisbane Broncos attack in season 2018 ... - Courier Mail

Kevin Walters in charge of Brisbane Broncos attack in season 2018 ... - Courier Mail

QUEENSLAND coach Kevin Walters will be given the keys to Brisbane’s attacking machine to ignite Anthony Milford and help the Broncos break the longest title drought in their history.

The Courier-Mail can reveal coach Wayne Bennett will overhaul the Broncos next season, with assistant Jason Demetriou to be shifted from running Brisbane’s offence to controlling their defence.

That opens the door for newly-returned assistant Walters, who presided over Brisbane’s attack in 2015 _ the last time the Broncos qualified for the NRL grand final.

Walters is widely respected by Broncos players and there is a view he can take Milford to another level after working closely with the pivot and former halves partner Ben Hunt two years ago.

Bennett said the strategic shift was by no means a kick in the guts for Demetriou, whom he rates among the NRL’s most promising up-and-coming coaches.

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Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Quade Cooper could become a star in the NRL next season if there was a club prepared to take a risk on him.

That's the view of former dual-code international Mat Rogers, who believes the dumped Queensland Reds playmaker can transition between the codes.

Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Photo: AAP

Cooper is mulling his options after being told by new Reds coach Brad Thorn that he wasn't in his plans for 2018.

With no other Australian Super Rugby teams interested, the 29-year-old is believed to be considering a stint in Japanese rugby but has long held ambitions of playing in the NRL.

He was close to signing for Parramatta several years ago but ultimately chose to stay in rugby ahead of the 2011 World Cup, where he starred for the Wallabies.

After a seven-year career in rugby league, Rogers joined the NSW Waratahs for five seasons. He...


Read full article on NRL GN BrisbaneBroncos


Read more: Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The...

Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Quade Cooper could become a star in the NRL next season if there was a club prepared to take a risk on him.

That's the view of former dual-code international Mat Rogers, who believes the dumped Queensland Reds playmaker can transition between the codes.

Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Photo: AAP

Cooper is mulling his options after being told by new Reds coach Brad Thorn that he wasn't in his plans for 2018.

With no other Australian Super Rugby teams interested, the 29-year-old is believed to be considering a stint in Japanese rugby but has long held ambitions of playing in the NRL.

He was close to signing for Parramatta several years ago but ultimately chose to stay in rugby ahead of the 2011 World Cup, where he starred for the Wallabies.

After a seven-year career in rugby league, Rogers joined the NSW Waratahs for five seasons. He...


Read full article on NRL GN BrisbaneBroncos


Read more: Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The...

Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Quade Cooper could become a star in the NRL next season if there was a club prepared to take a risk on him.

That's the view of former dual-code international Mat Rogers, who believes the dumped Queensland Reds playmaker can transition between the codes.

Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Photo: AAP

Cooper is mulling his options after being told by new Reds coach Brad Thorn that he wasn't in his plans for 2018.

With no other Australian Super Rugby teams interested, the 29-year-old is believed to be considering a stint in Japanese rugby but has long held ambitions of playing in the NRL.

He was close to signing for Parramatta several years ago but ultimately chose to stay in rugby ahead of the 2011 World Cup, where he starred for the Wallabies.

After a seven-year career in rugby league, Rogers joined the NSW Waratahs for five seasons. He...


Read full article on NRL GN BrisbaneBroncos


Read more: Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The...

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13

Brisbane Broncos forward Josh McGuire could be competing for the lock position with new signing Jack Bird. Credit: Scott Davis. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Brisbane Broncos and Maroons legend Greg Dowling says Josh McGuire must stay at lock for the 2018 season, believing that playing new signing Jack Bird in the position would be a waste of talent. 

His comments come after McGuire was awarded the Ron McAuliffe Medal for the Maroons' Player of the Series on Monday night, taking home the award at the team's annual Christmas get together. 

McGuire had an outstanding 2017, helping Queensland take home another Origin series win, as well as playing a vital part in Australia's successful World Cup campaign. 

After the retirement of Corey Parker at the end of the 2016 season, many questioned how McGuire would go shifting from the front row to lock, but he has performed superbly, with his...


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Read more: McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13

Brisbane Broncos forward Josh McGuire could be competing for the lock position with new signing Jack Bird. Credit: Scott Davis. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Brisbane Broncos and Maroons legend Greg Dowling says Josh McGuire must stay at lock for the 2018 season, believing that playing new signing Jack Bird in the position would be a waste of talent. 

His comments come after McGuire was awarded the Ron McAuliffe Medal for the Maroons' Player of the Series on Monday night, taking home the award at the team's annual Christmas get together. 

McGuire had an outstanding 2017, helping Queensland take home another Origin series win, as well as playing a vital part in Australia's successful World Cup campaign. 

After the retirement of Corey Parker at the end of the 2016 season, many questioned how McGuire would go shifting from the front row to lock, but he has performed superbly, with his...


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Read more: McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13

Brisbane Broncos forward Josh McGuire could be competing for the lock position with new signing Jack Bird. Credit: Scott Davis. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Brisbane Broncos and Maroons legend Greg Dowling says Josh McGuire must stay at lock for the 2018 season, believing that playing new signing Jack Bird in the position would be a waste of talent. 

