The BMD Wynnum Manly Seagulls partnership with the Brisbane Broncos has seen a number of players play for both clubs on their path to NRL. We take a look at some of those who have donned the maroon and gold and red and green in recent years.
The NRL 2019 Rookie of the Year had a breakout season in 2019 with the Brisbane Broncos. Before becoming the Broncos forward leader, Haas began his football ‘apprenticeship’ in the Intrust Super Cup with the Seagulls
Kahu’s story is a little different to the rest.Often unlucky on the injury front throughout his career, Kahu has played for the Seagulls on a number of occasions over his career. As he rehabilitates his reconstructed shoulder, we may once again see him at BMD Kougari Oval in 2020.
Our most recent NRL graduate had a breakout 2019 playing for the Seagulls and saw him rewarded with two Broncos NRL appearances. Now apart of the Broncos top 30 squad Palasia unfortunately broke down in pre-season training and has undergone a full knee reconstruction. No doubt we will see Palasia back at his best at some stage in 2020 for either the Seagulls or the Broncos.