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Sport Storm prop Jesse Bromwich out 4-6 weeks as Slater named to return

10:56  12 june  2018
10:56  12 june  2018 Source:   smh.com.au

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The brute strength of unstoppable prop Jesse Bromwich and the brilliance of Billy Slater combined to help Storm thrash an Eels side that had won four of its past Slater signalled his return with some quality touches and none better than when he put winger Sisa Waqa over for the first try of the match.

Storm : 1 Billy Slater , 21 Young Tonumaipea, 3 Will Chambers, 4 Curtis Scott, 5 Josh Addo-Carr, 6 Cameron Munster, 7 Ryley Jacks, 8 Tim Glasby, 9 Cameron Jesse Bromwich (knee) is out with Tim Glasby moving to prop , Kenny Bromwich starting at lock and Joe Stimson joining the interchange.

A hamstring tear will keep Jesse Bromwich off the playing field for up to six weeks.© AAP A hamstring tear will keep Jesse Bromwich off the playing field for up to six weeks.

Melbourne Storm star has seen his season of frustration continue with a hamstring tear sidelining him for up to six weeks.

The New Zealand international prop pulled up lame during the second half of the Storm’s 32-16 win over Brisbane at AAMI Park on Sunday and immediately felt for his hamstring.

Storm coach Craig Bellamy said post game the injury was “not a strain” and scans this week confirmed Bromwich has a grade two hamstring tear with the club expecting him to miss four to six weeks.

Bromwich returned two weeks ago after missing four weeks with a knee injury, previously Bromwich has rarely missed games and rated among the more durable forwards in the Storm’s pack.

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Losing Bromwich strips the Storm of their leading prop at a time when they are already hamstrung by the absences of their State of Origin stars.

Although the forward pack has not had any players promoted to Origin so far, utility forward Tim Glasby was 18th man for Queensland in the first game of the Origin series so could well be selected for game two later this month.

Glasby was named as Bromwich’s replacement in the starting side for this Sunday’s clash against the Knights in Newcastle with Kenny Bromwich moving to lock, while Christian Welch and Joe Stimson look likely to play more minutes off the bench.

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News. Back To Homepage Subscribe To RSS Feed. Jesse Bromwich and Kevin Proctor out of Melbourne Storm prop Bromwich , 28, has also been suspended for two games by his club and While both players were named in court, neither has been charged with an offence. Total Views: 4 .

Melbourne veteran Billy Slater is set to finally make his NRL return after two shoulder reconstructions, having been named to take on Brisbane on Thursday. Slater was one of two big inclusions for a Storm side that moved Cameron Munster to five-eighth, with prop Jesse Bromwich added to an

The Storm have named Billy Slater to return from his own hamstring injury, but also have Jahrome Hughes on the bench in case Slater needs to miss another week.

  Storm prop Jesse Bromwich out 4-6 weeks as Slater named to return © Getty Images Slater has had few problems with his hamstring in the past so has struggled to chart how the injury is repairing, therefore if he reports any troubles this week he is unlikely to play.

The Storm have also brought suspended centres Will Chambers and Curtis Scott back into the side after they completed one and two-match bans respectively with Young Tonumaipea and Cheyse Blair relegated to the reserves list along with forwards Sam Kasiano and Patrick Kaufusi.

If the Storm opt for another prop on the bench, Kasiano looks a strong candidate to fill that role in place of Hughes or Slater.

Star full-back Kalyn Ponga headlines a largely unchanged Knights side with Luke Yates coming onto the bench in place of the injured Jamie Buhrer.

The Storm and Knights play in Newcastle on Sunday at 2pm.

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New South Wales Origin coach Brad Fittler has suggested that one of Queensland's brightest prospects is ready for the Origin stage in Game 2.Ponga was drafted into the Maroons squad following Billy Slater’s hamstring injury prior to Game 1, but did not partake in Game 1. Following Queensland’s loss in the Origin opener, several experts have called for the 20-year-old to be named to start Game 2.

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