Herbie refuses dolphins to stay in Bronco, Bird in Contract Standoff, Highness

The NRL is set to have a Bronco in 2023 after a long line of NRL talents to return a lucrative offer from English center Herbie Farnworth Dolphins.

The Broncos may announce on Monday that the rising star has extended his term at the club for next season after Wayne Bennett’s new team tried to oust him.

Farnworth, 23, has played 51 matches for Brisbane since his 2019 debut and has crossed seven attempts in 10 appearances this year as the club climbed to fifth place on the ladder with a 7-4 record.

The Dolphins are desperate to get a big name for their foundation season after almost missing out, including Harry Grant, Kalin Ponga, Jahrom Hughes, Brandon Smith and Reed Mahoney.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - April 25: Jack Bird of the Dragon catches the eye of a coach during the Round Seven NRL match between the St. George Ilawara Dragons and the Sydney Rosters at the Sydney Cricket Ground on April 25, 2022 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Mark Colby / Getty Images)

(Photo by Mark Colby / Getty Images)

The bird hangs the dragon in a line

Despite agreeing to a new deal last month, Dragon star Jack Bird has yet to put pen to paper on his new deal.

He accepted an offer worth about $ 1.1 million for the next two years, including a “reciprocal option” between the club and the player for the 2025 season.

Despite speculation that the West Tigers are still trying to convert him to Concord, the Dragons are confident that Bird will finally sign the deal in the next few days.

Ellavar Jr., Bird won the 2015 Daly M Rookie of the Year at Cronulla in 2015 where he played a key part in winning the Premiership the following season and represented NSW at five origins.

A profitable switch in Brisbane in 2018 was damaged due to two serious knee injuries that limited him to just 17 matches in 3 years before returning to St. George’s Elwara.

His form was solid, though not spectacular, as he changed center, back row, and fifth-eighth row.

(Photo by Jason McCauley / Getty Images)

Highness Daly M has increased the standing

Sharks halfback Nico Hynes is just one point away from a lead in the Daly M medal race after a 25-18 win over the Titans on the Gold Coast on Sunday.

Hynes was given three votes by Judge Gary Belcher to move to second place on the leaderboard behind Panthers Lock Isaac Yew. Dragon captain Ben Hunt got two votes in their win against the Warriors and is also in second place.

Injured Storm fullback Ryan Papenhuagen and Ellis half Mitch Moses are one vote ahead in the top five.

Daly M Leaderboard

17: Isaiah Yo
16: Ben Hunt, Nico Hynes
15: Ryan Papenhuen, Mitch Moses
13: Daily Cherry-Evans
11: James Tedesco, Adam Reynolds, Sam Walker

Round 11 votes

Knights vs. Broncos: 3: Selwyn Cobo, 2: Pain Has, 1: Pat Carrigan. Judge: Jimmy Smith.
Tigers vs. Bulldogs: 3: Jackson Hastings, 2: Luke Garner, 1: Tevita Pangai jnr. Judge: Wendell Sailor.
Eagles vs. Sea Eagles: 3: Reed Mahoney, 2: Ryan Matterson, 1: Lachlan Crocker. Judge: Scott Sattler.
Dragon vs. Warriors: 3: Cody Ramsay, 2: Ben Hunt, 1: Tohu Harris. Judge: Tim Manna.
Cowboys vs. Storms: 3: Reese Robson, 2: Tom Gilbert, 1: Chad Townsend. Judge: Greg Alexander.
Rooster vs. Panther: 3: Jarome Luai, 2: Api Koroisau, 1: James Fisher-Harris. Judge: Brett Kimorley.
Titan vs. Shark: 3: Nico Hynes, 2: Blake Braille, 1: Jaden Campbell. Judge: Gary Belcher.

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