The Brisbane Broncos are hoping to avoid the wooden spoon that has been a devastating season for the club.
As the NRL resumed their season off the Covid-19 back in late May, the Broncos won just one.
To avoid a final rematch on the Broncos NRL ladder, they must beat Ka Cow Bui at Suncorp Stadium tonight and hopefully the Penrith Panthers will take over the business against the Bulldogs.
It will also be an emotional night for Brisbane to bid farewell to the club’s great captain Darius Boad, who decided to retire from the game at the end of the season earlier this year.
Broncos legend Sam Thaida said he hoped more fans would attend the season’s final in Brisbane to bid farewell to Byrd.
“Darius has been a great servant of our game and he has done some great things on the field,” Thaida told Wide World Sports. QLDER.
“He has done and will continue to do great things off the field [more] in the future.
“For everyone in or around Brisbane, make sure you can still get a ticket.
Since making his debut in the Broncos in 2006, Boyd has played in 335 NRL games, 28 Tests for Queensland and 23 Tests for Australia.
He won premieres in the top grade with the Broncos in his first year in 2006 and then took coach Wayne Bennett to Dragons in 2010, where he sent another target before following the coach, who has been like his father. . Knights and finally the Broncos where he was part of the great 2015 finals
For the Bobo Boys, he will say goodbye to premiership star Gavin Cooper, who announced his retirement earlier this month.
The second power was part of the Kabo Boys’ first premiere in 2015 and was a member of the Queensland Maroons, playing a total of six games at the Origin level from 2016-2018.