His comments come after McGuire was awarded the Ron McAuliffe Medal for the Maroons' Player of the Series on Monday night, taking home the award at the team's annual Christmas get together. 

McGuire had an outstanding 2017, helping Queensland take home another Origin series win, as well as playing a vital part in Australia's successful World Cup campaign. 

After the retirement of Corey Parker at the end of the 2016 season, many questioned how McGuire would go shifting from the front row to lock, but he has performed superbly, with his...


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Read more: McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The Sydney Morning Herald

Quade Cooper could become a star in the NRL next season if there was a club prepared to take a risk on him.

That's the view of former dual-code international Mat Rogers, who believes the dumped Queensland Reds playmaker can transition between the codes.

Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Unclear future: Quade Cooper could make the switch to league, says Mat Rogers. Photo: AAP

Cooper is mulling his options after being told by new Reds coach Brad Thorn that he wasn't in his plans for 2018.

With no other Australian Super Rugby teams interested, the 29-year-old is believed to be considering a stint in Japanese rugby but has long held ambitions of playing in the NRL.

He was close to signing for Parramatta several years ago but ultimately chose to stay in rugby ahead of the 2011 World Cup, where he starred for the Wallabies.

After a seven-year career in rugby league, Rogers joined the NSW Waratahs for five seasons. He...


Read full article on NRL GN BrisbaneBroncos


Read more: Brisbane Broncos would be a good fit for Quade Cooper, says former Wallaby Mat Rogers - The...

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13

Brisbane Broncos forward Josh McGuire could be competing for the lock position with new signing Jack Bird. Credit: Scott Davis. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Brisbane Broncos and Maroons legend Greg Dowling says Josh McGuire must stay at lock for the 2018 season, believing that playing new signing Jack Bird in the position would be a waste of talent. 

His comments come after McGuire was awarded the Ron McAuliffe Medal for the Maroons' Player of the Series on Monday night, taking home the award at the team's annual Christmas get together. 

McGuire had an outstanding 2017, helping Queensland take home another Origin series win, as well as playing a vital part in Australia's successful World Cup campaign. 

After the retirement of Corey Parker at the end of the 2016 season, many questioned how McGuire would go shifting from the front row to lock, but he has performed superbly, with his...


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Read more: McGuire a lock for Broncos No.13 - NRL.COM

What You Must Know About Brisbane Broncos Limited's (ASX:BBL) 9.61% ROE - Simply Wall St

Brisbane Broncos Limited (ASX:BBL) delivered an ROE of 9.61% over the past 12 months, which is relatively in-line with its industry average of 9.62% during the same period. But what is more interesting is whether BBL can sustain or improve on this level of return. Metrics such as financial leverage can impact the level of ROE which in turn can affect the sustainability of BBL’s returns. Let me show you what I mean by this. View our latest analysis for Brisbane Broncos

What you must know about ROE

Return on Equity (ROE) is a measure of BBL’s profit relative to its shareholders’ equity. An ROE of 9.61% implies A$0.1 returned on every A$1 invested, so the higher the return, the better. If investors diversify their portfolio by industry, they may want to maximise their return in the Movies and Entertainment sector by investing in the highest returning stock. However, this can be...


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Ipswich business's platinum deal for Broncos - The Queensland Times

HORSEPOWER: Brisbane Broncos boss Paul White with Llewellyn Motors principal Wade Llewellyn, who sealed a new sponsorship deal at the new Broncos training facility this week.

HORSEPOWER: Brisbane Broncos boss Paul White with Llewellyn Motors principal Wade Llewellyn, who sealed a new sponsorship deal at the new Broncos training facility this week. Contributed

IPSWICH car dealership Llewellyn Motors has signed on as a major sponsor of the Brisbane Broncos in a deal that will be great news for young footy fans.

The Platinum sponsorship deal means Broncos players will soon be scooting about Red Hill in cars from the Booval business, which has been operating for 26 years.

The Ipswich dealerships logo will also appear on players' training shirts and Broncos official signage at Red Hill and on displays at Lang Park on game day.

But even more importantly for the game as a whole, the deal will bring an increasing level of Broncos activity to the Ipswich region.

Llewellyn Motors principal Wade Llewellyn said Ipswich's status as a rugby league town meant the...


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Bennett happy with Broncos' future - NRL.COM

Bennett happy with Broncos' future

Brisbane Broncos coach Wayne Bennett is excited by the young squad he has for 2018. Credit: Kylie Cox. Copyright: NRL Photos.

Wayne Bennett returned to Brisbane Broncos training on Monday impressed with a squad which contains the quality youth he insists will guarantee the club’s future. 

There was a real energy about the training session where players had a long stint in humid conditions working on their skills.

Bennett, back in clubland after guiding England to a World Cup final, was there fine tuning what needed to be fine-tuned and praising what needed to be praised, alongside his assistants Jason Demetriou and Kevin Walters.

At the end of the session there were smiles all around as the players shared plenty of light-hearted moments with their head coach.

Senior players Alex Glenn and Sam Thaiday were getting stuck in alongside impressive teenaged forward talents Payne Haas and...


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Read more: Bennett happy with Broncos' future - NRL.COM



 

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